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Spencer Collection British Maundy Set Victoria Old Head 1897 - The Number One Finest Set of All Time

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Current Statistics
Rank

1
GPA with Top Bonuses

66.500
GPA Weighted

66.250
Complete

100.00%
Set Rating

66.500

Spencer Collection British Maundy Set Victoria Old Head 1897

Item PCGS # Date Denom Grade PCGS # Pop PCGS # Pop Higher Pop Pop Higher Comments
Penny 203512 1897 1D Mdy PL67 3 1 31
Great Britain, 1D Silver Maundy Victoria Dated 1897, S3943, Old or Veiled Head, an exquisite set carefully graded by PCGS as follows: Penny, MS67; Twopence, MS67; Threepence, MS66; and Fourpence, MS65. A matched original set, each coin with semi-prooflike or highly reflective surfaces, and rich silvery golden iridescence and bluish hues. Wow, what a beautiful set! From the Exeter College Collection
Two Pence 203784 1897 2D Mdy PL67 4 0 40
Great Britain, 2D from Victoria Maundy Set 1897, S3943, Old or Veiled Head, an exquisite set carefully graded by PCGS as follows: Penny, MS67; Twopence, MS67; Threepence, MS66; and Fourpence, MS65. A matched original set, each coin with semi-prooflike or highly reflective surfaces, and rich silvery golden iridescence and bluish hues. Wow, what a beautiful set! From the Exeter College Collection
Three Pence 204047 1897 3D Mdy PL66 7 3 134
Great Britain, 3D from Victoria Maundy Set 1897, S3943, Old or Veiled Head, an exquisite set carefully graded by PCGS as follows: Penny, MS67; Twopence, MS67; Threepence, MS66; and Fourpence, MS65. A matched original set, each coin with semi-prooflike or highly reflective surfaces, and rich silvery golden iridescence and bluish hues. Wow, what a beautiful set! From the Exeter College Collection
Four Pence 204322 1897 4D Mdy PL65 4 7 47
Great Britain, 4D from Victoria Maundy Set 1897, S3943, Old or Veiled Head, an exquisite set carefully graded by PCGS as follows: Penny, MS67; Twopence, MS67; Threepence, MS66; and Fourpence, MS65. A matched original set, each coin with semi-prooflike or highly reflective surfaces, and rich silvery golden iridescence and bluish hues. From the Exeter College Collection