Both George VI 1937 Coronation Threepences

In 1937 George VI was finally crowned. The Royal Mint issued a new coin that year the brass threepence, but they also continued to make a silver threepence. We have pairs of both 1937 Coronation threepences to offer you. The coins are in circulated condition, that means that they were actually used, unlike some of today’s coins which are made only for collectors and none actually circulate. You get the 1937 silver threepence and the ‘new’ 1937 brass threepence, the first year of issue of a totally new coin.
Availability: In stock
SKU: CGI1937
£9.50
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