Buy Genuine Australian Sixpence Silver Coins 1938-1945. Each silver coin contains 0.0842 ounces of fine silver. Gainesville Coins offers a variety of designs featuring royal figures like George VI. Seemingly second to the florin, Australia's sixpence was a coin used in the Commonwealth of Australia prior to their decimalization or pre-decimal pound system.
The sixpence series began in 1910 bearing the effigy of Edward VII, and was minted until 1963, excluding several dates. From 1910 to 1945 Australian sixpences were of sterling silver (0.925 fine). During World War II, sixpence coinage was increased by having two branches of the United States Mint in production.
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|Actual Metal Weight:||0.0842 ozt|
|Obverse Designer:||Thomas H. Paget|
|Reverse Designer:||W.J.K. Blakemore|