Brass Threepence & New £1

A customer asked why the Royal Mint was charging £20.00 for a circulated 1937 brass threepence and the new non-round pound based on the old brass threepence? We looked on their website and saw the pair of coins in a cardboard folder and couldn’t believe my eyes. So thank you. It took some time to get enough 1937 brass threepences to offer them to you, but here goes. You get a nice circulated 1937 George VI brass threepence, the first year that this coin was issued and a Brilliant Uncirculated 2017 non-round pound. Now there is no folder but our price for the pair is £4.95, which means you are not paying £15.05 for a card folder that you wouldn’t want anyway. Our customer was right and he gave us the idea to go out and find the coins and save you a significant amount of money. No card folder is worth all that much money. Buy it from us and you only pay about a quarter of what the Royal Mint wants in a folder.
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SKU: U3DPD
£4.95
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