George VI, Scarce Brass Threepence, circulated, 1946

The key date of the series and getting harder to find.
Availability: In stock
SKU: CGI5969
£12.95

The Brass Threepence was first issued in 1937 and last issued for circulation in 1967. What we consider to be the Key date of the series is the King George VI 1946 issue. It has always been difficult to find in this country because, although struck by the Royal Mint, the coins were sent overseas for use in the Caribbean.
We have recently purchased a nice group of these coins which grade in Fine condition.

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