SKU: 9269

£225.00

Reverse A, two incuse lines on saltire. A beautiful brown/purple fluorescence tone, a lovely coin in hand.

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George IV (1820-1830), copper Halfpenny, 1826, second issue (1825-1830), Reverse A, two incuse lines on saltire, edge plain. Obv. Laureate head facing left, date below. Rev. Britannia seated facing right, emblems in exergue. 9.67g, die axis 12h (S.3824; Peck 1433). A few light contact marks, otherwise just the lightest of friction to the high-points, the tone a beautiful brown/purple fluorescence, a lovely coin in hand. About uncirculated.

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Reverse A, Two incuse lines on saltire

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S.3824; Peck 1433