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Queen Anne Twopence 1702 -1714 in VF Condition Elizabeth I Silver Twopence 1558-1603 Cartwheel Penny George III 1797
Queen Anne Twopence 1702 -1714 in VF Condition
These tiny silver coins were issued in Maundy sets. The idea of Maundy Money was for the Monarch to give these coins to the poor which

This twopence coin shows the head of Elizabeth and the shield on the reverse and in fine condition, struck throughout her reign.

The George III 1797 Cartwheel Penny

The heaviest Cooper coin after the twopence. With a value of just penny you can see why the idea did not take off. The weight, together with the fact that the metal
William and Mary Silver Twopence 1689-1694 Cartwheel twopence George III 1797 Henry VIII Half Groat 1509-1547
Henry VIII Half Groat 1509-1547
Latest Price: £260.00
William and Mary Twopence
The George III 1797 Twopence

In 1797 coinage was short and the government took measures to increase availability. James Watt and Michael Boulton won a contract from the government to strike
Henry VIII Half Groat(twopence)1509-1547

What more can be said about this well known King that is not known by most people even today. The coinage however, is not so well known and these silver half groats do not appear on the market very often. Condition is Fine/VF and obviously quite rare.
Cartwheel twopence George III 1797
The George III 1797 Twopence

In 1797 coinage was short and the government took measures to increase availability. James Watt and Michael Boulton won a contract from the government to strike