Splendidly constructed with an oval base, this silver coin has been infused with a reinforced degree of gravitas and brilliance: the former side of the coin bears inscriptions woven around the regnal bust of King George V, the former Emperor of the British realms; the inscriptions, on the contrary, boldly and marvellously proclaim the credentials of the said former monarch. In this uncanny replication, the king is adorned with the royal crown, whose sheer magnificence and prestige precede themselves.
Circular embossed elements are rampant in a radial fashion across the inscriptions, and the subtle elegance of the monarch is exemplified by the passage of the inscriptions. On the contrary, the latter side of the silver coin is chiseled with a litany of thematic elements that owe their origin to the Renaissance Revival architectural paradigm that intends to resuscitate the relics of a glorious cultural past. A delectable array of floral elements play truant across the surface, which have been tinted with a veneer of golden to render them impervious to the elements.
To maintain consistency, this side bears radial circular elements as well, which have been embossed rather delicately. The inscription on this side attests to the silver coin’s credentials and bona fides, which has been duly hallmarked with a value of 999, and is considered to be one of the most prized and pure instances of silver. This silver coin bears a chiliadal fineness of 925 and is appropriate for a litany of occasions such as wedding ceremonies and anniversaries, baby showers, festivals such as Diwali and Dussehra, and corporate awards.