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    Posted: 04 Apr 2013 at 9:37am
hello fellow members i like to collect stuff and i like old stuff.. but i recently had a freind come around with a large amount of 1950 Australian coins, and he was asking what they would be worth. anyway i decided i didnt know what they would bring on the market bit of so i came to you bright members to help me get a bit of information on these coins?? does anyone have a idea of what they would bring or any information on such coins.

Well thanks for your time and i appreciate any feedback i may recive and thankyou for reading my post.

well thanks again 
- Adhamh McDoanld
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Are they 1950 bronze one penny, half penny or silver three pence or Shillings Coin?
The good news is that the 1950 Australian coin is a collectable series. Each of these memoirs from the mint of Australian feature bare head of King George VI on its obverse, while the reverse design varies.

The 1950 Australian penny was minted by millions, but has a few remnants. The valuation of the coin depends on its condition. If yours is a silver three pence, you might earn on the silver value of the coin as well.

You can check your coin on eBay to get and estimate value of your coins. However, a reputable coin dealer will be able to an accurate valuation of your coins. Meanwhile, don’t clean the coins as this can affect its sale value. Keep each coin in a separate packing so they don’t rub off with one another and get scuffs or nicks.
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Thanks for sharing the information related to coins.I really got new information from it.
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