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  1. Thanks Paddy for posting on my behalf while I waited to be fully approved for these forums. The 1861 Half(p) Penny featured in this thread was found in a loose bag of mixed world copper I recently purchased. I love a good cherry-pick which is why predecimal coppers are so much fun. I spent some time down the rabbit hole of farthing varieties a while back, but my are those little guys hard on the eyes. I’m not sure what I intend to do with the F/P. If I were to sell it, should I have it officially attributed beforehand or not. Thanks for all of your input thus far and for welcoming me to the site.