Copper coin with hole at the centre. The obverse shows elephant tusks and an embossed number '10' surrounded by embossed lettering which reads, 'EAST AFRICA 1951'. Reverse shows embossed lettering 'TEN CENTS' surmounted by a crown and with scroll decoration surrounded by embossed lettering which reads, 'GEORGIUS SEXTUS REX'. Previously asscociated with inventory number MSS.687.
Given to the National Trust with Snowshill Manor in 1951 by Charles Paget Wade.