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Values, images, and specifications for coins from the UK, Great Britain, England, Ireland,
Scotland, Wales, crown dependancies and colonies of the former British Empire.
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UK & British
C. 927 to 1536
1283 to 1536
C. 843 to 1707
1171 to 1541
1541 to 1801
1536 to 1707
1707 to 1801
United Kingdom of
Great Britain & Ireland
1801 to 1922
United Kingdom of
& Northern Ireland
1922 to Present
Irish Free State
1922 to 1937
1937 to 1949
Republic of Ireland
1949 to present
The structure of what we now know as the
United Kingdom has changed significantly over
time, as the Kingdom of England expanded
her territories in the latter middle ages.
While there was significant conflict throughout
this period of expansion, and often England
effectively ruled other kingdoms and regions
on and off much earlier than identified herein,
the dates we will use refer to formal unions
Following are the significant formal changes,
then underneath is a flow chart of events.
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The Kingdom of Scotland was formally joined with the Kingdom of England in 1707 to form
In 1801 the Irish parliament was disolved, and the Kingdom of Ireland joined a union with
the Kingdom of Great Britain to become the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
The end of 1921 saw the seperation of much of Ireland from the United Kingdom, resulting in the
formation of the Irish Free State in 1922, which was later renamed the Republic of Ireland.
In 1922 the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland was renamed
the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
During British expansion many colonies were founded around the world, at one point making the
British Empire the largest ever known. Many of these colonies have since become the modern countries
we know today, and while most now are independantly governed, many still retain the Monarchy of the
United Kingdom as their head of state.
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