George V 1910 - 1936

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Better Sterling Silver Florins  of George V_obv

Better Sterling Silver Florins of George V

Here’s a rare opportunity for the date series collectors amongst you to find those missing dates to add to your collections. Earlier dates are Scarcer, 1913 being the Key date in the series, these were the last Sterling silver Florins to be issued. From 1920, they were reduced to 500 fineness silver. These are better than the usual VG-F grade we off er and it’s the first time we’ve given you the opportunity to buy these in better grade by date for over 10 years!
From £35.00
Date Set of George V Sterling Silver Threepences_obv

Date Set of George V Sterling Silver Threepences

King George V was the last Monarch to have his regular coinage issued in Sterling Silver. Below I have listed a complete date set of all his sterling silver Threepences 1911-1919. They are in selected circulated condition and some dates are rather difficult to get.
From £7.50
George V Farthing date set 1911-36_collection

George V Farthing date set 1911-36

It has been some time since we have last been able to offer the complete date collection of King George V Farthings for sale. These are the lowest denomination bronze coin that was regularly struck during his reign. They go from the Coronation issue of 1911 until the year of his death 1936. All coins are in Fine or better condition and it is most difficult to put this collection together today.
£39.50
George V Halfcrown 1914 About Extremely Fine_obv

George V Halfcrown 1914 About Extremely Fine

The Halfcrown was Two Shillings and Sixpence, that’s 30 old pennies or 12 ½ pence in today’s money. The Last Sterling Silver Halfcrowns were issued under King George V from 1911-1919. We have a nice selection of these now diffi cult to fi nd coins in Nearly Extremely Fine condition. A significant value for the time and numismatically important, there is just something about these last silver halfcrowns in high grade.
£70.00
George V Halfcrown 1915 Nearly Extremely Fine_obv

George V Halfcrown 1915 Nearly Extremely Fine

The Halfcrown was Two Shillings and Sixpence, that’s 30 old pennies or 12 ½ pence in today’s money. The Last Sterling Silver Halfcrowns were issued under King George V from 1911-1919. We have a nice selection of these now difficult to find coins in Nearly Extremely Fine condition. A significant value for the time and numismatically important, there is just something about these last silver halfcrowns in high grade.
£65.00
George V Halfcrown 1916 About Extremely Fine_obv

George V Halfcrown 1916 About Extremely Fine

The Halfcrown was Two Shillings and Sixpence, that’s 30 old pennies or 12 ½ pence in today’s money. The Last Sterling Silver Halfcrowns were issued under King George V from 1911-1919. We have a nice selection of these now diffi cult to fi nd coins in Nearly Extremely Fine condition. A significant value for the time and numismatically important, there is just something about these last silver halfcrowns in high grade.
£65.00
George V Halfcrown 1918 About Extremely Fine_obv

George V Halfcrown 1918 About Extremely Fine

The Halfcrown was Two Shillings and Sixpence, that’s 30 old pennies or 12 ½ pence in today’s money. The Last Sterling Silver Halfcrowns were issued under King George V from 1911-1919. We have a nice selection of these now difficult to find coins in Nearly Extremely Fine condition. A significant value for the time and numismatically important, there is just something about these last silver halfcrowns in high grade.
£70.00
George V Penny 1928 Brilliant Unc_obv

George V Penny 1928 Brilliant Unc

The 1928 penny, part of the George V coinage, is a notable piece of British numismatic history. They were struck during the interwar period, a time of economic and social change in Britain. While common in circulated condition, uncirculated examples are difficult to find. We have a group of these pennies, all Uncirculated but with different amounts of lustre. These “Brilliant Uncirculated” have full lustre. 96 years old and in excellent condition, add one of these interesting pennies to your collection.
£59.50
George V Penny 1928 Uncirculated_obv

George V Penny 1928 Uncirculated

The 1928 penny, part of the George V coinage, is a notable piece of British numismatic history. They were struck during the interwar period, a time of economic and social change in Britain. While common in circulated condition, uncirculated examples are difficult to find. We have a group of these pennies, all Uncirculated but with different amounts of lustre. The “Uncirculated” examples have traces of lustre. 96 years old and in excellent condition, add one of these interesting pennies to your collection.
£37.50
George V Penny 1928 Uncirculated - Brilliant Unc_obv

George V Penny 1928 Uncirculated - Brilliant Unc

The 1928 penny, part of the George V coinage, is a notable piece of British numismatic history. They were struck during the interwar period, a time of economic and social change in Britain. While common in circulated condition, uncirculated examples are difficult to find. We have a group of these pennies, all Uncirculated but with different amounts of lustre. The “Unc -Brilliant Unc” are with good lustre. 96 years old and in excellent condition, add one of these interesting pennies to your collection.
£45.00
 George V_Sterling_Silver_Halfcrown_obv

George V, Halfcrown (Sterling Silver) 1911-1919 Fine

British coins were always known for the high quality of Silver that the governments had used in their striking. Going back to King Edward I (1272-1307), the silver was so high quality that the coins were illegally exported, melted down, and lower grade silver was issued in its place. British coins up to and including 1919 were struck in Sterling Silver; the highest denomination struck for regular issue was the Halfcrown. A Halfcrown was Two Shillings and Sixpence or equivalent to 12.5 Pence. The Last Sterling Silver Halfcrowns were issued under King George V from 1911-1919. We have a nice selection of these now difficult to find coins. Dates will be of our choice and the more you order the more different dates we will give you. You have the bare head of the King on one side and a crowned coat of arms on the other side. The coins on offer were struck in Sterling Silver or 925 fine Silver and they are all in Fine condition. Dates are of our choice... A very important, significant and historically important coin. There is just something about a real silver coin…
£22.50
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George V, 10 Farthings Fine or Better

We recently bought three bags of King George V Farthings. They are all struck between 1911 and 1936, but we have not sorted them by date, they will be just as they come out of the sacks. Having glanced through a bag of these George V farthings the coins are in Fine or better condition. Richard didn’t look at the coins for dates, so we will sell them as they come. We will ask one of the staff who has little knowledge of British coins to just count them out. They came from a dealer who has been in coins for over 50 years and is now retiring. Here we are offering them as they come out of a sack, 10 pieces for £15.00.
£8.95
George V, 1913 Third Farthing BU_obv

George V, 1913 Third Farthing BU

In 1913, under King George V, the last ever Third Farthing was struck. It was actually made for use in Malta but it was legal tender in this country only. They only made £100 worth or 288,000 coins. We have a very small group of these smallest ever issued coins in the 20th Century in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. You have the bare head of King George V on one side and the crowned value on the other. We used to have a lot of them, but have been out of stock for some time. Get them while we have them.
£75.00
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George V, 25 Farthings Fine or Better

We recently bought three bags of King George V Farthings. They are all struck between 1911 and 1936, but we have not sorted them by date, they will be just as they come out of the sacks. Having glanced through a bag of these George V farthings the coins are in Fine or better condition. Richard didn’t look at the coins for dates, so we will sell them as they come. We will ask one of the staff who has little knowledge of British coins to just count them out. They came from a dealer who has been in coins for over 50 years and is now retiring. Here we are offering them as they come out of the sack, 25 pieces for £29.50.
£29.50
Picture of George V, both kinds of Penny (The Year of the Titanic Disaster) 1912 Circulated

George V, both kinds of Penny (The Year of the Titanic Disaster) 1912 Circulated

Most people associate 1912 with the sinking of the unsinkable ship The Titanic but, as numismatists, we think of it as the year the Royal Mint couldn’t produce all the Pennies they needed and had to get an outside firm to help them. That firm was the Heaton Mint Ltd. in Birmingham. So if you look at a 1912 Penny to the left of the date and slightly upward you may well see an ‘H’ mintmark. This was the mintmark for the Heaton Mint. We have made up this pair of 1912 and 1912 H Pennies in a plastic flip-type envelope, so you can see both pennies at the same time. The coins are in selected circulated condition which, considering that they are now 110 years old, is quite good condition. Show them to your friends and ask if they can spot the difference. If they can’t, then you can show them the ‘H’ and explain what else happened.
£4.95
Picture of George V, Crown (Rocking Horse Commemorative) 1935 Unc

George V, Crown (Rocking Horse Commemorative) 1935 Unc

We recently purchased a small group of the 1935 George V Silver Jubilee Crowns. This was the first-ever commemorative crown issued and it was for the King’s 25th anniversary or Silver Jubilee on the throne. You have the bust of the King on one side and a most unusual rendition of St. George slaying the dragon on the other side. In fact, our owner was the first person to call it ‘The Rocking Horse Crown’ as that was what it looked like. This crown was only struck in 1935 for King George V’s Diamond Jubilee. Although there was the Great Depression on, the public loved this Crown and the Royal Mint had to strike more of them than anticipated. Now over 80 years later it is still highly collected, but it is one of the best value Crowns around. We can offer you this 1935 Silver Jubilee Crown struck in Silver and in Uncirculated condition.
£79.50
Picture of George V, Crown (Rocking Horse) 1935 EF

George V, Crown (Rocking Horse) 1935 EF

It sounds strange nowadays with the Royal Mint issuing commemorative coins almost daily, but the first commemorative coin for this country was the 1935 Crown. It was issued to honour the Silver Jubilee of King George V 1910-1935. There were no other commemorative coins for this country before the 1935 Crown, although we still don’t know about the Gothic Crown. It has a rather unusual rendition of St. George slaying the dragon and we were the first people to say it looked like a rocking horse. From then it rapidly became known as ‘The Rocking Horse Crown’. You must remember that this country was in depression as was the rest of the world, so a Crown or Five Shilling piece was a lot of money at the time. We have some nice Extremely Fine examples of this first-ever British commemorative Crown to offer you. Extremely Fine is a very high grade and considering the coin is now 83 years old, we think it is a winner.
£59.50
George V, 1927 Wreath Crown Proof_obv

George V, Crown (Wreath) 1927 Proof

Near FDC with the faintest hairlines to the obverse. Mintage: 15,030.
£550.00
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George V, Farthing 1917 About Unc

About Uncirculated
£8.00
George V, Farthing 1918 Uncirculated - Brilliant Unc_obv

George V, Farthing 1918 Unc - Brilliant Unc

These are not common and are in Uncirculated to Brilliant Uncirculated condition. That means that they are Uncirculated with lustre but not fully Brilliant. Here at Coincraft we try to grade coins properly.
£20.00
Picture of George V, Farthing 1920 Unc

George V, Farthing 1920 Unc

This King George V Farthing was struck in 1920, just after the end of World War I. They are made in bonze and have the bare head of the King on one side and a beautiful seated Britannia on the reverse. We came across a little group of these 1920 Farthings in Uncirculated and Uncirculated - Brilliant Unc condition. We bought them immediately, as we know they are not easy to get in such high grades. You know some of the coins that are supposedly ‘common’ really can be most difficult to get. Don’t miss out on this offer…
£20.00
Picture of George V, Farthing 1921 Unc/Brilliant Unc

George V, Farthing 1921 Unc/Brilliant Unc

In 1921 George V was our Monarch and he had celebrated the 10th anniversary of his Coronation (1911-1921). The smallest and most used coin of this year was the bronze Farthing. You have the bare head of King George V facing left on the obverse and the reverse has the seated figure of Britannia. For some reason, the 1921 in high grades is most difficult to get. After all, it is almost 100 years old. Available here in Uncirculated - Brilliant Uncirculated. It has been a long time since we have seen such nice examples of this scarce date of Farthings. Treat yourself; after all, you deserve it…
£15.00
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George V, Farthing 1922

Brilliant Uncirculated
£24.00
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George V, Farthing 1928

UBU
£10.00
1930 Farthing BU_obv

George V, Farthing 1930 BU

As most collectors know that 1930 coins issued during the Depression are scarce in any grade and Rare in the highest grades. Phil bought a fantastic group of the 1930 King George V Farthings in Brilliant Uncirculated and Uncirculated – Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Not only is it one of the Key dates but the condition is outstanding. Get them while you can, as when this group is gone who knows where we will find any more. Remember they are the Key Date. The Brilliant Uncirculated coins presented here are just that: Brilliant Uncirculated but of course, over the past 91 years, they will have slightly mellowed.
£20.00