The United Kingdom Coins ClipArt gallery offers 70 illustrations of coins from the United Kingdom.

"Accolated shilling of William III and Mary(size of the original)"-Whitney, 1902

Accolated

"Accolated shilling of William III and Mary(size of the original)"-Whitney, 1902

"Coin of Aethelstan." — Lardner, 1885

Coin of Aethelstan

"Coin of Aethelstan." — Lardner, 1885

"Coin of Alfred." — Lardner, 1885

Coin of Alfred

"Coin of Alfred." — Lardner, 1885

"An ancient English gold coin, varying in value. It was so called from the figure of the archangel Michael piercing the gradon upon its obverse. angels continued to be coined down to the time of the Commonwealth." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Angel

"An ancient English gold coin, varying in value. It was so called from the figure of the archangel Michael…

The Angel of Edward IV, a gold coin named after the picture stamped on it of the angel Michael.

Angel

The Angel of Edward IV, a gold coin named after the picture stamped on it of the angel Michael.

"Angel of Edward IV., British Museum. (size of the original.)"-Whitney, 1902

Angel Coin

"Angel of Edward IV., British Museum. (size of the original.)"-Whitney, 1902

"Angelet of Henry VII., British Museum. (size of the original.)"-Whitney, 1902

Angelet

"Angelet of Henry VII., British Museum. (size of the original.)"-Whitney, 1902

"Angelot of Henry VI, British Museum."-Whitney, 1902

Angelot

"Angelot of Henry VI, British Museum."-Whitney, 1902

"Coin of Anne." — Lardner, 1885

Coin of Anne

"Coin of Anne." — Lardner, 1885

Silver coin of Athelstan

Silver coin of Athelstan

Silver coin of Athelstan

British coin of the time period of the Roman invasion in the Gallic War, B.C. 54. Front.

British Coin

British coin of the time period of the Roman invasion in the Gallic War, B.C. 54. Front.

British coin of the time period of the Roman invasion in the Gallic War, B.C. 54. Back.

British Coin

British coin of the time period of the Roman invasion in the Gallic War, B.C. 54. Back.

British coin of the time period of the Roman invasion in the Gallic War, B.C. 54. Front.

British Coin

British coin of the time period of the Roman invasion in the Gallic War, B.C. 54. Front.

British coin of the time period of the Roman invasion in the Gallic War, B.C. 54. Back.

British Coin

British coin of the time period of the Roman invasion in the Gallic War, B.C. 54. Back.

Silver penny of Canute, aka Knut the Great, king of England

Silver penny of Canute

Silver penny of Canute, aka Knut the Great, king of England

"Coin of Charles II." — Lardner, 1885

Charles II

"Coin of Charles II." — Lardner, 1885

The silver crown coin of Charles II, who was the King of England between 1649 and 1651.

Silver Crown of Charles II

The silver crown coin of Charles II, who was the King of England between 1649 and 1651.

An ancient British coin.

British coin

An ancient British coin.

An ancient British coin.

British coin

An ancient British coin.

The front of an English crown coin.

Crown Coin

The front of an English crown coin.

The back of an English crown coin.

Crown Coin

The back of an English crown coin.

A gold coin of the value of 10 or 11 shillings, current in England in the seventeenth century. It was first issued by James I. The front.

Double Crown

A gold coin of the value of 10 or 11 shillings, current in England in the seventeenth century. It was…

A gold coin of the value of 10 or 11 shillings, current in England in the seventeenth century. It was first issued by James I. The back.

Double Crown

A gold coin of the value of 10 or 11 shillings, current in England in the seventeenth century. It was…

"Coin of Edward IV." — Lardner, 1885

Coin of Edward IV

"Coin of Edward IV." — Lardner, 1885

Silver penny of Edward the Confessor

Silver penny of Edward the Confessor

Silver penny of Edward the Confessor

"Coin of Edward VI." — Lardner, 1885

Coin of Edward VI

"Coin of Edward VI." — Lardner, 1885

"Coin of Egbert" — Lardner, 1885

Coin of Egbert

"Coin of Egbert" — Lardner, 1885

"The pennies of the Saxon and Danish sole monarches of England had a portrait on them. Alfred's earlier coins have a grotesque-looking portrait, and on the reverse a monogram of London; in his later coins the head disappears, and a cross and circle take its place." — Chambers, 1881

English Coin

"The pennies of the Saxon and Danish sole monarches of England had a portrait on them. Alfred's earlier…

"Coin of Ethelbert" — Lardner, 1885

Coin of Ethelbert

"Coin of Ethelbert" — Lardner, 1885

The obverse and reverse sides of the farthing depicting Charles II. The farthing was an English coin equal to one quarter of a penny.

Obverse and Reverse Sides of Farthing of Charles II

The obverse and reverse sides of the farthing depicting Charles II. The farthing was an English coin…

The obverse and reverse sides of the fourpenny piece, or groat, an English silver coin worth fourpence.

Fourpenny Piece of Queen Victoria

The obverse and reverse sides of the fourpenny piece, or groat, an English silver coin worth fourpence.

"Coin of George I." — Lardner, 1885

Coin of George I

"Coin of George I." — Lardner, 1885

"Coin of George II." — Lardner, 1885

Coin of George II

"Coin of George II." — Lardner, 1885

"Coin of George III." — Lardner, 1885

George III

"Coin of George III." — Lardner, 1885

"Coin of George IV." — Lardner, 1885

George IV

"Coin of George IV." — Lardner, 1885

"Obverse. George-noble of Henry VIII. GEORGE-NOBLE. An English gold coin of the reign of Henry VIII., worth at the time 6s. 8d. The name George (derived from the figure of St. George on the obverse of the coin) was given it to distinguish it from the earlier English gold coins named nobles." -Whitney, 1911

Obverse Side of George-Noble

"Obverse. George-noble of Henry VIII. GEORGE-NOBLE. An English gold coin of the reign of Henry VIII.,…

"Reverse. George-noble of Henry VIII. GEORGE-NOBLE. An English gold coin of the reign of Henry VIII., worth at the time 6s. 8d. The name George (derived from the figure of St. George on the obverse of the coin) was given it to distinguish it from the earlier English gold coins named nobles." -Whitney, 1911

Reverse Side of George-Noble

"Reverse. George-noble of Henry VIII. GEORGE-NOBLE. An English gold coin of the reign of Henry VIII.,…

"Obverse. Groat of Edward III. GROAT. An English silver coin, of the value of fourpence, first issued fr circulation in the reign of Edward III." -Whitney, 1911

Obverse Side of Groat of Edward III

"Obverse. Groat of Edward III. GROAT. An English silver coin, of the value of fourpence, first issued…

"Reverse. Groat of Edward III. GROAT. An English silver coin, of the value of fourpence, first issued fr circulation in the reign of Edward III." -Whitney, 1911

Reverse Side of Groat of Edward III

"Reverse. Groat of Edward III. GROAT. An English silver coin, of the value of fourpence, first issued…

"Guinea of Charles II., 1663. GUINEA. An English gold coin, of the value of 21 shillings, first issued by Charles II. in 1663, and by his successors till 1813, since which year it has not been coined." -Whitney, 1911

Guinea

"Guinea of Charles II., 1663. GUINEA. An English gold coin, of the value of 21 shillings, first issued…

An English gold piece, struck during the reign of Charles II. They are called guineas because they were struck, for the most part, from gold obtained from Guinea. This coin preceded the sovereign.

Guinea of Charles II

An English gold piece, struck during the reign of Charles II. They are called guineas because they were…

"Coin of Henry and Stephan." — Lardner, 1885

Coin of Henry and Stephen

"Coin of Henry and Stephan." — Lardner, 1885

"Coin of Henry I." — Lardner, 1885

Coin of Henry I

"Coin of Henry I." — Lardner, 1885

"Coin of Henry II." — Lardner, 1885

Coin of Henry II

"Coin of Henry II." — Lardner, 1885

"Coin of Henry VII." — Lardner, 1885

Coin of Henry VII

"Coin of Henry VII." — Lardner, 1885

"Coin of Henry VIII" — Lardner, 1885

Coin of Henry VIII

"Coin of Henry VIII" — Lardner, 1885

A gold coin of King James I. It was the first coin to bear the name 'Great Britain.'

Gold Coin of James I

A gold coin of King James I. It was the first coin to bear the name 'Great Britain.'

"Coin of James II." — Lardner, 1885

Coin of James II

"Coin of James II." — Lardner, 1885

"Medal struck in honour of James Duke of York. By Thomas Simon." —D'Anvers, 1895

Medal

"Medal struck in honour of James Duke of York. By Thomas Simon." —D'Anvers, 1895

The obverse and reverse sides of a silver penny during the reign of William the Conqueror.

Medieval Coin

The obverse and reverse sides of a silver penny during the reign of William the Conqueror.

The obverse and reverse sides of a silver groat during the reign of Edward III.

Medieval Coin

The obverse and reverse sides of a silver groat during the reign of Edward III.

"Coin of Phillip and Mary." — Lardner, 1885

Coin of Phillip and Mary

"Coin of Phillip and Mary." — Lardner, 1885

The smallest Anglo–Indian copper coin, equal to one third of a pice. About one fourth of a United States cent.

Pie

The smallest Anglo–Indian copper coin, equal to one third of a pice. About one fourth of a United…

The smallest Anglo&mdashIndian copper coin, equal to one third of a pice. About one fourth of a United States cent.

Pie

The smallest Anglo&mdashIndian copper coin, equal to one third of a pice. About one fourth of a United…

The back of a Scotch billon coin worth about two thirds of the United States cent in the fifteenth century.

Plack

The back of a Scotch billon coin worth about two thirds of the United States cent in the fifteenth century.

The front of a Scotch billon coin worth about two thirds of the United States cent in the fifteenth century.

Plack

The front of a Scotch billon coin worth about two thirds of the United States cent in the fifteenth…

A coin struck in the reign of queen Elizabeth.

Portcullis

A coin struck in the reign of queen Elizabeth.

A coin struck in the reign of queen Elizabeth.

Portcullis

A coin struck in the reign of queen Elizabeth.

The official currency of the United Kingdom.

The Pound Sterling

The official currency of the United Kingdom.

"The Queen Anne farthings were designed by a German of the name of Crocker or Croker, principal engraver to the Mint; and were only patterns of an intended coin, having never been put into circulation; but they are by no means exceedingly scarce." — Chambers, 1881

Queen Anne's Farthing

"The Queen Anne farthings were designed by a German of the name of Crocker or Croker, principal engraver…