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1936 Shilling

George V


The 1936 Shilling was the final year of the George V Shilling series. The type was produced at the Melbourne Mint to a figure of 1,424,000 pieces. This mintage was mostly typical for the series however it came about after a five year period of very low or no issues due to the Great Depression. As a result of its strong mintage the year is among the least valuable and least scarce of the series. Collectors seeking an affordable mint-state example of the George V Shilling series may find 1936 a good year to look.

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