Ireland, The Last Irish Threepence 1968 Uncirculated

The first Irish Threepence was issued in 1928 when it’s first coinage was struck. The last of the Decimal Irish coinage was in 1968. This Threepence is dated 1968 and in Uncirculated condition. You have an Irish hare on one side and an Irish Harp on the other side. 1968 was the date of the last ever Irish Threepence and the coins on offer are in Uncirculated condition, something you will not find in Ireland these days.
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SKU: FIR5905
£2.95
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