George II, Farthing (Young Head) VG

King George II ruled from 1727 until 1760. During that time they issued two different busts of the King. They are known as the Young Head bust, offered here, and the Old Head bust, but don’t tell the King that. The smallest denomination issued for this Monarch was the Farthing, 4 farthings to the penny and 240 pennies to the Pound. These coins are almost 300 years old and are in Very Good condition, being the smallest denomination they saw considerable circulation and usage. Dates will be of our choice, but the more you order the more different dates we will try and give you.
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SKU: CGC5042
£29.50
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