Minted in Ralph Heaton Birmingham in the first year of the First World War this coin has survived in very good shape.
An interesting year for numismatics given how may of these coins would be melted down for the war efffort.
A key year in reasonable condition.
This one with H under the scroll.
Please see the pictures.
1911-1936 All One Penny coins in this period were as follows.
Diameter 30.8 mm
Weight 9.45 grams
Edge – Plain
Bronze composition: 97% copper, 2.5% zinc, 0.5% tin.
Obverse: Has a portrait of King George V by Sir Edgar B. Mackennal
Reverse: The words „ONE PENNY“ within a circle designed by W.H.J Blakemore
There were in total 5 varites of One Penny coins minted between 1911 and 1966 when decimalisation occured.
Mints: H – Birmingham M – Melbourne S- Sydney
Mint Marks: H – Ralph Heaton Birmingham I – India