George Kruger-Gray

The Location of George Kruger-Gray's Initials

George Kruger Gray was a designer, painter, and medallist was a Royal College of Art graduate who designed mostly reverses which he signed "KG" or "G". Kruger's real name was George Edward Kruger. After his marriage in 1918 he adopted his wife's surname.
Designed Australia (All reverse) 1939-1964 1/2 penny, 1938-1964 penny and 3 pence. 1938-1963 shilling, 1927 commemorative florin, 1934-35 commemorative florins, florins: 1938-47, 51-54,56-63, 1937 crown.
For Bermuda designed reverse 1964 crown.
For Canada designed reverse 1937 to present penny and nickel, 1937-1958 50 cents.
For Cyprus designed reverse 1938-1940 9 and 18 piastres, 1928 45 piastres, 1947-1949 florin.
For Great Britain designed 1927-1945 3 pence, 1927-1952 six pence, half crown, 1937-1951 shilling and florin, 1927-1936 crown (except for the 1935 Jubilee crown), 1937 crown.
For Mauritius designed 1 cent, 2 cents, 5 cents, 1/4 and 1/2 rupee 1942-1978 10 cents 1947-1978.
For New Guinea designed 1936-1944 penny, 3 pence, 6 pence, and shilling.
For New Zealand designed 3 pence, 6 pence, shilling, florin, and half crown reverse 1933-1965.
For South Africa designed reverse farthing, half penny, penny, 3 pence, 6 pence, shilling, florin, and half crown 1923-1960, reverse 1960 crown. Reverse 1961-1941 half, two and half, five, ten, and twenty cents.


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