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1834 UK shilling value, William IV
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1836 UK shilling value, William IV
1837 UK shilling value, William IV
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1837 UK shilling specifications
Monarch
William IV (1830 - 1837)
Edge reeded
Weight 5.65 g
Diameter 23.5 mm
Composition 92.5% silver
Minted London, England
Mintage approx. 478,160
Scarcity harder for period

 

1837 United Kingdom shilling design
Obverse William Wyon
Reverse Jean Baptiste Merlen
1837 United Kingdom shilling value
VG F VF EF aUnc Unc
£10 £32 £76 £292 £450 £589+

Notes:

   - last King William IV era UK shilling

   - images courtesy of C. Farthing

1837 UK shilling reverse, William IV

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1837 UK shilling obverse, William IV

The 1837 United Kingdom shilling

obverse features the bare head of King

William IV facing right, with the legend:

'GULIELMUS IIII D:G: BRITANNIAR:

REX F:D:'.


The reverse shows the words 'ONE SHILLING'

with the royal crown above, and a small scroll

below. An oak wreath with a bow at the base

surrounds the main design, with the date below.


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UK shilling

William IV

1837

What is a 1837 United Kingdom shilling coin worth?

Values, images, and specifications for the 1837 UK shilling.

(Great Britain, England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland)

1837 shilling value - United Kingdom

1837

UK shilling


King George III

(1760 - 1820)


King George IV

(1820 - 1830)


King William IV

(1830 - 1837)


Queen Victoria

(1838 - 1901)


King Edward VII

(1902 - 1910)


King George V

(1911 - 1936)


King George VI

(1937 - 1952)


Queen Elizabeth II

(1953 - 1967)

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VG Very Good
F Fine
VF Very Fine
EF Extremely Fine
aUnc about Uncirculated
Unc Uncirculated

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