Edward VII Farthing 1909

During the reign of King Edward VII the smallest coin that was reguarly struck for circulation was the bronze Farthing. Many of the dates are difficult to get including this 1909 example in Fine condition. A British coin over 100 years old and in Fine, but supplies are very limited.
Availability: In stock
SKU: UFA09
£4.95
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