George VI, 1947-51 Shillings Scottish Type

The shillings of George VI presented here were issued with the Scottish reverse type, and depict a crowned lion seated on top of a crown holding a sword and sceptre with the date divided in two, the legend above, and with the denomination below. All struck between 1947-1951. 5 coins in total that show the change of legend that occurred 1949 when the mint had to remove ‘IND IMP’ because the monarch was no longer Emperor of India. These were also the last Shillings struck in the reign of George VI as he died early in 1952.
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SKU: CGI5391
Products specifications
Attribute nameAttribute value
MonarchGeorge VI 1936 - 1952
Pre-Decimal DenominationShilling (Bob)