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The coin is an Australian 2007 five cent coin with the Queen's head on both sides!
The Queen's head on one side, is transposed 180 degrees through the horizontal axis of the Queen's head, to the opposite side. So if you flip the coin along the horizontal axis, from the perspective of the Queen's head, then the coin appears the same. But if you flip the coin along the vertical axis, then the Queen's head is seen to be upside down.
Coin when flipped parallel to vertical axis of Queen's head...
Note the symmetry change of 180 degrees!
Coin when flipped parallel to horizontal axis of Queen's head...
Note that symmetry remains the same!
The faces edges, do not appear, to have been tampered with ...
The coin edges, do not appear, to have been tampered with:...
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Very Fine (United Kingdom grading).
Rarity - R6.
Very rare (Sheldon Scale).
Almost never seen, only one may be offered for sale in a year's time.
Note: Using grading and rarity scales from Wikipedia's coin grading as a guide, for the above ratings.
This coin was found in shopping change which had been dropped onto the floor. On picking up the dropped coins, the coin was noticed!
Reviewed by bank staff.
The coin was taken to a local bank and examined by bank staff. They noted, that the coin appeared genuine.
The coin was 'balance scale' weighed, against an Australian(2008) five cent coin. A difference in weight could not be detected between the two coins.
The coin when dropped onto a glass table produces a ringing sound which sounds the same as an Australian(2008) five cent coin dropped from the same height.
Price: $ 7500.00 (Australian Dollars).
Note: Paypal services are the preferred payment method.