George VI, Scotland, Shilling Uncirculated, 1944
1944 was near the end of the time that the Royal Mint would strike coins in
silver, in fact there were only two years left. At that time they issued
Shillings with either a Scottish or an English reverse. The Scottish coins had
lower mintages and therefore are scarcer.
We have a very small group in high grades, but as supplies are limited, we suggest
you get in as soon as you can. This coin is offered in Uncirculated condition.