Victoria, Threepence Type Set

In the long reign of Queen Victoria there were only three major changes between 1838-1901. You have the Young Head, the Jubilee Head and the Old Head, which were used on the coins. All Silver Threepences are struck in Sterling Silver. You will get a Sterling Silver 3 pence of Queen Victoria Young Head, Queen Victoria Jubilee Head and Queen Victoria Old Head in Very Good condition. These are the smallest silver coins that were struck on a regular basis for Queen Victoria. We had trouble getting them, but based on past demand, our supplies should go very quickly. So if you want one or more sets, We suggest that you get in quickly to avoid disappointment...
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SKU: U3DV3
£19.50
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