Wondering what an old Scottish coin might be worth?
Values, images, and specifications for coins from Scotland.
All Coin Values resource
C. 843 to 1707
1707 to 1801
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
1968 to present
From this point forward the Scottish
and English Kingdoms were run as
separate Kingdoms under the same
Stuart monarch, until their formal
union in 1707, becoming the
Kingdom of Great Britain.
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Under pressure from consistant
Norse attacks, the Picts and the
Gaels united around 843 AD to form
the Kingdom of Scotland.
Centuries of fending off English invasion was finally ended when the Stuart King of Scotland inherited the English throne.
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