William III, Sixpence Very Good

William III was a Dutchman who married Mary and they ruled as William and Mary. When she died he continued ruling as King William III from 1694-1702. We offer Sterling Silver sixpences of King William III. Because during his reign there was ‘The Great Re-Coinage’ there many different varieties to collect. Dates will be of our choice but all these silver sixpences will be over 300 years old and in Very Good condition. Supplies are very limited and well worth having.
Availability: In stock
SKU: CWC5410
£85.00
Products specifications
Attribute nameAttribute value
MonarchWilliam III 1694 - 1702
Pre-Decimal DenominationSixpence (Tanner)
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