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    Bought an unusual penny on Ebay recently which had a re-entered G in D:G:, rotated noticeably.
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    You can tell that Boris really has had a very bad week at the office........
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    That really has been rotated quite a lot. I found one some years back on an 1861 6+G with the G in REG totally out of position , being low and to the left with the old G showing around it. Though its probably a G over G It could be over a C, but the coins to worn to be sure , and I've not seen another as yet to compare it with .
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    As per the title. Quite obvious. Probably just the one die.
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    His mummy's just said he can't go to Peppa Pig World.
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    Yes, mostly. The 1983 T&T Specimen set usually goes for above 300USD when it appears Who knows the mintage of even that one? My guess nobody.
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    What year's that please Richard?
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    My god that woman does not half write some Bull**** she should become an MP and thats not martin platt
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    Well at least 'Dimondgirl/Marlybob' had sense enough not to attempt it with one of these..... https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/393711712995?_trkparms=amclksrc%3DITM%26aid%3D1110006%26algo%3DHOMESPLICE.SIM%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20200818143230%26meid%3Da000239f2fef477e813ef7a68a48e948%26pid%3D101224%26rk%3D5%26rkt%3D5%26sd%3D255237698933%26itm%3D393711712995%26pmt%3D0%26noa%3D1%26pg%3D2047675%26algv%3DDefaultOrganicWeb&_trksid=p2047675.c101224.m-1
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    You are probably correct about the colon dots (my halfpennies are a lot smaller than the one pictured😂)
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    I will try to track down your discussions on the topic of Maundy v currency 3d. As a collector of both Maundy and 3d and 4d it is a topic dear to my heart. The reason I moved to focus on Maundy sets was precisely the difficulty in identifying true currency 1840s and 1850s 3d, especially for the key dates. I had thought the irregular colons in the 1848 3d in the Portland collection may have distinguished it from the more regular colons I have seen in Maundy sets that year - but it seems you are less convinced. At least 4d don’t suffer the same affliction.
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    Without room bid, let's see how many prices are hammered at our maximum bid price.
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    Ah, Fat Freddy's Cat... My favourite:
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    There will be a Kindle version in the next few weeks (and of the new decimal book).