For the 1933 penny there are two
consisting of two obverse dies paired with a single reverse die.
The English die has 177 denticles.
The last stroke of the N of OMN is aligned between border beads.
The Indian die has 178 denticles.
The last stroke of the N of OMN points to a border bead.
There is only one die.
For more close up images of this coin,
under the microscope page.
Obverse Dies: The N in OMN
Reverse Dies: The 33 in the Date
Part 6: Twelve Pence to a Shilling -- King George V