Great Britain: Elizabeth II – 1952 AD – present – 2 Shillings (Florin) 1965 AD KM # 906

Great Britain: Elizabeth II – 1952 AD – present – 2 Shillings (Florin) 1965 AD KM # 906 (obv,)

Great Britain: Elizabeth II – 1952 AD – present – 2 Shillings (Florin) 1965 AD KM # 906 (obv,)

Great Britain: Elizabeth II – 1952 AD – present – 2 Shillings (Florin) 1965 AD KM # 906 (rev,)

Great Britain: Elizabeth II – 1952 AD – present – 2 Shillings (Florin) 1965 AD KM # 906 (rev.)

 

Great Britain: A Brief History

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, located off the northwest coast of the European continent, has an area of 94,227sq. mi. (244,820 sq. km.). Capital: London. The economy is based on industrial activity and trading. Machinery, motor vehicles, chemicals, and textile yarns and fabrics are exported.

After the departure of the Romans, who brought Britain into a more active relationship with Europe, it fell prey to invaders from Scandinavia and the Low Countries who drove the original Britons into Scotland and Wales, and established a profusion of kingdoms that finally united in the 11th century under the Danish King Canute. Norman rule, following the conquest of 1066, stimulated the devel-opment of those institutions, which have since distinguished British life. Henry VIII (1509-47) turned Britain from continental adven-turing and faced it to the sea – a decision that made Britain a world power from the reign of Elizabeth I (1558-1603). Strengthened by the Industrial Revolution and the defeat of Napoleon, 19th century Britain turned to the remote parts of the world and established a colonial empire of such extent and prosperity that the world has never seen its like. World Wars I and II sealed the fate of the Empire and relegated Britain to a lesser role in world affairs by draining her resources and inaugurating a worldwide movement toward national self-determination in her former colonies.

By the mid-20th century, most of the territories formerly com-prising the British Empire had gained independence, and the empire had evolved into the Commonwealth of Nations, an association of equal and autonomous states, which enjoy special trade interests. The Commonwealth is presently composed of 54 member nations, including the United Kingdom. All recognize the British monarch as head of the Commonwealth. Sixteen continue to recognize the British monarch as Head of State. They are: United Kingdom, Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Grenada, Jamaica, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, St. Christopher & Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Solomon Islands, and Tuvalu. Elizabeth II is personally, and separately, the Queen of the sovereign, independent countries just mentioned. There is no other British connection between the several individual, national sovereignties, except that High Commissioners represent them each instead of ambassadors in each others’ countries. [1] SCWC 1801-1900

Rulers

Victoria, 1837-1901
Edward VII, 1901-1910
George V, 1910-1936
Edward VIII, 1936
George VI, 1936-1952
Elizabeth II, 1952-

Mint Marks 

H – Heaton
KN – King’s Norton

Monetary System (Until 1970)

4 Farthings = 1 Penny
12 Pence = 1 Shilling
2 Shillings = 1 Florin
5 Shillings = 1 Crown
20 Shillings = 1 Pound (Sovereign)
21 Shillings = 1 Guinea
½ Sovereign = 10 Shillings (i.e. ½ Pound)
1 Sovereign = 1 Pound

Frequently accepted speech colloquialisms:

“Ha’penny” (say: Hayp-ni) = 1/2 Penny
“Tanner” = 6 Pence
“Bob” = 1 Shilling
“Half a Crown” (Half a Dollar) = 2 Shillings 6 Pence
“Dollar” = 5 Shillings
“Half a Quid” = 10 Shillings
“Half a Guinea” = 10 Shillings 6 Pence
“Quid” = 1 Pound
“Tenner” = 10 Pounds
“Pony” = 20 Pounds

Elizabeth Alexandra Mary – Queen Elizabeth II

Reign: 1952 AD – present

Description:

The coin pictured above is a is a 2 Shillings (Florin) from the era of Queen Elizabeth II.

Obverse: Laureate bust; right [center], Latin: “DEI GRATIA REGINA ELIZABETH II” [around]. Translation: “Elizabeth II, by the grace of God, Queen.”

Reverse: Tudor rose with thistle and shamrock wreath surrounding [center], Latin: “FID DEF” Translation: “Defender of the Faith”, denomination and year [around].

Mint: 

Date: 1965

Mintage: 48,163,000

Great Britain: Elizabeth II – 1952 AD – present – 2 Shillings (Florin) 1956 AD KM # 906

Great Britain: Elizabeth II - 1952 AD - present - 2 Shillings (Florin) 1956 AD KM # 906 (obv.)

Great Britain: Elizabeth II – 1952 AD – present – 2 Shillings (Florin) 1956 AD KM # 906 (obv.)

Great Britain: Elizabeth II - 1952 AD - present - 2 Shillings (Florin) 1956 AD KM # 906 (rev.)

Great Britain: Elizabeth II – 1952 AD – present – 2 Shillings (Florin) 1956 AD KM # 906 (rev.)

 

Great Britain: A Brief History

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, located off the northwest coast of the European continent, has an area of 94,227sq. mi. (244,820 sq. km.). Capital: London. The economy is based on industrial activity and trading. Machinery, motor vehicles, chemicals, and textile yarns and fabrics are exported.

After the departure of the Romans, who brought Britain into a more active relationship with Europe, it fell prey to invaders from Scandinavia and the Low Countries who drove the original Britons into Scotland and Wales, and established a profusion of kingdoms that finally united in the 11th century under the Danish King Canute. Norman rule, following the conquest of 1066, stimulated the devel-opment of those institutions, which have since distinguished British life. Henry VIII (1509-47) turned Britain from continental adven-turing and faced it to the sea – a decision that made Britain a world power from the reign of Elizabeth I (1558-1603). Strengthened by the Industrial Revolution and the defeat of Napoleon, 19th century Britain turned to the remote parts of the world and established a colonial empire of such extent and prosperity that the world has never seen its like. World Wars I and II sealed the fate of the Empire and relegated Britain to a lesser role in world affairs by draining her resources and inaugurating a worldwide movement toward national self-determination in her former colonies.

By the mid-20th century, most of the territories formerly com-prising the British Empire had gained independence, and the empire had evolved into the Commonwealth of Nations, an association of equal and autonomous states, which enjoy special trade interests. The Commonwealth is presently composed of 54 member nations, including the United Kingdom. All recognize the British monarch as head of the Commonwealth. Sixteen continue to recognize the British monarch as Head of State. They are: United Kingdom, Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Grenada, Jamaica, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, St. Christopher & Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Solomon Islands, and Tuvalu. Elizabeth II is personally, and separately, the Queen of the sovereign, independent countries just mentioned. There is no other British connection between the several individual, national sovereignties, except that High Commissioners represent them each instead of ambassadors in each others’ countries. [1] SCWC 1801-1900

Rulers

Victoria, 1837-1901
Edward VII, 1901-1910
George V, 1910-1936
Edward VIII, 1936
George VI, 1936-1952
Elizabeth II, 1952-

Mint Marks 

H – Heaton
KN – King’s Norton

Monetary System (Until 1970)

4 Farthings = 1 Penny
12 Pence = 1 Shilling
2 Shillings = 1 Florin
5 Shillings = 1 Crown
20 Shillings = 1 Pound (Sovereign)
21 Shillings = 1 Guinea
½ Sovereign = 10 Shillings (i.e. ½ Pound)
1 Sovereign = 1 Pound

Frequently accepted speech colloquialisms:

“Ha’penny” (say: Hayp-ni) = 1/2 Penny
“Tanner” = 6 Pence
“Bob” = 1 Shilling
“Half a Crown” (Half a Dollar) = 2 Shillings 6 Pence
“Dollar” = 5 Shillings
“Half a Quid” = 10 Shillings
“Half a Guinea” = 10 Shillings 6 Pence
“Quid” = 1 Pound
“Tenner” = 10 Pounds
“Pony” = 20 Pounds

Elizabeth Alexandra Mary – Queen Elizabeth II

Reign: 1952 AD – present

Description:

The coin pictured above is a is a 2 Shillings (Florin) from the era of Queen Elizabeth II.

Obverse: Laureate bust; right [center], Latin: “DEI GRATIA REGINA ELIZABETH II” [around]. Translation: “Elizabeth II, by the grace of God, Queen.”

Reverse: Tudor rose with thistle and shamrock wreath surrounding [center], Latin: “FID DEF” Translation: “Defender of the Faith”, denomination and year [around].

Mint: 

Date: 1956

Mintage: 47,824,000

Great Britain: Elizabeth II – 1952 AD – present – Diana – Charles (Wedding Commemorative) 1981 AD

Great Britain: Elizabeth II - 1926 AD - present - Diana - Charles (Wedding Commemorative) 1981 AD  (obv.)

Great Britain: Elizabeth II – 1926 AD – present – Diana – Charles (Wedding Commemorative) 1981 AD (obv.)

Great Britain: Elizabeth II - 1926 AD - present - Diana - Charles (Wedding Commemorative) 1981 AD  (rev.)

Great Britain: Elizabeth II – 1926 AD – present – Diana – Charles (Wedding Commemorative) 1981 AD (rev.)

Great Britain: A Brief History

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, located off the northwest coast of the European continent, has an area of 94,227sq. mi. (244,820 sq. km.). Capital: London. The economy is based on industrial activity and trading. Machinery, motor vehicles, chemicals, and textile yarns and fabrics are exported.

After the departure of the Romans, who brought Britain into a more active relationship with Europe, it fell prey to invaders from Scandinavia and the Low Countries who drove the original Britons into Scotland and Wales, and established a profusion of kingdoms that finally united in the 11th century under the Danish King Canute. Norman rule, following the conquest of 1066, stimulated the devel-opment of those institutions, which have since distinguished British life. Henry VIII (1509-47) turned Britain from continental adven-turing and faced it to the sea – a decision that made Britain a world power from the reign of Elizabeth I (1558-1603). Strengthened by the Industrial Revolution and the defeat of Napoleon, 19th century Britain turned to the remote parts of the world and established a colonial empire of such extent and prosperity that the world has never seen its like. World Wars I and II sealed the fate of the Empire and relegated Britain to a lesser role in world affairs by draining her resources and inaugurating a worldwide movement toward national self-determination in her former colonies.

By the mid-20th century, most of the territories formerly com-prising the British Empire had gained independence, and the empire had evolved into the Commonwealth of Nations, an association of equal and autonomous states, which enjoy special trade interests. The Commonwealth is presently composed of 54 member nations, including the United Kingdom. All recognize the British monarch as head of the Commonwealth. Sixteen continue to recognize the British monarch as Head of State. They are: United Kingdom, Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Grenada, Jamaica, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, St. Christopher & Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Solomon Islands, and Tuvalu. Elizabeth II is personally, and separately, the Queen of the sovereign, independent countries just mentioned. There is no other British connection between the several individual, national sovereignties, except that High Commissioners represent them each instead of ambassadors in each others’ countries. [1] SCWC 1801-1900

Rulers

Victoria, 1837-1901
Edward VII, 1901-1910
George V, 1910-1936
Edward VIII, 1936
George VI, 1936-1952
Elizabeth II, 1952-

Mint Marks 

H – Heaton
KN – King’s Norton

Monetary System (Until 1970)

4 Farthings = 1 Penny
12 Pence = 1 Shilling
2 Shillings = 1 Florin
5 Shillings = 1 Crown
20 Shillings = 1 Pound (Sovereign)
21 Shillings = 1 Guinea
½ Sovereign = 10 Shillings (i.e. ½ Pound)
1 Sovereign = 1 Pound

Frequently accepted speech colloquialisms:

“Ha’penny” (say: Hayp-ni) = 1/2 Penny
“Tanner” = 6 Pence
“Bob” = 1 Shilling
“Half a Crown” (Half a Dollar) = 2 Shillings 6 Pence
“Dollar” = 5 Shillings
“Half a Quid” = 10 Shillings
“Half a Guinea” = 10 Shillings 6 Pence
“Quid” = 1 Pound
“Tenner” = 10 Pounds
“Pony” = 20 Pounds

Elizabeth Alexandra Mary – Queen Elizabeth II

Reign: 1952 AD – present

Description:

The coin pictured above is a is a Wedding Commemorative issued during the marriage of Lady Diana Spencer with H.R.H. Prince Charles of Wales.

Obverse:  Lady Diana and Prince Charles [center], “H.R.H. The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer” [around] year “1981” [bottom].

Reverse:  Queen Elizabeth II [center], Latin: “D.G. REG. F. D. Elizabeth II” [around]. Abbreviation for: “DEI GRATIA REGINA FIDEI DEFENSOR Elizabeth II”. Translation: “Elizabeth II, by the grace of God, Queen and Defender of the Faith.”

Mint: 

Date: 1981

Mintage: –

Great Britain: George V – 1910 AD – 1936 AD – 1 Penny 1927 AD KM # 826

Great Britain: George V - 1910 AD - 1936 AD - 1 Penny 1927 AD KM # 826 (obv.)

Great Britain: George V – 1910 AD – 1936 AD – 1 Penny 1927 AD KM # 826 (obv.)

Great Britain: George V - 1910 AD - 1936 AD - 1 Penny 1927 AD KM # 826 (rev.)

Great Britain: George V – 1910 AD – 1936 AD – 1 Penny 1927 AD KM # 826 (rev.)

Great Britain: A Brief History

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, located off the northwest coast of the European continent, has an area of 94,227sq. mi. (244,820 sq. km.). Capital: London. The economy is based on industrial activity and trading. Machinery, motor vehicles, chemicals, and textile yarns and fabrics are exported.

After the departure of the Romans, who brought Britain into a more active relationship with Europe, it fell prey to invaders from Scandinavia and the Low Countries who drove the original Britons into Scotland and Wales, and established a profusion of kingdoms that finally united in the 11th century under the Danish King Canute. Norman rule, following the conquest of 1066, stimulated the devel-opment of those institutions, which have since distinguished British life. Henry VIII (1509-47) turned Britain from continental adven-turing and faced it to the sea – a decision that made Britain a world power from the reign of Elizabeth I (1558-1603). Strengthened by the Industrial Revolution and the defeat of Napoleon, 19th century Britain turned to the remote parts of the world and established a colonial empire of such extent and prosperity that the world has never seen its like. World Wars I and II sealed the fate of the Empire and relegated Britain to a lesser role in world affairs by draining her resources and inaugurating a worldwide movement toward national self-determination in her former colonies.

By the mid-20th century, most of the territories formerly com-prising the British Empire had gained independence, and the empire had evolved into the Commonwealth of Nations, an association of equal and autonomous states, which enjoy special trade interests. The Commonwealth is presently composed of 54 member nations, including the United Kingdom. All recognize the British monarch as head of the Commonwealth. Sixteen continue to recognize the British monarch as Head of State. They are: United Kingdom, Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Grenada, Jamaica, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, St. Christopher & Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Solomon Islands, and Tuvalu. Elizabeth II is personally, and separately, the Queen of the sovereign, independent countries just mentioned. There is no other British connection between the several individual, national sovereignties, except that High Commissioners represent them each instead of ambassadors in each others’ countries. [1] SCWC 1801-1900

Rulers

Victoria, 1837-1901
Edward VII, 1901-1910
George V, 1910-1936
Edward VIII, 1936
George VI, 1936-1952
Elizabeth II, 1952-

Mint Marks 

H – Heaton
KN – King’s Norton

Monetary System (Until 1970)

4 Farthings = 1 Penny
12 Pence = 1 Shilling
2 Shillings = 1 Florin
5 Shillings = 1 Crown
20 Shillings = 1 Pound (Sovereign)
21 Shillings = 1 Guinea
½ Sovereign = 10 Shillings (i.e. ½ Pound)
1 Sovereign = 1 Pound

Frequently accepted speech colloquialisms:

“Ha’penny” (say: Hayp-ni) = 1/2 Penny
“Tanner” = 6 Pence
“Bob” = 1 Shilling
“Half a Crown” (Half a Dollar) = 2 Shillings 6 Pence
“Dollar” = 5 Shillings
“Half a Quid” = 10 Shillings
“Half a Guinea” = 10 Shillings 6 Pence
“Quid” = 1 Pound
“Tenner” = 10 Pounds
“Pony” = 20 Pounds

King George Frederick Ernest Albert – George V (Emperor of India)

Reign: 1910 – 1936 AD

Description:

The coin pictured above is a is a 1 Penny from the era of King George V the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland & the Emperor of India.

Obverse:  George V left [center], Latin: “GEORGIVS V DEI GRA BRITT OMN REX FID DEF IND IMP” [around]. Translation: “George V by the Grace of God, King of the British territories, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India.”

Reverse: Britannia (ancient term for Great Britain, female personification of the Island) seated right holding shield and trident [center], Denomination [around], Date [below]

Mint: 

Date: 1927

Mintage: 60,990,000

Great Britain: Victoria – 1837 AD – 1901 AD – 1 Penny 1901 AD KM # 790

Great Britain: Victoria - 1837 AD - 1901 AD - 1 Penny 1901 AD KM # 790 (obv.)

Great Britain: Victoria – 1837 AD – 1901 AD – 1 Penny 1901 AD KM # 790 (obv.)

Great Britain: Victoria - 1837 AD - 1901 AD - 1 Penny 1901 AD KM # 790 (rev.)

Great Britain: Victoria – 1837 AD – 1901 AD – 1 Penny 1901 AD KM # 790 (rev.)

Great Britain: A Brief History

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, located off the northwest coast of the European continent, has an area of 94,227sq. mi. (244,820 sq. km.). Capital: London. The economy is based on industrial activity and trading. Machinery, motor vehicles, chemicals, and textile yarns and fabrics are exported.

After the departure of the Romans, who brought Britain into a more active relationship with Europe, it fell prey to invaders from Scandinavia and the Low Countries who drove the original Britons into Scotland and Wales, and established a profusion of kingdoms that finally united in the 11th century under the Danish King Canute. Norman rule, following the conquest of 1066, stimulated the devel-opment of those institutions, which have since distinguished British life. Henry VIII (1509-47) turned Britain from continental adven-turing and faced it to the sea – a decision that made Britain a world power from the reign of Elizabeth I (1558-1603). Strengthened by the Industrial Revolution and the defeat of Napoleon, 19th century Britain turned to the remote parts of the world and established a colonial empire of such extent and prosperity that the world has never seen its like. World Wars I and II sealed the fate of the Empire and relegated Britain to a lesser role in world affairs by draining her resources and inaugurating a worldwide movement toward national self-determination in her former colonies. [1] SCWC 1801-1900

Rulers

George III, 1760-1820
George IV, 1820-1830
William IV, 1830-1837
Victoria, 1837-1901

Mint Marks (Commencing 1874)

H – Heaton
KN – King’s Norton

Monetary System (Until 1970)

4 Farthings = 1 Penny
12 Pence = 1 Shilling
20 Shillings = 1 Pound (Sovereign)
21 Shillings = 1 Guinea

Frequently accepted speech colloquialisms:

“Ha’penny” (say: Hayp-ni) = 1/2 Penny
“Tanner” = 6 Pence
“Bob” = 1 Shilling
“Half a Crown” (Half a Dollar) = 2 Shillings 6 Pence
“Dollar” = 5 Shillings
“Half a Quid” = 10 Shillings
“Half a Guinea” = 10 Shillings 6 Pence
“Quid” = 1 Pound
“Tenner” = 10 Pounds
“Pony” = 20 Pounds

Queen Alexandrina Victoria (Empress of India)

Reign: 1837 – 1901 AD

Description:

The coin pictured above is a is a 1 Penny from the era of Queen Victoria the  monarch of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland & the Empress of India.

Obverse:  Victoria veiled bust left [center], Latin: “VICTORIA DEI GRA BRITT REGINA FID DEF IND IMP” [around]. Translation: “Victoria by the Grace of God, Queen of the British territories, Defender of the Faith, Empress of India.”

Reverse: Britannia (ancient term for Great Britain, female personification of the Island) seated right holding shield and trident [center], Denomination [around], Date [below]

Mint: 

Date: 1901

Mintage: 22,206,000

 

 

Great Britain: Victoria – 1837 AD – 1901 AD – 1 Penny 1897 AD KM # 790

Great Britain: Victoria - 1837 AD - 1901 AD - 1 Penny 1897 AD KM # 790 (obv.)

Great Britain: Victoria – 1837 AD – 1901 AD – 1 Penny 1897 AD KM # 790 (obv.)

Great Britain: Victoria - 1837 AD - 1901 AD - 1 Penny 1897 AD KM # 790 (rev.)

Great Britain: Victoria – 1837 AD – 1901 AD – 1 Penny 1897 AD KM # 790 (rev.)

Great Britain: A Brief History

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, located off the northwest coast of the European continent, has an area of 94,227sq. mi. (244,820 sq. km.). Capital: London. The economy is based on industrial activity and trading. Machinery, motor vehicles, chemicals, and textile yarns and fabrics are exported.

After the departure of the Romans, who brought Britain into a more active relationship with Europe, it fell prey to invaders from Scandinavia and the Low Countries who drove the original Britons into Scotland and Wales, and established a profusion of kingdoms that finally united in the 11th century under the Danish King Canute. Norman rule, following the conquest of 1066, stimulated the devel-opment of those institutions, which have since distinguished British life. Henry VIII (1509-47) turned Britain from continental adven-turing and faced it to the sea – a decision that made Britain a world power from the reign of Elizabeth I (1558-1603). Strengthened by the Industrial Revolution and the defeat of Napoleon, 19th century Britain turned to the remote parts of the world and established a colonial empire of such extent and prosperity that the world has never seen its like. World Wars I and II sealed the fate of the Empire and relegated Britain to a lesser role in world affairs by draining her resources and inaugurating a worldwide movement toward national self-determination in her former colonies. [1] SCWC 1801-1900

Rulers

George III, 1760-1820
George IV, 1820-1830
William IV, 1830-1837
Victoria, 1837-1901

Mint Marks (Commencing 1874)

H – Heaton
KN – King’s Norton

Monetary System (Until 1970)

4 Farthings = 1 Penny
12 Pence = 1 Shilling
20 Shillings = 1 Pound (Sovereign)
21 Shillings = 1 Guinea

Frequently accepted speech colloquialisms:

“Ha’penny” (say: Hayp-ni) = 1/2 Penny
“Tanner” = 6 Pence
“Bob” = 1 Shilling
“Half a Crown” (Half a Dollar) = 2 Shillings 6 Pence
“Dollar” = 5 Shillings
“Half a Quid” = 10 Shillings
“Half a Guinea” = 10 Shillings 6 Pence
“Quid” = 1 Pound
“Tenner” = 10 Pounds
“Pony” = 20 Pounds

Queen Alexandrina Victoria (Empress of India)

Reign: 1837 – 1901 AD

Description:

The coin pictured above is a is a 1 Penny from the era of Queen Victoria the  monarch of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland & the Empress of India.

Obverse:  Victoria veiled bust left [center], Latin: “VICTORIA DEI GRA BRITT REGINA FID DEF IND IMP” [around]. Translation: “Victoria by the Grace of God, Queen of the British territories, Defender of the Faith, Empress of India.”

Reverse: Britannia (ancient term for Great Britain, female personification of the Island) seated right holding shield and trident [center], Denomination [around], Date [below]

Mint: 

Date: 1897

Mintage: 20,757,000

German East Africa: Wihelm II – 1888 AD – 1918 AD – 1/2 Heller 1906 AD KM # 6

German East Africa: Wihelm II - 1888 AD - 1918 AD - 1/2 Heller 1906 AD KM # 6 (obv.)

German East Africa: Wihelm II – 1888 AD – 1918 AD – 1/2 Heller 1906 AD KM # 6 (obv.)

German East Africa: Wihelm II - 1888 AD - 1918 AD - 1/2 Heller 1906 AD KM # 6 (rev.)

German East Africa: Wihelm II – 1888 AD – 1918 AD – 1/2 Heller 1906 AD KM # 6 (rev.)

German East Africa (Deutsch Ostafrika): A Brief History

German East Africa (Tanganyika), located on the coast of east-central Africa between British East Africa (now Kenya) and Portuguese East Africa (now Mozambique), had an area of 362,284 sq. mi. (938,216 sq. km.) and a population of about 6 mil-lion. Capital: Dar es Salaam. Chief products prior to German con-trol were ivory and slaves; after German control, sisal, coffee, and rubber. Germany acquired control of the area by treaties with coastal chiefs in 1884, established it as a protectorate in 1891, and proclaimed it the Colony of German East Africa in 1897. After World War I, Tanganyika was entrusted to Great Britain as a League of Nations mandate, and after World War II as a United Nations trust territory. Tanganyika became an independent nation within the British Commonwealth on Dec. 9, 1961. Coins dated up until 1902 were issued by the German East Africa Com-pany. From 1904 onwards, the government issued coins.  [1] SCWC 1901-2000

Wihelm II – (German: Friedrich Wilhelm Viktor Albrecht von Preußen; English: Frederick William Victor Albert of Prussia)

Reign: 1888 – 1918 AD

Description:

The coin pictured above is a is a 1/2 Heller from the era of Wihelm II, the last Emperor (Kaiser) of Germany and King of Prussia.

Obverse:  Crown with Ribbon. (Imperial Monogram) [above], date [below]

Reverse: Denomination (within Wreath).

Mint: Hamburg

Date: 1906

Mintage: 6,000,000

 

German East Africa: Wihelm II – 1888 AD – 1918 AD – 1/2 Heller 1905 AD KM # 6

German East Africa: Wihelm II - 1888 AD - 1918 AD - 1/2 Heller 1905 AD KM # 6 (obv.)

German East Africa: Wihelm II – 1888 AD – 1918 AD – 1/2 Heller 1905 AD KM # 6 (obv.)

German East Africa: Wihelm II - 1888 AD - 1918 AD - 1/2 Heller 1905 AD KM # 6 (rev.)

German East Africa: Wihelm II – 1888 AD – 1918 AD – 1/2 Heller 1905 AD KM # 6 (rev.)

German East Africa (Deutsch Ostafrika): A Brief History

German East Africa (Tanganyika), located on the coast of east-central Africa between British East Africa (now Kenya) and Portuguese East Africa (now Mozambique), had an area of 362,284 sq. mi. (938,216 sq. km.) and a population of about 6 mil-lion. Capital: Dar es Salaam. Chief products prior to German con-trol were ivory and slaves; after German control, sisal, coffee, and rubber. Germany acquired control of the area by treaties with coastal chiefs in 1884, established it as a protectorate in 1891, and proclaimed it the Colony of German East Africa in 1897. After World War I, Tanganyika was entrusted to Great Britain as a League of Nations mandate, and after World War II as a United Nations trust territory. Tanganyika became an independent nation within the British Commonwealth on Dec. 9, 1961. Coins dated up until 1902 were issued by the German East Africa Com-pany. From 1904 onwards, the government issued coins.  [1] SCWC 1901-2000

Wihelm II – (German: Friedrich Wilhelm Viktor Albrecht von Preußen; English: Frederick William Victor Albert of Prussia)

Reign: 1888 – 1918 AD

Description:

The coin pictured above is a is a 1/2 Heller from the era of Wihelm II, the last Emperor (Kaiser) of Germany and King of Prussia.

Obverse:  Crown with Ribbon. (Imperial Monogram) [above], date [below]

Reverse: Denomination (within Wreath).

Mint: Berlin

Date: 1905

Mintage: 7,192,123

 

German East Africa: Wihelm II – 1888 AD – 1918 AD – 1/2 Heller 1904 AD KM # 6

German East Africa: Wihelm II - 1888 AD - 1918 AD - 1/2 Heller 1904 AD KM # 6 (obv.)

German East Africa: Wihelm II – 1888 AD – 1918 AD – 1/2 Heller 1904 AD KM # 6 (obv.)

German East Africa: Wihelm II - 1888 AD - 1918 AD - 1/2 Heller 1904 AD KM # 6 (rev.)

German East Africa: Wihelm II – 1888 AD – 1918 AD – 1/2 Heller 1904 AD KM # 6 (rev.)

 

German East Africa (Deutsch Ostafrika): A Brief History

German East Africa (Tanganyika), located on the coast of east-central Africa between British East Africa (now Kenya) and Portuguese East Africa (now Mozambique), had an area of 362,284 sq. mi. (938,216 sq. km.) and a population of about 6 mil-lion. Capital: Dar es Salaam. Chief products prior to German con-trol were ivory and slaves; after German control, sisal, coffee, and rubber. Germany acquired control of the area by treaties with coastal chiefs in 1884, established it as a protectorate in 1891, and proclaimed it the Colony of German East Africa in 1897. After World War I, Tanganyika was entrusted to Great Britain as a League of Nations mandate, and after World War II as a United Nations trust territory. Tanganyika became an independent nation within the British Commonwealth on Dec. 9, 1961. Coins dated up until 1902 were issued by the German East Africa Com-pany. From 1904 onwards, the government issued coins.  [1] SCWC 1901-2000

Wihelm II – (German: Friedrich Wilhelm Viktor Albrecht von Preußen; English: Frederick William Victor Albert of Prussia)

Reign: 1888 – 1918 AD

Description:

The coin pictured above is a is a 1/2 Heller from the era of Wihelm II, the last Emperor (Kaiser) of Germany and King of Prussia.

Obverse:  Crown with Ribbon. (Imperial Monogram) [above], date[below]

Reverse: Denomination (within Wreath).

Mint: Berlin

Date: 1904

Mintage: 1,201,000

German East Africa: Wihelm II – 1888 AD – 1918 AD – 10 Heller 1908 AD KM # 12

German East Africa: Wihelm II - 1888 AD - 1918 AD - 10 Heller 1908 AD KM # 12 (obv.)

German East Africa: Wihelm II – 1888 AD – 1918 AD – 10 Heller 1908 AD KM # 12 (obv.)

German East Africa: Wihelm II - 1888 AD - 1918 AD - 10 Heller 1908 AD KM # 12 (rev.)

German East Africa: Wihelm II – 1888 AD – 1918 AD – 10 Heller 1908 AD KM # 12 (rev.)

German East Africa (Deutsch Ostafrika): A Brief History

German East Africa (Tanganyika), located on the coast of east-central Africa between British East Africa (now Kenya) and Portuguese East Africa (now Mozambique), had an area of 362,284 sq. mi. (938,216 sq. km.) and a population of about 6 mil-lion. Capital: Dar es Salaam. Chief products prior to German con-trol were ivory and slaves; after German control, sisal, coffee, and rubber. Germany acquired control of the area by treaties with coastal chiefs in 1884, established it as a protectorate in 1891, and proclaimed it the Colony of German East Africa in 1897. After World War I, Tanganyika was entrusted to Great Britain as a League of Nations mandate, and after World War II as a United Nations trust territory. Tanganyika became an independent nation within the British Commonwealth on Dec. 9, 1961. Coins dated up until 1902 were issued by the German East Africa Com-pany. From 1904 onwards, the government issued coins.  [1] SCWC 1901-2000

Wihelm II – (German: Friedrich Wilhelm Viktor Albrecht von Preußen; English: Frederick William Victor Albert of Prussia)

Reign: 1888 – 1918 AD

Description:

The coin pictured above is a is a 10 Heller from the era of Wihelm II, the last Emperor (Kaiser) of Germany and King of Prussia.

Obverse:  Center hole divides date, Crown with Ribbon. (Imperial Monogram) [above], legend [below]

Reverse: Center hole divides denomination (within Wreath).

Mint: Hamburg

Date: 1908

Mintage: –

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