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Values, images, and specifications for coins from the Kingdom of England.
All Coin Values resource
C. 927 to 1707
1707 to 1801
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
1968 to present
England and Scotland formed the
Kingdom of Great Britain in 1707, then in
1801 Ireland was brought in to the union,
which became the United Kingdom of
Great Britain and Ireland.
Much of Ireland separated from the
United Kingdom in 1922, the remaining
union being renamed the United Kingdom
of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
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The Kingdom of England was formed
circa 927 AD under King Edgar, a
union between various Anglo-Saxon
Kingdoms within England.
Wales became part of the Kingdom
of England in 1536, the Kingdom
retaining it's original name
'Kingdom of England'.
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