Mint Errors - Mis-StrikeSixpences (3) 1926 Modified Head slightly off-centre causing the rim to be proud around the lower part of the reverse, 1964 (2) both struck off-centre and with a raised lip round the edge, GEF
Mint Error - Mis-StrikeSixpence 1817 Obverse Brockage Fine with a raised lip on the rim, very unusual to see brockages in this series, along with Mis-Strike Shilling 1820 the reverse with a large flake of the upper metal missing from the top of the design NVG
Mint Errors Mis-Strikes (2) Crown 1972 with edge part milled and part plain A/UNC and unusual, Sixpence 1939 struck off-centre thus creating a groove above the head on the obverse VG on a slightly oval flan, unusual
Mint Error - Mis-StrikeSixpence 1966 the obverse overstruck with another coin in the minting process thus now with the appearance of an arc of 6mm into the coin a the top of the obverse also with a raised lip VF and unusual
Mint Error Mis-strike Australia Sixpence 1950 struck off centre, plain edge, with around 2mm blank flan at the top causing a raised lip on the top of the reverse UNC or near so and lustrous with some contact marks
Mint Errors, Sixpence 1966 VF weak obverse overstruck with part of the reverse, accompanied by a Royal Mint letter from 1968, as part of a group of Mint errors - Mis-Strikes (16) mostly planchet clips, slightly off-centre strikes, laminations, weak hubbing etc. in mixed grades
Mint Errors Sixpences (6) George VI Obverse uniface with traces of the obverse showing on the blank side EF, 1948 the edge mis-struck with a ridge part of the way round the coin Fine, 1953 with a plain and rounded edge Near Fine/Fine, 1954 struck on a thin flan Fine, 1958 struck on a thin flan Fine, 1964 struck on a large 21mm diameter flan seemingly struck without a collar but with full edge milling EF
Mint ErrorMis-StrikeSixpences (3) 1959 with slight planchet clip at the top of the obverse, 1965 Plain edge on a slightly larger flan, struck without a collar GEF, 1967 Plain edge on a slightly larger flan, struck without a collar, also with a planchet clip UNC
Mint Errors Sixpences (6) George VI Obverse uniface with traces of the obverse showing on the blank side EF, 1948 the edge mis-struck wide a ridge part of the way round the coin Fine, 1953 with a plain and rounded edge Near Fine/Fine, 1954 struck on a thin flan Fine, 1958 struck on a thin flan Fine, 1964 struck on a large 21mm diameter flan apparently struck without a collar but with full edge milling EF
Mint Errors (5) Halfcrown 1965 Weakly struck around the obverse and reverse legends GVF, Shilling 1958 Scottish weakly struck around the reverse legend VF, Sixpences (2) 1943 Fine with a planchet clip, 1958 VF with an extra piece protruding 2mm from the rim at 1 o'clock to 2 o'clock on the obverse, Threepence 1967 with a raised wavy edge
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