Made from sterling silver (92.5%),
crown coins were the largest of the
Australian pre-decimal coins at 38.5mm,
weighing approximately 28.3 grams.
Crown coins were only minted by the
Commonwealth of Australia in 1937
60 pennies = 5 shillings
= 1 crown = 1/4 of a pound
All Coin Values resource
1937 to 1938
What is an Australian crown coin worth?
Values, specifications, and images for Australian crown coins from
1937 to 1938.
Minted at the Melbourne mint in Australia
to commemorate the coronation of
King George VI, both are prized for their
silver content, however the 1938 is
significantly scarcer, as waning interest
at the time saw lower take up, thus
Before 1910 United Kingdom currency
was the official legal tender of Australia.
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