Guide to identifying pre decimal milled coins

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This might be useful for those unidentifiable /toasted coins. A mix of the size and the head direction should help significantly.


House of Brunswick

Right - George I (1714 - 27)
Left - George II (1727 - 60)
Right - George III (1760 - 1820)
Left - George IV (1820 - 30)
Right - William IV (1830 - 37)
Left - Victoria (1837 - 1901)

House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
Right - Edward VII (1901-10)

House of Windsor
Left - George V (1910 - 36)
None officially issued - Edward VIII (1936)
Left - George VI (1936 - 52)
Right - Elizabeth II (1952 - present)

Note the images below enlarge if you click on them. Also you can look at each one by using the left and right arrows on the enlarged photos, there is no need to click on them all individually.
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(Info on the coin sizes is copyright Pre decimal.com)
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