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George V Threepence Victoria Young Head Silver Threepence 1859-1887 Edward VII Threepence 1902-1910
George V Threepence 1920-36
Latest Price: £3.50

A George VI Silver threepence .In 1919, the Royal Mint decided to reduce the silver value of its future coins down from 0.925 to 0.500, so coins minted 1920 onwards have a lower silver content. this continued until until 1946.

All threepences will be in fine and better condition

We have looked into our archives and found that we have never offered this coin before. These young head silver threepences are in fair/fine condition and date between 1859-1887. One for the Christmas pudding. Fine Condition
Silver threepences' from Edward VII in F/VF condition.
Victoria Jubilee Head Silver Threepence coin 1946 George VI  Brass Threepence W.W.II. Brass threepence set
1946 George VI Brass Threepence
Latest Price: £15.00
W.W.II. Brass Threepence Set
Latest Price: £18.00

Victoria Jubilee Head Silver Threepence

These silver threepence's were issued between 1887 to 1892. There nickname or street name was known as a silver joey. Also issued in the Maundy sets

Key date Coinage

Many years ago, in sterling coinage days collectors searched their change avidly to find key date coinage. Nowadays it's not possible so coins like these fine condition 1946 threepences are very elusive.
W.W.II. Brass threepence

The brass threepence was first introduced in 1937 to coincide with the 1937 Coronation of George VI . It soon became a very popular coin and was minted continuously until 1967 when its life ended
1949 Brass Threepence George V Scarce Silver Threepences 25-26-28-30 George VI Silver Threepence 1943
1949 George VI Brass Threepence
Latest Price: £18.00

British Key Date Coinage

The wording key date is used when coins of particular types and years have a low mintage

Scarce George V Threepence 1925, 26, 28 and 30 all of which are keenly sought by collectors. The Rare British 1943 Silver Threepence of George VI

At the height of World War II Britain was still producing it's coinage. However the war costs were spiralling out of all recognition and it was decided to withdraw the
George VI Brass Threepence in EF Condition Georgian Bag of Silver Threepenny Pieces 1944 George VI Silver Threepence
George VI Brass Threepence in EF Condition

The new 12 sided brass threepence issues in 1937 with the crowning of the King George Vi, with a view of taking over from the silver threepence of the same period
Georgian Bag of Silver Threepenny Pieces

Every year we include these coins in the Christmas catalogue and each year sales get better and better. "The Silver Joey" - no not an Australian kangaroo but the British
George VI Silver Threepence 1944

Amazingly we have found a small quantity of these rare George VI silver threepenny pieces in the USA. Most times we only have one or two pieces in stock, so you can
Queen Victoria Old Head Silver Threepence 1893 - 1901 Charles II Threepence 1660 - 1685 in F/VF Condition Silver Threepence of George III 1762-1763
Queen Victoria Old Head Silver Threepence 1893 - 1901

This coin can be found quite easily in circulated condition but it is far more difficult in top grade. We have a few in unc condition. A very
Charles II Threepence 1660 - 1685

The restoration of the Monarchy after Cromwell once again saw the Kings head on the countries coinage. This small silver threepence
Silver Threepence of George III 1762-1763 in VF and Better

Struck for just two years at the beginning of his reign these silver coins are dated 1762/3. Very popular with all collectors because of their VF/EF condition
Queen Anne 1702 - 1714 Silver Threepence in Fine to Very Fine Condition William & Mary Silver Threepence 1689 -1694 In F/VF Condition
Queen Anne 1702 - 1714 Silver Threepence

Just about 300 years ago Queen Anne acceded to the British throne on the death of William III. Despite having seventeen children, thirteen died at birth, the others not
William & Mary Silver Threepence 1689 -1694 In F/VF Condition
Eagerly sought after, these threepenny pieces with their most unusual conjoined busts were only struck for six years until the death of