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1922 Sixpence

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The 1922 Sixpence was struck at the Sydney Mint to a total mintage of 1,488,000. This was a reasonably typical mintage for the series. Despite the mintage figures, the year still demands quite substantial prices across most grades. Collectors seeking a mint-state piece are unlikely to find any examples below a thousand dollars. More budget conscious collectors will find that the 1921 is substantially more affordable into mint-state.

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