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£7.90 the 2

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Brabant, one liard c1600's

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Hungarian Denar or Obole of Maria 1382-1385

£2.24

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1648 riga solidus

£3.47 the lot

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tudor penny, unknown monarch.

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Edward I penny, possibly bristol

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no idea

£3.70

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well. not £3.70 alone, it was part of a bulk buy, interestingly there could be a 1923/2 belgian franc in here

£2.50

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1843 half farthing, not bought a half farthing for a long while

£2.00

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1799 farthing with good detal.

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£1.99

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that price, i have been after an example of thse iron kopecks for ages, the price has always been an issue, seems this one slipped under the radar, this is the 3 kopeck

£5.20

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hard to tell exactly what this is due to clipping,however from what detail there is it is possibly a 3 pence from the 1570's (rose behind elizabeth is what that blob could possibly be this was on 3 pences)

£2.79

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my first half dime, the 53 on the date is quite a weak strike so i angled the photo it has some toning but it isnt this dark

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Those iron pieces (the German occupation Kopeks in 1, 2 and 3 Kopek denominations) are definitely interesting. They were once listed for dirt cheap but even then I knew to jump on a set of three unc/no rust pieces for 40 bucks a piece one time when I got first crack at a dealer's new stock. I still have one of them, the 3 kopeks (I use it in my "Russian Coins Of Conquest" exhibit). Anyhow an hour later I walked by that dealer's table again, and he said someone had already come by looking for those coins, so I was very fortunate.

 

(Edit--clarified which iron pieces I was babbling about)

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couple more.

£39.08

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Henry III long cross penny, no sceptre class 3B penny, monyer henri of london - IF this is correct it is 1248-50

£5.70

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although i do like this one a lot too, just has good honest wear and toning anywho

edward I penny - york (SE1408?)

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