This handsome collection is part of the Premier Range of genuine British pre-decimal coins consisting of a Halfpenny first issued by the Royal Mint in 1672 and withdrawn from circulation in 1967, Britannia Penny (1672-2008), Penny (1797-1967), Threepence (1937-1967), Sixpence (1551-1967) and a Shilling (1548-1967). It is displayed behind glass in a very attractive wood frame made in Edinburgh for years of enjoyment and pride of ownership.
The Royal Collection of British Pre-Decimal Coins
The Royal Collection of British Pre-decimal Coins
Assembled by Coinage Studios in England.
All coins issued by the Royal Mint.
The handsome Royal Collection of genuine British Pre-decimal Coins has been one of our more popular framed sets. It includes:
Halfpenny. First issued in 1672 and withdrawn from circulation in 1967 when Britain converted its
currency to the decimal system. (called a Pronounced haypkee.)
Britannia Penny (100 pennies = one British Pound Sterling). Penny.
Brass Three-pence (pronounced “thrupknee”) or (thrupknee bit)…1/4th of a Shilling.
Sixpence ( Equal to six pennies, two = one Shilling).
Shilling ( twelve shillings = one British Pound Sterling).