1 Shilling, United Kingdom, George V (1920-26), Second Type
Silver one shilling coin of United Kingdom minted during the reign of George V. This is the second variation of the shilling during George V's reign. The obverse has a portrait of the king (uncrowned) while the reverse has a crowned lion standing atop a crown. The engraving on the obverse was done by Edgar Bertram MacKennal.
These coins are 50% silver - silver content of British coins was reduced after the First World War. Shilling was 1/20 of a pound and was equal to 12 pence.
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Weight: 5.66 grams
Diameter: 23.5 mm
Coins are part of a lot. The coins you get will be one of the coins in the fourth picture. These coins are over 75 years old and will have wear and tear. NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGE.