|It has been the tradition for several centuries for the United Kingdom's monarch to distribute Maundy Money each year to selected elderly. This 1902 Great Britain 4 Pence Maundy has been graded PL67 by PCGS and is encapsulated in a newer-style edge-view holder. The coin has tons of eye appeal with pretty toning on both sides, lots of luster and is even better looking in hand than the photos show. The obverse of the coin features the portrait of King Edward VII, while the reverse shows the date and denomination topped by a crown. 1902 was the first year the coins featured the portrait of Edward VII. Only 8,976 of these coins were minted in 1902 and it is likely that only a few examples of that original mintage exist in PL67 condition today. Only two (2) examples of this coin, including this example, have graded PL67 by PCGS with a single PL67+ example grading higher.