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1902-S Pattern Two Pound

Edward VII


Royal mint reports state just three two pound coins dated 1902 bearing the S mintmark were produced on the last day of operation of the Sydney mint although at least five examples have surfaced to date. It is possible that the dies saw further use after they were transferred to the Melbourne branch of the Royal mint upon the Sydney branch's closure (Museum Victoria, 2013) .The type can be differentiated from the more common London mint strikes by the presence of an S mintmark above the date.

S mintmark on a Sydney mint strike

a facility that produces coinsA marking, usually a letter or dot that signifies which mint struck a particular coinA cylindrical punch with an inverted impression of a coin's design used to strike the coin(Museum Victoria, 2013)

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