1835 GB & Ireland silver threepence (William IV). The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin

O’Brien Coin Guide: GB & Ireland Silver Threepences of William IV

Introduction: After the Great Recoinage of 1817 the silver threepence was primarily produced for the Maundy Ceremony. It was not until 1845, during the reign of Queen Victoria, that the threepence was struck for general circulation in Great Britain and Ireland. In the interim, a short run of silver threepences were minted in London for…