This silver coin bears elements that are considered as both perspicuous and baroque. Apropos the former, the coin’s perfectly circular constitution has allowed for the conception of a very fine unassuming silver base, the likes of which manifest only in works of superior craftsmanship. Chiseled with attention to the utmost of subtleties, the obverse side plays hosts to the bust of King George V, who in this frame is seen donning his majestic cloak and crown that represent the collective aspirations of the former British Empire.
The sheer heft and redoubtable nature of his bust cannot be downplayed in the slightest, for the more you gawk at it, the more it occurs to you as to how it has been engraved with true authenticity and an unremitting penchant for superb replication. Inscriptions attesting to the King’s credentials run vertically along the coin, whereas circular elements, a flagship addition prevalent in Beliram’s silver coins, are dotted radially across the edges, lending it a very inimitable appeal.
Moreover, to enhance the outlook of the bust, it has been splashed with a generous veneer of gold, which lends it a characteric glimmer. On the obverse side as well, a similar undying exhibition of Beliram’s coveted craftsmanship is at display, the likes of which have been replicated in the elaborate engraving of Queen Victoria’s bust. Inscriptions attesting to her stature run rampant vertically, as so circular elements embossed in a radial pattern. Burnishing this silver coin’s allure is its chiliadal fineness of 925 and duly hallmarked bonafides. We recommend that you give this for occasions such as wedding ceremonies and anniversaries, baby showers and birthdays, festivals such as Diwali and Dussehra, and corporate events.