1941 Australian Sixpence - Fine - considered relatively common for period
The 1941 Australian Sixpence was minted in Melbourne, Australia and comprises of 92.5% silver, 7.5% copper.
With approx. 2,912,000minted, it is considered relatively common for period.
I would grade this example as Fine.
The 1941 Australian sixpence obverse features features the bare head of King George VI facing left, with the legend: 'GEORGIVS VI D:G:BR:OMN:REX F:D:IND:IMP.'.
The reverse shows the word 'SIXPENCE' 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.
Supplied in a brand new 2x2 coin holder.
Please see images for a personal grading as this is the exact coin you will receive.