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Picture of 10 Silver Threepences for Christmas Pudding

10 Silver Threepences for Christmas Pudding

The Royal Mint Stopped making silver threepences for circulation in 1944, but the later dates are more difficult to find, as most were made for export. We have just bought a huge lot of King George V and King George VI Silver Threepences, 2,300 pieces to be exact. At Christmas, these are used as gifts and also to go into the Christmas pudding. the person who finds it gets a present. These are not separated either by type or date, when the order comes in, someone will just count them out and put them in an envelope. They make excellent holiday gifts. They are circulated but there are no dogs, we made sure of that. A great Christmas Gift!
£32.50
Picture of 100 Silver Threepences for Christmas Pudding

100 Silver Threepences for Christmas Pudding

The Royal Mint Stopped making silver threepences for circulation in 1944, but the later dates are more difficult to find, as most were made for export. We have just bought a huge lot of King George V and King George VI Silver Threepences, 2,300 pieces to be exact. At Christmas, these are used as gifts and also to go into the Christmas pudding. the person who finds it gets a present. These are not separated either by type or date, when the order comes in, someone will just count them out and put them in an envelope. They make excellent holiday gifts. They are circulated but there are no dogs, we made sure of that. A great Christmas Gift!
£250.00
Picture of 25 Silver Threepences for Christmas Pudding

25 Silver Threepences for Christmas Pudding

The Royal Mint Stopped making silver threepences for circulation in 1944, but the later dates are more difficult to find, as most were made for export. We have just bought a huge lot of King George V and King George VI Silver Threepences, 2,300 pieces to be exact. At Christmas, these are used as gifts and also to go into the Christmas pudding. the person who finds it gets a present. These are not separated either by type or date, when the order comes in, someone will just count them out and put them in an envelope. They make excellent holiday gifts. They are circulated but there are no dogs, we made sure of that. A great Christmas Gift!
£75.00
Picture of 5 Silver Threepences for Christmas Pudding

5 Silver Threepences for Christmas Pudding

The Royal Mint Stopped making silver threepences for circulation in 1944, but the later dates are more difficult to find, as most were made for export. We have just bought a huge lot of King George V and King George VI Silver Threepences, 2,300 pieces to be exact. At Christmas, these are used as gifts and also to go into the Christmas pudding. the person who finds it gets a present. These are not separated either by type or date, when the order comes in, someone will just count them out and put them in an envelope. They make excellent holiday gifts. They are circulated but there are no dogs, we made sure of that. A great Christmas Gift!
£17.50
Picture of Edward VII, Silver Threepence

Edward VII, Silver Threepence

We just bought a large collection of King Edward VII Silver Threepences, the smallest silver coin issued by this Monarch for general usage. We have not checked the dates, but they were issued from 1902-1910. They were stuck in Sterling Silver and are well over 100 years old. We are not going to be sorting them, but just taking them out of the sack as they come. They are in Very Good or better condition and we know they are not easy to get. Everything before King George V is difficult to find, maybe it is because they are so old and struck in Sterling Silver. We offer individual coins here - if you order more than one you will get different dates: we won’t guarantee which dates you will get, but that they will be different. Great coins, the King only had coins for ten years and they are all over 100 years old…
£8.95
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Edward VII, Silver Threepence 1902 VG+

Of all the Monarchs who issued coins in the 20th Century, the most difficult one to get coins from is King Edward VII. That is because his reign was so short, in fact they only issued coins dated from 1902 until 1910. Here offer the 1902 Threepence, the smallest silver coin issued for Edward VII. It was struck in Sterling Silver, and promise that all the coins will be in at least Very Good condition. Remember that this coin is now over 110 years old!
£7.95
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Edward VII, Silver Threepence 1903 VG+

Of all the Monarchs who issued coins in the 20th Century, the most difficult one to get coins from is King Edward VII. That is because his reign was so short, in fact they only issued coins dated from 1902 until 1910. Here offer the 1903 Threepence, the smallest silver coin issued for Edward VII. It was struck in Sterling Silver, and promise that all the coins will be in at least Very Good condition. Remember that this coin is now over 110 years old!
£7.95
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Edward VII, Silver Threepence 1904 VG+

Of all the Monarchs who issued coins in the 20th Century, the most difficult one to get coins from is King Edward VII. That is because his reign was so short, in fact they only issued coins dated from 1902 until 1910. Here offer the 1904 Threepence, the smallest silver coin issued for Edward VII. It was struck in Sterling Silver, and promise that all the coins will be in at least Very Good condition. Remember that this coin is now over 110 years old!
£9.95
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Edward VII, Silver Threepence 1905 VG+

Of all the Monarchs who issued coins in the 20th Century, the most difficult one to get coins from is King Edward VII. That is because his reign was so short, in fact they only issued coins dated from 1902 until 1910. Here offer the 1905 Threepence, the smallest silver coin issued for Edward VII. It was struck in Sterling Silver, and promise that all the coins will be in at least Very Good condition. Remember that this coin is now over 110 years old!
£9.95
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Edward VII, Silver Threepence 1906 VG+

Of all the Monarchs who issued coins in the 20th Century, the most difficult one to get coins from is King Edward VII. That is because his reign was so short, in fact they only issued coins dated from 1902 until 1910. Here offer the 1906 Threepence, the smallest silver coin issued for Edward VII. It was struck in Sterling Silver, and promise that all the coins will be in at least Very Good condition. Remember that this coin is now over 110 years old!
£9.95
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Edward VII, Silver Threepence 1907 VG+

Of all the Monarchs who issued coins in the 20th Century, the most difficult one to get coins from is King Edward VII. That is because his reign was so short, in fact they only issued coins dated from 1902 until 1910. Here offer the 1907 Threepence, the smallest silver coin issued for Edward VII. It was struck in Sterling Silver, and promise that all the coins will be in at least Very Good condition. Remember that this coin is now over 110 years old!
£7.95
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Edward VII, Silver Threepence 1908 VG+

Of all the Monarchs who issued coins in the 20th Century, the most difficult one to get coins from is King Edward VII. That is because his reign was so short, in fact they only issued coins dated from 1902 until 1910. Here offer the 1908 Threepence, the smallest silver coin issued for Edward VII. It was struck in Sterling Silver, and promise that all the coins will be in at least Very Good condition. Remember that this coin is now over 110 years old!
£7.95
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Edward VII, Silver Threepence 1909 VG+

Of all the Monarchs who issued coins in the 20th Century, the most difficult one to get coins from is King Edward VII. That is because his reign was so short, in fact they only issued coins dated from 1902 until 1910. Here offer the 1909 Threepence, the smallest silver coin issued for Edward VII. It was struck in Sterling Silver, and promise that all the coins will be in at least Very Good condition. Remember that this coin is now over 110 years old!
£7.95
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Edward VII, Silver Threepence 1910 VG+

Of all the Monarchs who issued coins in the 20th Century, the most difficult one to get coins from is King Edward VII. That is because his reign was so short, in fact they only issued coins dated from 1902 until 1910. Here offer the 1909 Threepence, the smallest silver coin issued for Edward VII. It was struck in Sterling Silver, and promise that all the coins will be in at least Very Good condition. Remember that this coin is now over 110 years old!
£7.95
Picture of George V, Coins of the Titanic, 1912

George V, Coins of the Titanic, 1912

Well not actually coins that sailed on The Titanic, as those are all at the bottom of the ocean, but rather two coins that were issued in 1912 and could have been used by people who sailed on The Titanic. The two coins are the Sterling Silver Threepence and the bronze Penny of 1912. They were both issued under King George V, who had been King for just 2 years at the time. Both coins are in Very Good condition and you get both Titanic 1912 coins for a very reasonable price.
£8.95
Picture of George V, Rare Threepence, 1925

George V, Rare Threepence, 1925

We don’t know what happened in 1925, but almost all of the coins seem to be Rare and difficult to find. This is the early design of King George V Silver Threepences with the crowned value on the reverse. They are struck in 500 fine Silver and the coins on offer are in Fine or better condition. The only date of this type that is Rarer is the 1926 with the crowned value. You have the bare head of the King on one side and the Crowned value ‘3’ on the other side. This is an important and Rare date and the first time we have had enough to offer them, but supplies are still short and if you want one, please get in quickly…
£9.95
Picture of George V, Real Silver Threepence

George V, Real Silver Threepence

During the reign of King George V, there were two different types of silver coins issued for circulation. The real silver coins that were struck in Sterling Silver and the coins struck in half silver. The real silver coins were only struck from 1911-1919, the half silver coins were struck from 1920-1936. The smallest sterling silver coin issued for general use was the Threepence, also known as a Joey. You have the bare head of the King on one side and the value within a wreath on the other side. Dates will be of our choice, but the more you order the more different dates we will try and give you. The coins are circulated, but in selected circulated condition and they all date from 1911 to 1919 only.
£5.95
Picture of George V, Silver Threepence Fine, 1931

George V, Silver Threepence Fine, 1931

In 1931 the British Pound came off the Gold Standard, Abbey Road Studios was opened and work on RMS Queen Mary was started. The depression was hitting and the Government cut wages for their workers and reduced benefits for everyone. The smallest and still quite useful and valuable silver coin that was issued for circulation was the Threepence also known as the Joey. The design this year had three acorns on the reverse tied to three oak springs. The coins were struck under King George V and minted in 500 fine silver. The coins on offer are in Fine condition and a nice souvenir of a much harder time.
£3.95
Picture of George V, Silver Threepence, 1912

George V, Silver Threepence, 1912

We have just purchased a large lot of King George V Silver Threepences. They are all in nice circulated condition and this month we are offering the 1912 issue. These coins are in very short supply.
£8.50
Picture of George V, Silver Threepence, 1936

George V, Silver Threepence, 1936

1936 was a very unusual year for this country in that there were three Kings on the throne that year. King George V died and his son took over as King Edward VIII and when he abdicated his brother became King George VI. Most of the coins were struck under King Edward VIII but all the coins have the portrait of King George V on them. They are struck in 500 fine Silver and are the last Silver Threepences to have his portrait on them. A silver Threepence of 1936 in selected circulated condition, the year of three kings.
£4.50
Picture of George V, the last Sterling Silver Threepence, 1919

George V, the last Sterling Silver Threepence, 1919

In 1919 the Royal Mint issued the last ever Sterling Silver Threepence for circulation. The next year, 1920, they reduced the silver content in our coins from 925 fine silver to 500 fine silver. King George V was on the Throne and World War I was just over, the economy needed the extra income from less silver in our coinage. We can offer the last ever Sterling Silver Threepence in Fine condition for just £8.50. It shows what inflation does to our money, today there is no silver in our coins just cupro-nickel and even the smallest coins are only copper plated steel.
£8.50
Picture of George V, Threepence Silver, 1916

George V, Threepence Silver, 1916

This King George V threepence is dated 1916, issued during World War I, and most importantly, it is struck in Sterling Silver. Our coinage would be struck in Sterling Silver for just 3 more years. The coins are in Fine condition and have the bare head portrait of the King on one side and a crowned ‘3’ on the other. A nice coin to add to your collection and it is 102 years old.
£6.95
Picture of George V, Threepence Silver, 1931

George V, Threepence Silver, 1931

In 1931 King George V was on the throne and the world was in the height of the Great Depression. Our coins were struck in 500 fine silver and the lowest silver denomination struck was the Threepence. You have the bare head of the King on one side and three acorns on the other side. The coins on offer are all dated 1931 and are in Fine condition. These coins are now 87 years old. They make a wonderful gift or you can use them in the Christmas pudding. In either case, most people under a certain age will never have seen them. Get them while you can.
£4.95
Picture of George V, Threepence Silver, 1933

George V, Threepence Silver, 1933

It was the height of the Depression and Roosevelt had called a ‘Bank Holiday’ and closed all the banks. He later declared it illegal for American citizens to own gold coins. The United States and the world were in a terrible state. Yet under King George V, this country still issued the Threepence in Silver. They were 500 fine Silver and the smallest coin struck in silver in this country. To make people happy the film King Kong came out that same year. The 1933 Silver Threepences we have on offer are in Fine condition and are now 85 years old. If for nothing else, it reminds you that governments will try to forbid their citizens to own gold coins, but not at Coincraft!
£4.95
Picture of George V, Threepence Sterling Silver, 1916

George V, Threepence Sterling Silver, 1916

This King George V Threepence is dated 1916, issued during World War One, and most importantly is struck in Sterling Silver. Our coinage would be struck in Sterling Silver for just 3 more years. The coins are in Fine condition and have the bare head portrait of the King on one side and a crowned ‘3’ on the other side. A nice coin to add to your collection and it is 102 years old.
£6.95