Coins weigh 3.24 grams, a diameter of 19.05 mm and a thickness of 1.65 mm. They have a composition of (1937-41) .955 copper, .030 tin, .015 zinc; (1942-52) .980 copper, .005 tin, .015 zinc.
The initial obverse had a legend containing the Latin abbreviation ET IND:IMP: meaning the king was also the Emperor of India. The independence of India caused a dilemma for the Mint which resulted in the delay of coinage tools. The mint had to satisfy for all denominations of coins and to differentiate this issue from the regular strikings or 1947, a maple leaf was placed after the date.
2006 $5 .9999 Silver Coin and Stamp Set: Sable Island Horse and Foal
2014 $250 .9999 Silver Kilogram Coin: Year of the Horse
10 oz. .999 Silver Bar (miscellaneous brands)
2012 "F15" Set of 15 Silver Coins from Mints around the World
2001 Uncirculated (Proof-Like) Set of 7 Coins, P
2000 Uncirculated (Proof-Like) Set of 7 Coins, Path of Knowledge, Ottawa Mint
1999 Uncirculated (Proof-Like) Set of 7 Coins
1998 Uncirculated (Proof-Like) Set of 7 Coins, Ottawa Mint