Values of Coins of England and Great Britain

('Coins of the UK')

by Tony Clayton

Three Shillings, Forty Pence and Forty-Five Pence

Half Crown << : >> Four Shillings

History of 3s, 40d and 45d
Pictures of 3s, 40d and 45d

It is stressed that the following prices are a guide to retail prices only, and are in UK pounds. They represent what you might have to pay a dealer, rather than what you might be able to sell them for.
I can take no personal responsibility for their accuracy, although every effort has been made to ensure that they have been copied correctly.
The information has generally been taken from the UK monthly magazine Coin News, and is reproduced by the kind permission of

Token Publishing Ltd, PO Box 14, Honiton, Devon EX14 9YP, UK

Condition Grades

The headings F, VF, EF and Unc refer to the condition grades of the coins. A guide to evaluating grades is found on my UK Coin Values Index page.

Proof coins relatively often found are listed, but the absence of a mention does not mean that a proof of that year does not exist.

Three Shillings

The Half-Florin or Leopard

No values available.

The Three Shillings Bank Token

George III

Year    F       VF      EF      Unc
1811    35      45      100
1812t1  35      50      125
1812t2  35      45      100
1813    35      45      100
1814    35      45      100
1815    35      45      100
1816    125     250     850

Extracted from The Coin Yearbook 2007.

Forty Pence

Half Noble



No values available (only a single specimen of the Half-George-Noble has survived).

Forty-Five Pence


No values available.


Half Crown << : >> Four Shillings
Values Index

History of the 3s, 40d and 45d
Main History Index

Pictures of 3s, 40d and 45d
Pictures Index

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