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1919-M Specimen Sixpence

George V


The 1919 specimen sixpence is a proof of record strike produced by the Melbourne mint, alongside the 1919 Dot Below penny, the 1919 threepence, the 1919 pattern shilling and the 1919 florin. There have been no recent sales in private hands leaving little to work on in regards to value, but it is unlikely that any more than 1 or 2 examples are in private hands. The specimen can be identified by a very sharp reeded edge with even rims and semi-mirror fields . No weakness in strike has been identified on any of the known specimens .

A coin struck from an early circulation die state, not intended for circulationa facility that produces coinsThe edge around a coin, often with beading or denticlesThe open, exposed areas of a coin's design
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