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    Stuff to Make Us Laugh

    That is true dedication to getting a roll in just one film , its a shame it didn't lead to a career in football ☺️
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    Halfpenny ID check

    In for a PLNNY in for a pound
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    It doesn't , It just depends on whether you find date width variations interesting and wish to collect them on not. Many of them are ex rare but not many collectors are interested in them. They a more common in early coins as would be expected and seem to have disappeared completely by the 1940s . On the whole there inexpensive and new undiscovered types are still turning up. Its the thrill of the chase for me ??
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    Is this what you mean . And yes Depeche Mode . Seriously one difference which Pete picked up on is that on the common type the 1 almost touches the tooth on the rare ones there is a gap between the 1 and the tooth
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    I compared it with the common type Gouby Ab and the last 1 to the gap type Gouby Aa and i cant see any noticeable difference between any of them , but as both Aa and Ac types are so rare i would think that each were minted from just one die ,which would suggest that reserve dies were kept with just the first three digits stamp on to them and that they were later needed and had the last digit i.e the 1 inserted so as to complete the number of coins required . I guess this could mean that they were very slightly different.
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    1901 with the second one in the date directly over the tooth . Blakeyboys newly discovered type , now listed by Gouby as type Ac
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    My latest addition an F176 2+a in top grade
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    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    Very nice DIY Brockage 😉 GB Elizabeth 1963 Mint Error Penny RARE | eBay
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    I was going to have a crack at it . Its in the sold section now , so i guess an offer was excepted even though three bids had already been placed. 1875 VICTORIAN BUN HEAD PENNY | eBay
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    8, nearly all of them still held by the Royal Mint and not available https://rarestpennies.wordpress.com/1937-edward-viii/
  12. He's hoping they won't cut his head off too
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    New to collecting - my story so far

    Welcome to the Forum Jack . As you may guess from my name i'm not into Shillings, but im sure lots of useful information will be forthcoming from other members on here who are.
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    Four of a kind

    Yes, I have to agree with Pete its a good book to buy for information on 20th century Bronze.
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    Four of a kind

    I did know that Pete I posted that on here in Feb 2016 but its that the two missing sea dates are both different one with the long plume the other with the short