Some of the rarest Queen Victoria coins you will ever see…
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Some of the rarest Queen Victoria coins you will ever see - Just 4 available


Some of the rarest Queen Victoria coins you will ever see - Just 4 available

• 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:

  1. They were never issued for general circulation
  2. Their mintage numbers are so low
  3. 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

Price £495.00 (+ £4.99 p&p)
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Price £495.00 (+ £4.99 p&p)


  • 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

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
CPM does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.

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