George VI, Farthing 1937-48 BU
In 1937, the farthing went through its first major redesign since it’s introduction in 1672 under Charles II. For the first time in 264 years, Britannia was to be replaced on the reverse by one of Britain’s smallest birds – the Wren. This new design, first introduced on the Edward VIII pattern was also adopted on the farthings of George VI. Here we present the 1937-48 issue in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Dates will be of our choice, one coin only issued between 1937-1948 but in BU condition.