George V, Threepence 1919 About Unc

In 1919 the Royal Mint struck the last ever Silver Threepence in Sterling Silver. We have some great very high grades examples here offered in About Uncirculated. They were issued under King George V and were the last of the Sterling Silver coinage. Until 1920, British coins were struck in Sterling Silver, this 1919 Threepence is the last one struck that way.
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SKU: U3D19R
£17.50
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