The 1806 UK halfpenny obverse features the
laureate bust of King George III facing right,
wearing robes. The surrounding legend reads:
'GEORGIUS III-D:G-REX.', with the
The reverse shows Britannia seated facing left,
holding an olive branch and a trident, with a shield
resting beside. A small ship lies in the left
background. The legend reads 'BRITANNIA'.
Primary varieties: 'no berries',
and '3 berries'
Further detail in notes
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UK half penny
1806 no berries
What is a 1806 halfpenny coin from the United Kingdom worth?
Values, images, and specifications for the 1806 UK half penny.
(Britain, England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and colonies) (no berries variety)
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||George III (1760 - 1820)
|Scarcity||no berries: relatively harder
Notes: - no berries to olive branch
- SOHO not underlined
- images courtesy of Gold Guinea
King George III
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