George VI 1936 - 1952

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1940 Halfcrown_Obv

George VI 1940 Halfcrown Fine

This was the highest denomination struck during the Second World War, the Halfcrown or two shillings and sixpence. The Monarch on the coin was our wartime King, George VI. He and his family stayed in London throughout the bombing. You have the bare head of the King on one side and a crowned coat of arms on the other side. They were struck in silver as the base metals were far more useful in the war effort. Each Silver Halfcrown is dated 1940 – exactly 80 years old and they are in Fine condition. They make great gifts for someone born in 1940 or a military collector.
£12.95
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George VI 1946 Halfcrown Fine

In 1946 for the last time ever the Royal Mint struck coins for everyday usage in Silver. Here we offer the Halfcrown. It has taken a little while but we have finally enough of these last ever silver coins to offer to our collectors. All coins are struck in 500 fine Silver by the Royal Mint and are the last silver coins ever to be struck for circulation. All 1946 coins are in selected circulated condition.
£12.95
1937_penny_obv

George VI, Penny 1937 Uncirculated

1D (1 Penny) from the reign of George VI, minted in 1937 and in uncirculated condition.
£17.50
1939 Halfcrown Choice Unc

George VI, Halfcrown 1939 Choice unc

Choice Uncirculated.
£45.00
1940 Halfcrown Choice Unc

George VI, Halfcrown 1940 Choice Unc

Choice Uncirculated.
£50.00
1940 Halfcrown Unc_obv

George VI, Halfcrown 1940 Unc

Uncirculated.
£30.00
1941 Halfcrown Choice Unc_obv

George VI, Halfcrown 1941 Choice Unc

Choice Uncirculated.
£45.00
1942 Halfcrown Unc_obv

George VI, Halfcrown 1942 Unc

Uncirculated.
£30.00
1943 Halfcrown Choice Unc_obv

George VI, Halfcrown 1943 Choice Unc

Choice Uncirculated.
£45.00
Picture of George VI, Halfcrown 1944 Choice Uncirculated

George VI, Halfcrown 1944 Choice Uncirculated

Of course, 1944 is an important date for many reasons largely regarding the events of world war II. At that time our Monarch was King George VI, the father of Queen Elizabeth II. Our coinage was still being struck in Silver as this was less useful to the War Effort than cupronickel in producing munitions. The largest denomination struck in 1944 was the Half Crown, Two Shillings and Sixpence. The coins on offer are at the top end of the grading scale and are very nice examples - choice uncirculated. The coins have seen no wear, but of course over the past 74 years they will have toned a little, but then again haven’t we all? Nice coins that will please and delight you.
£45.00
1944 Halfcrown Unc

George VI, Halfcrown 1944 Unc

Uncirculated.
£30.00
Picture of George VI, Halfcrown 1945

George VI, Halfcrown 1945

Uncirculated.
£25.00
George VI_Halfcrown_1946_Choice_Unc_obv

George VI, Halfcrown 1946 Choice Unc

The lest Halfcrown struck in silver. Choice Unc
£50.00
1946 Halfcrown Unc_obv

George VI, Halfcrown 1946 Unc

Uncirculated.
£30.00
1946 Halfcrown_obv

George VI, Halfcrown 1946 Unc

Choice Uncirculated.
£40.00
1947 Halfcrown Choice Unc_obv

George VI, Halfcrown 1947 Choice Unc

Choice Uncirculated.
£30.00
1948 Halfcrown_obv

George VI, Halfcrown 1948 Choice Unc

Choice Uncirculated.
£40.00
George VI 1950 Halfcrown Choice Unc_obv

George VI, Halfcrown 1950 Choice Unc

1950 Halfcrown Choice Uncirculated
£60.00
1949 Coronation Penny Unc/Brilliant Unc_obv

George VI, Penny (Coronation) 1949 Unc/Brilliant Unc

Bronze penny featuring King George VI from 1949; condition is between uncirculated & brilliant uncirculated
£16.50
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George VI, Penny (Rare) 1950 Very Fine

The two lowest mintages of the old Penny coin were struck in 1950 and 1951 during the reign of King George VI. In 1950 they only made 240,000 coins that means for £1000 you could have bought all the 1950 Pennies they ever made. Until very recently numismatists have always thought that all the 1950 Pennies were shipped to Bermuda for use after World War II. Now we know that this information is wrong. They were also sent to the Bahamas in the West Indies. Now, these coins were actually used in circulation, because after the War there was a great shortage of small change. The island has a very salty atmosphere and thus the coins are very scarce in the higher grades. The coins on offer are in Very Fine condition and remember they only struck a total of 240,000 1950 Pennies for circulation.
£32.50
Picture of George VI, Penny 1937 Brilliant Unc

George VI, Penny 1937 Brilliant Unc

George VI, Penny 1937 - Brilliant Uncirculated
£25.00
Picture of George VI, Penny 1937 Unc/Brilliant Unc

George VI, Penny 1937 Unc/Brilliant Unc

We believe the bronze coins of King George VI are much underappreciated. The farthings are easy to get, but try and get nice Pennies and Halfpennies. Here we are offering a George VI Penny from 1937 in between uncirculated and brilliant uncirculated condition.
£13.00
Penny 1937-48 BU_obv

George VI, Penny 1937-48 BU

Unlike the smaller denominations, the classic penny design featuring a seated Britannia, first introduced in 1860 and would continue throughout George VI’s reign. The Penny presented here is a 1937-48 Penny in Brilliant Unirculated condition. Dates will be of our choice.
£20.00
1937-48 Penny_Obv

George VI, Penny 1937-48 Unc

Unlike the smaller denominations, the classic penny design featuring a seated Britannia, first introduced in 1860 and would continue throughout George VI’s reign. The Penny presented here is a 1937-48 Penny in Unirculated condition. Dates will be of our choice.
£12.00
1938 Penny_Obv

George VI, Penny 1938 Brilliant Uncirculated

We think the bronze coins of King George VI are much underappreciated. The farthings are easy to get, but it's much more difficult to obtain nice Pennies and Halfpennies.
£20.00
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