Little is known about the token coinage used in Australian Internment Camps during World War I. The largest Internment Camp in Australia was established near Liverpool (Holsworthy) south-west of Sydney NSW between 1914-1918. The camp held around 5000 internees most were either from the Austro-Hungarian Empire and staff of German Companies.
This German Concentration Camp square aluminum threepence token depicts a German heraldic eagle on the obverse and '3d' on the reverse graded VF.
(Catalogue Value $1750-VF $3000-EF)
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