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The ram design continued into this type right until the introduction of decimal currency with the conclusion of the shilling series in 1963. This type features a slightly reworded
The heads side of the coin
The inscription around the inner edge of the coin
A common means of distributing coins where a mint stores coins in paper rolls before distributing them to banks
A state of a coin that shows no signs of circulation
All dates in the series were struck at the Melbourne mint and do not display any
A marking, usually a letter or dot that signifies which mint struck a particular coin
George Kruger Gray
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