S3451, P579. William & Mary 1690 tin farthing. Rare. Ex Seaby's Bulletin July 1967, K2495 with contemporary ticket. Some tin pest, the plug intact and the date on the edge clear. Grade:...
S3453, P616. William & Mary 1694 copper farthing. A single year issue. Scarce. General wear with some pitting. Grade: aFine
S3662, P812. George I 1719 farthing with small obverse letters, obverse flaws and a small 9 in the date. Toned with wear to the high points. Grade: VF
S3722, P887. George II 1746 copper farthing. General even wear. Grade: nVF
S3775, P913. George III 1773 first issue copper farthing with obv.2. General wear. Grade: nFine
S3775, P913. 1773 obverse 2 farthing struck on a spread flan. The weight at 5.02g is slightly on the heavy side. Grade: VF
S3782, P1397. Second issue farthing with obverse 2. Toned with minimal wear to the high points. Grade: EF
S3848, P1466. William IV 1831 farthing. A decent grade coin, but some significant marks to both sides. Toned. Grade: nEF
S3848, P1471. William IV 1834 farthing with a raised line on the saltire. Scarce. General wear to both sides. Grade: nVF
S3950, P1559. Victoria 1840 copper farthing with inverted Vs for As in GRATIA. Struck from a worn obverse die with some original colour. Grade: aEF
S3951, P1593. 1843 half farthing with some wear to the obverse, the reverse better (as always?). Lightly toned and not unattractive. Grade: aEF/EF
S3951 P1597. Victoria 1851 Half Farthing. Light wear to the highest points, toned. Grade: EF+
S3950, P1583. Victoria 1856 copper 1/4d. Toned with little wear. Grade: EF
S3950, P-. 1858 copper farthing with small date, this not recorded by Peck. High grade with minimal friction, but appears to have been lightly cleaned in the past. Very rare...
S3958, F501, P1859. Victoria 1860 toothed border farthing with 5 berries in the wreath. Toned, the obverse particularly sharply struck. Grade: gEF
S3958, P1858, F499. 1860 toothed border farthing. The barest hint of any wear to both sides. Toned with lustre. Grade: gEF
S3958, F512, P1873. 1865 Bronze farthing. Light wear, toned. Grade: VF+
S3958, F536, P1896. 1878 farthing with light friction to the high points. Toned. Grade: nEF
S3958, F555, P1911. 1885 farthing with residual lustre. Grade: Uncirculated
S3958, F559, P1915. Victoria 1887 1/4d. A little friction to the high points. Grade: EF
S3958, F562, P1917. 1890 farthing with virtually full lustre, subdued, more so on the reverse. Grade: Uncirculated
S3958, F564, P1919. 1891 farthing with much subdued lustre, more so on the reverse. Grade: Uncirculated
S3958, F569, P1924. 1894 farthing with subdued lustre and the barest hint of cabinet friction to one laurel leaf. Grade: gEF/UNC
S3963, F571, P1958. Victoria 1895 veiled head bronze farthing. Most lustre, slightly spotty but not as obvious in the hand. Grade: Unc
S3958, F570, P1925. 1895 young head farthing with speckled lustre and only a light trace of wear. Somewhat weakly struck but attractive nonetheless. Scarce. Grade: gEF
S3961, F577. Victoria 1899 veiled head farthing, mint toned. A slight loss of toning to the high points of the reverse. Grade: Uncirculated.
S3964, F577. Victoria 1899 veiled head farthing with bright finish, i.e it missed the mint toning process. Scarce thus. Light wear to the high points. Lustre traces. Grade: EF
S4059, F595. George V 1916 farthing, mint toned. Slight loss of toning to both side. Grade: EF+
S4060, F598, P2331. 1919 farthing, toned with a bare hint of friction. Grade: EF
S4061, F607. George V modified effigy 1927 bronze farthing. Slightly sudbued lustre. Grade: gEF/Unc
S4061, F613. George V modified effigy 1930 bronze farthing. A few tiny spots, otherwise full lustre. Grade: Uncirculated
S4061, F621. George V modified effigy 1934 bronze farthing. Small spots to the reverse, otherwise full lustre. Grade: Uncirculated.
George VI 1946 year set in a plastic/card presentation pack, probably dating from the 1960s. Halfcrown to farthing. The 3d scarce. toned with varying degrees of wear. Grade: Fine to...
S4119, F657, P2486. 1951 farthing, proof from the set. Toned, more so to the reverse. Grade: Uncirculated
S4119, F658. George VI second issue 1952 bronze farthing. Full lustre. Grade: Uncirculated
S4156, F661 (1+B), P2521. 1953 farthing with slightly subdued lustre. Scarce. Grade: Uncirculated
S4159, F669. Elizabeth II 1956 farthing. The last year of issue for this denomination. Most lustre with a small amount of toning. Grade: Unc
Richmond 1c (Everson type 2) im. Large lis. P180 Everson 91. Struck on a full flan with good detail, particularly to the obverse. Weight 0.48g. ex-Johnstone and Cooke. Comes with...
S3198A, Everson C80, P234. Maltravers type 2 counterfeit copper farthing. im. Bell. P234. Good detail but the lettering of differing sizes. A full flan with a small striking split at...
S3183, Everson type 60b, P134. Copper farthing, im. Lombardic A. A full flan with slight weakness. Weight 0.42g. ex-Shuttlewood & Cooke. Grade: VF+
S3183, Everson 62, P136. Everson type 2 copper farthing, im. Annulet. A full flan but slightly creased and with reverse flaws (noted by Everson as normal for this type. Weight...
S3183, Everson 71d, P150. Everson type 2 copper farthing, im. Cross patee. A slightly ragged flan with good detail. Weight 0.30g. ex-Shuttlewood and Cooke. Grade: VF/gVF
S3183, Everson 63, P138. Everson type 2 copper farthing, im. Pellet in Annulet. Struck slightly off centre with some pitting. Weight 0.38g. ex-Shuttlewood & Cooke. Scarce. Grade: VF
S3183, Everson 101, P191. Everson type 2 copper farthing, im. Tower. A small rim bruise and slightly water-worn, otherwise OK. Weight 0.34g. ex-Cooke. Grade: nVF
Everson 105a, P195. Everson type 3/2 mule copper farthing, im. Crescent. Struck slightly off centre, the dies used are notably ovoid with the design height being 17mm whilst the width...
S3183, Everson 88b, P169. Everson type 2 copper farthing, im. Key (vert). Slightly crinkled with the usual messy mark. Weight 0.39g. Very Scarce. Grade: Fine
S3205, Everson 188, P338. Everson type 4a/4b copper farthing, im. Crescent. Reasonable detail, slightly flawed and with a slight chip on the edge. Weight 0.79g. Grade: VF
S3206, Everson 203, P343. Everson 4b copper farthing, im. Crescent/Mullet. Good detail on a heavier than normal flan. Weight 1.10g. Possibly a counterfeit, though of good quality if so. Grade:...