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In 1955, a new decimal coinage was struck by the Royal Mint, retaining the pound as the basic unit of currency but now sub-divided into 1000 mils. The coins were pictorial in design, showing a fish to represent the sea, an ingot bearer for the mining industry, a bull’s head for agriculture, a symbolic tree to represent forests, and a ship for trade.
First crowned portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II facing right, wearing the stylized heraldic Tudor Crown.
QUEEN ELIZABETH THE SECOND
Standing figure of Bronze Age man holding copper bar on shoulders, date and denomination below.
GOVERNMENT OF CYPRUS · FIVE MILS