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1763 British shilling value, George III, Northumberland
1763 British shilling value, George III, Northumberland
1787 British shilling value, George III, no semee of hearts
1787 British shilling value, George III, no semee of hearts
1787 British shilling value, George III, no hearts, no stop over head
1787 British shilling value, George III, no hearts, no stop over head
1787 British shilling value, George III, no hearts, no stop at date
1787 British shilling value, George III, no hearts, no stop at date
1787 British shilling value, George III, no hearts, no obverse stops
1787 British shilling value, George III, no hearts, no obverse stops
1787 British shilling value, George III, with semee of hearts
1787 British shilling value, George III, with semee of hearts
1787 British shilling value, George III, with hearts, 1 over mirrored 1
1787 British shilling value, George III, with hearts, 1 over mirrored 1
1798 British shilling value, George III, Dorrien and Magens
1798 British shilling value, George III, Dorrien and Magens
1816 UK shilling value, George III
1816 UK shilling value, George III
1817 UK shilling value, George III
1817 UK shilling value, George III
1817 UK shilling value, George III, GEOE
1817 UK shilling value, George III, GEOE
1817 UK shilling value, George III, RRITT
1817 UK shilling value, George III, RRITT
1818 UK shilling value, George III
1818 UK shilling value, George III
1818 UK shilling value, George III, high 8
1818 UK shilling value, George III, high 8
1819 UK shilling value, George III
1819 UK shilling value, George III
1819 UK shilling value, George III, 9 over 8
1819 UK shilling value, George III, 9 over 8
1820 UK shilling value, George III
1820 UK shilling value, George III
1820 UK shilling value, George III, I over S
1820 UK shilling value, George III, I over S
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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.


12 pennies = 1 shilling = 1/20 of a pound


The first King George III era British shilling was minted

in 1763, and the last in 1820.


Dates not minted: 1760 - 1762, 1764 - 1786,

1788 - 1797, 1799 - 1815

The King George III era British shilling

had two completely different designs.


Pre-formation of the UK, the shilling obverse

features the armored laureate bust of George III,

facing right. The reverse shows a cruciform of

shields with emblems of George's royal claims,

crowns in diagonals between, and date below.


Post-formation of the UK, the shilling obverse

features the laureate head of George III facing

right, with date below. The reverse shows the

UK coat of arms, with the royal crown above.


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


Values, images, and specifications for George III shilling coins from the UK,

Great Britain, England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland from 1760 to 1820.

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UK shilling

George III

1760 to 1820

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George III era shilling values - United Kingdom

King George III

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