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Live auction - fwo_636014 - CANADA - GEORGE VI Essai de frappe 25 Cents Laiton 1937 -

CANADA - GEORGE VI Essai de frappe 25 Cents Laiton 1937 - MS
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Type : Essai de frappe 25 Cents Laiton
Date: 1937
Mint name / Town : -
Metal : brass
Diameter : 23,97 mm
Orientation dies : 6 h.
Weight : 6,10 g.
Edge : striée
Rarity : R3
Coments on the condition:
La monnaie présente de petites taches de part et d’autre
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : GEORGIVS VI D:G/REX ET IND:IMP:.
Obverse description : Portrait à gauche du Roi Georges VI.

Reverse


Reverse legend : CANADA // 1937.
Reverse description : Caribou et valeur 25 / CENTS dans le champ.

Commentary


Il s’agit d’essai de frappe en laiton destinée à remplacer les monnaies de circulation de 5 Cents en nickel, de 10 et 25 Cents en argent. Le laiton ne fut pas adopté pour ces valeurs faciales.

Historical background


CANADA - GEORGES VI

(12/05/1937-6/02/1952)

George VI (14/12/1895-6/02/1952) is the youngest son of George V and Mary Treck. He is the brother of Edward VIII succeeded George V 20 January 1936, but is forced to abdicate on December 11 of that year because he had decided to marry Mrs Wallis Warfield Simpson, divorced twice, and because its Germanophilism strongly displeased the circles of power in England. George VI was crowned 12 May 1837. He has two daughters, Elizabeth and Margaret. During the Second World War, he became a symbol of British resistance against Nazism. After the war, he must approve in 1947 the independence of the Indian Empire, which after a horrible civil war, is divided to form India and Pakistan. He died of cancer in 1952.

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