1943 Australian Half Penny - Extremely Fine/About Uncirculated - relatively common for period
The 1943 Australian Half Penny was minted at the Royal Mint Melbourne and is considered relatively common for period, with an approximate total mintage of 41,025,000.
Retaining trace mint lustre and great detail , I would grade this example as Extremely Fine/About Uncirculated.
The Australian penny was a small circulating denomination of the Australian Pound. It has the same dimensions and composition as the British pre-decimal penny, from which it is derived (for a time, the coins circulated in parallel and were interchangeable in Australia - but not in the United Kingdom; the currencies were fixed at par). It was worth one twelfth of an Australian shilling and 1/240 of an Australian pound.
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