Victoria, Bronze Farthing Very Fine, (1860-1895)

These Farthings hail from the reign of Queen Victoria (1860-1895). These are the Young Head Farthings, struck in Bronze rather than copper. Those on offer here are in Very Fine condition. Dates are as they come out of the bag, but we will try and give you different dates where ever possible. Nice coins and becoming very difficult to find as time goes on.
Availability: In stock
SKU: SGM231-6876
£8.95
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