Victoria, 2 Worn Pennies

We've just found two dates of Victorian bronze pennies dated 1890 and 1891. They are worn and circulated, but they are over 125 years old and have seen a lot of life. It is not the sort of coins that we would normally offer, but we felt making the price reasonable enough, would attract collectors. The dates show but the coins are worn. On the other hand, you can have both the 1890 and the 1891 Queen Victoria Young Head bronze pennies for a special price.
Availability: In stock
SKU: UV1DP
£3.50
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