Australia, Elizabeth II, Silver Threepence 1963 Circulated

Well yes, this is one of the last silver threepences, but they are not from this country. They were issued under Queen Elizabeth II in Australia and they have her portrait on the coins. This 1963 Threepence coin was actually made to be used in everyday transactions. All coins are in selected circulated condition, we will give you the best quality coin in stock when your order is made.
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SKU: FAU1088
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