Due to Britains ongoing expenses with various wars in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, there were very few silver or copper coins minted.
The 1790's was not a great decade for British coin production by the Royal Mint.
Any 1790's British coin featuring George III on the obverse and Britannia on the reverse would be a copper -
1797 (cartwheel) Twopence (41mm in diameter)
1797 (cartwheel) Penny (36mm in diameter)
1799 Halfpenny (31mm in diameter)
1799 Farthing (23.5 in diameter)
If your coin does not fall into any of these categories, you possibly have a privately minted tokens or counterfeit coin.
To get an estimate of value on a privately minted token, you need to provide the details of the inscription on the token.
Queen Anne was on the throne in 1707, and no coins from her reign featured Britannia.
Please check your coin. Queen Anne was on the throne on in 1709, George I did not come to the throne until 1714.
You need to give us a bit more information, particularly what is the main motif on the coin (Britannia, a shield, etc.) and an estimate of what the coin is made out of (gold, silver, copper, etc.) and then we can better identify what it is and hopefully get you a value.
what is the value of the revolution bicentinniel coin of George Washington gold coin
You have a British coin ("Georgius IV D.G. Britannia Rex F.D." is abbreviated latin for "George the Fourth, King of Britain and Defender of the Faith") dated 1821. To get a value, the denomination and condition of the coin would need to be known.
There is no such coin, 1800 was before King George VI.
The goddess Britannia
what is value of a 1949 King George the sixth ten cent Hong Kong coin
Please check your coin, George III died in 1820.
The same as every other 2-headed or 2-tailed "magician's coin" - a couple of bucks as a novelty item but no collector value because it's a privately-made trick coin.
Check your coin. George IV died in 1830. After you check it, please provide the denomination with your next question.
The value of a George VI half crown coin will depend upon its condition and how much the seller wants for it. You can expect to pay anything in the region of $1-$30 for this coin at auction.
Britannia can be found on the reverse of a Britishnon-commemorative 50 pence piece. Britannia also appeared on predecimal Pennies and pre-1936 Halfpennies.
The value of 1920 George v king and emperor 1 rupee silver coin is $3.43 and $4.54 respectively.
What type of coin? It sounds more like a medallion??
Such a coin does not exist, please check your coin and provide a denomination. Edward VII was king in 1903.
Such a coin does not exist. George III was king in 1804 and there were no Guinea coins minted from 1800 to 1812 inclusive.
August 1, 2009 The only value I could find for this coin was $75 in an online store..
Such a coin does not exist. George V was king in 1912.
Such a coin does not exist. King George VI died in 1952.
A Washington Peace coin? Please post new question with the denomination of the coin and a better description.
The only George III coins with Britannia on the reverse are the Twopence, Penny, Halfpenny and the Farthing, but none of them had a milled edge. From 1797, the Penny was 36mm in diameter, the Twopence was 41mm in diameter and both coins were made from copper.