SKU: 5002

£110.00

WW raised on truncation. A pleasing red/brown tone, problem free, reflective fields, a nice coin.

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Victoria (1837-1901), copper Farthing, 1841, ‘Young Head’ copper coinage (1838-1860), WW raised on truncation, REG: legend, edge plain. Obv. Young head facing left, date below. Rev. Britannia seated facing right, emblems in exergue. 4.69g, die axis 12h (S.3950; Peck 1560). Underlying lustre with hints of red amidst a pleasing tone, problem free, reflective fields, a nice coin. Good extremely fine.

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Ex. The Chichester Collection of Farthings.

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S.3950; Peck 1560