GEORGE IV SILVER TWOPENCE
1822-1830
Some silver threepence coins were issued for currency
and some as Maundy sets. The quality of the strike of
Maundy set coins tend to be finer.

Maundy sets were given by Monarch to poor people in
a parish during the Maundey money ceremony. They
consisted of a silver four pence (groat), a silver
threepence, a silver twopence and a silver penny.

The 1822 bust is much smaller than the other dates.

1822-1830 Silver, 1.4 grams, 16mm Diameter.
George IV Silver Threepence
1822
George IV Silver Threepence
1823-1830
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