Twopence (Half Groat)

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Edward III, Half Groat London Very Good/Fine_obv

Edward III, Half Groat London Very Good/Fine

Pre-Treaty, mm Cross I, Very Good / Fine
£175.00
Henry VIII, Penny (Canterbury) Fine-Very Fine_obv

Edward VI, Halfgroat (Coinage in the name Henry VIII) Very Fine

3rd coinage, Fine-Very Fine with nice portrait
£225.00
George III, Twopence (Cartwheel) 1797 Very Fine_obv

George III, Twopence (Cartwheel) 1797 Very Fine

In 1797 the Royal Mint decided to strike some new copper coins on the new steam presses. So, under King George III, they issued copper pennies and for the first time ever a copper two pence. It was so big it weighed 2 ounces of copper and became known as the Cartwheel Twopence. The public hated it because it was so big and heavy and it was only ever issued in that one the year 1797. This largest-ever bronze coin usually comes in well-used condition with lots of heavy edge nicks, as pure copper nicks easily. We have been putting away better quality coins for the past two years and here they are. The coins are in Very Fine condition with a minimum number of small edge nicks. These are truly superior coins and we are offering them at the same price that some coin dealers are charging for inferior examples.
£175.00
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