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The King Edward VII Australian sixpence

obverse features the crowned bust of

Edward VII, facing right, while the

King George V Australian sixpence shows

the crowned bust of George V, facing left.


The reverse shows the word 'SIXPENCE'

above the Australian Coat of Arms.

A kangaroo and an emu hold a shield, with a

star above. Below is a scroll with the words

'ADVANCE AUSTRALIA', then the date

underneath.


Further detail

Edward VII was the King of the United Kingdom

and British Empire from 1902 until 1910,

although is only featured on the 1910 Australian

coins, being the first year Australia minted it's

own coins post federation.


George V became King in 1910 after the death

of his father, Edward VII, and reigned until 1936.


6 pennies = 1 sixpence = 1/2 of a shilling

= 1/40 of a pound.


The first King George V Australian sixpence

was minted in 1911, and the last in 1936.


Dates not minted: 1913, 1915, 1929 - 1933

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KEVII and KGV era sixpence values - Australia

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1910 to 1936

What is a King Edward VII era or King George V era

Australian sixpence worth?

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KEVII and KGV

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