Jersey Coins and Banknotes

By H.K. Fears



     Jersey, an island in the English Channel, has unique links with England.   Since the reign of King John, the island has "peculiar" privileges obtained through a series of royal charters which has resulted in Jersey being officially known in the constitutional terms as "A Peculiar of the Crown".  In 1204, the King lost his lands in Normandy to the French but, Jersey and the other Channel Islands, which were also part of the Duchy of Normandy, sided with King John and Jersey has remained predominantly royalist since that time. 
     These pages are provided for information about Jersey coins and banknotes for numismatists, collectors, and others who have an interest in the currency of the States of Jersey.  I hope you learn something about Jersey's "peculiar" numismatic history and come back soon. 

     "Numismatics, like some aspects of astronomy and natural history, remains a branch of learning in which the amateur can still do valuable work, and it is on the great collecting public, or rather on that part of which is interested in the subject at a scientific level, that the progress of numismatic science largely depends." Philip Grierson - Professor of Numismatics, University of Cambridge

Jersey Coins and Banknotes


Part 1
The 1813
Tokens

Part 2
13 Pence
to a Shilling

Part 3
13 Pence
to a Shilling

Part 4
12 Pence
to a Shilling

Part 5
12 Pence
to a Shilling

Part 6
12 Pence
to a Shilling

Part 7
12 Pence
to a Shilling

Part 8
12 Pence
to a Shilling

Part 9
12 Pence
to a Shilling

Part 10
Decimal
Coinage

Part 11
One
Pound

Part 12
Commemoratives


Part 13
Gold
Denominations

Part 14
Repunched
Letters

Part 15
Striations


Part 16
Incomplete
Denominations

Part 17
Mis-
Strikes

Part 18
Four Shillings
Models

Part 19
Coronation
Medals

Part 20
Agricultural
Medals

Part 21
Liberation
Medals

Part 22
Miscellaneous
Medals

Part 23
Odds
and Ends

Part 24
World
War II

Jersey Coins and Banknotes


Part 25
Other
Tokens

Part 26
Cool
Cats

Part 27
A Few Ancients


Part 28
Designers
and Engravers

Part 29
Icons
and Notes

Part 30
Royal Mint
Documents

Part 31
Denticle
Counts

Part 32
Laws
and Acts

Part 33
The States
Treasury

Part 34
Numismatic
Time Line

Part 35
Slide Show
Part One
1813-1871


Part 36
Slide Show
Part Two
1877-1966



Proof, Mint, &
Unofficial Sets

The Shield
On Jersey Coins

British
Coins

Numismatic
Delicacies

Book Reviews


Prints
for Sale

Mintage Figures

The Rarity of Various Jersey Coins

Selected First Day Covers

Jersey Coins and Banknotes

     Jersey, an island in the English Channel, has unique links with England.   Since the reign of King John, the island has "peculiar" privileges obtained through a series of royal charters which has resulted in Jersey being officially known in the constitutional terms as "A Peculiar of the Crown".  In 1204, the King lost his lands in Normandy to the French but, Jersey and the other Channel Islands, which were also part of the Duchy of Normandy, sided with King John and Jersey has remained predominantly royalist since that time. 
     These pages are provided for information about Jersey coins and banknotes for numismatists, collectors, and others who have an interest in the currency of the States of Jersey.  I hope you learn something about Jersey's "peculiar" numismatic history and come back soon. 
     "Numismatics, like some aspects of astronomy and natural history, remains a branch of learning in which the amateur can still do valuable work, and it is on the great collecting public, or rather on that part of which is interested in the subject at a scientific level, that the progress of numismatic science largely depends."

Philip Grierson - Professor of Numismatics, University of Cambridge



By
H.K. Fears




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Part 1
The 1813
Tokens

Part 2
13 Pence
to a Shilling

Part 3
13 Pence
to a Shilling

Part 4
12 Pence
to a Shilling

Part 5
12 Pence
to a Shilling

Part 6
12 Pence
to a Shilling

Part 7
12 Pence
to a Shilling

Part 8
12 Pence
to a Shilling

Part 9
12 Pence
to a Shilling

Part 10
Decimal
Coinage

Part 11
One
Pound

Part 12
Commemoratives


Part 13
Gold
Denominations

Part 14
Repunched
Letters

Part 15
Striations


Part 16
Incomplete
Denominations

Part 17
Mis-
Strikes

Part 18
Four Shillings
Models

Part 19
Coronation
Medals

Part 20
Agricultural
Medals

Part 21
Liberation
Medals

Part 22
Miscellaneous
Medals

Part 23
Odds
and Ends

Part 24
World
War II

Part 25
Other
Tokens

Part 26
Cool
Cats

Part 27
A Few Ancients



Part 28
Designers
and Engravers

Part 29
Icons
and Notes

Part 30
Royal Mint
Documents

Part 31
Denticle
Counts

Part 32
Laws
and Acts

Part 33
The States
Treasury

Part 34
Numismatic
Time Line

Part 35
Slide Show
Part One
1813-1871



Part 36
Slide Show
Part Two
1877-1966



Proof, Mint, &
Unofficial Sets

The Shield
On Jersey Coins


British
Coins


Numismatic
Delicacies

Book Reviews



Prints
for Sale


Mintage Figures


The Rarity of Various Jersey Coins

Selected First Day Covers

Banknotes



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