British Five Shillings 1960
Obverse: Young laureate bust of HM Queen Elizabeth II right, legend around, engraver's initials on truncation.
Engraver: Mary Gillick.
Legend: ELIZABETH II DEI GRATIA REGINA F·D· - FIVE SHILLINGS. (Elizabeth the Second by the Grace of God Queen Defender of the Faith).
Reverse: The four quarterings of the Royal Arms each contained in a shield and arranged in saltire with, in the intervening spaces, a rose, a thistle, a sprig of shamrock and a leek; in the centre the Crown and in the base the date.
Engraver: Edgar Fuller, Cecil Thomas.
Copper-Nickel,, 28.28g, 38.61mm, reeded edge.
Catalogue: Spink# 4143, KM# 909.
Royal mint, London, 1,024,000.
Grade: Uncirculated, small scratch on the obverse.