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GoldUnite20 Shillings
Angel10 Shillings
Double Crown10 Shillings
Crown5 Shillings
SilverHalf Crown2 Shillings6 Pence
Shilling12 Pence
Sixpence6 Pence
Three Pence3 Pence
Groat4 Pence
Half Groat2 Pence
Penny1 Pence
Half Penny1/2 Pence
CopperRoyal Farthing1/4 Pence
Rose Farthing1/4 PenceManufactured privately 1624 to 1644

These coins were manufactured from Charles' succession in 1625, until the start of the First English Civil War in 1642.

The Guinea did not become a unit of currency until 1663. The Pound, introduced in Elizabeth's reign was no longer used.