Such a coin does not exist. King George V died in 1936 and King George VI died in 1952.
Such a coin does not exist. King George V died in 1936, George VI was king in 1939.
Such a coin does not exist. King George I died in 1727 and there were no British Pennies minted from 1798 to 1805 inclusive.
Such a coin does not exist. King George II died in 1760, and there were no British Pennies minted in 1818.
Such a coin does not exist. George V did not become king until 1910.
Such a coin does not exist. The British Half-Farthing was last issued for circulation in 1856.
Such a coin does not exist. King George V died in January 1936 and was replaced by King Edward VIII who abdicated in December 1936. All British 1937 coins have King George VI on the obverse.
King George IV did not take the throne until 1820 and there was no 1773 British Penny minted.
King George VII has not been born yet.
King Edward VII was king in 1908, there are no King George 1908 Pennies.
King George V
King George V
That's King George VI, and the penny is worth around 25 cents.
The obverse of any King George coin will have King George on it. From 1714 to 1952 there were 6 King Georges. From 1714 to 1800, the reverse of the British silver Penny had a Crowned "1" on it. From 1797 to 1967, the reverse of the British copper and bronze Penny featured the seated figure of Britannia holding a trident and shield.
Not enough information to answer - what is the denomination of the coin (1 shilling, 1 penny) and what condition is it in? Whatever it is, such a coin does not exist. King George IV died in 1830.
If it is an Australian 1930 King George V Penny it is both rare and valuable. If it is from anywhere else, it is neither rare nor valuable.
Such a coin does not exist. Queen Victoria did not become Queen until 1837 and the first coins with her image are dated 1838. King George IV was King in 1824.
Please check your coin, King Edward VII was king in 1908.
Please check your coin, King Edward VII was king in 1902.
King George The 6th
Such a coin does not exist. George V was king in 1912.
Such a coin does not exist. If it did exist, it would be a British Penny. All 1901 British coins featured Queen Victoria on the obverse. George V did not become king until 1911.
Although a 1945 King George Canadian Penny is very old the value of the coin isn't very high. These coins can be worth around 20 dollars.
In South Africa, a King George V collection of coins was produced during each year of the reign of the King, which lasted until 1952. The 1941 King George V half penny is being sold online from 5 to 20 dollars, depending on the condition of the coin.