Guernsey, 1 Double, 1933. Brilliant Uncirculated.

Brilliant Uncirculated 1 Double from Guernsey dated 1933, the last date of issue.
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SKU: FGT9933

In Guernsey they used the Double rather than the Farthing and of course they didn’t have the Monarch’s portrait on their coins. This coin was issued before World War II and, as with the German occupation, none were issued during the War. In fact this was struck at the height of the Depression. The coins are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and this date is not an easy one to get.

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