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S4077 : Click Images to Enlarge
Gold Half-sovereign of George VI (1937)
Diameter: 19.30mm
Weight: 3.9940g
Fineness: .917 Gold, .083 Copper
Gold Content: 0.1177 oz
Obv: Bare head of George VI left
GEORGIVS VI D:G:BR:OMN:REX F:D:IND:IMP.
Rev: St George on horseback right, slaying dragon
1937
These Proofs were not issued for general circulation but rather only for the Specimen Sets of 1937. This type and S4074, S4075, and S4076 were the only gold coins struck under George VI. A Matt Proof also exists but is extremely rare.
YearMintage YearMintage YearMintage
1937-Prf5,501
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