The price was threepence, and with it was incorporated the Weekly Times.
He had given fourpence (let us say) for that which threepence would have purchased.
It seemed a pity to end it in order to save two pounds eight and threepence.
He only gave me threepence; and he hadn't even the decency to pay in silver.
Some barbers undertake to shave well for threepence; others charge a much higher sum.
Mistress Benden, your allowance is threepence by the day—what shall I fetch you?
It was a relief to notice that his stakes were seldom more than threepence.
“threepence breakfast and threepence supper,” said Mrs Nash.
He had still, he believed, threepence in his pocket to pay for the omnibus.
Do you know, I tried all I knew to sell my ticket for threepence.