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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
Value, Greek archaic image of a flying fish.
GOVERNMENT OF CYPRUS + THREE MILS