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Irish

coin values

Kingdom of

Ireland


1171 to 1826

Pending

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland


decimal


1968 to present

Pending

Republic of

Ireland


1928 to present

Pending

Irish Coin Values

Ireland

In 1801 the Kingdom of Ireland was formally

united with the Kingdom of Great Britain to form

the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.

The Irish pound continued until 1826, before

being abolished.


Following the Irish war of independance in 1922, most of

Ireland separated from the UK to form the Irish Free State,

later renamed the Republic of Ireland.

 Ireland continued to use UK currency until 1928.


Six counties of Northern Ireland remained with the United Kingdom, the union becoming the

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

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The Norman invasion of Ireland was the

conduit for the formation of the Lordship

of Ireland as a papal possession in 1171,

under the rule of the Kingdom of England.


King Henry VIII, of England, was proclaimed

King of Ireland in 1541, at which stage the

Lordship of Ireland became the Kingdom of

Ireland, although continued to be ruled as a

separate kingdom until 1801.


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