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George VI Penny George VI Silver Halfcrown 1939 -1945 1951 British Proof Crown
George VI Penny
Latest Price: £2.00
1951 British Proof Crown
Latest Price: £24.00
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
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.
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
Queen Victoria Young Head Farthing 1838 Victoria Silver Twopence
1838 Victoria Silver Twopence
Latest Price: £30.00
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
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 III 1799 British Halfpenny Soho Mint 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof Crown
1935 George V Silver Crown
Latest Price: £52.00
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.
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 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 1937 Silver Crown Cartwheel Penny George III 1797 Cartwheel twopence George III 1797
George VI 1937 Silver Crown
Latest Price: £52.00
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
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
Edward VII Half Sovereign Edward VII Half Sovereign Queen Elizabeth 1953 Coronation Proof Set from the Royal Mint
Edward VII Half Sovereign
Latest Price: £180.00
George V Half Sovereign
Latest Price: £180.00
Edward VII Half Sovereign

Gold half sovereigns from this traumatic period of British history. Edward VII 1902-1910, coping with the end of the Boer

George V Half Sovereign

Gold half sovereigns from this traumatic period of British history. Edward VII 1902-1910, coping with the end of the Boer
1953 Coronation Proof Set from the Royal Mint

This was the first Elizabethan Proof set to be struck by the Royal Mint. It took them another seventeen years to do a second, so you can see why
1951 Festival of Britain Proof Set Cartwheel twopence George III 1797
1950 British Proof Set
Latest Price: £235.00
British 1950 Proof Set

From halfcrown to farthing this nine coin set struck for the mid century celebrations is now becoming a scarce item. With its red outer box and black felt
1951 Festival of Britain Proof Set

This has become a very elusive set. Struck by the Royal Mint fifty years ago containing the five shilling crown down to the humble farthing.
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
Queen Victoria Silver Set 1887-1893 Charles II Crown 1660-1685 Queen Victoria Silver Set 1887-1893
Queen Victoria Silver Set 1887-1893 in F/VF Condition

1887 saw one of the biggest celebrations of Queen Victoria’s life. New coins were designed and are now known as Jubilee Head coinage.
Charles II Crown 1660-1685

Charles II was known as the Merry Monarch. He was restored to the throne of England after the austere years of Oliver Cromwell who executed Charles
Queen Victoria Silver Set 1887-1893 in EF Condition

1887 saw one of the biggest celebrations of Queen Victoria’s life. New coins were designed and are now known as Jubilee Head coinage.

James II Silver Crown Charles I Silver Crown Oliver Cromwell Silver Crown  1656-1660
James II Silver Crown
Latest Price: £950.00

James II Silver Crown.

A very short reign by this British Monarch of just three years means that the coinage is also in short supply.The silver crown

Charles I Silver Crown 1625-1649

This impressive hammered crown was struck during most of his reign but are now difficult to find and disappearing off the market.
Oliver Cromwell - the Protector of England, probably one of the most famous names in British history, became head of the Commonwealth after the Civil War and the execution of Charles I in 1649 however, there is only one year, 1658 when silver crowns were produced with his portrait.