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New Military Coins from The Royal Mint
ENGRAVED IN HISTORY
New Military Coins from The Royal Mint
ENGRAVED IN HISTORY

Maundy Money - The Making of a Royal Tradition

The distribution of alms has evolved over the centuries as monetary gifts distributed by the monarch or their deputy to a select group of people.

Attended by the British monarch, Royal Maundy is an annual church service held on Maundy Thursday, the Thursday before Easter. Its origin stretches back centuries and over this time it has evolved to include long-standing traditions. One of these traditions is that the monarch distributes monetary gifts consisting of coins that have been specially struck for the occasion known as Maundy money. We are offering a complete set of Maundy coins from the reign of each monarch from Charles II through to Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Maundy money sets have become increasingly popular with collectors due to their unique numismatic appeal, low mintage and the role these coins play in a fascinating ceremony.

Specification

Charles II

Specification Value
Denomination Multi
Alloy .925 Sterling Silver
Quality Circulating
Year 1660-1685
Pure Metal Type Silver
Specification Value
Condition Minimum of Fine

James II

Specification Value
Denomination Multi
Alloy .925 Sterling Silver
Quality Circulating
Year 1685-1688
Pure Metal Type Silver
Specification Value
Condition Minimum of Fine

William & Mary

Specification Value
Denomination Multi
Alloy .925 Sterling Silver
Quality Circulating
Year 1689-1694
Pure Metal Type Silver
Specification Value
Condition Minimum of Fine

William III

Specification Value
Denomination Multi
Alloy .925 Sterling Silver
Quality Circulating
Year 1694-1702
Pure Metal Type Silver
Specification Value
Condition Minimum of Fine

Anne

Specification Value
Denomination Multi
Alloy .925 Sterling Silver
Quality Circulating
Year 1702-1714
Pure Metal Type Silver
Specification Value
Condition Minimum of Fine

George I

Specification Value
Denomination Multi
Alloy .925 Sterling Silver
Quality Circulating
Year 1714-1727
Pure Metal Type Silver
Specification Value
Condition Minimum of Fine

George II

Specification Value
Denomination Multi
Alloy .925 Sterling Silver
Quality Circulating
Year 1727-1760
Pure Metal Type Silver
Specification Value
Condition Minimum of Fine

George III

Specification Value
Denomination Multi
Alloy .925 Sterling Silver
Quality Circulating
Year 1760-1820
Pure Metal Type Silver
Specification Value
Condition Minimum of Fine

George IV

Specification Value
Denomination Multi
Alloy .925 Sterling Silver
Quality Circulating
Year 1820-1830
Pure Metal Type Silver
Specification Value
Condition Minimum of Fine

William IV

Specification Value
Denomination Multi
Alloy .925 Sterling Silver
Quality Circulating
Year 1830-1837
Pure Metal Type Silver
Specification Value
Condition Minimum of Fine

Victoria

Specification Value
Denomination Multi
Alloy .925 Sterling Silver
Quality Circulating
Year 1837-1901
Pure Metal Type Silver
Specification Value
Condition Minimum of Fine

Edward VII

Specification Value
Denomination Multi
Alloy .925 Sterling Silver
Quality Circulating
Year 1901-1910
Pure Metal Type Silver
Specification Value
Condition Minimum of Fine

George V

Specification Value
Denomination Multi
Alloy .925 Sterling Silver
Quality Circulating
Year 1910-1936
Pure Metal Type Silver
Specification Value
Condition Minimum of Fine

George VI

Specification Value
Denomination Multi
Alloy .925 Sterling Silver
Quality Circulating
Year 1936-1952
Pure Metal Type Silver
Specification Value
Condition Minimum of Fine

Elizabeth II

Specification Value
Denomination Multi
Alloy .925 Sterling Silver
Quality Circulating
Year 1952-2022
Pure Metal Type Silver
Specification Value
Condition Minimum of Fine
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