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Hi,

 

I am an Australian and don't have much of an idea about British coins. The other day I found a Sixpence in my loose change.

 

It is a British 1948 Sixpence, and I was just wondering whether if there is any demand for this coin. I am assuming that there isn't however I though I would ask anyway.

 

Thank you.

 

Justin

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There really is not a whole lot of demand for the 1948's. They are a bit uncommon for the design which was only used for about 4-5 years before GVI died and QEII assumed the throne though. In the 1,000 or so tanners I own I probably only have about 10 from this series. But they are not rare though.

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There really is not a whole lot of demand for the 1948's. They are a bit uncommon for the design which was only used for about 4-5 years before GVI died and QEII assumed the throne though. In the 1,000 or so tanners I own I probably only have about 10 from this series. But they are not rare though.

 

 

Thank you very much for the quick response.

 

Interesting find I thought, I'm guessing it is change from something I bought the other day.

 

Thank you so much for your help.

 

Bye

 

Justin

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That's an interesting find. I'm surprised we don't find more Euro cents mixed in with US change. Maybe as time goes on for them.

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