Great Britain 1835 3 pence
This silver three pence or "thrup'ny bit" was struck during the reign of William IV, king of Britain 1830-37. The type was struck 1831-37 tho the 1831-33 dates were struck only for the Maundy sets. The type is not easy to find.
Recorded mintage: 2,904 struck for Maundy sets plus 491,000 struck for circulation.
Specification: 1.41 g, .925 fine silver, .042 troy oz ASW.
Catalog reference: KM 710.
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