Victoria, Hanover Jack Token Brass VF

Amost interesting British token or jetton. The King of Britain was also the Duke of Hanover, but because the ruling Monarch in this country was a woman, Queen Victoria, she by law could not be Duke of Hanover. Her uncle Ernest Augustus Duke of Cumberland and 5th son of King George III, became Duke of Hanover in her place. These brass tokens show the Duke of Hanover leaving this country to take up his place in Germany. They are Good Very Fine - Extremely Fine condition. An interesting part of our history at a price that will not break the bank.
Availability: In stock
SKU: TVV8835
£6.95
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