George VI, Farthing Brilliant Uncirculated, 1942

First issue (1937-48) Farthing of George VI dated 1942 with title IND:IMP.
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SKU: UFA42W
£9.50

George VI (1937-1952), Bronze Farthing dated 1942. Briliant Uncirculated condition.

Obverse: Head of King George VI facing left with legend around

Reverse: Wren - designed by Harold Wilson Parker, with date above and denomimation below.

The obverse legend on this coin ends with IND:IMP. (Indiae Imperator) which was dropped from the coinage when India gained independence in 1949.

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