Pair of Victoria JH & OH Threepences EF

A dealer sold us a small bag of very nice condition Victorian Threepences. Now they have been cleaned in the past, so they are very bright and shiny, but some of us like our silver shiny! The Jubilee Heads are all dated 1887, the Old or Veiled Head could be any date from 1893 to 1901. They are being offered as a pair in Extremely Fine condition, some of the 1887s are better. At least 123 years old and made of sterling silver, these Victorian threepences are great.
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SKU: CVV1001
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