All Coin Values resource
UK coin values
1801 to 1967
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For the purposes of our 'UK - 1801 to 1967'
pages, the 'United Kingdom' era of British
history refers to the period between the
formation of the 'United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland' in 1801, up until the
end of predecimal coinage in 1967.
These pages also include the
'United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Northern Ireland', post separation of the
'Irish Free State' in 1922. Further detail
Value and spec information is sourced from various locations, including coin literature, coin dealers, resource websites, and asking price for online sales by reputable coin
dealers. All values are based on what you might expect to pay to buy a coin from a reputable dealer. Many factors affect value aside from grade. For the purposes of our
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The above pages are circulation coinage from
the United Kingdom between 1801 and 1967, excluding emergency and Maundy issues.
We have also covered some of the pre-UK
coinage of George III's reign, and fractional
coinage often only used in British colonies.
For coins minted before the formation of the
United Kingdom, or after decimilisation, refer to our
'UK & British Coin Index'. (or use our search function).
Several denominations that were circulating in the UK
during this period are not mentioned above, as they
were minted prior to the forming of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
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