Old paper money ....at least the new plastic notes don't get mooshed in the wash. But these are prettier.

The Colour of Money . Australian money, that is. These are paper notes which have since been replaced by more durable plastic notes.

Out go the pennies...... On the 14 th February 1966 I wish the US would follow suit and stop making pennies especially since it takes more to make them than they're worth! : )

The out going Australian Currency. Australia changed to Decimal Currency on the February 1966 - v

Australian 1c coin ( would buy 3-5 lollies at the local milkbar...)

australian coin - once a childhood treasure when it could afford a couple of lollies

1930 Penny gVF. Australia's highest profile rarity, hotly pursued in any condition, the 1930 Penny is never more desirable than when found in the upper echelons of quality. The very nature of the creation of the 1930 Penny means that this coin is seldom seen in the state of preservation seen here. The Melbourne Mint was not required to strike many coins from 1929 to 1933 and records suggest no pennies were struck in 1930. It is now accepted that perhaps 3,000 were struck.

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The Australian Sixpence was a coin used in the Commonwealth of Australia prior to decimalisation. It was minted from 1910 until 1963, excluding 1913, 1915, 1929–33 inclusive, 1937, 1947 and 1949. During World War II, between 1942 - 1944, sixpence production was supplemented by coinage produced by two branches of the USA Mint. Coins struck at the San Francisco mint (1942-1944) carry a small S below the coat of arms, while those from the Denver mint (1942-1943) have a small D in the same…

The Australian Sixpence was a coin used in the Commonwealth of Australia prior…

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