India, George VI 1939 1/12th Anna Unc

We have just two coins in our inventory issued by India during World War II. As many of you know India played an important part during the War and we thought you just might find these interesting. They are King George VI 1/12th Annas which were the smallest coins issued at that time. They are in Uncirculated/Brilliant Uncirculated condition and we believe you would have great difficulty in finding them in such a high grade in India itself.
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SKU: FID9904
£4.50
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