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PWA 1967

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  1. If you look at the picture and compare the hair with a normal 1865 you will notice its different . These are patterns with a different design which are scarce / rare with low mintages and command a premium.
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    1908 F164

    I dont know how to copy and post the picture of the REV. Coin aquisition of the week thread page 92.
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    1908 F164

    I think its Garys on here Jon as seen it before and seem to remember it was his 🙂
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    Royal Mint Experiance / SYO

    https://www.royalmint.com/the-royal-mint-experience/vip/ These are the other tours that may be more suitable for people with a pre-decimal interest.
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    Royal Mint Experiance / SYO

    I know a couple of penny collectors who went on the bronze VIP tour that they both enjoyed 👍
  6. Thats bob on Shane and really nice 👍
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    To see or not to see...

    That depends on your eyesight and you need it for Bryan. I like these... https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/30X-60X-Magnifier-LED-Light-Jeweller-Antique-Eye-Magnifying-Optical-Glass-Loupe/263824335626?hash=item3d6d27e30a:g:occAAOSwfQtbUCy1 Pete.
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    50p, the actual numbers so far....

    Where are those numbers from please Kev,i thought the 1985 seemed low and just read its 3,400,000. Do you know which is right please ?
  9. Yes its definately REV A so either F174 or F176. The Gap / colon does look wider ,however the I of IMP does look to tooth ,would need a clearer picture to be certain i think 🙂 OZ John if the I of IMP points to a tooth its F176 if its to a gap its F174 ,there are other indicators but thats the one i use first. Having another look at the indicators i do think its a F174
  10. Your 1913 looks like a F176 the scarce one. OBV 2.......... I of IMP to tooth ?.
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    More Pennies

    This year ,i have just not put them on here before though.