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Thanks Rob.

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6 hours ago, mrbadexample said:

Looking for a decent picture of Freeman ½d obverse 12, I searched for F322 as the only one to have this obverse. 

I think the R in BRITT is slightly rotated on obverse 12.

But halfpenny obverses 11 and 12 are probably the worst to try and differentiate.

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5 hours ago, Mr T said:

I think the R in BRITT is slightly rotated on obverse 12.

But halfpenny obverses 11 and 12 are probably the worst to try and differentiate.

Cheers. I saw that Obverse 12 is only paired with Reverse L so I was actually checking the reverse to make sure I was getting the right obverse for my picture. It wasn't L as far as I could see, so something had to be wrong...

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F282? Not 100% on the obverse.

 

F282O.jpg

F282R.jpg

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6 hours ago, mrbadexample said:

F282? Not 100% on the obverse.

 

F282O.jpg

F282R.jpgDefinately 7+G Freeman 282

Definately 7+G Freeman 282

 

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I have great difficulty distinguishing between obverses 4, 6 & 7, so that's reassuring, thanks. :)

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Ok, time to see if the homework is paying off. I'd very much like this to be F328 please:

 

1876F ½d F328 (1s).jpg

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1876F ½d F328 (2s).jpg

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I haven't got Freeman to hand, but if F328 refers to the wide date reverse then yours is definitely that.

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Marvellous. The seller's pictures were somewhat out of focus so the condition's better than I hoped for. :)

If that was a penny of similar rarity (e.g. F14) it'd be popular. :lol:

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No Freeman number but I think 11+J?

 

1874 ½d 11+J (2).jpg

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1874 ½d 11+J.jpg

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Same again, 11+J?

 

1874 ½d 11+J (3).jpg

1874 ½d 11+J (4).jpg

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