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Soho’s Third Official Coinage - The Coppers of 1806-7

The Obverse of a Penny of the ThirdCoinage, 1806-7

Engraved by Küchler, struck at Soho


The size and weight of Soho’sthird coinage remained the official standard until the introduction of bronze coinage in the 1860s. By this time, the enormous number of Boulton pieces still in circulation were well worn, such as this example. Without doubt, Boulton would have been very gratified that his coins were still in use, fifty years and more after they had been struck.

PS Just hover your cursor over the picture to see what has disappeared over the years

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To learn more about
the Soho Mint coins
of 1806-7, choose from
the pages below:
Proclamation 1806

Thank you for visiting ‘The Coins - Great Britain - The Third Coinage’ This is currently under development, and content will be uploaded as soon as it is ready. In the meantime, why not read the original Proclamations for each of the Matthew Boulton coinages? Use the NavBar, left, to travel back to 1806!


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