Early milled coinage - British Coins price guide and values - Coins and United Kingdom

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United Kingdom coins price guide and values - Early milled coinage

In England, the first non-hammered coins were produced in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I in the 1560s, but while machine-produced coins were experimentally produced at intervals over the next century, the production of hammered coins did not finally end until 1662.

The value of a early milled British coin depends on several factors such as quality and wear, supply and demand, rarity, finish and more. Values in the section are based on the market, trends, auctions and recognized books, publications and catalogs. This section also includes information on errors and varieties and characteristics.


Half Penny


2 Pence

3 Pence

4 Pence

  • 1670 to 1684 - Charles II
  • 1686 to 1688 - James II
  • 1689 to 1694 - William and Mary
  • 1697 to 1702 - William III
  • 1703 to 1713 - Anne
  • 1717 to 1727 - George I
  • 1729 to 1760 - George II
  • 1763 to 1800 - George III

6 Pence


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