Identifying coins from 1760-1967

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There are two ways of identifying coins with lots of wear. One is their size and the other is the direction the head faces. Hopefully the info below will assist with both of these.

PLEASE NOTE IF YOU CLICK ON THE IMAGES THEY GET LARGER - save yourself from eye strain ;)


Direction of portrait

George I (1714-27) right
George II (1727-60) left
George III (1760-1820) right
George IV (1820-30) left
William IV (1830-37) right
Victoria (1837-1901) left
Edward VII (1901-10) right
George V (1910-36) left
Edward VIII (1936) right (no coins issued, only proofs)
George VI (1936-52) left
Elizabeth II (1952- ) right

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Coin sizes
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Yes I really don’t like Roman coins, I’m not joking
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