¼ Anna King George VI Coins 1938-1942
In today’s article, we are going to know about One Quarter Anna King George VI most valuable coins. Many of you will definitely have such coins and you would like to know how much value you can get in today’s time for these coins.
In today’s article, we have brought complete information about these One Quarter Anna coins for you, so read this article carefully because here we are going to give you detailed information about coins along with the price of coins. Are you got the King George VI coin,
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These coins of King George VI were in common circulation from 1938 to 1942 AD, before that King George V coins were circulation from 1911 to 1936 AD. King George VI was the last ruler whose portrait was made on Indian coins after that India became independent in 1947 and the portrait of any ruler was stopped making on any of these Indian coins.
One Quarter Anna Coin of King George VI Features
|Type of Coin||Standard circulation coin|
|Year of Launch||1938 to 1942|
|Face Value||One Quarter Anna|
One Quarter Anna Coin of King George VI Design
If we talk about the design of these coins of One Quarter anna.
In the front part of this coin, you can see a picture of King George VI, along with this George King VI emperor is written in English on the coin.
On the other side of the coin, you can see One Quarter Anna India, and below it is the year and its Mint Mark of the coin.
One Quarter Anna King George VI coins were minted in Mumbai and Kolkata mints.
One Quarter Anna King George VI Coin Value
You must have seen such information on the Internet, where these coins have been described as lakhs and crores of rupees. but in reality, these coins are not worth that much money.
So let’s find out which One Quarter Anna coins can be most valuable. Such type of One Quarter Anna is the most valuable coin of King George VI, among them the most valuable. the coin is in 1941 which was made in Bombay Mint and at present, the price of this coin is from ₹ 5000 to ₹ 6000 in UNC condition. If you don’t know how to identify the mint mark you can watch above video for detailed information about mint marks.
Apart from this, if we talk about the price of other coins, then you can get a price of ₹ 25 to ₹ 200 at the present time and this will depend on the condition of the coin.
|One Quarter Anna Coin price list||Fine to Extra Fine||UNC|
|One Quarter Anna Coin 1938 Calcutta Mint, Bombay Mint||₹60 to ₹80||₹120 to ₹200|
|One Quarter Anna Coin 1939 Calcutta Mint, Bombay Mint||₹35 to ₹60||₹100 to ₹120|
|One Quarter Anna Coin 1940 Calcutta Mint, Bombay Mint||₹35 to ₹60||₹100 to ₹120|
|One Quarter Anna Coin 1941 Bombay Mint||₹1000 to ₹3000||₹5000 to ₹6000|
|One Quarter Anna Coin 1941 Calcutta Mint||₹60 to ₹80||₹120 to ₹200|
|One Quarter Anna Coin 1942 Bombay Mint||₹60 to ₹80||₹120 to ₹200|
|One Quarter Anna Coin 1942 Calcutta Mint||₹35 to ₹60||₹100 to ₹120|
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