the reverse looks to be VF The obverse however is a Good listed in Rennicks as vg $6 It is still a collectible coin as it is the 1915 not the 1915h The 1915 mintage is 0.96m and the 1915h is 1.32m If the obverse was in the same condition as the reverse this would be worth about $60
This looks cleaned to me and might be worth $5. Obverse is very worn, I would go with overall VG for this coin. Too hard to see if it has the H mintmark but I dont think it matters either way in this grade. A start to an Australian collection.
I cannot understand why this coin is valued so low when in the US in 1915 there were about 56 million cents made and in Canada there were just under 5 million cents made. This one has a mintage of less than 1 million Go Figure. Still a collectible coin and well worth hanging on to, even if it is low grade
Quote: I would say because the aussie market is soooo much smaller.
I totally agree with that but there is an increasing awareness worldwide of the low mintage coins we have to offer here. So I suggest that every Aussie gets their sets ( especially the pre Decimal) up to scratch before all our good coins head overseas and the costs go up exponentially to acquire these coins