Elizabeth II, Brass Threepence Set 1953-1967

The Brass Threepence first came into being at the Coronation of King George VI, the current Queen’s Father. His were made from 1937-1952. When he died in 1952 Princess Elizabeth became Queen Elizabeth II and with great honour she is still serving us today. The Brass Threepence was made under Queen Elizabeth II from the Coronation year 1953 until 1967 when the denomination was no longer made for circulation. The Brass Threepence was an odd shaped strange metal coin but it is one of the most loved of all our modern denominations. After almost a year of negotiations we have managed to buy an incredible hoard of complete dates sets of Queen Elizabeth II Brass Threepences 1953-1967. The sets include all dates including the scarcer ones. It has been some time since we last able to offer this collection and once these sets are gone, it could be quite sometime if ever. We have not wasted money on some fancy presentation because most of our collectors collect coins and not boxes. It also reduced the price we have to ask for these complete collections. You get 1953 (a one year only type coin), 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966 and 1967. All coins are in selected circulated condition. For now we are keeping our price for the whole collection at just under £13, but as we sell out, we tend to raise the price for the collections. Get them now at the best price!
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£12.95
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