George VI, Silver & Brass Threepence 1937 Unc

In 1937 for the Coronation of King George VI the Royal Mint issued a new coin the Brass Threepence. While they still issued the silver threepence, the brass threepence was the way they were going to go. We are offering the 1937 Coronation threepence in both silver and brass. They are available in Uncirculated condition. First year of issue, Coronation issues struck both in silver, and for the first time, in brass. It just goes to show you what inflation will do. Both King George VI Coronation threepences, silver and brass.
Availability: In stock
SKU: CGI1200
£39.50
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