Farthing 1834 W.w on truncation (Smaller second w) LCGS variety 03, Choice UNC with considerable mint lustre, the only example recorded by the LCGS Population Report, also the only example seen by this cataloguer
Farthings, includes some varieties (6) 1831 Peck 1466 EF, slabbed and graded CGS 60, 1834 Reverse B Peck 1471, EF with a small scratch on the portrait, slabbed and graded CGS 65, 1834 3 over high in date, EF toned, slabbed and graded CGS 60, 1835 Reverse B with 5 over 3 CGS variety 03, About Fine, slabbed and graded CGS 20, 1836 Peck 1474 NEF/GVF, slabbed and graded CGS 55, 1837 7 over 1 with 18 doubled, VF with striking flaw on portrait, in a CGS Yellow Ticket holder stating 'Field Damage VF'
Farthing 1834 Reverse A. Incuse Line on Saltire Peck 1470, UNC with traces of lustre and a small minting flaw on the portrait, slabbed and graded CGS 80, the joint finest of 8 examples thus far recorded by the CGS Population Report
Farthings (4) 1821 as Peck 1407 with G over O in GRATIA the variety unlisted individually by Peck, Good Fine, Rare, 1825 Obverse 2 Peck 1415A Fine, Rare, 1834 Reverse B Raised Line on Saltire Peck 1471 VF with an edge nick, 1835 Reverse A Incuse Line on Saltire Peck 1472 VG/NF all scarce
Farthings (3) 1825 Obverse 2 Peck 1415A A/UNC with a few small verdigris spots on the obverse, Very Scarce and by far the rarer of the two types (our archive shows around twenty Obverse 1 coins to one Obverse 2 coin), Ex-Croydon Coin Auctions 12/1/2001, 1834 Reverse A with incuse line on saltire Peck 1470 A/UNC with a depression on the bust, Ex-Limbada, Ex-Farthing Specialist 21/12/1979, 1834 Reverse B with raised line on saltire Peck 1471 A/UNC with traces of lustre and some contact marks, Scarce, Ex-Colin Cooke 2/12/1992
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