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  1. Thanks for the info guys. The green pigment hasn't changed in the time I've had it, which must be 10yrs or more, so I would be confident to agree with Red Riley and say it is stable. Not sure what I'll be doing with it yet, but I may hang onto it if the market for them isn't particularly strong for the half penny's at the moment.
  2. Hi guys, I found this half penny when I was a kid and discovered it recently in an old ceramic coin bank. I've done a bit of research, but can't find anything that gives a conclusive valuation of it in it's present condition. From what I can see the die letter A next to the lighthouse (see pics) points to it being fairly rare. If anyone could give me a good idea of it's value, or just point me in the right direction, I'd really appreciate it.