George VI, Farthing Brilliant Uncirculated, 1952

The last Farthing with the portrait of George VI but issued during the reign of Elizabeth II as George VI died on 6 February 1952.
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SKU: UFA52X
£7.50

George VI (1937-1952), Bronze Farthing dated 1952. Brilliant Uncirculated condition.

Obverse: Head of King George VI facing left with legend around

Reverse: Wren - designed by Harold Wilson Parker, with date above and denomimation below.

The 1952 Farthing, although bearing the head of King George VI, was issued during the reign of Queen Elizabeth II due to the untimely death of George VI on 6 February 1952 when the coins had already been prepared for circulation.

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