A pair of 1937 threepence piece variants. George 6th
There are many variants and micro-variants within British coinage and this is one of the micro-variants within the Brass three pence pieces. In 1937 there were a couple of distinct differences in coins,this being one of them. Variants and micro-variants are where my own personal area of collecting gets obsessive.
On one of these coins the "B" of GEORGIVS VI D:G:BR:OMN:REX F:D:IND:IMP on the obverse (head side) points to a corner and on the other example it points to the right of the corner. This is not an error, this is a variation in the die types used.
Both of these coins are in the NVF (near Very Fine) area as they are a little better than fine.
Thank you for looking and please keep an eye out for more interesting coins coming soon.