|GEORGE V PENNY
|The obverse is by Bertram Mackennal. A small "BM" can be found on the
bottom back end of the bust.
While the reverse contains the words "ONE PENNY" above a seated picture
of Britannia with a date below.
During 1912, 1918 & 1919 some coins were minted at Ralph Heaton &
Sons, Birmingham and in 1918 and 1919 some were also minted at Kings
Coins minted at Ralph Heaton & Sons, have a small H mintmark just left of
the date. Where as coins minted at Kings Norton, Birmingham have a small
KN just left of the date.
The head was modified in 1926 and some small changes were made to the
During 1928-1936 the size of George V head was reduced. These pennies
are sometimes called the small head obverse.
1911-1936 Bronze, 9.5 grams, 31mm Diameter.
|George V Penny
|George V Penny Varieties