18th Century "tuppence" coin stolen in Surrey

Tuppence coin The "tuppence" coin is dated 1797 and is engraved with the letters JD

A distinctive coin dating back to the 18th Century is among several to have been stolen from a house in Surrey.

The 1797 "tuppence" coin is engraved with the letters JD and was taken with commemorative Canadian silver dollar coins and a Victorian diamond ring.

The property on the main road in the village of Send was targeted on Easter Saturday between 10:00 and 13:40 BST.

Anyone offered the stolen items for sale or who knows of their whereabouts is asked to contact Surrey Police.

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