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Thanks, it's hard to be sure sometimes. :) 

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50 minutes ago, mrbadexample said:

Thanks, it's hard to be sure sometimes. :) 

Indeed....

And reinforces the difficulty of working from images...

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7 hours ago, mrbadexample said:

Can either of you tell me what eliminates obverse 2 please? :unsure: 

A hammer?

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26 minutes ago, copper123 said:

A hammer?

😄 Good one.

 

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1 hour ago, copper123 said:

A hammer?

Someone's had a go...:lol:

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All examples of 2+C that I have seen have the die crack evidence, through "A" of "VICTORIA"

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I thought we'd already agreed it was Obverse 5 (the dink in the forehead)?

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Obverse 5.

c1890-1861 halfpenny obv.5.JPG

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