It was not a particularly difficult one - some coins are just a bit dear. Key is the Melbourne florin which is the most expensive of all. Not a surprise as mintage is very low at 75,000 and 21,000 were melted down. These were apparently sold at some silly premium and didn't really circulate. I found the 1910 shilling and florin to be hard as well. Hence grades reflect as such. Took a while to scan this but it's finally here: https://issuu.com/gxseries/docs/australia_type_set Scanner didn't quite like it - I think I'll have to make my own digital version when I get a chance to. Feel free to check out my other scanned or digital albums. Show some of your Australian coins!