George IV Halfpenny, Fine

They were struck in Copper for only three years (1825-1827) which explains why they are missing from many collections. They were popular coins for everyday trading, as such they saw a lot of use until the Copper coins were taken out of circulation in the 1860s. It’s been almost 12 years since we were able to offer these wonderful halfpennies of George IV, and it’s the first time we’ve accumulated enough numbers to offer them in Fine, but get in there quickly, stocks are limited.
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