The assertion that the 1921 shilling does not have a mint mark deserves explanation.
All shillings dated 1921 were minted in Sydney and all have a small 5-pointed
star above the date. However that star was not intended as a mint mark and instead
was supposed to signify a change in silver content. The silver content didn't change
but the star remained anyway.
The Melbourne mint struck 1.122,000 shillings in 1921 but they all bore the date
1920. The 1921 shilling is difficult to find in high grades and is almost as scarce
as the 1933 shilling.
Flat-base lettering on reverse legend.|
141 rim denticles.
No reported varieties.