Red SheetSubscribeWhat is my coin worth?About

1862 Half Sovereign

Sydney Wreathed Bust


The 1862 Sydney mint half sovereign is a slightly harder than average year though PCGS has certified one example inmint state at MS62.While mint reports state that no half sovereigns were struck in 1862, it is known for certain that half sovereigns bearing that year were struck. Mint reports state that 558,500 half sovereigns were struck in 1863; It would appear as though this mintage figure included half sovereigns struck bearing the date of 1862. Of the two dates, the 1863 is slightly scarcer though both dates would have less than 1000 examples surviving today.

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 numeralThe 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)The number of coins struck of a particular designation

Values are in AUD and are retail price estimations based on past sales of coins certified by PCGS or NGC and as such values only related to such graded coins. Uncertified coins or coins graded by other services would likely be worth significantly less. For wholesale pricing please refer to the Red Sheet. While all attempts to ensure accurate pricing, data entry errors can occur and as such no warranty is expressed or implied as to the accuracy of any information published on this website. It is important to verify all published sales to ensure the accuracy of the pricing when making any purchase decision. Any personal information provided to us is protected by the Privacy Act 1988.