George VI - Two Cents
A definitive decimal currency Two cent Nickel Brass coin, a denomination first introduced in 1944 November 15th.
Obverse : Crowned effigy of George VI to left in relief in the center of the legend GEORGE VI KING AND EMPEROR OF INDIA, along periphery. Initials of designer P M in relief below the truncation.
Reverse : The word CENTS superimposed over large numeral 2 and year below. Left Sinhala sather dhecker; Right Tamil 2 Satam, and above CEYLON along periphery.
|195||1944||Cu||30,165,000||1945||Calcutta & Bombay|
Mintage as in Royal Mint reports of 1945
The coin was scaned at 300dpi and the images are displayed at 300dpi.