New PDF release: Collectors' Coins Great Britain 2008 (With Free Coin)

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Obv 2 £2 £4/£6 1953* 2491 40,000 Proofs £4/£6 1954 2492 41,720,000 £1 £6/£7 1955 2494 41,075,200 £1 £6/£7 1956 2496 36,801,600 £2 £7/£8 1957 2498 24,294,400 £2 £6/£7 Elizabeth II Brass 1960 Threepence 1958 2500 20,504,000 £2 £8/£10 1959 2501A 28,499,200 £1 £5/£6 1960 2501C 83,078,400 £2/£4 *1953 Threepences have 2 distict 1961 2501E 41,102,400 £2/£3 levels of definition to the Queen’s head. 1962 2501G 51,545,600 £1/£2 The poorly defined Obv 1 type is ex the 1953 specimen set. The sharper Obv 2 is the 1963 2501I 35,280,000 £1/£2 normal issue, a similar sharper die was also 1964 ND** 44,867,200 £1/£2 used for the 1953 proofs.

Elizabeth II 1964 Penny C O L L E C T O R S ’ C O I N S G R E AT B R I TA I N 2 0 0 8 39 THREE HALFPENCES Three Halfpences or One and a Half pence These tiny coins were issued for use in some colonies, and were never legal tender in the UK. They are included here because, like the fractional farthings, they are at the very least relatives of the normal British Coinage, and they do bear the latin word ‘Brittanniar’ (Britain). I wonder how many of these tiddlers ended up down the back of sofas, never again to see the light of day.

Fine: £1100. GEF £2900 tooth obv/bead rev. Fine: £700. EF w/lustre £2700 signature below shield £9 £70 £140/£200 signature below foot £60 £600 £1000/ signature below shield £15 £70 £180/£250 N of ONE over sideways N £200+ £1000/ struck on heavy flan £250 signature below shield £20 £100 £200/ no signature 15 leaves £50 £250 £600/ no signature 16 leaves £50 £250 £600/ ONF PENNY variety: damaged ‘E’: £12 £45 £175 £375/ ND Michael Gouby ‘1860T’ (see bibliography) Fine: £200 ND E over P in PENNY. Fine: £950.

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