The countries of the United Kingdom had Georgivs VI D G BR on their coins from 1937 to 1952. Specifically this would be England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Georgivs, the Latin form of George, was on British coins during the reign of King George VI.
Countries under British rule have the reigning monarch on their currency. The phrase Georgivs VI D G BR was inscribed on British coins during King George VI's monarchy. The inscription indicates whose reign it is, D G stands for the Latin phrase Dei Gratia, meaning by the grace of God, and the BR refers to all British territories.