Replica coin - Elizabeth I Elizabethan sixpence
Elizabeth I, daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn was born at Greenwich Palace on 7th September 1533. Queen Elizabeth I was celebrated for restoring the Tudor economy. King Henry VIII had reduced the purity of England's silver and gold coins to fund foreign wars and an extravagant lifestyle. To put things right, Elizabeth I ordered all old coins to be brought to the Mint at the Tower of London, melted down and re-made into new, purer coins with her portrait. This coin is a replica of the Elizabethan sixpence coin and the coin is displayed with an information booklet telling you about the coin's history.
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UK shipping is charged at £4.99 per order.
International shipping charges are based on the value of the order as follows:
EU, US & Canada: £25.00
Rest of the World: From £35.00*
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Official palace guidebooks, up to a maximum of 3 in a basket, are delivered to a UK address free of charge. If any other products, or additional guidebooks, are added to the basket, the delivery charges will apply as shown above.
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