Shilling

 

 

Australian shilling coins were minted between the years of 1910 and 1963. The currency system used in this period was based on the British pound, using pounds shillings and pence. The coin denominations were the halfpenny, penny, threepence, sixpence, the shilling(12 pence), the florin (two shillings), and the crown (5 shillings).

 

The following prices are for some of the most sought after shilling coins. Coins minted in other years are also of value, those listed below are simply the “cream of the crop”. These prices are only a guide to possible marketplace values. There will be fluctuations in the actual marketplace. Prices will also vary depending on the condition of the coin. All values are listed in Australian dollars.

Year

Average Condition

Uncirculated Condition

1910

10

395

1911

20

1250

1912

40

3750

1913

20

3500

1914

10

850

1915

80

8500

1918

5

525

1920

15

2000

1921

35

3500

1924

20

2250

1926

6

500

1928

15

1750

1933

125

8500

1934

8

650

1935

5

400

1940

5

575

1946

3-5

50-350

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