1/12 Anna, George V, Various Years
The 1/12 Anna coin (1/3 of a paisa) in the name of George V, the smallest denomination in circulation during the British period. 178 of these coins were equal to 1 rupee. These coins are made of bronze (alloy of Copper).
Coins of George V were minted from 1911 to 1936, in Bombay and Calcutta mints. All the years may not be available.
These coins are part of a lot. Condition of individual coins may vary slightly. All the years required for a full set may not be available.
Weight: 1.65 grams (approx)