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UK 6 pence
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||Elizabeth II (1953 - 1967)
|Reverse||Edgar Fuller / Cecil Thomas
- last circulation issue United Kingdom sixpence
- images courtesy of Declan Magee Coins
What is a 1967 United Kingdom sixpence coin worth?
Values, images, and specifications for the 1967 UK six pence.
(Great Britain, England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland)
The 1967 UK sixpence obverse features the
laureate bust of young Elizabeth II facing right,
with the surrounding legend:
The reverse shows four crossed sprigs,
emblems representing the four member former
kingdoms of the United Kingdom: the Tudor
rose of England, leek for Wales, thistle for
Scotland, and shamrock for Ireland.
Above is 'FID DEF' and below is 'SIXPENCE'
and the date.
Further detail in notes
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