British coin values
Maundy money values, UK, Great Britain, England
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1797 British penny value, George III, cartwheel, 10 leaves
1797 British penny value, George III, cartwheel, 10 leaves
1797 British penny value, George III, cartwheel, 11 leaves
1797 British penny value, George III, cartwheel, 11 leaves
1806 UK penny value, George III
1806 UK penny value, George III
1807 UK penny value, George III
1807 UK penny value, George III
1808 UK penny value, George III
1808 UK penny value, George III
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George III became king upon his grandfathers (George II),

death in 1760, his own father having died in 1751.


George III is primarily remembered as the mad king, and

for losing the American colonies, however was reigning at

the formation of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and

Ireland, and oversaw the discovery and settlement of new

colonies, including in Australia.  From 1811 his eldest son

(George IV) acted as Regent, due to his father's ill health.


1 penny = 1/12 of a shilling

= 1/240 of a pound


The first King George III era British copper penny was

minted in 1797, and the last in 1808.


Dates not minted: 1760 - 1796, 1798 - 1805, 1809 - 1820

Early King George III era pennies were made

from silver, however we are concentrating

here on the UK era (1801 to 1967), so will only

include copper pennies, leaving silver to our

'British' and 'Maundy' pages.


The first copper penny was minted in 1797, with

manufacturing of pennies from 1797 to 1808

outsourced to the SOHO mint in Birmingham.


The obverse shows the robed bust of King

George III while the reverse shows Britannia

holding a trident and an olive branch.  More

What is a King George III copper penny from the United Kingdom worth?


Values, images, and specifications for KG III copper penny coins from the UK, Great Britain,

England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, dependancies, and British colonies from 1760 to 1820.

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UK penny

George III

1760 to 1820

King George III penny values - United Kingdom

King George III

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