Great Britain Silver & Bronze Coins
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ELIZABETH I - QUEEN VICTORIA, Elizabeth I, 1558-1603, sixth issue, silver shilling (S.2577) with large scratch on face and repair at top edge from mounting; Anne, after the Union, fourth bust, shilling, 1711 (S.3618) small pierced hole at top; George IIII, shilling, 1824(S.3811); Queen Victoria, young head, halfcrowns, 1848, 1878 (S.3888, 3889) (2), shillings, 1867,1881 (S.3904, 3907) (2), pennies, 1841 no colon after REG, 1853 (S.3948) (2), halfpenny, 1859 (S.3949); Edward VI, Maundy fourpence, 1903 (together with a 1903 Maundy set case), halfpenny, 1902, one third farthing, 1902 (S.3988, 3991, 3992) (3); also Queen Victoria Jubilee head sixpence, 1887 with enamelled reverse; Bristol silver shilling token, issued by royal licence type. The Queen Victoria copper coins cleaned, otherwise good - extremely fine. (15 + case)
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ELIZABETH I - QUEEN VICTORIA, Elizabeth I, 1558-1603, sixth issue, silver shilling (S.2577) with large ...