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Twopence (Half Groat)


The Two Pence (tuppence) coin, also known as a Half Groat, was a coin circulated from the time of Edward I through the reigns of monarchs including Edward III and Henry VIII. Manufacturing ended in the mid 1800s. 

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1639-40 Charles I Silver Twopence - mm Triangle

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from £65.40

1603-4 James I Silver Twopence - mm Thistle

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from £90.30

1638-42 Charles I Aberystwyth Mint Silver Twopence

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from £110.20

1430-1 Henry VI Silver Halfgroat Rossette-Mascle issue. Calais Mint

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from £110.60

1351-61 Edward III hammered Silver Halfgroat - Pre-Treaty

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from £120.70

1495-8 Henry VII Hammered Silver Halfgroat mm Tun

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from £125.40

1422-30 Henry VI Silver Half Groat Annulet issue Calais mint

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from £211.80

1504-9 Henry VII Hammered Silver Halfgroat York Arch - Bainbridge

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from £224.30

Henry VIII Twopence - Fine

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from £284.28

Henry VIII Twopence - Fine

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from £284.28

Henry VIII Twopence - Very Fine

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from £392.28

Henry VIII Twopence - Very Fine

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from £392.28


Production of the Two Pence was less common than the Four Pence - the full Groat - and exact circulation numbers are unknown. The silver coin was hammered into shape until the reign of James II, when milled coins became more commonplace.

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