George V, Threepence Sterling Silver, 1916

This King George V Threepence is dated 1916, issued during World War One, and most importantly is struck in Sterling Silver. Our coinage would be struck in Sterling Silver for just 3 more years. The coins are in Fine condition and have the bare head portrait of the King on one side and a crowned ‘3’ on the other side. A nice coin to add to your collection and it is 102 years old.
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SKU: U3D16
£6.95
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