|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-Coin PCGS graded Maundy Set is a wonderful high-grade set that matches quite well. The coins are all graded by PCGS and encapsulated in the newer-style edge-view holders and are consecutively numbered. The 1 Pence has been graded PCGS PL67, the 2 Pence has been graded PCGS PL66, the 3 Pence has been graded PCGS PL66 and the 4 Pence has been graded PCGS PL64. Each of the coins exhibit nice original luster and beautiful toning, with only the 4 Pence’s luster being slightly muted due to a somewhat deeper toning. None of the coins have major marks or other issues of note. The obverse of the coins feature the portrait of King Edward VII, while the reverse shows the date and denomination topped by a crown. 1902 was the first year the Maundy money featured the portrait of Edward VII and this is a very nice well-matched high-grade set.