The 1813 Dump and its partner the Holey Dollar were the first coins struck in Australia. Not only are they rare, but their fascinating history has made them two of the world’s most famous coins.
The Dump with a value of fifteen pence circulated widely in the colony, the very reason why most of them are found today with minimal design attributes, harsh gouges and knocks and many of them are noted as having been submerged in water, developing porous surfaces.
This Dump has the following attributes.
This is a classic example of Henshall’s masterpiece, struck with the A/1 dies, offered at a price that won’t break the bank.