George V, Threepence 1936 Uncirculated

The 1936 Silver Threepence is the last one to be struck with the portrait of King George V on it. He died in early 1935, his son King Edward VIII took over and most of the coins, while they might have George V’s portrait on them, they were actually struck under Edward VIII. In December his brother became King George VI. These are Uncirculated Silver Threepences of 1936, and yes they are also known as the coins of the Year of Three Kings. Struck in 500 fine silver, they are very high-grade and will look great in your collection.
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