Sixpence 1951 - Australian Coins Price Guide and Values
Sixpence 1951 value
The value of a Sixpence 1951 australian coin depends on several factors such as quality and wear, supply and demand, rarity, finish and more. You can also find the price guide and value of Specimen and Proof pre-decimal coins.The melt and minimum value of a Sixpence 1951 is $1.73.
|1951 - PL||-||-||$1.55||$1.70||$2.30||$4.20|
|1951 - PL||$8.10||$27.90||$47.10||$53.60||$115||-||-|
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PL is visible above the date. The PL mintmark is an abbreviation of the Latin term Pecunia Londinii which translates as Money of London. An alternate Latin phrase, Percussa Londinio, which translates as Struck at London, is also acceptable.
Errors and varieties from the community
|Strike errors and varieties|
|#74||Sixpence 1951 - Uncentered broadstrike||-|
|#94||Sixpence 1951 - Uncentered broadstrike||-|
|Miscellaneous / Unclassified|
|#209||Sixpence 1951 - Flip over strike 85% off center||-|
- Sixpence 1951 : 13,750,000
- Sixpence 1951 - PL : 20,024,000
Specifications - Sixpence 1951
- Mint: Melbourne
- Alloy: 50% silver, 40% copper, 5% zinc and 5% nickel
- Weight: 2.82g
- Diameter : 19mm
- Engraver: Obverse: Thomas H. Paget, Reverse: W. H. J. Blakemore
Last update : Tuesday, November 14, 2023
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