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  1. Robert

    One sided blank planchet

    I'm going through an attic and have found thousands of coins, mostly half crowns (about 3,000) but I have also found lots of other interesting items. The first one that intrigues me is a George V halfpenny with the kings head but the other side is completely blank and has obviously never been struck. I'm not quite sure how it could have happened as I presumed both sides were struck at the same time. Any one have any info? Robert
  2. Hi, hope someone can help me ID this George V era coin, new at this and my internet search hasn't shed any light. There is no coin value or date, is it a token? Looks like mainly copper metal and is thin and lightweight. Thanks in advance..