Edward VII, Sixpence (Silver) Very Good

Edward VII Silver Sixpence. Very Good. They struck coins for King Edward VII from 1902 until 1910, a rather short reign. But then again he had to wait for Queen Victoria to pass away and she lived quite a long time. All of his silver coins are struck in Sterling Silver and the most difficult denomination to get is the Sixpence.
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SKU: CEG5461
£14.50
Products specifications
Attribute nameAttribute value
MonarchEdward VII 1901 - 1910
Pre-Decimal DenominationSixpence (Tanner)
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