SKU: 6212

£145.00

Lustrous with a light tone and flashes of original colour, a pleasing coin.

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Victoria (1837-1901), copper Farthing, 1853, ‘Young Head’ copper coinage (1838-1860), obv. 2, ww raised, edge plain. Obv. Young head facing left, date below. Rev. Britannia seated facing right, emblems in exergue. 4.73g, die axis 12h (S.3950; Peck 1575). A few trivial spots to reverse, otherwise lustrous with a light tone and flashes of original colour, a pleasing coin. About uncirculated.

Formerly slabbed and graded by NGC as MS63 RB (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 2325

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S.3950; Peck 1575

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