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  1. I rather fancy off metal strikes of the predecimal 20th C. period, some error and some probably not. One series that interests me are the 1946 "transitional" copper nickel specimens of these - I have not seen actual reference to specimens of them since a 2010 listing picture at Collector Universe of the 1946E shilling in CuNi, which looks rather like a currency version of the 1947. Bull states the 1946E was known from a 1979 SNC listing, but none of the others. Evidently there were 1947E and S struck to proof standard in the old 0.500 silver and Bull claims that he owns (owned?) the former. Can anyone fill out any other information on these coins?