George III, Halfpenny 1806/7 Fair

We have just bought a group of George III Halfpennies dated 1806 and 1807, the only two dates for which this type was struck. They are well circulated and therefore fairly worn but this is because there were no more copper coins struck for circulation until 1821 and these coins continued circulating well after that. These copper coins were struck at the Soho Mint in Birmingham using the newly invented steam presses invented by Matthew Boulton and James Watt. They have the laureate bust of George III on the obverse with the date below and Britannia seated on the reverse. We can offer them in Fair to suit your budget but we also have both dates available so if you order two then we can supply both dates for your collection.
Availability: In stock
SKU: CGD6505
£9.95
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