What is a King Edward VII shilling from the United Kingdom worth?
Values, images, and specifications for KE VII one shilling coins from the UK, Great Britain,
England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and British colonies from 1902 to 1910.
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1902 to 1910
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The King Edward VII era United Kingdom
shilling obverse features the bare head
of Edward VII facing right.
The reverse shows a lion standing on the
royal crown, with the date divided to either
side. The main design is surrounded by a
legend reading 'FID: DEF: IND: IMP:',
with the words 'ONE SHILLING' below.
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Albert Edward became King after the death
of his mother, Queen Victoria, in 1901,
having been 'heir apparant' for 59 years.
Deciding to reign under 'Edward VII', he
was received very well as king.
12 pennies = 1 shilling = 1/20 of a pound
The first King Edward VII UK shilling
was minted in 1902, and the last in 1910.
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