George V, Sixpence 1936 Choice Uncirculated

We have just found in a small room a little lot of the 1936 British Silver Sixpences. They are in Choice Uncirculated condition and the date is rather special. In 1936 we had three different Kings, George V, Edward VIII, and of course George VI. While all the coins carry the portrait of King George V, they were actually struck while King Edward VIII was on the throne, he ruled for 10 months in 1936. These are the last George V coins and are in Choice Uncirculated condition. A very small and very nice group of this important 1936 silver sixpence…
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£40.00
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