Queen Elizabeth I Silver Tudor Threepence
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The Last Silver Tudor Threepence

Reverse with green book and red surface
Obverse with green book and red surface
Obverse and Reverse
Capsule Obverse and Reverse
Capsule in display box beside close-up of capsule

The Last Silver Tudor Threepence

It’s not every day you could own a coin over 400 years old – but today you could!

You have a chance to own a genuine Tudor coin issued under the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.

Elizabeth I Silver Tudor Coin

These coins are incredibly difficult to source, not just because of their age but because they are the last ever Tudor threepence to be issued, making them very sought-after.

Over the years, silver coins such as this have been melted down for their precious metal content, so the fact they've survived over 400 years is exceptional.

Special obverse design

On the obverse of the threepence, Queen Elizabeth I requested a rose to be placed behind her portrait to identify the threepence from other denominations.

Only 30 available

Importantly, we have only 30 genuine silver Tudor threepences available for Westminster Collectors, and we wouldn’t want you to miss out.

The good news is that for a deposit of ONLY £36.50 (+p&p), you can secure yours today, followed by nine further interest-free monthly instalments.

Click ‘Add to basket’ to ensure you don’t miss out.

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Price £365.00 (+ £4.99 p&p)

Specifications

  • Country of Issue: United Kingdom
  • Year of Issue: 1561 - 1578
  • Weight:0.8g (approx)
  • Diameter: 19mm (approx)
  • Obverse: Queen Elizabeth I
  • Reverse: Quartered Shield of Arms
  • Metal: Silver

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