Australia, 1936 Silver Threepence

Looking at this Australian silver Threepence you would say it is a King George V Threepence. But most likely it was struck in the ten months that Edward VIII was King and it could even have been minted under King George VI. It is the last dated Threepence of King George V, that is it is dated 1936, the year of three kings. The coins are silver and are in Very Good-Fine condition. We only have a small quantity and it is your choice which King they are.
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SKU: FAU1055
£8.95
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