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Irish & Scottish

Medieval Irish & Scottish coins for sale. Throughout history, England , Ireland and Scotland operated as kingdoms, until in 1707 the three were united to form Great Britain, though Southern Ireland became a free state in 1920. The silver penny formed the basis of the early currencies from the Saxon and Viking period. Kingdoms were lost and annexed throughout history, giving rise to both similarities and differences compared to the english coinage, thus many unique types were issued specific to both Ireland and Scotland.

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Scotland William I (The Lion) Silver Penny Edinburgh 1165-1214AD Scotland William I (The Lion) Silver Penny Edinburgh 1165-1214AD
Alexander III Silver Penny 1st Coinage, Type 3 1249-1286AD Glasgow Mint Alexander III Silver Penny 1st Coinage, Type 3 1249-1286AD Glasgow Mint
Scotland, Mary Queen of Scots Silver Testoon 1542-1567AD 1st Period Type 3 1577AD Scotland, Mary Queen of Scots Silver Testoon 1542-1567AD 1st Period Type 3 1577AD