Edward VII, Sixpence Uncirculated

King Edward VII was the son of Queen Victoria. He waited so long to take the throne that his coinage was only struck from 1902-1910. Here we offer King Edward VII's Sixpence. Because the coins of Edward VII are struck in such low relief you need a very high-grade coin to appreciate the engraving. On these coins, you can even see that he had some hair. Dates will be of our choice but they will be either 1902, the first year of issue, or 1910 the last year. of issue. In either case, they will be in Uncirculated condition some of them are even beautifully toned.
Availability: In stock
SKU: CEG5462
£115.00
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