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1912 Three Pence Coin
100th Anniversary
A One Hundred Year old British Threepence Coin from 1912
Solid 0.925 Silver
The Same year the RMS Titanic hit an Iceberg and Sank
 In Good Condition given it is one hundred years old
Would make an Excellent Lucky Charm or Collectible Keepsake Souvenir of the worlds most famous sheet

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The largest passenger steamship in the world at the time, the Olympic-class RMS Titanic was owned by the White Star Line and constructed at the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, Ireland, UK. After setting sail for New York City on 10 April 1912 with 2,223 people on board, she hit the iceberg four days into the crossing, at 11:40 pm on 14 April 1912, and sank at 2:20 am the following morning. The high casualty rate resulting from the sinking was due in part to the fact that, although complying with the regulations of the time, the ship carried lifeboats for only 1,178 people. A disproportionate number of men died due to the "women and children first" protocol that was enforced by the ship's crew.
Titanic was designed by experienced engineers, using some of the most advanced technologies and extensive safety features of the time. The sinking of a passenger liner on her maiden voyage, the high loss of life and media frenzy over Titanic's famous victims, the legends about the sinking, the resulting changes in maritime law, and the discovery of the wreck have all contributed to the enduring interest in Titanic.

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The threepence or thruppenny bit was a denomination of currency used by various jurisdictions in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, valued at 1/80 of a pound or ¼ of a shilling until decimalisation of the pound sterling and Irish pound in 1971. It was also used in some parts of the British Empire (later known as the Commonwealth), notably Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

Diameter: 16.26mm Weight: 1.4138g

The reign of king George V (1910–1936) features several changes to the threepence denomination. As with all British silver coins, the silver content was reduced from sterling (0.925) silver to 50% silver, 40% copper, 10% nickel in 1920, 50% silver, 50% copper in 1922, and 50% silver, 40% copper, 5% nickel, 5% zinc in 1927, while the design of the reverse of the circulating threepence (but not the maundy threepence) was completely changed in 1927 to three oak sprigs with three acorns and a "G" in the centre, and the inscription THREE PENCE date. The inscription on the obverse throughout the reign was GEORGIVS V D G BRITT OMN REX F D IND IMP.British coinage
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The Cheltenham Festival is one of the most prestigious meetings in the National Hunt racing calendar in the United Kingdom,[1] and has race prize money second only to the Grand National. It is an event where many of the best British and Irish trained horses race against each other, the extent of which is relatively rare during the rest of the season.
The festival takes place annually in March at Cheltenham Racecourse in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. The meeting usually coincides with Saint Patrick's Day, and is popular with Irish visitors.[2]
Large amounts of money are bet during festival week, with hundreds of millions of pounds being gambled over the four days. Cheltenham is often noted for its atmosphere, most notably the "Cheltenham roar", which refers to the enormous amount of noise that the crowd generates as the starter raises the tape for the first race of the festival.

Race schedule

The following table contains the race schedule for the 2011 festival, with each days feature race in bold.
Time Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
13:30 Supreme Novices' Hurdle National Hunt Chase Challenge Cup Jewson Novices' Chase Triumph Hurdle
14:05 Arkle Challenge Trophy Neptune Investment Management Novices' Hurdle Pertemps Final Vincent O'Brien County Handicap Hurdle
14:40 Stewart Family Spinal Research Handicap Chase| RSA Chase Ryanair Chase Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle
15:20 Champion Hurdle Queen Mother Champion Chase World Hurdle Cheltenham Gold Cup
16:00 Glenfarclas Cross Country Handicap Chase Coral Cup Byrne Group Plate Christie's Foxhunter Chase
16:40 David Nicholson Mares' Hurdle Fred Winter Juvenile Novices' Handicap Hurdle Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle
17:15 Centenary Novices' Handicap Chase Champion Bumper St Patrick's Day Derby - Charity Race Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Chase

The Champion Hurdle is a Grade 1 National Hunt hurdle race in Great Britain which is open to horses aged four years or older. As part of a sponsorship agreement with the online sportsbook, the race is now known as the Stan James Champion Hurdle. It is run on the Old Course at Cheltenham over a distance of about 2 miles and 110 yards (3,319 metres), and during its running there are eight hurdles to be jumped. The race is scheduled to take place each year on the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival in March.
As its title suggests, the Champion Hurdle is the most prestigious hurdling event in the National Hunt calendar. Its list of winners features many of the most highly acclaimed hurdlers in the sport's history, and several of these, such as National Spirit, Hatton's Grace, Persian War and Lanzarote, have had races named in their honour.

Grade 1 race
Champion Hurdle
Location Cheltenham Racecourse
Cheltenham, England
Inaugurated 1927
Race type Hurdle race
Website Cheltenham
Race information
Distance 2m ½f (3,319 metres)
Track Turf, left-handed
Qualification Four-years-old and up
Weight 11 st 3 lb (4yo);
11 st 10 lb (5yo+)
7 lb for fillies and mares
Purse £370,000 (2010)
1st: £210,937


The first Champion Hurdle was run in 1927, and its inaugural winner, Blaris, was awarded prize money of £365. In its second year the event was won by Brown Jack, who subsequently became a prolific winner of long-distance flat races. The Champion Hurdle was abandoned in 1931 due to persistent frost, and in 1932 it was contested by just three horses – the smallest field in its history. The race was cancelled twice during World War II, in 1943 and 1944.
The post-war years saw the emergence of the event's first triple winner, Hatton's Grace, who was trained in Ireland by Vincent O'Brien. The achievement of Hatton's Grace was soon to be matched by Sir Ken, who recorded three successive victories in the 1950s. Before the second of these Sir Ken was given a starting price of 2/5 (a £5 bet would have won £2). He is the shortest-priced horse to have won the race. The third horse to win the event three times was Persian War, who completed his hat-trick in 1970. Commercial sponsorship of the Champion Hurdle began in 1978, and it was initially backed by Waterford Crystal.
The 1984 winner, Dawn Run, became the second mare to win the Champion Hurdle. In the same year she also won the Irish and French versions of the event, and two seasons later she won the most prestigious chase in National Hunt racing, the Cheltenham Gold Cup. She remains the only horse to have completed the Champion Hurdle-Gold Cup double. From 1985 to 1987 the Champion Hurdle was dominated by See You Then, who became the event's fourth three-time winner. A new sponsor, Smurfit (now known as the Smurfit Kappa Group), began supporting the race in 1991. The second female horse to win the race was Flakey Dove, the winner in 1994.
The most recent triple winner of the Champion Hurdle was Istabraq, whose successes came in 1998, 1999 and 2000. In the early weeks of 2001 he was the odds-on favourite to win the race again, for an unprecedented fourth time. However, this opportunity was lost as the entire Cheltenham Festival was cancelled that year because of an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease. Istabraq returned for the 2002 running, but on this occasion he failed to complete the race, and he was retired thereafter.
The race is the final leg of the Road to Cheltenham, a series of high-class hurdles races sponsored by consisting of the Fighting Fifth Hurdle, the International Hurdle and the Champion Hurdle Trial.[1]


Most successful horse (3 wins):
Hatton's Grace – 1949, 1950, 1951
Sir Ken – 1952, 1953, 1954
Persian War – 1968, 1969, 1970
See You Then – 1985, 1986, 1987
Istabraq – 1998, 1999, 2000
Leading jockey (4 wins):
Tim Molony – Hatton's Grace (1951), Sir Ken (1952, 1953, 1954)
Leading trainer (5 wins):
Peter Easterby – Saucy Kit (1967), Night Nurse (1976, 1977), Sea Pigeon (1980, 1981)
Nicky Henderson – See You Then (1985, 1986, 1987), Punjabi (2009), Binocular (2010)
Leading owner (4 wins):
Dorothy Paget – Insurance (1932, 1933), Solford (1940), Distel (1946)
J. P. McManus – Istabraq (1998, 1999, 2000), Binocular (2010)

Amateur jockeys indicated by "Mr".
1927 Blaris 6 George Duller Bill Payne Mrs H. Hollins
1928 Brown Jack 4 Bilbie Rees Aubrey Hastings Sir Harold Wernher
1929 Royal Falcon 6 Dick Rees Bob Gore Miss Williams-Bulkeley
1930 Brown Tony 4 Tommy Cullinan Jack Anthony Mrs J. de Sélincourt
no race 1931 [1]
1932 Insurance 5 Ted Leader Basil Briscoe Dorothy Paget
1933 Insurance 6 Billy Stott Basil Briscoe Dorothy Paget
1934 Chenango 7 Danny Morgan Ivor Anthony Pete Bostwick
1935 Lion Courage 7 Gerry Wilson F. Brown R. Fox Carlyon
1936 Victor Norman 5 Frenchie Nicholson Morgan Blair Michael Stephens
1937 Free Fare 9 Georges Pellerin Ted Gwilt Ben Warner
1938 Our Hope 9 Perry Harding Roderic Gubbins Roderic Gubbins
1939 African Sister 7 Keith Piggott Charles Piggott H. Brueton
1940 Solford 9 Sean Magee Owen Anthony Dorothy Paget
1941 Seneca 4 Ron Smyth Vic Smyth Sir Malcolm McAlpine
1942 Forestation 4 Ron Smyth Vic Smyth Vic Smyth
no race 1943–44 [2]
1945 Brains Trust 5 Fred Rimell Gerry Wilson F. Blakeway
1946 Distel 5 Bobby O'Ryan Charles Rogers Dorothy Paget
1947 National Spirit 6 Danny Morgan Vic Smyth Len Abelson
1948 National Spirit 7 Ron Smyth Vic Smyth Len Abelson
1949 Hatton's Grace 9 Aubrey Brabazon Vincent O'Brien Mrs Harry Keogh
1950 Hatton's Grace 10 Aubrey Brabazon Vincent O'Brien Mrs Harry Keogh
1951 Hatton's Grace 11 Tim Molony Vincent O'Brien Mrs Harry Keogh
1952 Sir Ken 5 Tim Molony Willie Stephenson Maurice Kingsley
1953 Sir Ken 6 Tim Molony Willie Stephenson Maurice Kingsley
1954 Sir Ken 7 Tim Molony Willie Stephenson Maurice Kingsley
1955 Clair Soleil 6 Fred Winter Ryan Price Gerry Judd
1956 Doorknocker 8 Harry Sprague Charlie Hall Clifford Nicholson
1957 Merry Deal 7 Grenville Underwood Arthur Jones Arthur Jones
1958 Bandalore 7 George Slack Stan Wright Dorothy Wright
1959 Fare Time 6 Fred Winter Ryan Price Gerry Judd
1960 Another Flash 6 Bobby Beasley Paddy Sleator J. J. Byrne
1961 Eborneezer 6 Fred Winter Ryan Price Dr B. N. Pajgar
1962 Anzio 5 Willie Robinson Fulke Walwyn Sir Thomas Ainsworth
1963 Winning Fair 8 Mr Alan Lillingston George Spencer George Spencer
1964 Magic Court 6 Pat McCarron Tommy Robson J. McGhie
1965 Kirriemuir 5 Willie Robinson Fulke Walwyn Dorothy Beddington
1966 Salmon Spray 8 Johnny Haine Bob Turnell Mrs John Rogerson
1967 Saucy Kit 6 Roy Edwards Peter Easterby K. F. Alder
1968 Persian War 5 Jimmy Uttley Colin Davies Henry Alper
1969 Persian War 6 Jimmy Uttley Colin Davies Henry Alper
1970 Persian War 7 Jimmy Uttley Colin Davies Henry Alper
1971 Bula 6 Paul Kelleway Fred Winter Bill Edwards-Heathcote
1972 Bula 7 Paul Kelleway Fred Winter Bill Edwards-Heathcote
1973 Comedy of Errors 6 Bill Smith Fred Rimell Ted Wheatley
1974 Lanzarote 6 Richard Pitman Fred Winter Lord Howard de Walden
1975 Comedy of Errors 8 Ken White Fred Rimell Ted Wheatley
1976 Night Nurse 5 Paddy Broderick Peter Easterby Reg Spencer
1977 Night Nurse 6 Paddy Broderick Peter Easterby Reg Spencer
1978 Monksfield 6 Tommy Kinane Des McDonogh Dr Michael Mangan
1979 Monksfield 7 Dessie Hughes Des McDonogh Dr Michael Mangan
1980 Sea Pigeon 10 Jonjo O'Neill Peter Easterby Pat Muldoon
1981 Sea Pigeon 11 John Francome Peter Easterby Pat Muldoon
1982 For Auction 6 Mr Colin Magnier Michael Cunningham F. Heaslip
1983 Gaye Brief 6 Richard Linley Mercy Rimell Sheikh Ali Abu Khamsin
1984 Dawn Run 6 Jonjo O'Neill Paddy Mullins Charmian Hill
1985 See You Then 5 Steve Smith Eccles Nicky Henderson Stype Wood Stud
1986 See You Then 6 Steve Smith Eccles Nicky Henderson Stype Wood Stud
1987 See You Then 7 Steve Smith Eccles Nicky Henderson Stype Wood Stud
1988 Celtic Shot 6 Peter Scudamore Fred Winter David Horton
1989 Beech Road 7 Richard Guest Toby Balding Tony Geake
1990 Kribensis 6 Richard Dunwoody Michael Stoute Sheikh Mohammed
1991 Morley Street 7 Jimmy Frost Toby Balding Michael Jackson Bloodstock
1992 Royal Gait 9 Graham McCourt James Fanshawe Sheikh Mohammed
1993 Granville Again 7 Peter Scudamore Martin Pipe Eric Scarth
1994 Flakey Dove 8 Mark Dwyer Richard Price John Price
1995 Alderbrook 6 Norman Williamson Kim Bailey Ernie Pick
1996 Collier Bay 6 Graham Bradley Jim Old Wally Sturt
1997 Make A Stand 6 Tony McCoy Martin Pipe Peter Deal
1998 Istabraq 6 Charlie Swan Aidan O'Brien J. P. McManus
1999 Istabraq 7 Charlie Swan Aidan O'Brien J. P. McManus
2000 Istabraq 8 Charlie Swan Aidan O'Brien J. P. McManus
no race 2001 [3]
2002 Hors La Loi III 7 Dean Gallagher James Fanshawe Paul Green
2003 Rooster Booster 9 Richard Johnson Philip Hobbs Terry Warner
2004 Hardy Eustace 7 Conor O'Dwyer Dessie Hughes Laurence Byrne
2005 Hardy Eustace 8 Conor O'Dwyer Dessie Hughes Laurence Byrne
2006 Brave Inca 8 Tony McCoy Colm Murphy Novices Syndicate
2007 Sublimity 7 Philip Carberry John Carr Bill Hennessy
2008 Katchit 5 Robert Thornton Alan King D S J P Syndicate
2009 Punjabi 6 Barry Geraghty Nicky Henderson Raymond Tooth
2010 Binocular 6 Tony McCoy Nicky Henderson J. P. McManus
2011 Hurricane Fly 7 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins Creighton / Boyd
1 The race was abandoned in 1931 due to frost.
2 It was not run in 1943 and 1944 because of World War II.
3 The 2001 running was cancelled because of a foot-and-mouth crisis.

Cheltenham Festival
Supreme Novices' Hurdle · Arkle Challenge Trophy · JLT Specialty Steeple Chase · Champion Hurdle · Glenfarclas Cross Country Handicap Chase · OLGB Mares' Hurdle · Pulteney Land Investment Novices' Handicap Chase
National Hunt Chase Challenge Cup · Neptune Investment Management Novices' Hurdle · RSA Chase · Queen Mother Champion Chase · Coral Cup · Fred Winter Juvenile Novices' Handicap Hurdle · Champion Bumper
Jewson Novices' Chase · Pertemps Final · Ryanair Chase · World Hurdle · Byrne Group Plate · Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup
Triumph Hurdle · Vincent O'Brien County Handicap Hurdle · Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle · Cheltenham Gold Cup · Christie's Foxhunter Chase · Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle · Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Chase
Cathcart Challenge Cup
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