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Coins 728x90

1 hour ago, Michael-Roo said:

 

Ok, so it isn't a 1/2d, but as 'a gem for your collection' a snip at the opening price. :lol::lol::lol:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1673-Charles-II-Copper-Half-Penny-Extremely-Rare-/152557870542?hash=item2385285dce:g:n~4AAOSwR29ZI1CZ

Good one.

'Here we have the extremely rare " 1673 Charles II Copper Half Penny " Metal detecting find in Suffolk. This a one highly collectible coin and very difficult to find in identifiable condition. A gem for your collection.'

No it's not; no it's not; cannot contest the assertion it was dug; no it's not; no it's not (if in identifiable coindition you have found it); no it's not.

Even if it doesn't sparkle on the numismatic front, it's a gem for this thread. ;)

 

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It's a thrower.:rolleyes:

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so identifiable that it is a farthing.. worth less then a fiver.

Don't see many Halfpennies, so even that state... not worth the asking price :P

and people and their throwers... throw em my way.

 

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Apparently the listing ended early because the item was lost or broken. We should be fairly confident that it wasn't lost through being stolen.

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8 hours ago, scott said:

so identifiable that it is a farthing.. worth less then a fiver.

Don't see many Halfpennies, so even that state... not worth the asking price :P

and people and their throwers... throw em my way.

 

I collect more toe nail clippings than utter crap coins;)

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