The ascent of King George VI to the throne is celebrated as a major turning point in Australia’s numismatic history. During his reign Australia’s currency was based on the traditional British system – a system with origins in Ancient Roman times. Commonly known as 'LSD', with the abbreviation based on the Latin words librae, solidi and denarii, Australia's denominations were pounds (L), shillings (S) and pence (D).
Iconic Australian £1 Note And Coins
Incorporating some of Australia's most memorable currency issues, this pack unites the famous George VI £1 note, the Ram's Head Shilling and the Bounding Kangaroo Penny in very good quality, all year-dated between 1938-52.
Informative Full-Colour Pack
An essential collectable for Australian coin collectors and representing outstanding value for money, the currency is presented in an informative, full- colour pack.