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Australia. George VI (1936-1952). 1 Crown 1937 - Quality
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Australia. George VI (1936-1952). 1 Crown 1937 - Quality

High Quality KM# 34 CROWN 1937 28.28 g., 0.925 Silver 0.841 oz. ASW, 38 mm. Ruler: George VI Obv: Head left Rev: Crown above date and value Edge: Reeded Please have a look at our other Catawiki auction lots for more coin collections. and/or add us to your favourites to find our future auction lots easily. Bid with confidence. AG-Worldcoins, over 3000 lots sold on Catawiki. High feedback score. Please evaluate this lot with reference to the images provided. Will be sent via registered mail. I charge only 1x shipping costs when you buy multiple lots in the same auction. You are welcome to bid on my other items: https://veiling.catawiki.nl/aanbod/hamaca extra info: The Commonwealth of Australia, the smallest continent in the world, is located south of Indonesia between the Indian and Pacific oceans. It has an area of 2,967,893 sq. mi. (7,686,850 sq. km.) . Capital: Canberra. Due to its early and sustained isolation, Australia is the habitat of such curious and unique fauna as the kangaroo, koala, platypus, wombat, echidna and frilled-necked lizard. The continent possesses extensive mineral deposits, the most important of which are iron ore, coal, gold, silver, nickel, uranium, lead and zinc. Raising livestock, mining and manufacturing are the principal industries. Chief exports are wool, meat, wheat, iron ore, coal and nonferrous metals. The first Caucasians to see Australia probably were Portuguese and Spanish navigators of the late 16th century. In 1770, Captain James Cook explored the east coast and annexed it for Great Britain. New South Wales was founded as a penal colony, following the loss of British North America, by Captain Arthur Phillip on January 26, 1788, a date now celebrated as Australia Day. Dates of creation of the six colonies that now comprise the states of the Australian Commonwealth are: New South Wales, 1823; Tasmania, 1825; Western Australia, 1838; South Australia, 1842; Victoria, 1851; Queensland, 1859. The British Parliament approved a constitution providing for the federation of the colonies in 1900. The Commonwealth of Australia came into being in 1901. Australia passed the Statute of Westminster Adoption Act on October 9, 1942, which officially established Australia’s complete autonomy in external and internal affairs, thereby formalizing a situation that had existed for years. Australia is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations. Elizabeth II is Head of State as Queen of Australia. Australia’s currency system was changed from Pounds- Shillings-Pence to a decimal system of Dollars and Cents on Feb. 14, 1966. RULER British until 1942 MINT MARKS Abbr. Mint A Adelaide (b) Bombay (b) Bombay B Brisbane (c) Calcutta (c) Canberra C Canberra D Denver D Denver H Heaton H Heaton (L) London M Melbourne M Melbourne M Melbourne (m) Melbourne (m) Melbourne (m) Melbourne P Perth (p) Perth (p) Perth (p) Perth (p) Perth (p) Perth P Perth

No. 80340563

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Australia. George VI (1936-1952). 1 Crown 1937 - Quality

Australia. George VI (1936-1952). 1 Crown 1937 - Quality

High Quality KM# 34 CROWN 1937
28.28 g., 0.925 Silver 0.841 oz. ASW, 38 mm. Ruler: George VI Obv: Head left Rev: Crown above date and value Edge: Reeded
Please have a look at our other Catawiki auction lots for more coin collections. and/or add us to your favourites to find our future auction lots easily.

Bid with confidence. AG-Worldcoins, over 3000 lots sold on Catawiki. High feedback score.

Please evaluate this lot with reference to the images provided.
Will be sent via registered mail.
I charge only 1x shipping costs when you buy multiple lots in the same auction.

You are welcome to bid on my other items:
https://veiling.catawiki.nl/aanbod/hamaca

extra info:
The Commonwealth of Australia, the smallest continent in the world, is located south of Indonesia between the Indian and Pacific oceans. It has an area of 2,967,893 sq. mi. (7,686,850 sq. km.) . Capital: Canberra. Due to its early and sustained isolation, Australia is the habitat of such curious and unique fauna as the kangaroo, koala, platypus, wombat, echidna and frilled-necked lizard. The continent possesses extensive mineral deposits, the most important of which are iron ore, coal, gold, silver, nickel, uranium, lead and zinc. Raising livestock, mining and manufacturing are the principal industries. Chief exports are wool, meat, wheat, iron ore, coal and nonferrous metals.
The first Caucasians to see Australia probably were Portuguese and Spanish navigators of the late 16th century. In 1770, Captain James Cook explored the east coast and annexed it for Great Britain. New South Wales was founded as a penal colony, following the loss of British North America, by Captain Arthur Phillip on January 26, 1788, a date now celebrated as Australia Day. Dates of creation of the six colonies that now comprise the states of the Australian Commonwealth are: New South Wales, 1823; Tasmania, 1825; Western Australia, 1838; South Australia, 1842; Victoria, 1851; Queensland, 1859. The British Parliament approved a constitution providing for the federation of the colonies in 1900. The Commonwealth of Australia came into being in 1901. Australia passed the Statute of Westminster Adoption Act on October 9, 1942, which officially established Australia’s complete autonomy in external and internal affairs, thereby formalizing a situation that had existed for years. Australia is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations. Elizabeth II is Head of State as Queen of Australia.
Australia’s currency system was changed from Pounds- Shillings-Pence to a decimal system of Dollars and Cents on Feb. 14, 1966.
RULER
British until 1942
MINT MARKS Abbr. Mint
A Adelaide (b) Bombay
(b) Bombay
B Brisbane (c) Calcutta (c) Canberra C Canberra D Denver
D Denver
H Heaton
H Heaton
(L) London
M Melbourne M Melbourne
M Melbourne (m) Melbourne (m) Melbourne
(m) Melbourne P Perth
(p) Perth
(p) Perth (p) Perth (p) Perth (p) Perth P Perth


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