The coins shown below dated before 1920 contained 92.5% Silver and from 1920 to 1946 contained 50% Silver. Coins from 1947 onward were made from Cupro-Nickel and contained no Silver.
Values shown here as based only on the current value of the silver content of each coin (scrap value). Lower mintage coins / examples in very good condition could be worth more than scrap value - please see the British Coin Key Dates information on predecimal.com.
Values are based on the Silver spot price of 56.3p per gram - price last updated: Friday 27th May 08:07.
To value your collection of coins based only on scrap metal content and current spot silver price - enter the number of each pre 1920 and 1920-1946 coin you have in the boxes below each coin image.
Note 1: Images show 1 example of the coin reverse design, there may be a number of different designs used for each coin.
Note 2: Values shown and some of the Silver content weights are rounded to 2 decimal places.
Note 3: The weights shown are for as new condition coins, worn coins in poor condition will weigh less and so contain slightly less silver.