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        脖子上长小肉疙瘩

        Five Pounds, Coin from South Australia
        CoinFive Pounds

        A gold coin coin (33 mm diameter plain edge) with, on the obverse at the centre a crown within an ornate circle; below, 1852; around, * GOVERNMENT ASSAY OFFICE * ADELAIDE. and on the reverse at the centre within ornate circle in three lines, VALUE / FIVE / POUNDS; around, * WEIGHT. 1 OZ: 8 DWT: 4 GRS: * 22 CARATS.

        No original coins were produced.

        All existing examples were struck in 1921 from the original dies at the Melbourne Branch of the Royal Mint. The dies were on loan from the Art Gallery of South Australia.

        MintAdelaide Assay Office Mint MarkNone Total Mintage9
        Obverse
        South Australia / Five Pounds - obverse photo

        At centre a crown within ornate circle; below, 1852; around, *GOVERNMENT ASSAY OFFICE* ADELAIDE. Below the date in small letters the artist's name J. PAYNE.

        Obverse Inscription GOVERNMENT ASSAY OFFICE ADELAIDE 1852
        Reverse
        South Australia / Five Pounds - reverse photo

        At centre within ornate circle in three lines, VALUE FIVE POUNDS; around, * WEIGHT. 1 OZ: 8 DWT: 4 GRS: * 22 CARATS.

        Reverse Inscription VALUE FIVE POUNDS WEIGHT 1 OZ 8 DWT 4 GRS 22 CARATS
        EdgePlainEdge InscriptionNone
        Notes

        According to the Australian Coins and Banknotes Guide by Greg McDonald, 7 examples survive.

        Additional information:

        [Book] Andrews, Arthur. 1921. Australasian Tokens and Coins.

        [Article] Sharples, John P. The Numismatic Collection of the Museum of Victoria. Journal of the Numismatic Association of Australia. 2

        Five Pounds: Known varieties
        Variety Silver restrike
        Images South Australia / Five Pounds / Silver restrike - obverse photo South Australia / Five Pounds / Silver restrike - reverse photo
        Mintage Issued: 2 (included in total)
        Details

        Struck in 1921 for the collection of A.M. LeSouef, from the original dies at the Melbourne Branch of the Royal Mint. The dies were on loan from the Art Gallery of South Australia.

        Five Pounds: References to Information Used
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        Five Pounds: Details
        CountrySouth Australia
        CurrencyAdelaide Pound
        Coin TypeFive Pounds
        Issued1852
        MonarchQueen Victoria
        Face Value5 (x Pound)
        Mintage9
        CurrentNo
        Material0.9167 Gold
        DesignerJoshua Payne
        TechnologyMilled (machine-made)
        ShapeRound
        Size (mm)33
        Mass (g)44.1020
        OCC IDJWMR-AEQP-CKVL-OYPL
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        Five Pounds: Photos
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        Pattern Coin - 5 Pounds, 1921 Late Strike, Adelaide Assay Office, South Australia, Australia, 1852
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        Pattern Coin - 5 Pounds, 1921 Late Strike, Adelaide Assay Office, South Australia, Australia, 1852
        Copyright: Museums Victoria / CC BY
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        Coin - 5 Pounds, Adelaide Assay Office, South Australia, Australia, 1852
        Copyright: Museums Victoria / CC BY
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        Notes: Silver restrike.
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        Coin - 5 Pounds, Adelaide Assay Office, South Australia, Australia, 1852
        Copyright: Museums Victoria / CC BY
        Author:
        Notes: Silver restrike.
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        Five Pounds: Catalogue Reference IDs
        SourceReference ID
        Friedberg, Gold Coins of the WorldAustralia 2
        Krause, Standard Catalog of World CoinsAustralia / South Australia KM# Pn1
        Krause, Standard Catalog of World CoinsAustralia / South Australia KM# Pn1a (Silver)