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Have I identified it right? 1874 Halfpenny

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Hi guys, what's on the cd, is it half pennies only?

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Hi guys, what's on the cd, is it half pennies only?

Its not porn Matt and you have to be over 30 years old :rolleyes:

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Hi guys, what's on the cd, is it half pennies only?

Its not porn Matt and you have to be over 30 years old :rolleyes:

Goddam it, I'll pass then.

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Hope the piccies will help you sort out Victoria's halfpennies. The mint really did have problems with the hardness of bronze when they started using it in 1860. I have 35 different examples dated 1861 with various dies, re-entered letters,dates etc.

This is the prize for everyone to look out for.............1875 Obverse 13* (Iain Dracott's designation). Found in 2005 and only 1 known at the moment. I bought it because it was a really nice example of reverse L, then found it was an unknown obverse

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Merry Christmas to everyone....................Mal

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My New Year resolution is to take a more active interest in halfpennies! I've ordered Mal's CD plus I found that the Apr/May/July 2004 issues of Coin News with Iain Dracott's articles are still available here - http://www.tokenpublishing.com/backissues.asp?pid=2  

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1 hour ago, davidrj said:

My New Year resolution is to take a more active interest in halfpennies! I've ordered Mal's CD plus I found that the Apr/May/July 2004 issues of Coin News with Iain Dracott's articles are still available here - http://www.tokenpublishing.com/backissues.asp?pid=2  

I've got spares for April and May, but no July - and for the majority of issues since 1998. If anybody needs anything please PM me.

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On 23/12/2015 at 11:04 AM, Mal Lewendon said:

Hope the piccies will help you sort out Victoria's halfpennies. The mint really did have problems with the hardness of bronze when they started using it in 1860. I have 35 different examples dated 1861 with various dies, re-entered letters,dates etc.

This is the prize for everyone to look out for.............1875 Obverse 13* (Iain Dracott's designation). Found in 2005 and only 1 known at the moment. I bought it because it was a really nice example of reverse L, then found it was an unknown obverse

567a7f83447e5_Obv13.jpg.a9e1c464b892f57c

 

Merry Christmas to everyone....................Mal

Happy New Year Mal.

Another one to look for. The halfpennies are becoming more of a challenge than the pennies !!

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On 12/23/2015 at 1:10 PM, davidrj said:

My New Year resolution is to take a more active interest in halfpennies! I've ordered Mal's CD plus I found that the Apr/May/July 2004 issues of Coin News with Iain Dracott's articles are still available here - http://www.tokenpublishing.com/backissues.asp?pid=2  

David,

Where did you order it and how much?

Dave G

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Looks as though Mal had two accounts and there are more details about the CD on the thread page immediately previous to this one.

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