William IV Silver (Maudy) Fourpence
1831-1837
William IV Silver Fourpence
1836-1837
The silver fourpence is also known as a "groat" a name
given to thick silver coins in the middle ages.

Some coins were issued for currency and they have a
different reverse to the Maundy coins. The reverse of
the regular fourpences feature a seated Britannia and
the words FOUR PENCE. They were minted in 1836 &
1837 only.
The quality of the strike of Maundy set coins tend to be
number 4 in the centre.

  1836-1837 Silver, 1.9 grams, 16mm Diameter.
WILLIAM IV SILVER FOURPENCE
1831-1837
Courtesy of Rob Pearce
www.rpcoins.co.uk
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