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It has the same dimensions and composition as the British pre-decimal threepence, from which it is derived (for a time, the coins circulated in parallel and were interchangeable in Australia - but not in the United Kingdom). 3 pence were equal to one quarter of a shilling, or 1/80th of a pound.What does the 1943 Australian Threepence reverse look like?
The 1943 Australian threepence reverse shows a sheaf of wheat with three stems tied in a ribbon. The date and the words 'THREE PENCE'What is a threepence coin?
Threepence 1944 The Australian Threepence (or three pence) is a small silver coin which was used in the Commonwealth of Australia prior to decimalisation.Is a 1944 coin still in circulation?
Coins issued in 1944 were withdrawn at decimalisation in 1966 after 22 years in circulation, but have never been formally demonetised and are still legal tender. The obverse of the coin shows the bare (uncrowned) head of King George VI facing left.