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Lot 3    Session 1 (9.30am Tuesday)    Miscellaneous Australian Coins

Estimate $700
SOLD $1,500

EDWARD VII, silver set, florin to threepence, 1910. Small edge nick on sixpence, the rest nicely toned, nearly extremely fine - good extremely fine. (4)

Ex William F Belford 2010. Walter C Belford migrated to Australia in 1909 and when the first currency was struck in 1910 he sent the coins offered in this lot back to his mother in Scotland. She kept them and then passed them down to her daughter, May. When William Belford's sister Claire was visiting relatives in Scotland in the 1970s her uncle John gave them to Claire who eventually handed them to William Belford.

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  • Lot 1  

    GEORGE VI, florin, 1944S and shilling, 1944S. In presentation case, both ex mint roll, full ...

    Estimate $100

  • Lot 2  

    GEORGE V, florin, 1927 Canberra; mint five dollars, 1988 in CBA cellophane packet, 1996 Bradman. ...

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  • Lot 3   This lot

    EDWARD VII, silver set, florin to threepence, 1910. Small edge nick on sixpence, the rest ...

    Estimate $700

  • Lot 4  

    GEORGE V, threepences, 1917M, 1928; sixpences, 1928, 1936. Very fine - nearly extremely fine. (4) ...

    Estimate $150

  • Lot 5  

    GEORGE V - GEORGE VI, halfpennies, 1918I, 1939 kangaroo, penny, 1946, shillings, 1915H, 1940. Fine ...

    Estimate $150