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  1. There is only 1 Irish 1938 penny in private hands. The only other example is held by the National Museum of Ireland, so in effect, the other coin is unique in terms of its availability. Of course, rarity alone is not an indication of value - demand is the most important factor ! For background info on the 1938 Irish penny, see https://oldcurrencyexchange.com/2014/08/21/rare-coins-the-1938-irish-penny/
  2. To date, none have been found. A small sample of the new coins must have been produced in order for engineers to calibrate + test phone boxes, parking meters, and vending machines. Could they have done this work in the first five months of 1992, or was there 1991 five pence coin? Is this the Holy Grail of Irish numismatics? O’Brien Rare Coin Review: Does an Irish (small) 1991 5p coin exist? https://oldcurrencyexchange.com/2016/08/17/obrien-rare-coin-review-does-an-irish-small-1991-5p-coin-exist/
  3. BJB

    Morbiducci Prova

    Hi, Im new to this forum but I actively participate on the PCGS forum. I was hoping that someone here might have a copy of the Gerard Brady article in the Spink Vol 84 Number 6 on the Morbiducci Prova Irish patterns.