An example of the famous rabbit ear cud found behind the ear of the top kangaroo. This variety is found on numerous years of this coin design.
A crude copy (note the spaghetti hair!) of the $2 coin found whilst noodling rolls of $2 obtained from the bank. Weight 6.6g.
Tilted partial collar mistrike in a lovely high grade. Graded as a mint error slabbed by PCGS as MS64.
Obverse rotation to 145 degrees or 5:00 on the clockface. Graded by PCGS as MS64 or Gem Uncirculated.
Obverse rotation to 285 degrees or 9:30 on the clockface. Graded by PCGS as MS65 or Gem Uncirculated.
This 20 cent error has been struck out of collar, then struck for a second time on it’s way out of the press against a blank planchet that was in the press.
Wesleyan Band of Hope Union NSW Medal A temperance medal. Obverse legends read “WESLEYAN BAND OF HOPE UNION, NEW SOUTH WALES. I PROMISE TO ABSTAIN FROM ALL INTOXICATING DRINKS AS BEVERAGES” with handshake. Reverse reads an exerpt from the Bible …
The rarest split planchet coin error struck after the planchet has split in half. 1.34 grams.
New Zealand 2004 10c/$1 Mule New Zealand 10 cent from 2004 with a New Zealand dollar obverse. Read more on The Australian Coin Collecting Blog Coin Information Reference Number: K00177 Country: New Zealand Denomination: 10c Year: 2004 Mint: Royal Mint …
The legends show evidence of more than one strike here with partial engagement of the collar die. The indent site shows a distorted enlarged partial obverse design (brockage). An exceptional error.