1 Shilling, United Kingdom, George VI, Scottish Crest (1937-1946)
Silver 1 Shilling (1/20 Pound) of United Kingdom, issued in the name of George VI. The obverse has an uncrowned portrait of George VI while the reverse has the Scottish Crest - a lion seated atop a crown holding a sword and a scepter. Coins with this design were minted for the first time during the reign of George VI. These coins were minted from 1937-1946 (in silver).
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Weight: 5.66 grams
Diameter: 23.5 mm
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