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George VI Penny George V Threepence
George VI Halfpenny
Latest Price: £0.75
George VI Penny
Latest Price: £2.00
George V Threepence 1920-36
Latest Price: £3.50
George VI Halfpenny

George VI, born Albert and known are Bertie by his family before his brother Edward VIII abdicated and was then known as King George VI and Emperor of India.

All coins are in fine to very fine condition and were struck mainly in the W.W.II. years of 1939 - 1945
George VI Penny

These coins were struck mainly in the W.W.II. years of 1939 - 1945. The obverse show a left facing George VI and the reverse shows a right facing Britannia with a

A George VI Silver threepence .In 1919, the Royal Mint decided to reduce the silver value of its future coins down from 0.925 to 0.500, so coins minted 1920 onwards have a lower silver content. this continued until until 1946.

All threepences will be in fine and better condition

1962 Florin coin Victoria Jubilee Head Silver Threepence coin
1962 Elizabeth Florin coin
Latest Price: £4.00
2009 Olympic Countdown Crown
Latest Price: £10.00
Elizabeth Florin 1962

All these Elizabeth II florins are in mint condition and struck by the Royal Mint. Issued from 1954 until decimalization with the last being issued in the 1970 proof set.

Victoria Jubilee Head Silver Threepence

These silver threepence's were issued between 1887 to 1892. There nickname or street name was known as a silver joey. Also issued in the Maundy sets

2009 Olympic Countdown Crown.

The Royal Mint's 3 year countdown £5 is now available and has the figure 3 as it's centrepiece. There will be similar issues for years 2 and 1 to be released in 2010
George VI Silver Halfcrown 1939 -1945 Victoria Old Head Shilling Old Head George VI Silver Threepence 1943
George VI Halfcrown 1937 -1946

George VI born Albert Fredrick Arthur George in 1895 was never expected to become King. After the abdication of his brother Edward VIII he became King George VI.
The Victoria silver shilling.
This old head design is also known as the widow head because the Queen is pictured in her widow's weeds.
The Rare British 1943 Silver Threepence of George VI

At the height of World War II Britain was still producing it's coinage. However the war costs were spiralling out of all recognition and it was decided to withdraw the
1951 British Proof Crown Queen Victoria Young Head Farthing
1951 British Proof Crown
Latest Price: £24.00
1951 British Proof Crown

The Festival of Britain in May 1951 was a national exhibition open in London. A century after the 'Great Exhibition in 1851. The main site was on the South Bank which
The Victorian Jubilee florin was issued between 1887 and 1892. The reverse has the crowned cruciform shield, sceptres in angles which is also featured on its bigger sister the double florin.
Queen Victoria Farthings x 3

Young head farthings were issued for 35 years. They didn’t change the design in the Jubilee year of 188
Specimen Silver Set of Pre 1947 Coins of George VI George V 1925 Halfcrown
George V Silver 1925 Halfcrown
Latest Price: £30.00
Edward VII Silver Sixpence 1901-10

We like these Edward VII sixpence coins, the strong portrait gives it value. Struck in silver they are becoming tough to locate as they are universally popular.
Specimen Silver Set of Pre 1947 Coins of George VI

Over the past year there has been much publicity over the increase of the gold price, but very little said about the increase in

George V Silver 1925 Halfcrown

We still have a stock of George V scarce date Halfcrowns for 1935. Always considered to be difficult to find - a minor key date in the British series.
Queen Victoria Half Farthing 1838 Victoria Silver Twopence George V 1930 Halfcrown
Queen Victoria Half Farthing
Latest Price: £30.00
1838 Victoria Silver Twopence
Latest Price: £30.00
George V Silver 1930 Halfcrown
Latest Price: £32.00
Queen Victoria Half Farthing

In today’s world we nonchalantly talk in millions and billions so its difficult to comprehend the real value of this small copper coin. For those not quite old enough to
Victoria Silver Twopence 1838

Only two years were issued for normal circulation one in 1848 and one we have here for 1838. The others were issued in the Maundy money sets
George V Silver 1930 Halfcrown

We still have a stock of George V scarce date Halfcrowns for 1930. Always considered to be difficult to find - a minor key date in the British series.

Coins are in fine condition.
Silver Halfcrowns of George VI 1937-1946 x 3 Different 1944 George VI Silver Threepence 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof Crown
Silver Halfcrowns of George VI 1937-1946 x 3 Different

In recent months the price of silver has rocketed, which means that these coins of George VI have also increased dramatically

George VI Silver Threepence 1944

Amazingly we have found a small quantity of these rare George VI silver threepenny pieces in the USA. Most times we only have one or two pieces in stock, so you can
1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof Crown

Issued by the Royal Mint in 1977 to celebrate the Queens Silver Jubilee this Crown made to silver proof standard shows the Queen sitting on one of her horses.
George VI 1937 Silver Crown George III 1799 British Halfpenny Soho Mint
1935 George V Silver Crown
Latest Price: £52.00
George VI 1937 Silver Crown
Latest Price: £52.00
George V Silver Crown

Crowns for George V were not issued for general circulation, however a small number were produce around Christmas time to give as presents
George VI Silver Crown

George VI (Albert Frederick Arthur George) Born on the 14 December 1895. With the latest release of the Film 'The Kings Speech'. King
George III 1799 British Halfpenny Soho Mint

Contracted by the Royal Mint, these heavy copper coins were issued for just one year. The shortage of small change was giving the country big problems at the time.
1939 6 Coin Set Victoria Old Head Shilling Old Head 1914 5 Coin Set
1939 6 Coin Set
Latest Price: £59.00
1914 5 Coin Set
Latest Price: £85.00
1939 6 Coin Set

The 1914 set consists of five coins 2/6 to 3d, all struck in the first year of the W.W.I and produced in sterling silver.
The Victoria silver shilling.
This old head design is also known as the widow head because the Queen is pictured in her widow's weeds.
1914 5 Coin Set

The 1914 set consists of five coins 2/6 to 3d, all struck in the first year of the W.W.I and produced in sterling silver.

Silver Threepence of George III 1762-1763 Cartwheel Penny George III 1797 Cartwheel twopence George III 1797
Silver Threepence of George III 1762-1763 in VF and Better

Struck for just two years at the beginning of his reign these silver coins are dated 1762/3. Very popular with all collectors because of their VF/EF condition
The George III 1797 Cartwheel Penny

The heaviest Cooper coin after the twopence. With a value of just penny you can see why the idea did not take off. The weight, together with the fact that the metal
The George III 1797 Twopence

In 1797 coinage was short and the government took measures to increase availability. James Watt and Michael Boulton won a contract from the government to strike