Scarce Opportunity - Own four UK coins issued the year Her Majesty's r
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Scarce Opportunity - Own four UK coins issued the year Her Majesty's reign began

UK 1952 Coin Set Lifestyle
UK 1952 Coin Set In Capsules Lifestyle
1952 Six Pence
1952 Half Penny
1952 Three Pence
1952 Farthing
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Scarce Opportunity - Own four UK coins issued the year Her Majesty's reign began

• A set of the only 4 original coins issued in 1952 – the year of Her Majesty’s reign began

• Each coin is encapsulated and the set is housed in a presentation box

• Includes the scarcest 20th century circulating Sixpence

• The ideal set to mark Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee

• Very limited numbers available


Why I recommend the 1952 UK Coin Set…

Just 4 coins were issued in 1952 – the Sixpence, Threepence, Halfpenny and Farthing. This was due to the death of King George VI on 6 February that year.

Of course, that was the day that his daughter Elizabeth would become our Queen.

The coins are very difficult to source, with the 1952 Sixpence being remarkably rare compared to other Sixpences around the time. Just over 1m were issued in 1952 compared to 40m the year before and 70m the year after.

As we mark Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee this year, there has never been a better time to own this scarce collection of coins.

Alex Hanrahan, Managing Consultant

UK 1952 Coin Collection

Price £145.00 (+ £3.99 p&p)
Application Ref: 185 142H 0
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Price £145.00 (+ £3.99 p&p)

Specifications

  • UK 1952 Coin Collection
  • 1952 Halfpenny
  • 1952 Threepence
  • 1952 Sixpence
  • 1952 Farthing
  • Finish: Circulated

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
CPM does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.

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