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  1. Unfortunately, advancing age and the lack of a suitable heir compels me to divest myself of my copper and bronze coin collection. I’ve selected Heritage Galleries as my selling agent, and they have put together a “monthly auction” that cherry picks the collection’s farthings, halfpennies, and pennies. If you’re interested in high quality, certified specimens of numerous dates and die varieties, have a look at the Heritage website presentation of my collection.
  2. It seems Londoncoins are selling a collection of farthings in their March sale, so incase anyone is interested, although they are slabbed by CGS you can always break them out..... http://www.londoncoins.co.uk/preview_images/Large/152_14526157346C36510_1.jpg
  3. Last week i found a large number of coins from various dates between 1862 and 1960s along with stamps from the 1940s. The coins found are 1962 and 1963 pennies with Queen Elizabeth II on the head. One 1862 shilling and one 1884 shilling. A large number of shillings and Florins with George Vi on top with various dates and 250 farthings from 1930-40s which however have some verdigris on them. Do you think that these coins can be sold if so how much would i expect in total?