Several varieties of the Hammered shilling were produced in the 1560s. All issues have a mintmark on the obverse and reverse. Learn more about the Elizabeth I Shilling in this Coin Collecting Tip.
Learn more about Charles II Halfcrowns, including provenance marks used and what grade to go for when acquiring an example.
The 1957 Sovereign was the first sovereign bearing Queen Elizabeth II's portrait that the public was allowed to buy. Learn more about the Queen's sovereigns in this coin collecting tip.
In the seventeenth century, the shilling was established as an important denomination. Read this coin collecting tip and learn more about the James I Shiling and what to look for when collecting the series.
With the Great Recoinage of 1816, the sixpence series was resumed. It featured a new design very similar to that of the shilling. Learn more about the history of this coin in this coin collecting tip.
In this coin collecting tip, we talk about the Groats minted during Edward IV's second reign. Read it to find out what mintmarks to look for when collecting the series.
The Edward VII crown, unlike previous crowns, only had one regnal date on all of its issues. Learn more about this coin on this coin collecting tip.
The reverse of the George V Sixpence was sometimes referred to unkindly as 'the garden of weeds'. Learn more about the history of this coin in this coin collecting tip.
Learn more about the 1714 Farthing, a rare coin issued in the year of Queen Anne's death, a coin which many consider to be a pattern...
Learn more about the Charles II Shilling series, a notoriously difficult to collect series. Find out what to look for when collecting the series and acquire an example.