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  1. Also yea, I can’t tell if it’s stamped in but there is something that feels different there
  2. Sometimes, sometimes not, just a curious one in a bulk lot
  3. its in the bottom right of the obverse. when i saw it i thought it was, but i need some other eyes over it
  4. I have a cut quarter for some time, and have seen the various number of pellets after the mint on the shortcross coinage, i did get an article on york issue mintmarks for earlier monarchs, and seen pictures of shortcross with mintmarks, however cant find a picture of one ending in OR with 4 pellets in a diamond. any clues?
  5. so some talk on a facebook group about Edward I class 1c pennies, and punctuation, led to me photographing mine, posted all in a group, mainly to compare and was informed of something, (they are quite knowledgeable) I own 4 1c's as part of my Edward I collection, this one I bought a few years ago and only went for it due to the the reverse N's being different. I was informed it was a class 1C/D mule, which is logical after its mentioned, as the 1D pennies had larger lettering, as this reverse does, from what I am told about this particular variation is that there only ONE other example known, in the British Museum, has anyone seen any more of these... anywhere?
  6. wow good spot, glad i got mine from a bulk lot where the coin was pictured (badly) or i may have gone for it trying to get an example. but it does say one coin at random from the picture... so if you bought all the coins individually?
  7. it feels weird, hearing and seeing the king and charles III in announcements, we knew it was happen, but its so sudden
  8. its there, Its worn, I have the Jamaican 1882 as well, worn but nothing where the H should be, but other details of similar depth are there.
  9. what about the 1967 halfpenny with the obverse used on 1961s?
  10. the 2008 Ironside 2p 10,600,000 minted and 2017 10,900,000 according to the royal mint site
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    Antiques Roadshow - Coins

    they rarely show coins on there, only seen 1 collection of coins on there that was going a few years back
  12. 1992 dot to dot, the 2008 old design 10p... couple of scarce 2ps as well
  13. 1861 halfpennies have plenty of broken letters as well
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    Come on ENGLAND

    its coming home... and the royal mint will make 50ps of all the players and manager probably... :/
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