New Guinea, George V, Sterling Silver Shilling EF
Way out in the Far East is a place to this day that has not been fully explored, New Guinea. It was under British rule during the reigns of both King George V and his son King George VI. Both Monarchs struck Sterling Silver Shillings for local use, this was the highest denomination struck. They were struck with a hole in the middle so they could be strung and worn around the neck of the locals, after all, most didn’t wear trousers. The coins on offer are struck in Sterling Silver here offer one of George V. They only made 2 dates of each King. Supplies are limited.