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Found these 2 coins in a mixed lot, both appear to be silver in colour & off metal strike(Not plated, tested edge with white fluid & no usual signs of being plated) the 1902 Edward VII Halfpenny compared to a normal coin is a thicker planchet at nearly 2mm, weight is 5.9 grams & 26mm, the coin has some wear to high spots but otherwise is in very good condition.The 1901 Victoria Farthing is very similar in appearance & weight is 2.88 grams & 21mm. Can anyone help with identification of what these might be. Thank you
I'm going through an attic and have found thousands of coins, mostly half crowns (about 3,000) but I have also found lots of other interesting items. The first one that intrigues me is a George V halfpenny with the kings head but the other side is completely blank and has obviously never been struck. I'm not quite sure how it could have happened as I presumed both sides were struck at the same time. Any one have any info? Robert
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.