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1962 Sixpence

Elizabeth II


The 1962 sixpence is the most common date in the series with a mintage just short of 45 million. While the number of bank rolls the date make it an easy coin to acquire in mint state , the notoriously poor reverse strikes make this coin somewhat difficult to acquire above MS65 with examples in MS67 being very scarce.

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