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  1. BobTyke


    It is difficult to tell from the picture. If possible take another photo that is clearer. Best to use a camera rather than a phone, and as bright lighting is possible to reduce lens blur and shake. The man on horseback does not look like any English coin of the period.
  2. BobTyke

    Terrible Journalism

    Is this some of the worst coin-related journalism ever? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5504579/Rare-2p-coins-sold-ebay-14k-one.html It claims the 1971 two-pence is "rare" (over a billion were made). It talks about coins being "printed". And it is completely uncritical of what the sellers are saying.