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Blue Sheet > Australia > Commonwealth Coinage > One Penny > George V > 1913 Penny
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Mintage2,520,000Reverse DesignerW. H. J. BlakemoreObverse DesignerSir E. B. MacKennelWeight11.34 gramsSize30.8 mmCompositionCopper97.0%Zinc2.5%Tin0.5%Bullion Value$0.07The George V Penny series, lasting throughout George V's reign from 1911 to 1936, features a partitioned, circular reverse design with 'COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA' around the outer ring with the year at the bottom and 'ONE PENNY' within the inner ring. The The heads side of the coinobverseobverse features the crowned bust of King George V facing to the left and the The inscription around the inner edge of the coinlegendlegend, 'GEORGIVS V D.G. BRITT : OMN : REX F. D. IND : IMP' ('George V, by the grace of god, Ruler and King of Britain, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India').
Like most George V series, this a very popular series to collect. In lower grade, all dates can be acquired at reasonable expense excluding the 1930 Penny. Type set collectors would do well aiming for the 1911, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936 for good strikes, the 1911 especially as it is often found with full The original golden-red-orange-pink colour of a copper coinmint brilliancemint brilliance.
This series was struck at the London, Heaton, Bombay, Sydney and Melbourne mints. From 1911 to 1915 the London mint struck the pennies unless they bear the A marking, usually a letter or dot that signifies which mint struck a particular coinmintmarkmintmark 'H' under the lower scroll on the The tails side of the coinreversereverse, which indicates they were struck at the Heaton mint. From 1916 to 1918 the Calcutta mint struck pennies bearing the A marking, usually a letter or dot that signifies which mint struck a particular coinmintmarkmintmark 'I' under the lower scroll on the The tails side of the coinreversereverse. From 1920 to 1924 and 1926 the Sydney mint struck pennies in conjunction with the with the Melbourne mint, which is only differentiable in the 1920 dot above and dot below which were struck at the Sydney and Melbourne mints respectively. The rest of the series was struck by the Melbourne mint.
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