George VI, Silver Sixpence 1942

This Silver Sixpence was issued during World War II in 1942. Believe it or not during the War, other metals were of more use than silver, so they used silver in our coinage. You have the bare head portrait of King George VI on the obverse and crowned initials on the reverse. If nothing else, this would make an excellent small present for someone getting married. They are in selected circulated condition, struck during World War II and struck in silver.
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SKU: CGI5412
£8.95
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