1942 M Australian Shilling - considered relatively common for period - Very Good
The 1942 M Australian shilling was minted in Melbourne, Australia, with a mintage of 2,920,000.
Comprised of 92.5% silver, 7.5% copper, it weighs 5.65 grams and has a diameter of 23.5 mm.
It is considered relatively common for the period.
The obverse features the bare head of King George VI facing left, with the surrounding legend: 'GEORGIVS VI D:G:BR:OMN:REX F:D:IND:IMP.'
The reverse shows a merino ram, a tribute to the wool industry. Either side are stars, and above is the word 'AUSTRALIA'. Below is the word 'SHILLING', and the date.
I would grade this coin as Fine.