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1838 Victoria Silver Twopence
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Victoria Silver Twopence 1838

Only two years were issued for normal circulation one in 1848 and one we have here for 1838. The others were issued in the Maundy money sets
Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Silver Medallion

Struck by the Royal Mint in sterling silver to celebrate the Jubilee and as 2012 will be our Queen’s 60th Anniversary, these commemoratives will sit
Queen Victoria Silver Three-halfpence

These tiny coins were originally struck for use in the British Colonies which were at the time using imperial currency Although
William IV Silver Three Halfpenny Queen Victoria Quarter Farthing 1839-1868 George III Silver Eighteen Pence 1812 - 1816 Bull Head Type
William IV Silver Halfpenny 1834-1837

The first half penny was struck during the reign of Edward I and the last in 1970 which was a Proof Half Penny.
Queen Victoria Quarter Farthing 1839-1868
George III Silver Eighteen Pence 1811 - 1812

By the early 1800's, Britain's finances were in a deplorable state. The bank of England organised emergency issues by counter stamping and over striking
George III Silver Eighteen Pence 1811 Queen Victoria Silver Set 1887-1893 Queen Victoria Silver Set 1887-1893
George III Silver Eighteen Pence 1811

By the early 1800's, Britain's finances were in a deplorable state. The bank of England organised emergency issues by counter stamping and over striking
Queen Victoria Silver Set 1887-1893 in F/VF Condition

1887 saw one of the biggest celebrations of Queen Victoria’s life. New coins were designed and are now known as Jubilee Head coinage.
Queen Victoria Silver Set 1887-1893 in EF Condition

1887 saw one of the biggest celebrations of Queen Victoria’s life. New coins were designed and are now known as Jubilee Head coinage.

George III Bank Of England Dollar 1804
George III Bank Of England Dollar 1804

This is a most unusual crown for Britain and of course now very scarce. Issued in the reign of George III they were re-struck from the captured Spanish American 8