- Chocolate tone, very nice sheen with a dark area on the Queen and some other darker patches on the obverse. Attractive, virtually no wear.£85.00With much remaining lustre, but also some dark spots and toning.£45.00A little weakly struck but with some hints of last lustre.£35.00Very weak to Britannia. Plenty of lustre which is uneven in places and there is dirtiness in some lettering.£32.00With some nice remaining lustre.£24.00
Penny 1854 EFChocolate tone, very nice sheen with a dark area on the Queen and some other darker patches on the obverse. Attractive, virtually no wear.
Penny 1920 GEFVery weak to Britannia. Plenty of lustre which is uneven in places and there is dirtiness in some lettering.
CategoriesI purchased about 700 of these Indian 1/12th Anna coins. Each is uncirculated, but of the 700, only ...£1.50£0.99
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