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  1. Iannich48

    More Pennies

    Maybe the sellers could mention what the actual reserve is, before the auction finishes.
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    I cannot think of anything better than counting teeth on these😁
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    Ebay's BEST Offerings

    I got a first edition for about £100 about 5 years ago, from Canada I think. It really is a great book.
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    Ebay's BEST Offerings

    I think not. Just a trick of the light in my opinion.
  5. You were obviously first to spot it. I wonder what would have happened if the seller had made it an auction? Well done anyway.
  6. They certainly got their money's worth out of those early 1860's dies.
  7. Oh yes I agree Rob. Depends how many coins the seller has i suppose.
  8. Was this a buy it now or auction? Just out of interest.
  9. A nice bargain there. I am amazed that sellers do not know what they are selling sometimes.
  10. Iannich48

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    Of course, i should have mentioned the other engravers etc, not all down to Mr Wyon.
  11. I think that you are spot on as usual. Shame on Noonan's, but hopefully other buyers will notice what you have noticed about the 3 and 4d's.
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    Well if Mr Wyon had not made any mistakes, the bronze coinage of 1860-63 would have been a lot less interesting.
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    That was a brilliant sketch.
  14. Iannich48

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    That is some nice work with those 1856 pennies. I too was surprised at the amount of PT small dates that were found. Saltford Coins had a very nice one a few months ago.
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