Silver Shilling

Silver Shilling

The Australian Silver Shilling was a coin of the Commonwealth of Australia prior to decimalization.

The coin was minted from 1910 until 1963, excluding 1923, 1929, 1930, 1932, 1938, 1947, 1949 and 1951

During World War II, between 1942-1944, shilling production was supplemented by coinage produced at the San Francisco branch of the United States Mint, which bear a small S below the ram’s head

Australia Silver Shilling Coins 1910 – 1964

Australia Silver Shilling Coins

1910 London

2,536,000

1911 London

Scarce

1,000,000

1912 London

Scarce

1,000,000

1913 London

1,200,000

1914 London

Scarce

3,300,000

1915 London

Rare

800,000

1915H Birmingham

H

Rare

500,000

1916M Melbourne

M

5,141,000

1917M Melbourne

M

5,274,000

1918M Melbourne

M

3,761,000

1920 Melbourne

1,642,000

1921* Sydney

Star

Rare

522,000

1922 Melb / Sydney

2,039,000

1924 Melb / Sydney

Scarce

673,000

1925/23 Melb / Sydney

Overdate

1,449,000

1926 Melb / Sydney

2,352,000

1927 Melbourne

1,416,000

1928 Melbourne

664,000

1931 Melbourne

1,000,000

1933 Melbourne

Rare

220,000

1934 Melbourne

480,000

1935 Melbourne

500,000

1936 Melbourne

1,424,000

1938 Melbourne

1,484,000

1939 Melbourne

Scarce

1,520,000

1940 Melbourne

Scarce

780,000

1941 Melbourne

2,500,000

1942 Melbourne

2,920,000

1942S San Francisco

S

4,000,000

1943 Melbourne

1,580,000

1943S San Francisco

S

16,000,000

1944 Melbourne

14,576,000

1944S San Francisco

S

8,000,000

1946 Melbourne

10,072,000

1946 Perth

Dot  before Shilling

Scarce

1,316,000

1948 Melbourne

4,132,000

1950 Melbourne

7,188,000

1952 Melbourne

19,644,000

1953 Melbourne

12,204,000

1954 Melbourne

16,188,000

1955 Melbourne

7,492,000

1956 Melbourne

6,064,000

1957 Melbourne

12,668,000

1958 Melbourne

8,132,000

1959 Melbourne

10,156,000

1960 Melbourne

16,408,000

1961 Melbourne

10,104,000

1962 Melbourne

6,592,000

1963 Melbourne