1941 George VI British Silver Threepence

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ITEM NOTES
GENERAL
Type: George VI British Silver Threepence
Origin: Great Britain Cat. Num.: KM# 848
Era / Ruler: George VI Face Value: 3 pence
Issued from: 1937 Issued until: 1945
Alignment: Medal Desgr. / Engr.: H. Paget, K. Gray
Obverse: George VI head left
Reverse: St. George shield on Tudor rose divides date
Edge: Plain
ISSUE
Year: 1941
Mint: The Royal Mint
Mintage: 7,979,000
Scarcity:
20/100
 
Appreciation:
30/100
 
Notes:
Grades & Prices available: ?
<- (EF)
$3.75
<- (AU)
$9.50
$6.99
 
 
 
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SPECIFICATIONS
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.5000
Weight(g): 1.4138g
Weight(Oz): 0.05 Oz
Net Content: 0.02 Oz (0.71g)
Diameter: 16.00mm
Thickness:
DESCRIPTION

The three pence coin — expressed in writing as "3d" — first appeared in England during the fine silver coinage of King Edward VI (1547–1553), when it formed part of a set of new denominations. Although it was an easy denomination to work with in the context of the old sterling coinage system, being a quarter of a shilling, initially it was not popular with the public who preferred the groat (four pence). Hence the coin was not minted in the following two reigns.

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