04 January 2022
How much should you pay for a Queen Victoria Penny, issued between 1860 and 1894? Find out in our guide to prices paid online and at auction.
The bun penny gets its name from Queen Victoria's hairstyle, which is gathered together in a 'bun'.
Read more about the historical background in our special coin guide.
European eBayer paziko_71 from Poland offered this 1860 bun penny, described as a nice example, at £54.95 BIN, with £1.10 postage.
BUY IT NOW PRICE: £54.95
Australian eBayer aquajulis from Queensland recently offered this 1875 example at AU $71.09 plus $3.50 shipping.
BUY IT NOW PRICE: £37
UK eBay seller gb-classic-coins-uk recently offered this 1860 example, described as lustrous uncirculated at £350 BIN, with free UK delivery.
BUY IT NOW PRICE: £350
Another lot from UK eBay dealer gb-classic-coins-uk.
This 1868 example is described as uncirculated, with a BIN price of £1,200 with free shipping.
BUY IT NOW PRICE: £1,200
Yet another lot from UK eBay dealer gb-classic-coins-uk: this 1865 example, was described as near uncirculated, with blueish toning to the obverse. The BIN price with free shipping was £375.
BUY IT NOW PRICE: £375
Northern Ireland eBayer 1965philipm13 from Armagh, recently offered this 1864 example, described as a rare date, for £25.97 with free postage.
BUY IT NOW PRICE: £25
GB Classic Coins recently sold this 1882 H example, described as uncirculated, for £225, with free UK delivery.
BUY IT NOW PRICE: £225