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  1. Toothed border/beaded border.
  2. Zo Arms

    Halfpenny ID check

    Exactly as Martin says. I should have been more concise in response. Apologies.
  3. Zo Arms

    Halfpenny ID check

    Reverse E. Similar die fill.
  4. If Michael has no copies available, I'm happy to let mine go. Purchased from Michael, as new, when first published. And unfortunately unused. ( My pockets aren't deep enough for pennies).
  5. Zo Arms

    Halfpenny ID check

    Took a while to locate it. Reverse G. Die fill to the top of the E may be useful in finding another example.
  6. Zo Arms

    Halfpenny ID check

    Just got in. Looking for it now.
  7. Zo Arms

    Halfpenny ID check

    Hi all. It appears that I'm late to the party and the cleaners are just stacking the chairs and sweeping up. Not much to add really. I would agree with Bernie that mine is an obverse 4 and Martin's a 6. The A pointing in Victoria is different due to rotation. As is the D of D:G: Martin's being extreme. Richard has mentioned the V of Victoria. I think the R of BRITT on mine has been repunched, slightly rotated too. Martin's strongly appears to be an E. Mine, I'm not sure. I can see Jon's reasoning for an E but I've always swayed to an F as Jerry says. Give me an hour or so, and I'll see if I can do some better photos as I think there may be something going on under the B too. Cracking find Martin.
  8. Zo Arms

    TOY COINS

    Welcome back to the fold. 😁
  9. Zo Arms

    SCARCE 1956 Halfpenny

    I've messaged you Chris. All will be revealed.
  10. Zo Arms

    SCARCE 1956 Halfpenny

    I'm afraid there's a bit of a queue Chris. You'll have to join the back. You may also need to bring a chair with you. Could be a lengthy wait. 😁. (And you already have 2 of these F475, to my knowledge).
  11. Zo Arms

    Halfpenny ID check

    Not in hand yet. Christmas post delays etc. An unfair question I'll admit. Photos when it arrives. Thanks Martin
  12. Zo Arms

    Halfpenny ID check

    Thought I'd cropped that. Not going to try an edit. I'm not that brave.😁.
  13. Zo Arms

    Halfpenny ID check

    Seasonal greetings etc..... eBay purchase last week, mainly because I thought there may be a P lurking under the F. Paired with a 7. My current example is obvious, as the F has worn away, leaving a definite P. These better grade coins are open to dispute, as not immediately apparent. At £26, I took a chance. Just wondering what others thought.
  14. Zo Arms

    Charles I Angel and medallions

    I know nothing about these but what a pleasure it would be to own. Beautiful.
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