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Mary married William of Orange on 30th April 1662 under Charles II foreign policy. Under their reign together, the "Bill of rights and claims of rights were passed in 1689. They inherited a poor quality coinage with much of it being worn or clipped. Under William the great re-coinage began starting with the halfpennies and farthings Mary died on 28th December 1694 after being a loyal servant to her husband. There were no children.
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William & Mary Silver Threepence 1689 -1694 In F/VF Condition William and Mary Groat/fourpence William & Mary Silver Halfcrown 1689-1694
William and Mary Fourpence
Latest Price: 125.00
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
William & Mary Fourpence

The conjoined heads of these two Monarchs gives a majestic look to these fourpenny Maundy coins.
William and Mary Silver Halfcrown 1689-1694

William and Mary reigned equally from 1689. Did you know William III was the son in law of King James II (Mary Stuarts Father) and also his nephew. The first ever