Shilling 1946 - Australian Coins Price Guide and Values
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The 1946 shilling is the only silver coin struck for circulation by the Perth Mint. After assisting the war effort by producing copper pennies and halfpennies from 1940, the Commonwealth Treasury sought to give the Perth Mint experience in working with silver. As a result, shillings were minted in Perth in 1946. However, the experience was short-lived and, once more, copper coins only, were produced in Perth.
Shilling 1946 value
The value of a Shilling 1946 australian coin depends on several factors such as quality and wear, supply and demand, rarity, finish and more.The melt and minimum value of a Shilling 1946 is $3.27.
|1946 - P||$5.70||$12.60||$24.60||$87.70||$156||$306||$871||$1,120|
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- Shilling 1946 : 10,072,000
- Shilling 1946 - P : 1,316,000
Specifications - Shilling 1946
- Mint: Melbourne
- Alloy: 50% silver, 40% copper, 5% zinc and 5% nickel
- Weight: 5.65g
- Diameter : 23.5mm
- Engraver: Obverse: George Kruger Gray, Reverse: Thomas H. Paget
Last update : Saturday, February 25, 2023
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