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  1. I think that he was blind at the end too, so he never got to see his new coinage.
  2. Iannich48

    More Pennies

    No worries, i still enjoyed reading that other discussion, and it looks a bit like the tail of a 9 (or small 9) on the Cp1858G imo, but more like part of a 1 or 7 to the right. Makes no sense, unless it is a double overstrike.
  3. Iannich48

    More Pennies

    It certainly does. I have an 1863 penny, and from one angle it looks like an open 3, but not from other angles.
  4. Iannich48

    More Pennies

    Thanks Richard, definitely a trick of the light with the first pic.
  5. Iannich48

    More Pennies

    Interesting, thanks Alfnail. But the bottom right inside corner of the second 8 does seem to have a straight line at an angle of about 30 degrees from vertical. Tbh, it is the p1496 from a certain website that we like.😁
  6. Iannich48

    More Pennies

    This coin looks like an 8/7. Do you agree folks?
  7. Yes, i agree. That is a nice farthing.
  8. Interestingly, the fees on Easylive are 17% + VAT, so 20.4%, not the usual 17% including VAT. Nice that they are on the site though, thanks Paddy.
  9. Indeed it is, but at least the reverse is decent.
  10. Very pleased with this 1919kn that i just received. Not my pics, but they are spot on.
  11. I think that there will be a lot of bargains and a lot of unsold lots. Hopefully some coins that i/us here, want to buy.
  12. They are accepting lots up to the 8th May, so the catalogue will be a few days after that date i guess.
  13. Iannich48

    How can I sell 10Kg of old pennies?

    Hi Weaver. Maybe M J Hughes? They seem to show that they take scrap coins on their website.
  14. Well spotted Richard, it certainly looks possible.
  15. Iannich48

    1945 3d Discovered

    You would have to be a complete fool to not know the size of a coin that you were buying for £50000+ , but it might have happened at some time, who knows?