India, Edward VIII India Brass

Many collectors only go for silver versions of the Edward VIII series, yet many of the Copper and Brass pieces are very low mintage and much underappreciated. But as the mintages were low, they are in short supply. These are private issued pieces but are listed in Colin Bruce’s Unusual World Coins as published by Krause Publications. Edward VIII India Brass pieces have always been very popular because the Prince of Wales spent a long time in India.
Availability: In stock
SKU: PAT1107
Old price: £39.50
£19.50
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