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||William IV (1830 - 1837)
|Scarcity||harder for period
|Reverse||Jean Baptiste Merlen|
- last King William IV era UK shilling
- images courtesy of C. Farthing
The 1837 United Kingdom shilling
obverse features the bare head of King
William IV facing right, with the legend:
'GULIELMUS IIII D:G: BRITANNIAR:
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.
Further detail in notes
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What is a 1837 United Kingdom shilling coin worth?
Values, images, and specifications for the 1837 UK shilling.
(Great Britain, England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland)
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