The history of the English penny from 1603 to 1707 covers the period of the House of Stuart, ... The second (1604–1619) and third coinages show a rose instead of the king's ... The obverse showed a left-facing bust of the new king with no value ... English hammered coinage — all subsequent English and British coins have ...
The English shilling was a silver coin of the Kingdom of England, when first introduced known ... 2.4 Mary (1553–1558); 2.5 Elizabeth I (1558–1603); 2.6 James I (1603–1625); 2.7 1625 to 1706 ... accounting term dating back to Anglo- Saxon times, to mean a 20th of a pound, although there was no specific coin of that value.
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List of British banknotes and coins, with commonly used terms. Contents. [hide]. 1 Coins; 2 Pre- ... The value of some coins fluctuated, particularly in the reigns of James I and Charles I. The value of a guinea fluctuated between 20 .... Half sovereign, 10/-, £0.5, 1544–1553; 1603–1604; 1817–1937, A bullion coin since 1980.
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