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George VI Penny 1944 George VI Penny 1966 Jersey One Twelfth of a Shilling
George VI Penny
Latest Price: £2.00
1944 George VI Penny
Latest Price: £4.00
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
1944 George VI Penny

I am sure many of you saw the commemorations for the 70th Anniversary of D-Day, very emotional and full of memories. We have accumulated a small quantity of George VI pennies dated 1944. A fitting way to remember this auspicious day and for very little money.
Issued in 1966 by Balliwick of Jersey, this 1/12th of a shilling was released to celebrate the 900th anniversary of the battle of hastings, near battle and the time of William the Conqueror and the Normon conquest.
Two 1912 Pennies Coins from the Titanic Year Pennies from Famous past Olympic Years The Monarch Penny collection
The Monarch Penny collection
Latest Price: £9.00

Two 1912 Pennies Coins from the Titanic Year

The 100th Anniversary of this famous disaster is fast approaching. We have a small quantity of 1912 pennies minted in the

Great British Pennies from famous past Olympic years

2012 will see the country take on the biggest sporting event in the world. We have collected pennies from past British Olympic


The Great British Monarch Penny collection

For just £9 you can start building a collection of pennies which goes back over 1000 years before William the Conqueror. Six

Queen Elizabeth II 1953 Penny George V 1936 Penny 1950 George VI Penny in VF Condition
Queen Elizabeth II 1953 Penny
Latest Price: £12.00
George V 1936 Penny
Latest Price: £28.00
Queen Elizabeth II 1953 Penny

In Very Fine condition


George V 1936 Penny

The year of the three Kings - George V, Edward VIII & George VI. These super quality coins have full mint lustre and are

1950 George VI Penny in VF Condition

Rare 1950 penny with a mintage of 240K
British Pennies Struck by the Heaton & Kings Norton Mints Queen Victoria 1901 Uncirculated Penny Victoria Copper Penny
British H & KN Mint Pennies
Latest Price: £32.00
Victoria Copper Penny
Latest Price: £40.00
British Pennies Struck by the Heaton & Kings Norton Mints

1912, 1918, 1919 with H, 1918 & 1919 KN

Queen Victoria 1901 Uncirculated Penny

Victoria’s reign lasted 64 years. A batch of EF copper from the last year of her reign.
Victoria Copper Penny

Victorian coinage struck for her during the first part of the reign. Made from copper these thicker and heavier coins

George III Silver Penny George III 1806/07 Penny George VI British Penny 1951
George III Silver Penny
Latest Price: £47.00
George VI British Penny 1951
Latest Price: £66.00

Originally these tiny coins were issued as part of Maundy sets.

However, due to the poverty around they did circulate as currency.

George III 1806/07 Penny

Contracted by the Royal Mint, these heavy copper coins were issued for just one year. The shortage of small change was
George VI 1951 British Penny

This is the rarest of all the modern coins issued in this country. However, they were not originally destined for the UK but Bermuda! In the Festival of Britain
Charles I Silver Penny 1625 - 1649 Victoria Copper Set of Penny, Halfpenny & Farthing 1838 - 1860 Cartwheel Penny George III 1797
Charles I Silver Penny 1625 - 1649

Another small but very scarce piece of history from the reign of this beleaguered Monarch. There were a few different designs

Victoria Copper Set of Penny, Halfpenny & Farthing 1838 - 1860

Victorian coinage struck for her during the first part of the reign. Made from copper these thicker and heavier coins

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
George IV 1826 Penny 1903 Edward VII Open 3 type Penny
Edward I Penny

Part of a hoard of 700 year old hammered pennies struck one at a time by minters in the reign of Edward I. The coins with a portrait of the King
George IV 1821-1826 1st Issue Penny

After a poor decision to allow the Soho Mint to produce copper coinage the Royal Mint resumed in house production in the 1820’s. The penny started again in 1825
A very scarce coin in deed. It is not sure why this type had been struck but some say it was due to a die fault. If so it is a recognized error/fault and found in the Spink coins of England Book. On a standard 3 the top will curve down and on the open 3 the top will be straight.
Henry I Penny 1100 - 1135
Henry I Penny 1100 - 1135
Latest Price: £1,300.00
Henry I Penny 1100 - 1135

The son of William he was a great and dignified King who set out many ideas which were followed by future Monarchs. Henry I pennies were very weak in the original