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Antique Sterling Silver British Three Pence Coin Link Bracelet 1911 To 1920. This silver bracelet consists of 9 genuine British George V Maundy 3 Pence coins. Dates on the coins range from 1911 to 1920. The coins were pierced through in two places on each side and joined to the next coin with a double link. The coins are hammered into a slightly rounded shape The bracelet is in good shape with a tight clasp. Some of the coins are pretty worn and the bracelet could do with a bit of cleaning. The bracelet is 19 cm (7 1/2”) long and is 1.5 cm (5/8”) wide. The coins forming the bracelet date back from:

1911
1913
1916
1918 x 3
1919 x 2
1920


All three pence coins up to 1920 are .925 Sterling silver, from there onwards the coins were minted with .500 Silver (50% silver).

A wonderful and valuable piece to keep and make part of your family heirloom.

Extra information:
Maundy Money: "these coins are part of a maundy money set, the 3 pence, or thruppence. Each year the British crown strikes complete sets of coins and the sets, each in a little leather pouch, are awarded to the deserving poor on Maundy Thursday, the day before Good Friday, in a ceremony that dates back centuries. the clue is the crown on the reverse side of the coin, verifying that they are indeed struck under royal auspices."

Vintage Coin Bracelet - Three Pence Bracelet - British Thruppence Sterling Silver Coins

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