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1994 Dollar Rabbit Ear Cud Variety

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.

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2003 $2 Counterfeit

A crude copy (note the spaghetti hair!) of the $2 coin found whilst noodling rolls of $2 obtained from the bank. Weight 6.6g.

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20 Cent Mistrike

Tilted partial collar mistrike in a lovely high grade. Graded as a mint error slabbed by PCGS as MS64.

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1966 (L) 10 Cent PCGS MS64

Obverse rotation to 145 degrees or 5:00 on the clockface. Graded by PCGS as MS64 or Gem Uncirculated.

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1966 (L) 10 Cent PCGS MS65

Obverse rotation to 285 degrees or 9:30 on the clockface. Graded by PCGS as MS65 or Gem Uncirculated.

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1981 20 Cent Coin Error

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.

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Wesleyan Band of Hope Union NSW Medal

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 …

Circa 1880 Wesleyan Band of Hope Union New South Wales Medal Read More »

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Struck on a Split Planchet Coin Error -Fiji 1969 5 cent

The rarest split planchet coin error struck after the planchet has split in half. 1.34 grams.

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New Zealand 2004 10c/$1 Mule

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 …

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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.

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