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On what sites can you find the value of Australian pennies ranging in date from 1912 to 1953?

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2006-09-27 16:16:06
2006-09-27 16:16:06

There is no online price guide that I know of for Australian coins. You could try finding matching coins on eBay.com and see what they sell for there. You could also try checking your local library for a World Coins book.

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That is too much information to put into one answer. Australian Pennies were minted from 1911 to 1964, except for 1937 and 1954. Valuations for Australian Pennies already exist on Answers.com. Use the format "What is the value of a 19xx Australian Penny", to find your answer on Answers.com.

Australian Pennies were minted in most years from 1911 to 1964 inclusive. The collectible value of any coin would depend on the year, the condition and where it was minted.

All Australian Penny questions are updated.

Australian Pennies were minted in most years from 1911 to 1964 inclusive. Depending on the condition and the year, Australian Pennies may be worth anything from $0.50 to $500,000 AUD.

With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911. The only Pennies circulating in Australia prior to 1911 were British Pennies.

With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911. The only Pennies circulating in Australia prior to 1911 were British Pennies.

With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911. The only Pennies circulating in Australia prior to 1911 were British Pennies.

With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911. The only Pennies circulating in Australia prior to 1911 were British Pennies.

With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911. The only Pennies circulating in Australia prior to 1911 were British Pennies.

With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911. The only Pennies circulating in Australia prior to 1911 were British Pennies.

With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911. The only Pennies circulating in Australia prior to 1911 were British Pennies.

With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911. The only Pennies circulating in Australia prior to 1911 were British Pennies.

With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911. The only Pennies circulating in Australia prior to 1911 were British Pennies.

With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911. The only Pennies circulating in Australia prior to 1911 were British Pennies.

With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911. The only Pennies circulating in Australia prior to 1911 were British Pennies.

With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911. The only Pennies circulating in Australia prior to 1911 were British Pennies.

With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911. The only Pennies circulating in Australia prior to 1911 were British Pennies.

With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911. The only Pennies circulating in Australia prior to 1911 were British Pennies.

With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911. The only Pennies circulating in Australia prior to 1911 were British Pennies.

With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911. The only Pennies circulating in Australia prior to 1911 were British Pennies.

With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911. The only Pennies circulating in Australia prior to 1911 were British Pennies.

Most of the pennies are valued at a price ranging from $40 to $50. The price can vary depending upon the condition of the pennies.

Congratulations if you have one, but Australian Pennies were no longer minted after 1964. The Australian Penny was replaced by the 1 cent coin in 1966.

With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911.


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