Elizabeth II, Scottish Shilling Collection

During the reign of Queen Elizabeth II the Shilling came to an end. It was originally issued in the reign of King Edward VI and ended in 1966. There were two different types of shillings issued each year- one with the English reverse and one with the Scottish reverse. The Scottish coins are rarer as they struck far less of them. All coins are in selected circulated condition and you get one coin for each date 1953-1966. These sets are not easy to put together today.
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£27.50
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