Palestine coins - Two Mils

The second lowest denomination of all the coins struck.
Struck by the British Royal Mint.

Obv :
 From top to bottom, the obverse design contains the trilingual inscription of Palestine in Arabic, English, & Hebrew. Below the inscription is the date in equivalent in Arabic & English numerals

Rev:
The reverse design contains an olive sprig seven leaves & six berries. The number (2) in English & Arabic numerals (2=٢) is positioned to the left & right respectively of the stem. Surrounding the center design, starting clockwise from the left, is the denomination in Hebrew, English, & Arabic respectively. 



Country : Palestine Under the British
Value : 2 Mils
Year :1927_1946
Weight : 7.77 g
Diameter : 28  mm
Edge : Plain
Shape : Round
Metal :
A)  Bronze: 95.5%copper,3%tin,1.5%zinc  (1927_1941)

B)  Wartime Bronze Alloy: 97%copper,0.5%tin,2.5%zinc  (1942_1945)

C)  Bronze: 95.5%copper,3%tin,1.5%zinc  (1946_1947) 
Mintage :
   1927 : 5.000.000  Proof issues also reportedly struck. Exact mintage undetermined

   1941 : 1.600.000

   1942 : 2.400.000

   1945 : 960.000

   1946 : 960.000

   1947 : 480.000   Entire issue reportedly melted down except for a few specimens


Notes:
1_The 1927 date is the most common.
2_struck 1947:  the entire issue was  melted down.
3_1927 Mintage: 66 pcs.  Proof