Wondering what an old Welsh coin might be worth?
Values, images, and specifications for coins from Wales.
All Coin Values resource
1283 to 1536
of Great Britain &
1968 to present
1536 to 1707
1707 to 1801
Further detail pending
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For centuries after the end of Roman
occupation Wales was a region dominated
by tribal leaders, regularly at war with each
other, and with England.
Around 1283 the region of Wales was
conquered by the English, and from this
point forward is ruled as a conquered
territory until formally integrated in to the
Kingdom of England in 1536.
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