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QUEEN VICTORIA SILVER SHILLING 1887
In 1887, Queen Victoria celebrated her Golden Jubilee and the Royal Mint was allowed to change her portrait; the first time since 1838. Queen Victoria hated her new portrait on the Shilling. EF #3
GEORGE III SHILLING 1787 EF #2
A superb coin with excellent detail and sharp clean edges, scarce in this condition. 41 mm 57g
James I Shilling first coinage
James I (1603-25), silver Shilling, first coinage (1603-04), second crowned bust right, value behind, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding both sides, mint mark thistle both sides, IACOBVS D; G; ANG; SCO; FRA; ET. HIB; REX.,
QUEEN VICTORIA SILVER SHILLING 1887 EF#3
QUEEN VICTORIA SILVER SHILLING 1900 FV
The "Old head" was designed by Sir Thomas Brock, The reverse was designed by Sir Edward Poynter, but engraved by George William de Saulles. VF Diam: 2.4mm Weight: 5.6g FV
1723 George I British Silver Shilling Coin
1st bust, 'SSC' in angles.
A nice coin with good detail.
Diameter: 25.5mm, Weight: 6.0g, Material: .925 Silver.
The pictures provided are of the actual coin for sale.
GEORGE II – SHILLING – 1758 VF
Dated 1758. Old bust, dies â†‘â†“. Obv: with GEORGIVS.II.DEI.GRATIA. legend. Rev: crowned cruciform shields with date 17-58 at English arms and .M.B.F.ET.H.REX.F.D.B.ET.L.D.S.R.I.A.T.ET.E. legend.
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