Type Set of Bronze Farthings, VG or better

Set of 6 different types of the bronze farthing from Victoria to Elizabeth II
Availability: In stock
SKU: UFTY
£19.50

The Bronze Farthing was first issued in the reign of Queen Victoria (1860) and last issued in the reign of Elizabeth II (1956). We have put together type collections of the coins issued from the start to the finish. There is no case for these as that would add substantially to the price and many collectors don’t want one.
You get Queen Victoria Young Head, Queen Victoria Old Head, Edward VII, George V, George VI and Elizabeth II. All coins are struck in bronze and in most cases were the smallest denominations struck for use in this country. The coins will be in Very Good or better condition, the newer the coin the better condition it will be in.
A wonderful collection of a coin that everyone loves and now are very difficult to come by.

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