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, P892. George II 1754 farthing. The last year of issue. Some wear to the laurel and other high points. Grade: VF+
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
S3950, P1569. Victoria 1848 copper farthing. Scarce. Residual peripheral lustre with light friction to the high points. Grade: aEF
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
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, F509, P1867. Victoria 1863 farthing, the key date for the young head. Rare. Friction to the higher points. Grade: VF
S3958, F512, P1873. 1865 Bronze farthing. Light wear, toned. Grade: VF+
S3959, F532, P1892. Victoria 1875H bronze farthing with a partially blocked E of REG. Toned with light friction Grade: aEF
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, F566, P1921. Victoria 1892 bronze farthing. Scarce date. Toned. Grade: UNC
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
S3963, F572, P1959. Victoria 1896 bronze farthing. Minor spotting, the obverse field brilliant. Grade: UNC
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+
S4059, F596, P2329. George V 1917 1st issue farthing with mint toning. A hint of friction. Grade: gEF
S4060, F598, P2331. George V 1919 bronze farthing with bright finish. A trace of friction. Grade: gEF
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.
S4116, F629, P2457. George VI 1937 proof farthing from the set. Mostly toned Grade: Unc
S4116, F644, P2473. George VI 1946 bronze farthing. Subdued original colour. Grade: Unc
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, F654, P2483. George VI 1950 2nd issue bronze farthing. Full lustre. Grade: Unc
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
S3206. Charles I Rose farthing, mm. Crescent, weight 1.10g. Slightly irregular with general wear. Grade: aVF
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...