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1902 Edward VII Coronation Maundy 1D Silver Coin PCGS PL64


1902 Edward VII Coronation Maundy 1D Silver Coin PCGS PL64

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In 1902 to celebrate the Coronation of King Edward VII, the Royal Mint released a very Limited Issue Maundy 1D Onepence Silver Coin struck in solid .925 Sterling Silver Certified Slabbed and Graded by PCGS as PL64.
The reverse design depicts a crowned numeral in a wreath of oak leaves while the obverse features
George William De Saulles portrait of King Edward VII.
Maundy Money, legally called "the Queen's Maundy Money" is a welcoming British coinage given to deserving poor people in a religious ceremony performed, in many periods with the participation of the monarch, on Maundy Thursday, the Thursday before Easter.

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