George VI - Old 1 Pice Indian coin with Hole Price List and Value

George VI One pice coins were minted by the British East India Company during the year 1943 to 1947. ¬†These coins were minted in the alloy of Copper. It is circular and it has a hole in middle. It’s diameter is about 21.4mm. This coin weight is about 1.94gm. It’s thickness is about1.14mm.¬†

* Price based on market averages

Obverse : Center Hole, Value, Imperial Crown and Year

George VI - One Pice Hole Coin India 1947

Reverse: Wreath Surounds hole of Vile Leaves Design

George VI - Coin 1947

Period: 1943 to 1947

Metal: Copper

Weight: 1.94 gm

Size (Diameter): 21.4mm

Thickness: 1.0mm

Shape : Round with Hole

Year : 1943

1 pice coin value

Bombay Mint Price :
Fine : 10 to 20
Very Fine: 25 to 32
Extra Fine: 35 to 50
Uncirculated (UNC): 70 to 80

Calcutta :
Fine: 12 to 20
Very Fine: 25 to 32
Extra Fine: 35 to 50
Uncirculated (UNC): 75 to 85

Year : 1944

Bombay :
Fine: 15 to 22
Very Fine: 25 to 30
Extra Fine: 35 to 50
Uncirculated (UNC): 70 to 80

(Rare Coin) Calcutta :
Fine: 100 to 120
Very Fine: 250 to 300
Extra Fine: 350 to 500
Uncirculated (UNC): 900 to 1000

Mint: Lahore
Fine: 18 to 30
Very Fine: 50 to 60
Extra Fine: 100 to 125
Uncirculated (UNC): 300 to 350

Year: 1945

1 pice 1945 coin value

Mint: Bombay
Fine: 11 to 20
Very Fine: 25 to 30
Extra Fine: 35 to 50
Uncirculated (UNC): 70 to 80

Mint: Calcutta
Fine: 15 to 20
Very Fine: 25 to 30
Extra Fine: 40 to 50
Uncirculated (UNC): 75 to 82

Mint: Lahore
Fine: 20 to 30
Very Fine: 50 to 65
Extra Fine: 110 to 125
Uncirculated (UNC): 300 to 350

Year: 1947

Mint: Bombay
Fine: 12 to 22
Very Fine: 25 to 32
Extra Fine: 35 to 50
Uncirculated (UNC): 70 to 80

Mint: Calcutta
Fine: 15 to 20
Very Fine: 27 to 30
Extra Fine: 40 to 50
Uncirculated (UNC): 70 to 80

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