1 Shilling 1948 George VI: United Kingdom Mint, Numismatic Treasury
Issued in 1948, this coin is a valuable testimony to the monetary heritage of the United Kingdom during the reign of King George VI.
Year of issue: 1948
Country of origin: United Kingdom
Nominal value: One Shilling (1 shilling)
Reverse: The coin features the portrait of King George VI with the inscription "GEORGIVS VI D.G. BRITT:OMN:REX F.D.IND:IMP." around his effigy.
The front of the coin features the motif of a lion standing on a coronation, with the inscription "FID:DEF" (Fidei Defensor) and the face value "1 SHILLING". The One Shilling 1948 George VI, United Kingdom Mint is in circulation condition and may show signs of normal wear and tear. The quality of the part may vary, but it is generally considered to be in good condition given its age and use. The shilling was an important monetary unit in the United Kingdom. The One Shilling 1948 George VI coin is part of the series of coins issued during the reign of King George VI. These pieces are highly valued by collectors because of their historical value and rarity.
If you are passionate about British monetary history and looking for an authentic collector's coin, the One Shilling 1948 George VI, Mint of the United Kingdom is an exceptional choice. Add this historic piece to your collection now !