George VI, Threepence (Silver) 1941 Circulated

In 1937 a new brass Threepence coin was introduced by King George VI. But at the same time they continued to also make the threepence in silver. Here we offer the 1941 Silver Threppence in sellected circulated condition. Striking of the silver threepence halted in 1944, so some dates are very difficult to get. We will offer the 1942 and 1943 when we have enough in stock to supply the anticipated demand. But get this one while you can, after all, it is one of the final silver threepences made for everyday use. 1942-1945 were issued for use in the colonies and are much scarcer.
Availability: In stock
SKU: U3D41
£5.95
Products specifications
Attribute nameAttribute value
MonarchGeorge VI 1936 - 1952
Pre-Decimal DenominationThreepence (Joey)
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