Australia, coin catalog, price

Country: Australia, Commonwealth of Australia
Capital: Canberra
Currency: Australian dollar
Numeric code: 036
Alphabetic code: AUD
Mainland Australia and the nearby Islands belong to the Commonwealth. The state is not small – the sixth in the world in territorial extent. Australia is a very prosperous country. Here everything is on top: standard of living, health, education, and more.
The Australian dollar is the national currency of the country is also very high: it slightly lags behind the U.S. dollar and the Euro. Following the example of its American counterpart, the Australian dollar is divided into 100 cents. Today the catalogue of Australian coins to represent dollars and cents.
However, its March across the country, the Australian dollar began only in 1966, succeeding the Australian pound. I must say that the calculations are in pounds in Australia were the same curves as in England. To commemorate simplify monetary transactions, in that year, Australia produced the first coins in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents. 1984 and 1988 brought the one-dollar and two-dollar coins respectively. In 1991, 1 and 2 cents are no longer used. Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II adorns all the coins without exception.
The predecessor of the Australian dollar, the pound played the role of the national currency since 1910. There were coins of½, 1, 3, 6 pence and 1 and 2 shillings. The value of the coins of Australia, going back, was high: for example, 10 shillings were exchanged for $ 1.
Buy coins Australia "pound" period, now it is possible. Price Australian coins of those years, of course, will vary, depending on the year of their production.

Money system:

Queen Elizabeth II (1966 - 2019)

1 dollar = 100 cents
RE:
1 cent
2 cents
5 cents
10 cents
20 cents
50 cents
1 dollar
2 dollars

JC:
1 cent
2 cents
5 cents
20 cents
25 cents
50 cents
1 dollar
2 dollars
5 dollars

CC:
1 cent
2 cents
5 cents
10 cents
20 cents
25 cents
50 cents
1 dollar
2 dollars
5 dollars
8 dollars
10 dollars
15 dollars
20 dollars
25 dollars

Queen Elizabeth II (1953 - 1965)

1 pound = 4 crowns = 20 shillings = 240 pence = 960 farthings
RE:
½ penny
1 penny
3 pence
6 pence
1 shilling
2 shillings (Florin)

JC:
2 shillings (Florin)

King George VI (1937 - 1952)

1 pound = 4 crowns = 20 shillings = 240 pence = 960 farthings
RE:
½ penny
1 penny
3 pence
6 pence
1 shilling
2 shillings (Florin)
1 crown

JB:
2 shillings (Florin)

King George V (1933 - 1936)

1 pound = 4 crowns = 20 shillings = 240 pence = 960 farthings
RE:
3 pence
6 pence
1 shilling
2 shillings (Florin)
1 sovereign
JB:
2 shillings (Florin)

King Edward VII (1910 - 1910)

1 pound = 4 crowns = 20 shillings = 240 pence = 960 farthings
RE:
3 pence
6 pence
1 shilling
2 shillings (Florin)
RE
- Regular edition.
JC
Jubilee coins;
CC
- Collectible coins.



3 pence 1943

3 pence 1943

F VF XF UNC BU
-
BV
1.00
11.50
18.50

wwc: 37 / ID: 2955
3 pence 1964

3 pence 1964

F VF XF UNC BU
-
BV
0.50
1.00
2.00

wwc: 57 / ID: 2777
3 pence 1963

3 pence 1963

F VF XF UNC BU
-
BV
0.50
1.50
3.00

wwc: 57 / ID: 2769
3 pence 1962

3 pence 1962

F VF XF UNC BU
-
BV
0.50
1.50
3.00

wwc: 57 / ID: 2773
3 pence 1961

3 pence 1961

F VF XF UNC BU
-
BV
0.50
1.50
3.00

wwc: 57 / ID: 2778
3 pence 1960

3 pence 1960

F VF XF UNC BU
-
BV
0.50
1.50
3.00

wwc: 57 / ID: 2770
3 pence 1959

3 pence 1959

F VF XF UNC BU
-
BV
0.75
5.00
7.50

wwc: 57 / ID: 2771
3 pence 1958

3 pence 1958

F VF XF UNC BU
-
BV
0.75
6.00
11.50

wwc: 57 / ID: 2772
3 pence 1957

3 pence 1957

F VF XF UNC BU
-
BV
0.75
4.00
7.50

wwc: 57 / ID: 2774
3 pence 1955

3 pence 1955

F VF XF UNC BU
-
BV
1.00
6.00
11.50

wwc: 57 / ID: 2779
3 pence 1951

3 pence 1951

F VF XF UNC BU
-
0.50
1.00
11.50
23.50

wwc: 44 / ID: 2776
3 pence 1944

3 pence 1944

F VF XF UNC BU
-
BV
0.85
5.00
9.50

wwc: 37 / ID: 2775
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