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1. **Denomination:** 1/2 Crown - The face value of the coin.

2. **Year of Issue:** 1948 - The year when the coin was minted.

3. **Country:** Great Britain - The nation associated with the issuance of the coin.

4. **Catalog Designation (KM# 866):** The catalog number (KM# 866) is a reference used by collectors and numismatists to identify and categorize the coin. It is part of the Krause-Mishler catalog, a standard catalog for world coins.

5. **Design:** The design of the coin would typically feature a representation of a significant figure or symbol on the obverse (front) side, and the denomination or other relevant elements on the reverse (back) side.

6. **Composition:** The metal composition of the coin, copper-nickel, can affect its intrinsic value.

7. **Monarch:** The coin may bear the portrait of the reigning monarch at the time of issue. In 1948, King George VI was the reigning monarch.


1948 Great Britain 1/2 Crown KM# 866 Europe Coin UK England

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