George VI, C & H Gold Plated Silver Threepence

The firm of Carpenter & Howlett were known for their modern enameled coins. But what most people didn’t realize is that they gold plated the coins before they enameled them. Below are the final lot of C &H Gold plated coins. They look great the prices are very reasonable.
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SKU: CHE435
£4.95
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