This is a sturdy, informative, high quality presentation folder that when complete will provide the perfect setting for your type set collection.
The largest of Australia’s four standard silver denominations, the shilling and the florin are unquestionably among the most collected coin series in Australian numismatics. During the reigns of Edward VII and George V the shilling carried William Blakemore’s Commonwealth Coat of Arms motif. Paying homage to the importance of the wool industry to the Australian economy, the shillings issued during the reigns of George VI and Elizabeth II carried a brilliant portrayal of the champion merino ram from the 1933 Sydney Sheep Show.
This pre decimal type set album provides space for 12 coins anda fine overview of Australia’s shillings and florins. The set will comprise of a variety of designs issued under Edward VII (1910), George V (1911-36), George VI (1938-52) and Elizabeth II (1953-64).