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A Silver, voided-cross Penny or rather, two halves of completely different grades?

 

Penny my ass

 

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Can someone explain to me why this forum's URL link function doesn't work or at least doesn't work most of the time I use it?

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Henry-III-Medieval-P...1QQcmdZViewItem

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It technically is a penny, I could go to the shops today with 2 £1 coins and that would be £2. Although the coin is not the same penny it would have been worth a penny in Henry's time.

 

But I see your point, not worth more than 50p in my opinion as there's nothing rare there!

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It technically is a penny, I could go to the shops today with 2 £1 coins and that would be £2. Although the coin is not the same penny it would have been worth a penny in Henry's time.

 

But I see your point, not worth more than 50p in my opinion as there's nothing rare there!

 

I agree it makes a Penny, however technically if you walked into a shop and paid two pounds for something in two one pound coins you'd be saying that you've paid for that with a two pound coin.

 

:ninja: - something is wrong with that picture to me..

 

Thanks for pointing out it's actually two different mints..

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