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  1. martinross44

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    I stand corrected
  2. martinross44

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    2+D IMO. No LCWyon on Obv 6. https://headsntails14.wordpress.com/victoria-bronze-obverses/ is a great resource
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    I was also watching that with interest. I am surprised, given the good reputation of the coin dealer selling it, that it either wasn't identified as, or indeed promoted as an F14. I actually commented to a fellow penny collector how surprised I was to find two on ebay at the same time in close succession.
  4. martinross44

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    I've given you access and will change the settings too. Speaking with another person who focuses on penny varieties, the knot in the bow would indicate it is just a plain old obv 1. The chances of it being anything else were slim to none really!
  5. martinross44

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    Actually, ignore me - done some more research, it is a 1. Let's call my consideration that it was a 1* confirmation bias...
  6. martinross44

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    Ah OK - sorry, quite new to this whole thing. Try this one https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VNLYiXI7E3Iuz7y0NnK5ZrdQbjRN_p8D/view?usp=drivesdk
  7. martinross44

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    Whilst the topic of 1860 obv/rev combinations are ongoing, I also have this one. I am very conscious it is heavily worn, but what are your thoughts on obv varient? I can't commit between obv 1 or 1* Photo too large, so a link to Google drive. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1V_l3ibb-nE0G6ObK8ATSNa8fEZ4PjiZp/view?usp=drivesdk
  8. martinross44

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    Found an F14...