Mint Error - Mis-StrikeHalfpenny 1774 Contemporary Counterfeit on an oval-shaped flan, a spectacular double striking over approximately half the flan, the second strike around 8mm offset from the first, 7.85 grammes, Fine and very unusual
HalfpennyErrors (4) 1697 struck off centre causing a thicker rim below the date area VG, George III Contemporary Counterfeits (3) first with the date not visible a spectacular double strike each strike around 10mm apart About Fine, the second a reverse brockage Fair, the third 1775 with evidence of a double striking on the reverse the obverse with evidence of a second coin being struck over the left of the coin VG, all unusual
Mint Error - Mis-StrikeDecimalHalfpenny 1971 the reverse with a large arc-shaped 5mm blank area at the top of the coin covering the denomination and the top of the crown, causing a rim flattening and rough edge at the top of the reverse, BU with full lustre
Mint Error - Mis-Strikes Halfpenny George III Obverse and Reverse blank except for a rectangular countermark bearing the bust of George III, Near Fine, unusual, DecimalOne Pound with DECUS edge (not milled) and obverse and reverse blank, Fine, Penny 1967 struck on a thin flan weighing 5.7 grammes NVF with a regular issue (weighing 9.53 grammes) EF
Engraved & stamped coins/discs W.Davies on George III Halfpenny, silver disc "Presented to Mr Henry Walkelin Inland Revenue by a few friends as a mark of respect on his retiring from the service along with a silver snuff box Prestonpans May 1870. Brazil 400 Reis stamped "H.M.S.Ajax Battle of the Plate". Shrapnel from Graf Spre Dec. 13 1939. VF. (3).
Mint Errors Mis-Strikes Rhodesia and Nyasaland (4) Threepence 1956 with obverse lamination, Pennies (2) 1963 with central hole around 4mm misplaced, 1962 No central hole, Halfpenny 1964 with central hole around 2mm misplaced, Rhodesia (2) Five Cents 1976 struck 2mm off-centre, One Cent 1977 struck slightly off-centre EF-UNC
Mint Errors Mis-strikes (3) Australia Halfpenny 1960 the reverse having a large die cud across the FPE in HALFPENNY GVF, Philippine One Centavo 1940 reverse with a die cud over the VO of CENTAVO Fine, Egypt 1 Millieme AH1357 (1938) Struck in cupro-nickel weighing 5.46 grammes (Krause states 3.96 grammes for this issue VF, also Copper Token uniface with D DEC 9 and 2 in circle in three lines Fine
Mint ErrorMis-StrikeHalfpenny 177- Contemporary Counterfeit of crude style, a spectacular double strike with the two strikings 12mm apart, on a thin, irregularly shaped flan of just 4.74 grammes, VF, an extremely high grade for pieces of this type
Pub Checks Cornish Nags Head Inn Abingdon (2) Twopence and Threepence A/UNC, Unofficial farthing Token Edwin Cottrill St. Pauls Birmingham EF, Halfpenny Herts 90 Hatfield 1667 Thomas Serin VG with a ragged edge, Halfpenny 1672 Dublin Mic Wilson G, Halfpenny Norfolk 1811 Norwich Norfolk 24 NF, plus guinea weight Obverse G (crown) R Reverse 521 CW VF
Mint ErrorMis-StrikeHalfpenny George III contemporary counterfeit 1774 a spectacular double striking each striking around 14mm apart NVF, the date wiry with a j-shaped 1, struck on a slightly ovoid flan weighing 8.7 grammes
Countermarked (6) Twopence 1797 countermarked J.DILLECATE twice on each side VG. Halfpenny George III 1806-7 countermarked ROBINSON CUTLER OXFORD on the obverse Poor. Penny Victoria Bun Head Railway token countermarked 17 NORWICH LOCO WK on the reverse, countermark Fine, host coin Poor. Halfpenny George III 1806-7 with multiple countermarks including MARSDEN, WRIGHT and OATES countermarks about Fine host coin Poor. Countermarked Token 31mm diameter in brass uniface with 592 incuse Fair. Countermarked Token in Brass 25.5mm diameter uniface with G J F incuse and a larger Chinese? Character in a cartouche above. Plus Halfpenny 18th Century North Wales 1793 DH 1b NEF/GVF
Mint Errors (2) Mis-Strikes Halfpenny 1955 with a lamination to the left of the obverse resulting in a raised 'lip' on the rim, UNC, India Quarter Anna 1879 struck around 5% off-centre with around 2.5mm blank flan Fine
Mis-Strikes (8) Florin 1923 Reverse Brockage, Fine, Sixpence 1923 the reverse with a large striking cud covering the NCE of SIXPENCE VG, SilverThreepences (3) 1884 Reverse Brockage Fine, Victoria Young Head Obverse Brockage Fine, Victoria Young Head struck about 5% off-centre with worn date Good, Halfpenny 1694 struck about 5% off-centre Good, Farthings (2) George III Contemporary Counterfeit struck off-centre NVG, 1928 NEF with planchet clip
SilverThreepence Victoria Young Head Reverse inscribed with the Lord's Prayer Fine, Ireland Halfpenny Token Cronebane 1789 GVF, Seychelles One Rupee 1939 uniface Reverse only, Fine, Halfpenny Bell Brothers 19th Century uniface Good Fine, Threepence Sheffield and Heeley Omnibus 1852 oval in copper GVF, Austria 1904 Brass token 38mm diameter VF
Mis-StrikeHalfpenny 18th Century Middlesex Obverse Full face bust (as DH 961) reverse Royal Arms (as DH952) Edge PAYABLE AT LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL (as DH961) struck around 5% off-centre with around 3mm of blank flan, Fine and unusual
Novelty items (4) Ten Pence 1970 with an inverted impression of an English Shilling 1961 on the obverse Fine, Double tailed Shilling 1936 and 1962 English , two coins joined together Fine, GothicFlorin double Reverse two coins joined together NF, Halfpenny George V on a spread flan and with an impression of a George VI Coronation medallion imposed on either side, VG
A bronze flan of 31mm diameter with a 24.5mm piece cut from the centre with the obverse of a Victoria Halfpenny, the remaining piece showing the impression of both the obverse and the reverse Good Fine
Mis-Strikes (4) Halfpenny George III double struck on both sides the second strike about 25% of-centre VG with the date not visible, Decimals (3) Ten pence 1992 struck slightly off-centre, Five Pence 1968 with a broad rim and a small planchet clip, Two Pence 1971 on a thinner flan NVF, Florin 1900 a copy in base metal Fine
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