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(2,500+ pages and growing quickly).
UK sixpence - 1801 to 1967
UK shilling - 1801 to 1967
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Wondering what that old coin or banknote might be worth?
The aim of AllCoinValues.com is to provide estimated values, images, and relevant information on collectible coins and banknotes from around the world, in one easy to navigate, free to use website.
Our resource pages are set out by country, denomination, and then era, to
allow quick cross reference between similar coins and banknotes.
Information is compiled from a variety of sources to provide specifications,
images, popular varieties, and an average price in each grade for what you
might expect to pay a coin dealer to buy a particular coin or banknote, based
on condition, date, composition, relative scarcity, and demand.
Of course, dealer selling price is not going to be the same as what they would
pay you for your coin or banknote, or what you are likely to achieve as an
amatuer or even semi-professional seller, however is a good indication of
relative value, and can be used as a guide to the upper value of what you
may receive if you were to sell your coin or banknote, whether it be to a
dealer, privately to a collector, or online through an auction website, or similar.
Rare and scarce coins and banknotes, and those in a high state of
preservation demand significantly higher prices.
Condition, particularly, is very significant to collectors, thus key to value.
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Value and spec information is sourced from various locations, including coin literature, coin dealers, resource websites, and asking price for online sales by reputable coin
dealers. All values are based on what you might expect to pay to buy a coin from a reputable dealer. Many factors affect value aside from grade. For the purposes of our
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