United Kingdom 10 Mixed Coins | British Currency | New Pence | Penny | Farthing | Shilling | Pound | 1953 - 2020

SKU: 10UK
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Description

10 Mixed coins from United Kingdom (Britain, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland). Different British coins picked randomly from these periods: Pound sterling (1953 - 2020).

The product may contain these denominations: New Pence, Farthing, Shilling, Penny

Monetary unit and its division: 4 Farthing = 1 Penny; 12 Pence = 1 Shilling; 5 Shillings = 1 Crown; 20 Shillings = 1 Pound; 100 Pence = 1 Pound

Currency: Mixed

Coin type: Standard circulated coins

Compositions: Bronze, Brass, Copper-nickel, Nickel brass, Copper plated steel

Type: Collections, Lots

Year: 1953 - 2020ย 

Weight: 50 g.

Shape: Round

Mint: Royal Mint

Mint location: Llantrisant


The product may be slightly different from the photos. Each product may have different combinations of coins, various dates, and denominations, and unique catalog numbers. Please pay attention, these currencies were in general circulation for many years. The coins may have scratches, dirt, or damage from oxidation.


Pictures and symbols may be found on the coins:

โ„น Themes: Boats, Portraits

๐Ÿ‘ธ Queens: Elizabeth II

๐Ÿ‘‘ Kings: George VI

๐Ÿพ Animals: Wren

๐Ÿฆ Birds: Eurasian wren

๐ŸŸ Buildings: Britannia figure

๐Ÿ€ Plants: Olive branch, Turor Rose

๐ŸŒน Flowers: Thistle

๐Ÿšข Ships and Boats: Golden Hind

Other interesting information: Britannia is the national personification of Britain as a helmeted female warrior holding a trident and shield. Britannia was the name variously applied to the British Isles, Great Britain, and the Roman province of Britain during the Roman Empire. Appearing on Roman coins of the 2nd century AD. To symbolise the Royal Navy's victories, Britannia's spear became the characteristic trident in 1797, and a helmet was added to the coinage in 1825.

Other fact: Golden Hind was a galleon captained by Francis Drake in his circumnavigation of the world between 1577 and 1580. She was originally known as Pelican, but Drake renamed her mid-voyage in 1578, in honour of his patron, Sir Christopher Hatton, whose crest was a golden hind (a female red deer). Queen Elizabeth I partly sponsored Sir Francis Drake as the leader of an expedition intended to pass around South America through the Strait of Magellan and to explore the coast that lay beyond. The queen's support was advantageous; Drake had official approval to benefit himself and the queen, as well as to cause the maximum damage to the Spaniards. This eventually culminated in the Angloโ€“Spanish War.

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  • Standard shipping method is 10 - 14 days;
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