Obverse

Center hole, large date, large legends.

The Tudor Crown, also known as the King's Crown or Imperial Crown, is a widely used symbol in heraldry of the United Kingdom. While various crown symbols had been used for this purpose for many years previously, the specific Tudor Crown design was standardised at the request of Edward VII. It was never intended to represent any actual physical crown, although in shape it bears a close resemblance to the small diamond crown of Queen Victoria.

Engraver: Albert Pearson Spencer

1 PICE INDIA
एक पैसा 1945 ایک پیسه

Reverse

Wreath surrounds center hole.

Edge
Characteristics
Material Bronze
Weight 2 g
Diameter 21.32 mm
Thickness -
Shape round with a center hole
Alignment Medal
Mints
Bombay Mint (•)
Bombay Mint (♦)
Calcutta Mint (no mintmark)
Lahore Mint (L)
Pretoria Mint, South Africa (SA)

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