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George VI, Sixpence Choice Uncirculated, 1947

In 1947 for the first time, the Royal Mint issued coins without any silver in them. The legend would only last 2 years and then it would have to be changed, but the metal content would stay the same. We have high grade examples of this first cupro-nickel Sixpence, but supplies are very limited. This coin comes in 'Choice Uncirculated' condition.
£20.00

George VI, Sixpence Gem Uncirculated, 1944

Here we present a small group of the 1944 King George VI Silver Sixpence on offer. We can offer the World War II 1944 Silver Sixpence in Choice Uncirculated or Gem Uncirculated condition. In either case they are fantastic coins to see and own. But don't forget that supplies are limited.
£35.00

George VI, Sixpence Gem Uncirculated, 1946

In 1947 the Royal Mint removed silver from circulating coinage. So the 1946 dated coins were the last ones to be struck using silver. We have found a small quantity of the King George VI sixpence dated 1946, which is the last silver sixpence ever issued for circulation. The coins on offer are some of the finest you can find, here in Gem Uncirculated. A great opportunity to add the last ever silver sixpence to your collection in wonderful condition…
£25.00

George VI, Sixpence Uncirculated, 1947

In 1947 for the first time, the Royal Mint issued coins without any silver in them. The legend would only last 2 years and then it would have to be changed, but the metal content would stay the same. We have high grade examples of this first cupro-nickel Sixpence, but supplies are very limited. This coin comes in 'Uncirculated' condition.
£10.50

George VI, Sixpence, 1937

After all the problems of the Monarchy that happened in 1936, George VI was finally crowned King George VI in 1937. The new coins included the 1937 Silver Sixpence, for some reason this date is rather difficult to get. The coins on offer are the 1937 Coronation Sixpence in Fine or better condition. It was the last silver Coronation sixpence to be struck and is difficult to find. Add one to your collection, you just might need it.
£8.50

Victoria, JH Sixpence Shield Choice Uncirculated

In 1887 Queen Victoria allowed the Royal Mint to change her portrait on the coinage. After all it was her Jubilee Year and they had used her Young Head portrait since 1838. The new coins came into being, along with a new denomination, the Double Florin in 1887.
£50.00