Die clash possibilities on Australian coins
By CAA | Saturday, 29 April 2023
To help you to identify die clash on Australian coins.
The Half Penny design only changed in at the end of 1939 for the roo reverse. George VI can be visible on both the old and new design.
The die clash of Penny Australian coins aren't frequent for certain periods or years.
The die clash possibilities of Threepence Australian coins are frequent because of the size of the denomination.
The striking problems encountered because of the small size of the Threepence were not as prevalent in the Sixpence series. The larger coin size allowed a greater striking pressure with the result that Sixpences generally show good design detail.
Die clash are less frequent on Shilling.
Between 1911 and 1936, three commemoratives Florins were issued, in 1927, 1934 and 1951.
Die clash possibilities on decimal denominations will be added soon!