Malaya, George VI, Silver 10 Cents, 1943. Ext Fine

World War II period silver 10c coins in Extremely Fine condition.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FMA006
£8.50

These King George VI Silver 10 Cent coins were issued under the auspices of The Commissioners of Currency Malaya, which is a mouthful to say. You have the crowned bust of the King on one side and the date and value on the other side. The condition is very high and, considering their age, we think they are rather interesting.

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