Australia New South Wales
Dump, 15 Pence 1813 (AD)
Mira dies A/1

Production continued into 1814 but no new dies for that date were cut.

This example has been holed, probably for later use as jewellery.

Physical Description

A circular silver coin (19 mm diameter with milled edge) bearing on the obverse a crown with the words around above, NEW SOUTH WALES; and the date below, 1813. The reverse featured the denomination FIFTEEN PENCE in two lines seperated by the engraver's initial H ( on this example, wear has removed most of the lettering and it has been holed above the top left side of the crown)

Obverse Description

Very worn - at centre a crown, around above, NEW SOUTH WALES; below, 1813. The cross on top of the crown is symetrical and points between the letters TH of SOUTH.

Reverse Description

Very worn - legend in two lines; FIFTEEN / PENCE . The words are 4.5 mm apart.

Edge Description


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