William IV, Farthing (Copper) Very Fine

The reign of King William IV was rather short 1830-1837. The smallest coin that was regularly issued for circulation was the copper Farthing and that was only made in 1831, 1834, 1835, 1836 and 1837. Because it was the smallest denomination it was used every day and the examples you usually see are in well worn condition. This little group is rather outstanding in that all the coins are in Very Fine condition, much better than they usually come. Dates will be of our choice, but the coins are in Very Fine condition a nice collectors grade. They are coming on to being almost 200 years old and come from a very short reign. Nice copper coins and well above average condition.
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