1913 Australian Shilling - Very Good - considered scarce
The 1913 Australian shilling was minted in London, England, with a mintage of approx. 1,200,000.
Comprised of 92.5% silver, 7.5% copper. It weighs 5.65 grams and has a diameter of 23.5 mm. It is considered considered scarce.
The obverse features the robed and crowned bust of King George V facing left, with the legend: 'GEORGIVS V D.G.BRITT:OMN:REX F.D.IND:IMP:' and a dot below.
The reverse shows the words 'ONE SHILLING' and the Australian Coat of Arms. A kangaroo and an emu hold a shield, with a star above. Below is a scroll with the words 'ADVANCE AUSTRALIA', then the date underneath.
I would grade this coin as Very Good (Wear is around 4/5 from what was the top of the feature design. There may be many Detracting Marks, but not to the
extend that a coin appears damaged. On the Reverse of George V coins, Advance
Australia may still be partly readable).