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  1. I guess you mean the Freeman 112 . Here is a link to Richards rare pennies site https://rarestpennies.wordpress.com/1882-f112/
  2. It does as you say Richard look as though there were two different dies , both of which underwent a repair to the 7 ??
  3. On Richards rare coin site I noticed that on Blake Davitts example, the inner line by the second N in PENNY kinks outwards , this same feature can be seen on my Penny, so I assume that they are both from the same die
  4. You could be right Pete, I think it may be an early example of the known type , ie before more of the old filled in 7 started to brake away, or a second type from another over stamped die ??? .
  5. Picked up this 1874 this week F73 with 7 over 7
  6. terrysoldpennies

    My collection

    Gary , you've placed the same obverse picture on the 1913 Penny F175 as on the F176. Easily done with all the work you've put in.
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    Farthing pickup at brum

    Looks like someone was even worse than me at spelling.
  8. 1860 Gouby T missing colons . my best find for a while
  9. We should look up to our politicians, Pillars of society yeah Right.
  10. terrysoldpennies

    1860 D* 2*

    Well, It is '' Free for all to see '', But your right , I was so wrapped up in it I failed to notice. Smacked wrist.
  11. terrysoldpennies

    1860 D* 2*

    Lukas is claiming this to be a D* 2* ITS NOT it has a 143 teeth and is a D Freeman 2 not the D* 2* with 145 teeth I have informed him https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1860-Penny-Unrecorded-Gouby-Obverse-D-or-G-A-Of-Victoria-Points-To-Tooth-RARE/332960341847?hash=item4d85fb9f57:g:t0QAAOSwj-RcF8nw:rk:162:pf:0
  12. I could be wrong , but I could have sworn its 1908 Penny. Nice coin though
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