Complete date set of Edward VII, Silver Threepences Very Good

Of all the Monarchs who issued coins in the 20th Century, the most difficult one to get coins from is King Edward VII. That is because his reign was so short, in fact, they only issued coins dated from 1902 until 1910. We offer the smallest silver coin issued for Edward VII, the Silver Threepence. They are struck in Sterling Silver, here we offer the complete date set in at least Very Good condition. Remember all these coins are now more than 100 years old!
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