Australia, George V Threepence

We recently had a nice little group of Sterling Silver Threepences from Australia issued under King George V. Remember that Australia only started to issue silver coins on a regular basis in 1911, George V’s Coronation year. These coins stopped being made in 1936 when he died. They are nice coins in Fine condition and there are many different dates in the parcel. The more you order the more different dates you will get, but I don’t believe there are any rare dates in the lot. Struck in Sterling Silver and dated 1911-1936 they are in Fine condition.
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