Australia, Edward VII, threepence 1910, Very Fine

The first and last threepence of Edward VII for Australia
Availability: In stock
SKU: FAU1105
£14.95

In 1910 Australia struck its first Silver coins, they carried the portrait of King Edward VII. These were the first and last coins for this Monarch as he died that year. So these important Silver coins of Australia are the only Edward VII coins you can get from that country.

Here we offer the smallest of the silver coins, the threepence.

But supplies are limited

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