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Picture of George V, H Penny Circulated 1919

George V, H Penny Circulated 1919

This is the 1919 H Penny, the last to be struck outside the Mint. It was struck by the Heaton Mint in Birmingham, that is why it carries the H mint mark. These are nice coins, used but better than average for a coin that is now over 90 years old. Add one to your collection and your folder will be closer to filling up…
£8.95
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George V, King’s Norton Penny in Fine, 1918

1918 King’s Norton Penny in Fine. In the reign of King George V the Royal Mint ran out of capacity to strike enough coins for everyday usage, so they contracted out the minting of some Pennies. One of the two Mints they used was the King’s Norton Mint, unlike the Birmingham Mint, the King’s Norton Mint had never struck coins for them before. They only made pennies for the Mint in 1918 and 1919 and all of these coins carry the ‘KN’ mint mark by the left of the date. Of the two mints, the King’s Norton is by far the most difficult to get.
£14.95
Picture of George V, King's Norton Penny, 1918

George V, King's Norton Penny, 1918

In the reign of King George V the Royal Mint ran out of capacity to strike enough coins for everyday usage, so they contracted out the minting of some Pennies. One of the two Mints they used was the King’s Norton Mint, unlike the Birmingham Mint, the King’s Norton Mint had never struck coins for them before. They only made pennies for the Mint in 1918 and 1919 and all of these coins carry the ‘KN’ mint mark by the left of the date. Of the two mints, the King’s Norton is by far the most difficult to get. We have a nice little group of the 1918 issue in Fine condition. Remember these KN Pennies were only ever struck for two years.
£14.95
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George V, Penny 1920

Uncirculated to Brilliant Uncirculated.
£50.00
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George V, Penny 1926 Fine

In the reign of King George V there were 2 different types of 1926 Pennies. The first type which this one is, and it’s the one you can afford. The second or modified bust is very rare and thus very expensive. You have the bust of George V on one side and a seated Britannia on the other side. The coins are in selected circulated condition, now 95 years old and the only 1926 Penny that you will ever be able to buy for your collection. Supplies are very limited.
£6.95
Picture of George V, Penny 1935 Uncirculated

George V, Penny 1935 Uncirculated

In 1935 King George V reached his Silver Jubilee (1910-1935), a feat that not all that many of our Monarchs had or would reach. A handsome Penny featuring the bare head portrait of the King was issued for that year. We have a nice group of these 1935 Pennies on offer, but supplies are limited. Grade offered is Uncirculated. The coins are handsome, and they were issued just a year before the death of King George V, which brought about great problems with royal succession.
£25.00
Picture of George V, Penny 1936 Brilliant Uncirculated

George V, Penny 1936 Brilliant Uncirculated

1936 was the year that Great Britain had three different Kings, George V, Edward VIII, and George VI. This is the old large-size penny that was struck in 1936 and they are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. They are about as nice as you will ever see them. Most of the coins were struck while Edward VIII was King but all the coins carried the portrait of King George V. New coins were not issued until after the new Monarch’s Coronation. These coins are in beautiful condition and come with a fascinating history, get them while you can.
£35.00
Picture of George V, Penny Collection, 1911-36

George V, Penny Collection, 1911-36

Date set of Pennies struck at the Royal Mint between 1911 and 1936 including 1912H penny for FREE, that's 27 coins in total.
£49.50
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George V, Penny 'H' Mintmark Fine, 1918

It is strange but true; the Royal Mint did not strike a lot of the bronze coins that were issued in this country. In fact at one point they were using two private mints to strike coins for them. The Heaton Mint which has a mintmark ‘H’ as on this coin and the Kings Norton Mint which used a ‘KN’ mintmark. Interesting enough, both private mints have gone out of business. This Penny is dated 1918, which was during World War I and we guess the Royal Mint had too many other things on its plate. The mintmark is below Britannia to the left of the date. The coins on offer are in Fine condition and are rather difficult to find these days. The Royal Mint didn’t strike this 1918 Penny but the Mint Birmingham Ltd did. Why not add one to your collection?
£8.95
Picture of George V, Penny Uncirculated/Brilliant Uncirculated 1935

George V, Penny Uncirculated/Brilliant Uncirculated 1935

In 1935 King George V reached his Silver Jubilee (1910-1935), a feat that not all that many of our Monarchs had or would reach. A handsome Penny featuring the bare head portrait of the King was issued for that year. We have a nice group of these 1935 Pennies on offer, but supplies are limited. We have two grades: Uncirculated - Brilliant Uncirculated and Uncirculated condition. The coins are handsome and the next year King George V would die, causing great problems with his successor.
£35.00
Picture of George V, Penny Uncirculated/Brilliant Uncirculated, 1936

George V, Penny Uncirculated/Brilliant Uncirculated, 1936

George V, 1910-1936, Penny, 1936. Uncirculated-Brilliant Uncirculated
£28.00
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George VI, 1 Penny Uncirculated, 1948

1D (1 Penny) from the reign of George VI, minted in 1948 and in uncirculated condition.
£8.00
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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.
£29.50
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George VI, Penny (Rare) Fine 1950

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. How do we know? Because a good friend went to the Bahamas 50 years ago and advertised in the newspapers to buy these coins. For the past 50 years these coins have lain in his safe deposit box untouched. 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 Fine and Very Fine condition and remember they only struck a total of 240,000 1950 Pennies for circulation. Most collections are missing this date of King George VI Penny, but now you can change all that. Now you can add a Key Date 1950 Penny to your collection, while this Bahamas Hoard lasts. But there are far more collectors who want this coin than there are coins to satisfy those needs. You have been warned….
£19.50
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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
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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
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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
Picture of George VI, Penny 1949 Brilliant Uncirculated

George VI, Penny 1949 Brilliant Uncirculated

In 1949 the Royal Mint changed the legend on our coinage, IND IMP was omitted. This was due to India gaining its independence from this country and there was no longer a reason to have it on the legend. There were only two more pennies after this issue and both of these are Rare and very expensive, especially in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. If you want an important type coin, at a price that won’t break the bank, then this 1949 Penny without IND IMP is the coin for you. All of the coins are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and came from a bag that was found in a bank in the United States. They had been there since 1949! These are priced right to entice and delight you and at our price, it might be interesting to buy a couple of extra pieces for trading with other collectors.
£17.00
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George VI, Penny 1949 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. Here we offer the 1949 Penny in Brilliant Unirculated condition.
£20.00
Picture of George VI, Penny Brilliant Uncirculated, 1937

George VI, Penny Brilliant Uncirculated, 1937

George VI, Penny 1937 - Brilliant Uncirculated
£20.00
Picture of George VI, Penny Uncirculated/Brilliant Uncirculated, 1937

George VI, Penny Uncirculated/Brilliant Uncirculated, 1937

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
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George VI, Penny Uncirculated/Brilliant Uncirculated, 1938

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 1938 in between uncirculated & brilliant uncirculated condition.
£15.00
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Henry II (1154-1189) Silver Penny

Tealby' type Carlise Mint, moneyer Willelm, about Very Fine which is a very nice grade for this weakly struck type
£550.00
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Henry III, Penny (Canterbury) Silver Very Fine

In the reign of King Henry III, the only coin that was made was a Silver Penny. Some of these coins were cut in half or in quarters to make Halfpennies and Farthings, but the Silver Penny was the only coin actually issued. The newest of these coins is almost 750 years old. You have the crowned facing portrait of Henry on the obverse and a cross on the reverse. These Silver Pennies we have on offer were struck in the city of Canterbury, which we think makes them even more interesting. Each coin was struck by hand one at a time. The coins on offer are in Very Fine condition, which is quite a high grade for this English Silver coin. Supplies are limited and we know you will love owning this 750-year-old Silver Penny.
£159.50
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John, Penny Fine

King John was the youngest son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine, he was King of England from 1199 until his death in 1216, he was also granted Lordship of Ireland, and coins were struck in his name for use in Ireland. His reign was remembered more for the loss of large parts of France and quarrels with the Church and English Barons resulting in the signing of Magna Carta on 15 June 1215. The aim was to make peace between the King and the rebel barons and to ensure the protection of church rites. Here we offer these important silver pennies from his reign in Fine, a very collectible coin with detailed portraits. Very limited availability.
£195.00