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1821 UK shilling value, George IV
1821 UK shilling value, George IV
1823 UK shilling value, George IV
1823 UK shilling value, George IV
1824 UK shilling value, George IV
1824 UK shilling value, George IV
1825 UK shilling value, George IV, laureate head
1825 UK shilling value, George IV, laureate head
1825 UK shilling value, George IV, laureate head, 5 over 3
1825 UK shilling value, George IV, laureate head, 5 over 3
1825 UK shilling value, George IV, bare head
1825 UK shilling value, George IV, bare head
1825 UK shilling value, George IV, bare head, I for 1
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1826 UK shilling value, George IV
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1826 UK shilling value, George IV, 6 over 2
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1829 UK shilling value, George IV
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George IV ascended to the throne in 1820,

after his fathers death (George III).


Prior to ascension, George IV served as Prince Regent

from 1811 until 1820, due to his fathers ill health.


Dubbed 'the first gentleman of England', he was disliked

by the general population for his extravagance and lack

of leadership during the Napoleonic wars.


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


The first King George IV era UK shilling was minted

in 1821, and the last in 1829.


Dates not minted: 1822, 1828, 1830

The King George IV era United Kingdom

shilling had two different obverse designs,

and three reverse designs.


From 1821 to 1825 the obverse shows the laureate head

of George IV facing left. From 1825 to 1829 the obverse

shows the bare head of George IV, with the date below.


The 1821 reverse shows a crowned coat of arms with

the date below, and a rose, thistle, and shamrock around.

From 1823 to 1825 the reverse shows a crowned coat of

arms, surrounded by a garter, with the date below.

From 1825 to 1829 the reverse shows a lion standing on

the royal crown, with a rose, thistle, and shamrock below.


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


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

Great Britain, England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland, from 1820 to 1830.

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UK shilling

George IV

1820 to 1830

George IV era shilling values - United Kingdom

King George IV

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