New Zealand, Threepence 1943

We have just purchased a group of King George VI Silver Threepences from New Zealand, all were issued during World War II. This was the furthest part of the British Empire at the time and these coins must have had a heck of a journey to get to New Zealand. All coins are in Fine condition and this one was issued in 1943.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FNZ1003
£4.95
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