SKU: 6213

£145.00

A pleasing silvery/blue tone giving this coin good eye appeal.

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Victoria (1837-1901), copper Farthing, 1850, ‘Young Head’ copper coinage (1838-1860), Obv. 2, FID: DEF: legend, edge plain. Obv. Young head facing left, date below. Rev. Britannia seated facing right, emblems in exergue. 4.60g, die axis 12h (S.3950; Peck 1571). Some very light hairlines, otherwise with a pleasing silvery/blue coloured tone giving this coin great eye appeal. Uncirculated.

Formerly slabbed and graded by NGC as MS64 BN (now removed from slab) with accompanying slab ticket.

Provenance
Ex. The Chichester Collection of Farthings.
Ex. Ira & Larry Goldberg Auction 110, 05/06/2019, Lot 2320

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Date

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Denomination

Condition

Edge

Type

FID: DEF. legend, Obv. 2

Weight

References

S.3950; Peck 1571

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