Collectors' Coins Great Britain 2008 (With Free Coin) by Christopher Henry Perkins

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During the latter part of the 18th century captured Spanish colonial silver coins were circulating in Great Britain due to the lack of proper silver coinage. In 1797 the government made this more official by countermarking Spanish colonial coins and making them legal tender for various face values. It wasn’t until 1816/17 that a proper re-coinage was undertaken at the new Royal Mint building at Tower Hill, which was fully equipped with the new and proven Boulton/Watt technology (see notes for Cartwheel Twopence).

Reported 1994. 344,520 £6 £12 £40 £80/£90 2nd 1 over upside-down I £60 £100 724,680 £6 £12 £45 £90/£100 2 struck over 1 £8 £15 £80 1,817,640 £6 £12 £45 £70/£90 4 over 5 £8 £20 £50 £90/£100 Double 4 in date £8 £20 (reported 2005) 855,360 £6 £12 £60 £110/£140 914,760 £4 £6 £40 £100/ 1,366,200 £4 £15 £45 £75/£100 226,000 7 over 6 £15 £60 £240 712,800 £5 £10 £45 £70/£85 2nd 8 over 6 £20 £50 £200 £450/ 2nd 8 over 7 £6 £15 £45 £85/£95 380,160 £6 £12 £45 £70/£90 9 over 8 £5 £10 £50 £70/£90 594,000 £30 £100 £300 £600/ 31,300 £50 £200 £550 11,880 £30 £120 £300 £600/ 1,096,613 £4 £10 £40 £70/£90 5 struck over 3 £3 £15 £50 £100/£120 646,041 £5 £10 £40 £85/£100 Victoria 1848 Groat.

4 £10 £40 £110/£150 ND Large date over small date (noted 2003) £120/ 1859 P1519 1,075,200 Large date £8 £25 £90 £170/ 1859 ND 9 over 8 £6 £16 £100 £180/ 1859 P1519 Smaller date £8 £30 £100 £190/ 1860* P1521 60 struck over 59 £1500 *NOT date below Britannia smaller bronze type. Above Right: Victoria 1858 Penny DEF: = near colon DEF_: = far colon OT - ornamental trident PT - plain trident Plain trident coins have near colons. From 1839 to 1851 all have Ornamental tridents. An ornamental trident is shown in comparison to a Plain trident (bottom image).

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