Farthing 1714 Peck 742 Large Flan UNC with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded CGS 80, the finest known of just two examples thus far recorded by the CGS Population Report, Ex-London Coins Auction A143, 1/12/2013 Lot 1736, Ex-Archbishop Sharp, Glendinings 5/10/1977 Lot 273
Farthing 1714 Pattern in Silver Peck 758 dies 4*+F, Obverse: ANNA DEI GRATIA, portrait with rust spots on the throat and chin. Reverse: the rim shows a flaw on the border opposite BRI with the appearance of flattening and there are rust spots on the shield and globe. GEF, slabbed and graded CGS 65, the only example thus far recorded by the CGS Population Report, Ex-DNW September 2015 Lot 778
Farthing 1714 ANNA REGINA legend dies 3+E struck on a small flan of 21.5 mm, Peck 745, UNC with a touch of residual mint lustre, toned with a couple of small spots and the lightest of cabinet friction to the very highest points only, an attractive and sharp example of this type
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