WILLIAM IV SILVER PENNY
1830-1837
The William IV silver penny is the smallest of the Maundy coinage.
Silver pennies were not in circulation but they were still minted for
a tradition known as Maundy Money, where the Monarch gave
poor people in a parish a silver four pence (groat), a silver
threepence, a silver twopence and a silver penny.
Traditionally the number of poor people given these sets during a
maundy ceremony was equal to the same years as the
sovereign's life .


          1830-1837 Silver, 0.5 grams, 11mm Diameter.
William IV Silver Penny
1830-1837
GEORGE IV
GEORGE III
GEORGE II
GEORGE I
ANNE
WILLIAM III
WILLIAM & MARY
VICTORIA
EDWARD VII
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GEORGE V
GEORGE VI
WILLIAM IV
EDWARD VIII
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JAMES II
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