The 1926 UK sixpence obverse features
the bare head of King George V facing
left, with the surrounding legend:
'GEORGIVS V DEI GRA:BRITT:OMN:REX'
The reverse shows a lion standing on the
royal crown, with the date divided to either
side. The main design is surrounded by a
legend reading 'FID: DEF: IND: IMP:',
with the word 'SIXPENCE' below.
Further detail in notes
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UK 6 pence
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||George V (1911 - 1936)
|Composition||50 % silver
|Mintage||approx. 21,809,261 (inc
|Scarcity||modified effigy: relatively
|Reverse||George de Saulles
Notes: - obv design change, smaller head, longer
rim denticals, BM further to right of neck truncation
- images courtesy of UK Coinage
What is a 1926 United Kingdom sixpence coin worth?
Values, images, and specifications for the 1926 UK six pence.
(Great Britain, England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland) (modified effigy variety)
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