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1858 REG as RFG Half Sovereign

Sydney Wreathed Bust

Australia

The 1866 proof half sovereign and sovereign pairs were discovered in London in the early 1970 and were struck as part of the Colonial mint's display at the Inter-Colonial Exhibition in 1866 and the International Exposition in Paris in 1867 as products of New South Wales(Noble, J, 2003).

a facility that produces coinsA coin struck differing from the standard design to commemorate an eventThe inscription around the inner edge of the coinThe heads side of the coinThe tails side of the coinA coin with a numeral in the date punched or tooled over another numeralA substance composed of several metalsThe piece of metal a coin is struck on(Reserve Bank of Australia, 2005)(Melbourne Museum, 2016)(Sydney Living Museums, 2016)(Sydney Living Museums, 2016)(Sydney Living Museums, 2016)(The Perth Mint Australia, 2016)(The Perth Mint Australia, 2016)(Macfarlane, I, 2005)(Melbourne Museum, 2016)A coin with a production mistake, which if detected during the minting process would have been withdrawnA coin with a production mistake, which if detected during the minting process would have been withdrawnA cylindrical punch with an inverted impression of a coin's design used to strike the coinNoble, J, 2003

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