• Edward VII Bare Head 1909 Shilling Obverse gVF
    Bare Head Portrait grading: gVF
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  •  Edward VII Lion and Crown 1909 Shilling Reverse aEF
    Rampant Lion Design grading: aEF
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  • 1909 Shilling Obverse Featuring The Bare Head Portrait
    'Bare Head' portrait of Edward VII grading: aFair
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  • 1909 Shilling showing the Rampant Lion design
    Reverse of the 1909 shilling bearing the 'Rampant Lion' grading: Fair
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  • Edward VII Bare Head 1909 Shilling Obverse gVF
  •  Edward VII Lion and Crown 1909 Shilling Reverse aEF
  • 1909 Shilling Obverse Featuring The Bare Head Portrait
  • 1909 Shilling showing the Rampant Lion design
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1909 Edward VII Bare Head Shilling

The 1909 'Bare Head' Shilling is one of only 9 different dates of the coin to be released during the short reign of Edward VII, with the others only differing in the year released, each bearing the 'Rampant Lion and Crown' design. 

We have included photos of this date in very high grade and also a lower grade, please scroll through the pictures. We have many grades and dates available in Edward VII shilling and other coins of his time. Please call if you are interested. 

Photographs shown may not be the actual coin and may differ in terms of grade, die numbers, design flaws and other minor details. Contact us if you require a photograph prior to purchase.

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All our coins are guaranteed genuine, and we try to grade reasonably conservatively. For customers ordering by post, we want you to be delighted when you receive your coin. We thrive on repeat business and recommendation.

Obverse

The Obverse of the coin reveals a portrait of Edward VII designed by George William de Saulles. The inscription on the obverse states:  "EDWARDVS VII DEI GRA BRITT OMN REX"

Reverse

The reverse of the shilling features the lion on crown design, with the legend reading, "FID DEF IND IMP ONE SHILLING 1909."

Specification

Diameter 23.59mm
Weight 5.65g
Alloy Silver
Obverse Designer George William de Saulles
Mint London 
Price List
ObverseReversePriceAvailability
gVFaEF£500.00Available
aFairFair£9.00Available
aFineaFine£15.00Available
FineFine£30.00Available
gFinegFine£65.00Available
gFairgFair£13.00Available
Delivery

We aim to dispatch orders within 48 hours of receiving cleared funds. Our standard delivery methods are as follows

Orders over £60 - Fully Insured Delivery.

Within the UK and BFPO - Next day fully insured and tracked. Delivery starts from £9. 

International - Royal Mail International Signed / Royal Mail International Tracked / Royal Mail International Tracked and Signed For. Items sent via this method will normally arrive between 3-7 working days. Delivery starts from £15.

Orders under £60

Within the UK and BFPO - Royal Mail 2nd Class. Your order will normally arrive within 2-3 working days. Delivery starts from £3.50.

International - Royal Mail International Standard. Your order will normally arrive between 3-7 working days. Delivery starts from £6.

 

If you wish to have your order sent by an alternative method (e.g., Saturday Guaranteed) please contact +44 1253 343 081 for more information. Please note, we will not dispatch high value orders over a bank holiday weekend.

For international delivery, please check with your local customs office for more information on custom duty and taxes.

 

Postage Insurance

We offer fully insured delivery on all special delivery options. We do need to pass on the cost of this insurance as it soon adds up shipping high value gold and silver products. 

Orders < £1000 there is no additional fee

Orders > £1000 we charge a fee in order to cover the increasing costs of insurance. For every £1000 we apply a £1 fee. 

 

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If you would like to know more about the history of Britain's coinage we reccomend the following blog posts:

The story of the shilling

The story of the Florin or Two Shilling Piece 

A brief history of coinage in Britain 

British coin denominations from Roman times to date