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Lot: 051   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Halfpenny. 1951 Halfpenny (Obv 5/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 RB. Gem. A superior Full Red example free of the usual rust spots.    N/A
Estimate: $300 -$400
Lot: 051
Decription: 1951 Halfpenny (Obv 5/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 RB. Gem. A superior Full Red example free of the usual rust spots.    
Estimate: $300 - $400 Current Bid: $220   

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Lot: 052   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1951Y. Halfpenny (Obv 4/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 BN. Choice Uncirculated.    N/A
Estimate: $40 -$50
Lot: 052
Decription: 1951Y. Halfpenny (Obv 4/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 BN. Choice Uncirculated.    
Estimate: $40 - $50 Current Bid: $70   

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Lot: 053   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1951Y. Halfpenny (Obv 5/Rev B). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Gem. A superior Full Red example free of the usual rust spots.    N/A
Estimate: $300 -$400
Lot: 053
Decription: 1951Y. Halfpenny (Obv 5/Rev B). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Gem. A superior Full Red example free of the usual rust spots.    
Estimate: $300 - $400 Current Bid: $200   

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Lot: 054   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1951 PL Halfpenny - Hooked Bar on 'Y'. (Obv 4/Rev B). NGC graded MS 66 RD. Full Red Gem. One of the best of date.    N/A
Estimate: $500 -$600
Lot: 054
Decription: 1951 PL Halfpenny - Hooked Bar on 'Y'. (Obv 4/Rev B). NGC graded MS 66 RD. Full Red Gem. One of the best of date.    
Estimate: $500 - $600 Current Bid: $370   

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Lot: 055   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1952A. Halfpenny (Obv 5/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 RB. Choice Uncirculated example with even colour. One of the finest known.    N/A
Estimate: $400 -$500
Lot: 055
Decription: 1952A. Halfpenny (Obv 5/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 RB. Choice Uncirculated example with even colour. One of the finest known.    
Estimate: $400 - $500 Current Bid: $290   

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Lot: 056   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1953A. Halfpenny (Obv 6/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 RB. Choice Uncirculated with even colour.    N/A
Estimate: $75 -$100
Lot: 056
Decription: 1953A. Halfpenny (Obv 6/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 RB. Choice Uncirculated with even colour.    
Estimate: $75 - $100 Current Bid: $40   

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Lot: 057   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1954Y. Halfpenny (Obv 6/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 BN. Choice Uncirculated with even colour.    N/A
Estimate: $30 -$40
Lot: 057
Decription: 1954Y. Halfpenny (Obv 6/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 BN. Choice Uncirculated with even colour.    
Estimate: $30 - $40 Current Bid: $110   

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Lot: 058   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Halfpenny. 1955 Halfpenny (Obv 6/Rev B). NGC graded MS 63 RB. Choice Uncirculated with even colour.    N/A
Estimate: $30 -$40
Lot: 058
Decription: 1955 Halfpenny (Obv 6/Rev B). NGC graded MS 63 RB. Choice Uncirculated with even colour.    
Estimate: $30 - $40 Current Bid: $110   

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Lot: 059   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Halfpenny. 1959 Halfpenny (Obv 7/Rev B). NGC graded MS 67 RD. Full Red Gem. One of the best of date.    N/A
Estimate: $600 -$750
Lot: 059
Decription: 1959 Halfpenny (Obv 7/Rev B). NGC graded MS 67 RD. Full Red Gem. One of the best of date.    
Estimate: $600 - $750 Current Bid: $600   

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Lot: 060   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1960Y. Halfpenny (Obv 7/Rev B). NGC graded MS 66 RB. Gem with full mint bloom and attractive rainbow tones. One of the best of date.    N/A
Estimate: $100 -$125
Lot: 060
Decription: 1960Y. Halfpenny (Obv 7/Rev B). NGC graded MS 66 RB. Gem with full mint bloom and attractive rainbow tones. One of the best of date.    
Estimate: $100 - $125 Current Bid: $270   

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Lot: 061   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1961Y. Halfpenny (Obv 7/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 RB. Choice Uncirculated with even colour.    N/A
Estimate: $20 -$30
Lot: 061
Decription: 1961Y. Halfpenny (Obv 7/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 RB. Choice Uncirculated with even colour.    
Estimate: $20 - $30 Current Bid: $50   

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Lot: 062   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1962Y. Halfpenny (Obv 7/Rev B). NGC graded MS 66 RB. Gem with full colour. One of the best of date.    N/A
Estimate: $75 -$100
Lot: 062
Decription: 1962Y. Halfpenny (Obv 7/Rev B). NGC graded MS 66 RB. Gem with full colour. One of the best of date.    
Estimate: $75 - $100 Current Bid: $110   

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Lot: 063   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1963Y. Halfpenny (Obv 7/Rev D). NGC graded MS 64 RB. Choice Uncirculated with even colour.    N/A
Estimate: $20 -$30
Lot: 063
Decription: 1963Y. Halfpenny (Obv 7/Rev D). NGC graded MS 64 RB. Choice Uncirculated with even colour.    
Estimate: $20 - $30 Current Bid: $30   

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Lot: 064   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1964Y. Halfpenny. (Obv 7/Rev D). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Choice Uncirculated with even colour.    N/A
Estimate: $30 -$40
Lot: 064
Decription: 1964Y. Halfpenny. (Obv 7/Rev D). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Choice Uncirculated with even colour.    
Estimate: $30 - $40 Current Bid: $20   

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Lot: 065   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1911 Penny (Obv 1/Rev A). NGC graded MS 66 RD. A Brilliant Red Gem. The pick of the 'Baldwin Hoard'.    N/A
Estimate: $4,000 -$5,000
Lot: 065
Decription: 1911 Penny (Obv 1/Rev A). NGC graded MS 66 RD. A Brilliant Red Gem. The pick of the 'Baldwin Hoard'.    
Estimate: $4,000 - $5,000 Current Bid: $4,350   

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Lot: 066   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1912H Penny (Obv 1/Rev B). NGC graded MS 65 RB. A virtually Full Red Gem. Carbon spot at 3 o'clock the only detracting feature.    N/A
Estimate: $3,000 -$4,000
Lot: 066
Decription: 1912H Penny (Obv 1/Rev B). NGC graded MS 65 RB. A virtually Full Red Gem. Carbon spot at 3 o'clock the only detracting feature.    
Estimate: $3,000 - $4,000 Current Bid: $1,950   

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Lot: 067   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1913 Penny (Obv 1/Rev B). NGC graded MS 65 RB. A mostly Red Gem and one of the best of date.    N/A
Estimate: $5,000 -$6,000
Lot: 067
Decription: 1913 Penny (Obv 1/Rev B). NGC graded MS 65 RB. A mostly Red Gem and one of the best of date.    
Estimate: $5,000 - $6,000 Current Bid: $3,000   

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Lot: 068   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1914 Penny (Obv 1/Rev B). NGC graded MS 65 BN. Gem. Deep underlying mint bloom with a superior reverse.    N/A
Estimate: $5,000 -$6,000
Lot: 068
Decription: 1914 Penny (Obv 1/Rev B). NGC graded MS 65 BN. Gem. Deep underlying mint bloom with a superior reverse.    
Estimate: $5,000 - $6,000 Current Bid: $3,000   

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Lot: 069   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1915 Penny (Obv 1/Rev B). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Gem with strong even colour. Best of date.    N/A
Estimate: $7,000 -$8,000
Lot: 069
Decription: 1915 Penny (Obv 1/Rev B). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Gem with strong even colour. Best of date.    
Estimate: $7,000 - $8,000 Current Bid: $4,400   

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Lot: 070   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1915H Penny (Obv 1/Rev B). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Gem with strong even colour. One of the best of date.    N/A
Estimate: $4,000 -$5,000
Lot: 070
Decription: 1915H Penny (Obv 1/Rev B). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Gem with strong even colour. One of the best of date.    
Estimate: $4,000 - $5,000 Current Bid: $2,950   

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Lot: 071   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1916I Penny (Obv 2/Rev C). NGC graded MS 66 RB. Gem with Proof-like strike and surfaces. One of the finest known and the equal of many a coin that has been sold as a proof.    N/A
Estimate: $5,000 -$6,000
Lot: 071
Decription: 1916I Penny (Obv 2/Rev C). NGC graded MS 66 RB. Gem with Proof-like strike and surfaces. One of the finest known and the equal of many a coin that has been sold as a proof.    
Estimate: $5,000 - $6,000 Current Bid: $4,000   

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Lot: 072   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1917I Penny (Obv 2/Rev C). NGC graded MS 65 RD. Full Red Gem. Rare this nice.    N/A
Estimate: $4,000 -$5,000
Lot: 072
Decription: 1917I Penny (Obv 2/Rev C). NGC graded MS 65 RD. Full Red Gem. Rare this nice.    
Estimate: $4,000 - $5,000 Current Bid: $2,500   

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Lot: 073   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1918I Penny (Obv 2/Rev C). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Gem with Proof-like strike and surfaces and strong consistent colour. One of the finest known.    N/A
Estimate: $8,000 -$10,000
Lot: 073
Decription: 1918I Penny (Obv 2/Rev C). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Gem with Proof-like strike and surfaces and strong consistent colour. One of the finest known.    
Estimate: $8,000 - $10,000 Current Bid: $6,000   

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Lot: 074   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1919 Penny (Obv 1/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 RB. A beautifully struck near Gem. The streaky obverse the only detracting feature and in our opinion it is undergraded.    N/A
Estimate: $1,500 -$1,750
Lot: 074
Decription: 1919 Penny (Obv 1/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 RB. A beautifully struck near Gem. The streaky obverse the only detracting feature and in our opinion it is undergraded.    
Estimate: $1,500 - $1,750 Current Bid: $1,100   

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Lot: 075   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1919 Dot below bottom scroll Penny (Obv 1/Rev Bm). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Gem. Should have been graded Full Red. Amongst the best of date.    N/A
Estimate: $1,500 -$2,000
Lot: 075
Decription: 1919 Dot below bottom scroll Penny (Obv 1/Rev Bm). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Gem. Should have been graded Full Red. Amongst the best of date.    
Estimate: $1,500 - $2,000 Current Bid: $1,300   

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Lot: 076   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1919 Double dot Penny (Obv 1/Rev Bm). NGC graded AU 58 BN. In July 1920, the Melbourne Mint sent three pairs of 1919-dated working dies to the Sydney Mint so it could prepare for the ceremonial striking of its first penny in October of that year. These were experimental dies that were lightly used to test the presses for the 1920 Penny production and the reverses were marked with an additional dot above the top scroll to distinguish their production from the Melbourne minted 1919 //. Penny. The obverse dies were of the English type, the only ones held by Melbourne at the time. The 1919 .//. Penny that resulted is a scarce coin with perhaps a mintage of around 25,000 and marks the first 'unofficial' Sydney-struck penny. Records show that the 1919 .//. reverse dies were destroyed in 1924. The 'Benchmark' coin, NGC AU 58 BN (Virtually Uncirculated) is the highest third-party graded example.    N/A
Estimate: $8,000 -$9,000
Lot: 076
Decription: 1919 Double dot Penny (Obv 1/Rev Bm). NGC graded AU 58 BN. In July 1920, the Melbourne Mint sent three pairs of 1919-dated working dies to the Sydney Mint so it could prepare for the ceremonial striking of its first penny in October of that year. These were experimental dies that were lightly used to test the presses for the 1920 Penny production and the reverses were marked with an additional dot above the top scroll to distinguish their production from the Melbourne minted 1919 //. Penny. The obverse dies were of the English type, the only ones held by Melbourne at the time. The 1919 .//. Penny that resulted is a scarce coin with perhaps a mintage of around 25,000 and marks the first 'unofficial' Sydney-struck penny. Records show that the 1919 .//. reverse dies were destroyed in 1924. The 'Benchmark' coin, NGC AU 58 BN (Virtually Uncirculated) is the highest third-party graded example.    
Estimate: $8,000 - $9,000 Current Bid: $7,100   

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Lot: 077   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1920 English Obv - Dot below bottom scroll Penny. (Obv 1/Rev C). NGC graded F 15 BN. (Fine). A better example of this rare variety.    N/A
Estimate: $400 -$500
Lot: 077
Decription: 1920 English Obv - Dot below bottom scroll Penny. (Obv 1/Rev C). NGC graded F 15 BN. (Fine). A better example of this rare variety.    
Estimate: $400 - $500 Current Bid: $240   

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Lot: 078   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1920 Indian Obverse - Dot below bottom scroll Penny. (Obv 2/Rev Cm). NGC graded MS 64 RB. Near Gem with strong even colour.    N/A
Estimate: $3,000 -$4,000
Lot: 078
Decription: 1920 Indian Obverse - Dot below bottom scroll Penny. (Obv 2/Rev Cm). NGC graded MS 64 RB. Near Gem with strong even colour.    
Estimate: $3,000 - $4,000 Current Bid: $1,950   

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Lot: 079   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1920 Double dot Penny (Obv 2/Rev C). NGC graded MS 63 RB. The 1920 .//. Penny is a scarce coin thought to be the product of experimental dies used to calibrate the presses for the main production of the 1920 /./ pennies. Few of this small mintage are known to have survived in uncirculated condition and the 'Benchmark' coin, NGC MS 63 RB, which was ex the famous Jerome Remick collection, is amongst the finest known.    N/A
Estimate: $25,000 -$35,000
Lot: 079
Decription: 1920 Double dot Penny (Obv 2/Rev C). NGC graded MS 63 RB. The 1920 .//. Penny is a scarce coin thought to be the product of experimental dies used to calibrate the presses for the main production of the 1920 /./ pennies. Few of this small mintage are known to have survived in uncirculated condition and the 'Benchmark' coin, NGC MS 63 RB, which was ex the famous Jerome Remick collection, is amongst the finest known.    
Estimate: $25,000 - $35,000 Current Bid: $20,000   

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Lot: 080   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1920 Plain Penny (Obv 2/Rev C). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Sydney struck its first 'official' penny at a ceremony held in early October, 1920. In the 1921 publication Australasian Tokens & Coins, the author Dr Arthur Andrews assumed that this was a 1920 /./ Penny, but it is more likely that the reverse die used was a 1920 'Plain', ie with no mint mark, as it would have been inappropriate to present dignitaries with coins bearing a mint mark not authorised by the London Mint or the Australian Treasury. The rarity of the 1920 'Plain' Penny in high grade suggests that only one plain reverse die was employed in order to demonstrate the presses. It is likely that the better examples which have survived were souvenired by those in attendance at the ceremony, with some retained for institutional collections. The 'Benchmark' coin, NGC MS 65 RB is the highest Third Party graded example and is a major rarity in the Australian series.   N/A
Estimate: $75,000 -$100,000
Lot: 080
Decription: 1920 Plain Penny (Obv 2/Rev C). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Sydney struck its first 'official' penny at a ceremony held in early October, 1920. In the 1921 publication Australasian Tokens & Coins, the author Dr Arthur Andrews assumed that this was a 1920 /./ Penny, but it is more likely that the reverse die used was a 1920 'Plain', ie with no mint mark, as it would have been inappropriate to present dignitaries with coins bearing a mint mark not authorised by the London Mint or the Australian Treasury. The rarity of the 1920 'Plain' Penny in high grade suggests that only one plain reverse die was employed in order to demonstrate the presses. It is likely that the better examples which have survived were souvenired by those in attendance at the ceremony, with some retained for institutional collections. The 'Benchmark' coin, NGC MS 65 RB is the highest Third Party graded example and is a major rarity in the Australian series.   
Estimate: $75,000 - $100,000 Current Bid: $49,500   

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Lot: 081
Decription: 1920 Dot above bottom scroll Penny - English Obv. (Obv 1/Rev C). Withdrawn   
Estimate: $0 - $0 Current Bid: $0   

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Lot: 082   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1920 Indian Obv - Dot above bottom scroll Penny. (Obv 2/Rev C). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Gem with strong even colour. Amongst the finest known.    N/A
Estimate: $7,000 -$8,000
Lot: 082
Decription: 1920 Indian Obv - Dot above bottom scroll Penny. (Obv 2/Rev C). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Gem with strong even colour. Amongst the finest known.    
Estimate: $7,000 - $8,000 Current Bid: $3,950   

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Lot: 083   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1920 Indian Obv - Dot above top scroll Penny (Obv 2/Rev C). NGC graded AU 58 BN. In November 1921, the Perth Mint requested dies from Melbourne so it could experiment with penny production. However, it was the Sydney Mint which responded to this request, sending two sets of 1920-dated dies. There is some evidence that these dies had a './/' mint mark and that the 93,600 coins struck are the first identifiable Perth-struck pennies. The 'Benchmark' coin, NGC AU 58 BN (Virtually Uncirculated) is easily the highest Third-party graded example.    N/A
Estimate: $12,500 -$15,000
Lot: 083
Decription: 1920 Indian Obv - Dot above top scroll Penny (Obv 2/Rev C). NGC graded AU 58 BN. In November 1921, the Perth Mint requested dies from Melbourne so it could experiment with penny production. However, it was the Sydney Mint which responded to this request, sending two sets of 1920-dated dies. There is some evidence that these dies had a './/' mint mark and that the 93,600 coins struck are the first identifiable Perth-struck pennies. The 'Benchmark' coin, NGC AU 58 BN (Virtually Uncirculated) is easily the highest Third-party graded example.    
Estimate: $12,500 - $15,000 Current Bid: $8,700   

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Lot: 084   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1921 English Obv Penny. (Obv 1/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 BN. Near Gem example of a scarce variety. Extremely rare in this grade and the finest known.    N/A
Estimate: $15,000 -$20,000
Lot: 084
Decription: 1921 English Obv Penny. (Obv 1/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 BN. Near Gem example of a scarce variety. Extremely rare in this grade and the finest known.    
Estimate: $15,000 - $20,000 Current Bid: $12,300   

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Lot: 085   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1921 Penny - Indian Obv. (Obv 2/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 RB. Near Gem with strong even colour. Amongst the finest known.    N/A
Estimate: $3,000 -$4,000
Lot: 085
Decription: 1921 Penny - Indian Obv. (Obv 2/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 RB. Near Gem with strong even colour. Amongst the finest known.    
Estimate: $3,000 - $4,000 Current Bid: $1,950   

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Lot: 086
Decription: 1922 Penny - English Obv. (Obv 1/Rev B). Withdrawn   
Estimate: $0 - $0 Current Bid: $0   

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Lot: 087   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1922 English Obv - Modified Rev Penny . (Obv 1/Rev Bm). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Near Gem with even reflective colour. The finest known of this variety.    N/A
Estimate: $6,000 -$7,500
Lot: 087
Decription: 1922 English Obv - Modified Rev Penny . (Obv 1/Rev Bm). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Near Gem with even reflective colour. The finest known of this variety.    
Estimate: $6,000 - $7,500 Current Bid: $3,950   

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Lot: 088   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1922 Penny - Indian Obv. (Obv 2/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 BN. Near Gem with even colour. The finest known of this variety.    N/A
Estimate: $7,000 -$9,000
Lot: 088
Decription: 1922 Penny - Indian Obv. (Obv 2/Rev B). NGC graded MS 64 BN. Near Gem with even colour. The finest known of this variety.    
Estimate: $7,000 - $9,000 Current Bid: $4,900   

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Lot: 089   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1922 Indian Obv - Modified Rev Penny. (Obv 2/Rev Bm). NGC graded AU 58 BN. Slightly understruck but plenty of strong even colour. Deserving of an MS grade.    N/A
Estimate: $250 -$500
Lot: 089
Decription: 1922 Indian Obv - Modified Rev Penny. (Obv 2/Rev Bm). NGC graded AU 58 BN. Slightly understruck but plenty of strong even colour. Deserving of an MS grade.    
Estimate: $250 - $500 Current Bid: $120   

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Lot: 090   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1923 Penny (Obv 1/Rev A). NGC graded MS 66 RB. A superb Gem that could easily have gone in a Red holder. Best of date.    N/A
Estimate: $8,000 -$10,000
Lot: 090
Decription: 1923 Penny (Obv 1/Rev A). NGC graded MS 66 RB. A superb Gem that could easily have gone in a Red holder. Best of date.    
Estimate: $8,000 - $10,000 Current Bid: $5,100   

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Lot: 091   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1924 Penny English Obv (Obv 1/Rev Am). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Gem with virtually full colour. The finest known of this variety.   N/A
Estimate: $3,000 -$4,000
Lot: 091
Decription: 1924 Penny English Obv (Obv 1/Rev Am). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Gem with virtually full colour. The finest known of this variety.   
Estimate: $3,000 - $4,000 Current Bid: $2,050   

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Lot: 092   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1924 Indian Obv Penny (Obv 2/Rev Am). NGC graded MS 64 RB. Uncirculated. A rare variety struck by the Sydney Mint on deteriorating dies. Few Mint State examples survive.   N/A
Estimate: $12,500 -$15,000
Lot: 092
Decription: 1924 Indian Obv Penny (Obv 2/Rev Am). NGC graded MS 64 RB. Uncirculated. A rare variety struck by the Sydney Mint on deteriorating dies. Few Mint State examples survive.   
Estimate: $12,500 - $15,000 Current Bid: $9,800   

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Lot: 093   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1925 Penny (Obv 1/Rev Am). NGC graded MS 65 BN. A Gem example of this key date with plenty of colour. Extremely Rare this nice and one of the finest known.    N/A
Estimate: $50,000 -$60,000
Lot: 093
Decription: 1925 Penny (Obv 1/Rev Am). NGC graded MS 65 BN. A Gem example of this key date with plenty of colour. Extremely Rare this nice and one of the finest known.    
Estimate: $50,000 - $60,000 Current Bid: $34,800   

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Lot: 094   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1926 Penny (Obv 1/Rev Am). NGC graded MS 64 BN. A Choice Uncirculated coin with strong even colour.    N/A
Estimate: $2,000 -$2,500
Lot: 094
Decription: 1926 Penny (Obv 1/Rev Am). NGC graded MS 64 BN. A Choice Uncirculated coin with strong even colour.    
Estimate: $2,000 - $2,500 Current Bid: $1,350   

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Lot: 095   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1927 Penny English Obv (Obv 1/Rev Am). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Beautifully struck with reflective surfaces. A superb Gem.    N/A
Estimate: $1,500 -$2,000
Lot: 095
Decription: 1927 Penny English Obv (Obv 1/Rev Am). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Beautifully struck with reflective surfaces. A superb Gem.    
Estimate: $1,500 - $2,000 Current Bid: $950   

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Lot: 096   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1927 Indian Obv Penny (Obv 2/Rev Am). NGC graded MS 64 BN. Near Gem example of a scarce variety. Extremely rare in this grade and the finest known. (see accompanying article on the Rare obverses of George V pennies).   N/A
Estimate: $17,500 -$20,000
Lot: 096
Decription: 1927 Indian Obv Penny (Obv 2/Rev Am). NGC graded MS 64 BN. Near Gem example of a scarce variety. Extremely rare in this grade and the finest known. (see accompanying article on the Rare obverses of George V pennies).   
Estimate: $17,500 - $20,000 Current Bid: $12,500   

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Lot: 097   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1928 Penny (Obv 1/Rev Am). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Gem with plenty of colour. Extremely rare in this grade and one of the finest known.    N/A
Estimate: $8,000 -$10,000
Lot: 097
Decription: 1928 Penny (Obv 1/Rev Am). NGC graded MS 65 RB. Gem with plenty of colour. Extremely rare in this grade and one of the finest known.    
Estimate: $8,000 - $10,000 Current Bid: $4,900   

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Lot: 098   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: Penny. 1929 Penny English Obv (Obv 1/Rev Am). NGC graded MS 64 RB. Near Gem with strong even colour. Amongst the finest known.    N/A
Estimate: $6,000 -$7,000
Lot: 098
Decription: 1929 Penny English Obv (Obv 1/Rev Am). NGC graded MS 64 RB. Near Gem with strong even colour. Amongst the finest known.    
Estimate: $6,000 - $7,000 Current Bid: $4,000   

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Lot: 099   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1929 Indian Obv Penny (Obv 2/Rev Am). NGC graded MS 63 BN. A Choice Uncirculated example of this scarce variety.    N/A
Estimate: $4,000 -$5,000
Lot: 099
Decription: 1929 Indian Obv Penny (Obv 2/Rev Am). NGC graded MS 63 BN. A Choice Uncirculated example of this scarce variety.    
Estimate: $4,000 - $5,000 Current Bid: $2,450   

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Lot: 100   Category: Australian Pre Decimal Coins I
Description: 1930 English Obv Penny(Obv 1/Rev Am). NGC graded XF 45 BN. The 1930 Australian Penny has long held the mantle as the world's most famous copper coin, although when it was struck and in what numbers has long been a topic of discussion. With the Great Depression taking hold, the Melbourne Mint had received no orders to strike 1930 pennies for circulation, but in July of that year three penny reverse dies were produced for the intended purpose of striking specimens. On August 13, 1930 twelve specimens were struck using one of these reverse dies which was coupled with an Indian obverse die taken from an unused master that had been received directly from London in 1922. Mint records show that no other pennies were struck in 1930, and it was not until August of the following year that the three 1930 reverses along with both English and Indian obverse dies were used experimentally to test the presses. Production from these dies is recorded as 'nil thousands' which indicates that less than 1,000 coins were struck from each die pairing, which even then appears grossly overstated regarding the English obverse type of which only three surviving examples have surfaced. The 'Benchmark' coin is the famous 'Daly' coin authenticated by the Royal Australian Mint in 1976. (RAM letter is included). Graded NGC XF 45 BN (Extremely Fine) it is the finest known example of Australia's rarest circulating coin.    N/A
Estimate: $300,000 -$400,000
Lot: 100
Decription: 1930 English Obv Penny(Obv 1/Rev Am). NGC graded XF 45 BN. The 1930 Australian Penny has long held the mantle as the world's most famous copper coin, although when it was struck and in what numbers has long been a topic of discussion. With the Great Depression taking hold, the Melbourne Mint had received no orders to strike 1930 pennies for circulation, but in July of that year three penny reverse dies were produced for the intended purpose of striking specimens. On August 13, 1930 twelve specimens were struck using one of these reverse dies which was coupled with an Indian obverse die taken from an unused master that had been received directly from London in 1922. Mint records show that no other pennies were struck in 1930, and it was not until August of the following year that the three 1930 reverses along with both English and Indian obverse dies were used experimentally to test the presses. Production from these dies is recorded as 'nil thousands' which indicates that less than 1,000 coins were struck from each die pairing, which even then appears grossly overstated regarding the English obverse type of which only three surviving examples have surfaced. The 'Benchmark' coin is the famous 'Daly' coin authenticated by the Royal Australian Mint in 1976. (RAM letter is included). Graded NGC XF 45 BN (Extremely Fine) it is the finest known example of Australia's rarest circulating coin.    
Estimate: $300,000 - $400,000 Current Bid: $249,000   

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