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George VI Sixpence coin 1937-1946 George V Sixpence
George V Sixpence 1910-1936
Latest Price: £5.00
The last of the sixpences. Issued during George VI reign from 1937 until the last in 1946.

The new silver standard George V sixpence issued between 1920 to 1936

1955 Elizabeth II Sixpence

These 1955 sixpences are in mint condition and struck by the Royal Mint. Now over fifty years old and worth storing away.
1952 George VI Sixpence Victoria Old Head Silver Sixpence 1893-1901 Victoria Sixpence 1887 coin
1952 George VI Sixpence
Latest Price: £16.00
Victoria Sixpence 1887 coin
Latest Price: £25.00

British Key Date Coinage

The wording key date is used when coins of particular types and years have a low mintage

Victoria Old Head Silver Sixpence 1893-1901

In coin terms this is a fairly modern issue but one of the hardest to find. We cannot establish the reason for the shortage but suffice to say a scarce coin issue.
This 1887 silver sixpence was struck for just one year in 1887.
Victoria Jubilee Head Sixpence coin George III Silver Sixpence
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.
Victoria Jubilee Head Sixpence 1887-1893

There was no chances taken with the new design sixpence that was released after the original type was withdrawn due to it being gold plated and then passed off as a half sovereign.

There was no mistaking this design as anything apart from a sixpence.

Features the Jubilee head portrait Coins extremely fine condition
These silver sixpences struck with the King on the obverse and shield in garter on the reverse are dated between 1816 and 1820 are in fine to VF condition.
Victoria Young Head Silver Sixpence 1838-1887 George II Silver Sixpence 1757 - 1758
Victoria Young Head Silver Sixpence 1838-1887

Just like the larger shilling, this silver sixpence had long date run from 1838. The young head variety changed in 1887 and

The George IV sixpence in today's money represents 2 1/2p but in Regency Britain it had buying power. Struck between 1826-1829 and known as the bare head variety Goerge II Silver Sixpence 1757 - 1758

The reign of George II lasted over 30 years from 1727 - 1760. Struck in the final years of the kings reign, these excellent coins are over 250 years old,
George III 1787 Silver Sixpence William III Sixpence
George III 1787 Silver Sixpence
Latest Price: £99.00
William III Sixpence 1694-1702
Latest Price: £115.00
George III 1787 Silver Sixpence
Dated 1787, they are the only sixpence coins issued during the first twenty seven years of George III reign from 1760 to 1816. England
Sixpence of Queen Elizabeth I 1558-1603

From the time of this great Queen we offer you a hammered silver sixpence which were individually struck by hand.
William III sixpence

William reigned alone after Mary died in December 1694 of small pox. These sixpences are part of the re-coinage and would make a handsome edition to your collection
Queen Anne Sixpence 1702 - 1714
Queen Anne Sixpence 1702 - 1714
Latest Price: £120.00
Elizabeth I Silver Sixpence
Latest Price: £175.00
Queen Anne Sixpence 1702 - 1714
All Queen Anne coins are scarce and this sixpence is no exception. Struck during the period of the Union with Scotland these very fine
Sixpence of Queen Elizabeth I 1558-1603 From the time of this great Queen we offer you a hammered silver sixpence which were individually struck by hand.

In Fine Condition
James I Silver sixpence 1603-1625 In Fine Condition

On the death of Elizabeth I in 1603, the Scots after numerous attempts both fair and foul, managed to secure the throne and James VI of