• Own an original set of Queen Victoria Old Head Maundy Money
• Maundy Money was first gifted by Charles II in 1662 with an undated issue of hammered coins before a dated set of coins first appeared in 1670
• The coins are also issued by The Royal Mint in small quantities – less than 4,500 per year in Victorian times
• Never issued for general circulation
• Just 4 sets available
Why I recommend the Queen Victoria Old Head Maundy Money…
These coins are some of the rarest Queen Victoria coins you will ever see. Maundy Money is part of a ceremony that sees the Queen personally hand out coins to a tiny number of chosen recipients each year on the day before Good Friday.
Maundy coins are amongst the rarest Victorian coins you can find because:
- They were never issued for general circulation
- Their mintage numbers are so low
- Demand for them has been high since the day they were issued
In short, they are everything a “Classic” coin should be.
But I have just 4 available.
Alex Hanrahan, Managing Consultant
Queen Victoria Old Head Maundy Money
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- Diameter: 11-17mm
- Weight: 0.47-1.88g
- Metal: 925 Silver
- Obverse: Queen Victoria Old Head Portrait
- Reverse: Crown, date and denomination
- Country of Issue: United Kingdom
- Years of Issue: 1893-1901