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australia-1961y-1d-planchet-hole-small.jpg
australia-1961y-1d-planchet-hole-small.jpg1961y Penny Planchet Hole116 viewsPlanchet Flaw00000
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australia-1962-2s-clipped-planchet.jpg
australia-1962-2s-clipped-planchet.jpgAustralia 1962 Florin Curved Clipped Planchet105 views00000
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australia-1962-6d-struck-thru-oil.jpg
australia-1962-6d-struck-thru-oil.jpg1962 Sixpence Error Struck Through Oil136 views00000
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australia-1963-1d-indent.jpg
australia-1963-1d-indent.jpgAustralia 1963Y Penny Indent Error108 viewsIndent error - struck against another coin blank.00000
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australia-1963-2s-double-clipped-planchet.jpg
australia-1963-2s-double-clipped-planchet.jpgAustralia 1963 Florin Double Curved Clipped Planchet88 views00000
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australia-1963-6d-cold-shut.jpg
australia-1963-6d-cold-shut.jpg102 views00000
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australia-1963-6d-out-of-collar-broadstrike.jpg
australia-1963-6d-out-of-collar-broadstrike.jpgAustraila 1963 Sixpence Out of Collar Broadstrike94 views00000
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australia-1964-1d-cold-shut.jpg
australia-1964-1d-cold-shut.jpgAustralia 1964 Penny Struck on Planchet with Cold Shut Error120 viewsA 1964 penny (probably Melbourne) struck on an incomplete planchet that had a cold shut that detached prior to striking,00000
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australia-1964-1d-lightweight-planchet.jpg
australia-1964-1d-lightweight-planchet.jpgAustralia 1964M Penny Lightweight Planchet107 views9.10g00000
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australia-1964-1d-out-of-collar.jpg
australia-1964-1d-out-of-collar.jpgAustralia 1964M Penny Out of Collar Error101 viewsBeautifully centered out of collar error.00000
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australia-1964-1d-thin-planchet.jpg
australia-1964-1d-thin-planchet.jpgAustralia 1964M Penny Struck on Thinned Planchet137 viewsInteresting error. Struck on a planchet that was thin on one edge. It's unclear if the planchet was thin because some of it fell off (planchet flaw) or if it was near the edge of the metal when the blank was formed.00000
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australia-1966-5c-end-of-bar.jpg
australia-1966-5c-end-of-bar.jpg89 views00000
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