Shilling (British coin)

It has been suggested that Shilling (English coin) be merged into this article. ... The testoon was one of the first English coins to bear a real (rather than a ...

Values of Coins of the UK - The Shilling - Tony Clayton's Home Page

Values of Coins of UK - One Shilling. ... It is stressed that the following prices are a guide to retail prices only, and are in UK pounds. They represent what you ...

Coins of the UK - The Shilling - Tony Clayton's Home Page

Guide to the History of The Shilling. ... 1548 in roman numerals, which makes them and the similar half sovereigns the earliest dated coins in the British series.

One Shilling Coin | eBay

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Understanding old British money - pounds, shillings and pence

The shilling was subdivided into twelve (12) pennies. The penny was ... The pre- decimalisation British system of coinage was introduced by King Henry II. It was ...

Old coins: strike gold with pre-decimal silver | Money | The Guardian

Sep 9, 2011 ... The old shilling coin, which became the 5p piece, is now worth £2 ... Age UK, for example, which sells on old coins for scrap value, says people ...

George VI-Elizabeth II-1937-1970 - British-One-Shilling-Coin-Price ...


Pre-decimal Sterling - Edkins Family Index Page

Two shillings and sixpence (a half crown) would be 2/6, and would be said as ' Two ..... Shilling comes from the Old English 'to divide', as coins were often cut to  ...

Shilling Coins and Paper Money | eBay

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Shillings - AH Baldwin & Sons Ltd. - Buy and Sell Rare Coins

Great Britain - Gold (221) · Great Britain - Silver (641) · Great Britain - Copper ... Henry VIII (1509-47), Testoon, third coinage (1544-7), Tower Mint, debased issue , facing. ... Edward VI (1547-53), Shilling, second period (Jan.1549-Apr.1550), ...

Popular Q&A
Q: Can you spend shilling coins in UK?
A: Shillings haven't been part of the UK currency since 1971. The equivalent coin today would be 5p. Read More »
Q: How Much Is 5 Shilling Coin 1953 Uk?
A: About $10 in mint condition Anonymous Read More »
Q: What Are Shilling Coins Worth?
A: Description. Shillings varied slightly in size, weight and purity through the centuries. Most are 24 mm in diameter and weigh 5.7 g. Shillings were made of 92.5... Read More »
Q: What is a British Shilling coin?
A: A Shilling coin is a denomination of the old redundant predecimal British currency system and dates back to the time of Henry VII when it was known as a "Testoo... Read More »
Q: Where are the coin 'shillings' used?
A: A shilling is a former currency of Britain. It was worth about one-twentieth of Read More »