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1941 Penny

George VI

Australia

In 1941 the Australian Penny was struck at both the Melbourne and Perth branches of the Royal Mint. There is one Melbourne Mint variety which features no mint-mark and two Perth Mint varieties; one with a small dot located after the 'Y' in Penny and another with a small dot between the initials of the designer 'K.G'. The plain Melbourne variety was struck to a mintage of 1,588,000 which was a lower figure than the Perth variety and quite a low figure overall. Despite this, the coin is reasonably easily obtainable with mint-state examples regularly selling for below $100.

The tails side of the coinThe heads side of the coinThe inscription around the inner edge of the coinA state of a coin that shows no signs of circulationA marking, usually a letter or dot that signifies which mint struck a particular coina facility that produces coins

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