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1936 Proof Shilling

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In 1936 the Melbourne mint produced a proof of record 1936 shilling, along with all other denominations from half penny to florin. The proofs are characterized by mirror surfaces and intense die polishing striations similar to the 1934 commercial proof strikes. There are only two proof 1936 shillings known in private hands probably coming from a mintage of under ten pieces.

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