1954-1967 Great Britain Set


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Now enjoy four obsolete coins from Great Britain, issued during the early years of Queen Elizabeth II's reign! Struck from 1954-1967, these coins became obsolete when their denominations were replaced by decimal coinage in 1971. All are at least 45 years old and feature a youthful portrait of the queen on the obverse. Each features a different reverse design:

  • 1967 Three Pence – Uncirculated – features the crowned portcullis (lattice gate)
  • 1954-67 Six Pence – Circulated – shows an intricate floral pattern
  • 1966 Half Penny – Uncirculated – displays Sir Francis Drake's ship, The Golden Hind
  • 1967 Penny – Uncirculated – depicts Britannia seated

Affordably priced, this historic set is an exciting addition to any collection of world coins. Get yours now!