The shilling (1/-) was a coin worth one twentieth of a pound sterling, or twelve
pence. It was first minted in the reign of Henry VII as the testoon, and became ...
The headings F, VF, EF and Unc refer to the condition grades of the coins. A
guide to evaluating grades is found on my UK Coin Values Index page. Proof
The shilling is no longer in use in Britain. ... As of June 2014, five British pence is
worth around 8.5 U.S. cents. ... How much is a Sacagawea gold coin worth? Q: ...
5.6G. ENGLISH SHILLING COINS. SILVER. SHILLING. COINS. LION ON LARGE
CROWN. 1937. 26.402. £10. PROOF FDC SHILLING COIN. 1937. 8.359.122.
British coins on this page are arranged from the most valuable to the least ...
Large Early Silver Florins and Crowns - Florins (two shillings), double florins, ...
Sep 9, 2011 ... The old shilling coin, which became the 5p piece, is now worth £2 ... Members of
the British Numismatic Trade Association (BNTA) can be ...
I believe the guinea was, still is, just a value and not a coin or note." ... shilling
The shilling was subdivided into twelve (12) pennies. The penny was further ...
Sep 5, 2011 ... I seem to recall that the UK "retired" some coins a few decades ago. Here is what
I have: - Shillings - some are dated 1949 - New Pence
The oft used plural for penny in England was "pence." ... that several of the early
Saxon coins have the same names as their 18th century British counterparts.
We buy all British and Foreign silver coins including silver shillings, crowns,
sixpences, florins, marks, guilders, francs, dollars, lire, dinar roubles and rupees.