Charles III 2024 Silver 1/10 Britannia

The smallest silver coin issued by the Royal Mint is the 1/10th Britannia, containing one tenth of an ounce of pure silver. Under the late Queen Elizabeth II, they only issued it once in uncirculated condition and that was in 2006. They have just released the first ever 1/10th Britannia for King Charles III dated 2024. This coin has a nominal face value of 20 Pence and they are in Prooflike Uncirculated condition. The last lot we had sold out very quickly but the rise in the cost of silver has meant that we had to increase our price slightly.
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SKU: CCD8724
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