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Charles I, Tower Mint Shilling About Very Fine, 1625-1649

Charles I (1625-1649), Tower Mint Shilling, Group 1B, Mm. Lis. About Very Fine
£225.00

Charles II, Shilling 1663

Charles II (1660-85) Shilling, First Bust, 1663 (normal die axis) Extremely Fine very Prooflike with beautiful toning Rare
£1,250.00

Charles II, Shilling 1668

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, Second bust, 1668.
£495.00

Commonwealth, Shilling 1656

The Commonwealth (1649-60) Shilling 1656
£785.00

Edward VII, Shilling Very Good

In the short reign of King Edward VII (1901-1910) the coins were still being struck in (0.925) Sterling Silver. It was a short reign so there were not all that many coins struck and some of the dates are rare but we are offering you nice type examples of Edward VII's Shilling for your collection, NO RARE DATES AVAILABLE. The coins are in Very Good condition.
£22.50

Edward VII, Shilling, 1907

Edward VII’s reign was very short, as he had to wait for his Mother, Queen Victoria, to pass before he could become King. Coins for this Monarch were only issued from 1902-1910. This issue we can offer the 1907 Shilling. The Shilling was of course given to individuals when they joined the Services. You were said to take the King’s Shilling. The 1907 Shilling is in Very Good – Fine condition and struck in Sterling Silver, which is the finest silver that a coin actually meant to be used were struck in.
£24.95

Elizabeth II, Scotland, Pair of Scottish Shillings BU, 1966

Most people think that the last pre-decimal coins struck for circulation were dated 1967, they would only be partly right. In fact most pre-decimal coins were last struck in 1967, that is except for the Shilling. The last Shilling struck for circulation was in 1966, they did not make any in 1967. They issued two different types of 1966 Shillings, the English reverse and the Scottish reverse. The coin on offer this issue is the Scottish 1966 Shilling in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. As the Shilling had a direct decimal equivalent they felt that they had enough of this denomination to fill all their needs at the time. We are offering you a pair (2 pieces) of the 1966 Scottish Shilling in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Why two pieces? So you can show the obverse and reverse at the same time
£3.50

Elizabeth II, Scotland, Scottish Shilling BU, 1958

1958 Shilling with the Scottish reverse in Brilliant Uncirculated Condition.
£5.95

Elizabeth II, Scottish Shilling Brilliant Uncirculated,1963

Shillings with the Scottish reverse were first made in 1937, to honour Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, George VI’s wife. They were last made in 1966, because we were going decimal. The coins on offer are dated 1963 and in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, remember it is almost the last date that a Scottish Shilling was struck. Nice gifts to anyone with Scottish blood in them. Brilliant Uncirculated and dated 1963.
£3.50

George I, Shilling 1723 SSC

George I (1714-27), Shilling, First laureate and draped bust, 1723, SSC in angles on reverse, scarce variety witth French arms at date. Good Very Fine and a very pleasing example.
£850.00

George II, Shilling (Roses), 1739

George II, 1727-60, Shilling, Young head, 1739. Roses in angles on reverse. Uncirculated with beautiful light toning
£875.00

George II, Shilling Lima, 1745

Obverse: Old laureate and draped bust facing left, LIMA below, Reverse: Cruciform shields, garter star at centre, plain angles. Uncirculated / about Uncirculated with nice toning.
£650.00

George II, Shilling with Roses 1747

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1747. Old laureate and draped bust left with Roses in angles on reverse. Bold Very Fine and a very pleasing example.
£265.00

George III, Bull Head Shilling Fair (1816-1820)

In 1816 they passed the Currency Reform Act which made it possible to strike coins without having to have the Monarch sign a bill every year. This was because of King George III's sickness, which resulted in a great shortage of small coins. In 1816 and until 1820 this new design of the King’s Shilling circulated and the King hated the new designs. In fact he hated the Half Crown design so much that he made them change it. All of the George III Shillings are struck in Sterling Silver and they were only made from 1816 until 1820. We can offer this Bull Head Shilling of George III in Fair. The King may have hated the design, but we like it. The more coins you order, the more different dates we will try and give you.
£18.95

George III, Northumberland Shilling 1763

George III (1760-1820) 'Northumberland' Shilling 1763
£850.00

George III, Shillling, 1787 Very Fine

Sterling Silver Shilling dated 1787 with the arms of Hanover and France on the reverse.
£99.50

George IV, Shilling 1826 About Uncirculated

George IV (1820-30), Shilling 1826. Bare head left, Reverse: Lion on Crown.
£275.00

George IV, Shilling, 1826

Obverse, Bare Head facing left, date below. Reverse, Lion on Crown. Uncirculated with lovely toning.
£345.00

George VI, English Shilling Choice Uncirculated, 1949

It was in the reign of King George VI that all silver was removed from our coinage and replaced with what we use today, cupronickel. But what many collectors don’t realise is that the cupronickel coins of George VI in choice condition are much rarer to get than choice silver coins of George VI. We purchased a group of the 1949 English Shillings, put away in 1949 and are they super! We have classed them Choice Uncirculated, the worst coin is far superior to what you see on the market. The current catalogue price on this coin is £35.00 in just Uncirculated condition and all of these are much nicer than that. A chance to buy a Choice George VI 1949 English cupronickel Shilling at a price that will please you…
£25.00

George VI, English Shilling Choice Uncirculated, 1949

It was in the reign of King George VI that all silver was removed from our coinage and replaced with what we use today, cupronickel. But what many collectors don’t realise is that the cupronickel coins of George VI in choice condition are much rarer to get than choice silver coins of George VI. We purchased a group of the 1949 English Shillings, put away in 1949 and are they super! We have classed these as Choice Uncirculated; the worst coin is far superior to what you see on the market and the finest coins are just about as good as you will ever see. The current catalogue price on this coin is £35.00 in just Uncirculated condition and all of these are much nicer than that. A chance to buy a Choice George VI 1949 English cupronickel Shilling at a price that will please you.
£25.00

George VI, English Shilling Gem Uncirculated, 1949

It was in the reign of King George VI that all silver was removed from our coinage and replaced with what we use today, cupronickel. But what many collectors don’t realise is that the cupronickel coins of George VI in choice condition are much rarer to get than choice silver coins of George VI. We purchased a group of the 1949 English Shillings, put away in 1949 and are they super! We have classed them Choice Uncirculated and Gem Uncirculated, the worst coin is far superior to what you see on the market and the finest coins are just about as good as you will ever see. The current catalogue price on this coin is £35.00 in just Uncirculated condition and all of these are much nicer than that. A chance to buy a Choice George VI 1949 English cupronickel Shilling at a price that will please you…
£35.00

George VI, English Shilling, 1945 AU

World War II was over and our coinage was still struck in silver, something that would carry on for just one more year. Starting with his Coronation in 1937, the Shilling had been struck with both an English and a Scottish reverse. So this 1945 English Shilling is the penultimate English Shilling to be issued in silver. Here we offer the 1945 Shilling in Uncirculated condition. Remember these are still struck in 500 fine Silver.
£12.00

George VI, English Shilling, 1945 Uncirculated

World War II was over and our coinage was still struck in silver, something that would carry on for just one more year. Starting with his Coronation in 1937, the Shilling had been struck with both an English and a Scottish reverse. So this 1945 English Shilling is the penultimate English Shilling to be issued in silver. Here we offer the 1945 Shilling in About Uncirculated condition. Remember these are still struck in 500 fine Silver.
£20.00

George VI, English Shilling, 1950 Uncirculated

King George VI died in 1952 and no Shillings were issued that year, although a Proof example did sell for about £35,000. We can offer the penultimate George VI Shilling, the 1950 Shilling with the English reverse. This is not an easy coin to find in the higher grades and we can offer it in Uncirculated and Choice Uncirculated condition. You have the bare head of the King on one side and a lion standing on a crown on the other side. They catalogue £35.00 in Uncirculated condition in the latest catalogue. Choice Uncirculated would of course be more difficult and more expensive, as they are rarer. If you want one, please get in there quickly…
£25.00

George VI, Scotland, Shilling Uncirculated, 1946

Starting in 1937 the Royal Mint issued two types of Shillings each year, one with an English reverse and one with a Scottish reverse. The Scottish one is always the more difficult to get, as the mintages were always much lower than the English version. We offer the last year that the Scottish Shilling was struck in silver, 1946, to you in an incredible grade. They make an excellent souvenir of when money was money and it was struck in Silver. Offered here in uncirculated condition. Supplies are limited and this is the last Scottish Shilling ever struck.
£20.00