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How Far Back Can We Go? Sixth Edition!

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1824/1 Capped Bust half dollar, O-110, weak strike



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1824 O-103 and O-112 Bust Halves




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A very nice 1824-dated medalet from Germany.
One of my favorites, and good provenance

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Forgive the out-of-sequence but I forgot to post this yesterday -- Princetane won't mind, I don't think!

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Not at all - its a half crown, but I don't think I am the one to be apologising too - I think its all fun anyway. The first page said ideally one coin per member per day, but by the 1950s everyone was doing multiple coins a day and getting out of sequence including myself.

One halfcrown enjoys another. We are now in 1823, so you are 2 years out. So much the halfcrown of 1823 looks completely different.

George IV in full flesh and an even more bombastic obverse!





This is a Type 2 George IV halfcrown, only issued in 1823 and 1824 (Less common) and 1825 (Rare this type). 1823 also saw Type 1's issued, but these are mega rare.

This coin is cleaned but grades between Fine and goodFine, I got into a bidding war when buying it and probably paid more than I needed to ($120) - but passions are passions and I like it.
Loving Halfcrowns. British and Commonwealth coins 1750 - 1950 and anything Kiwi.
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Princetane - a very nice 1823 halfcrown! Much better than mine!

The only British coins I have dated 1823 are the farthing and a worn halfcrown!

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Thanks, its actually quite worn in parts, but I put it down to weak strike.
I like your farthing, incredibly I need to find them, my collection of KGIV outside halfcrowns is severely lacking.

No coins for me from 1822, but do have 1821 and 1820 at least.
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1823 -- United Kingdom, 2 pence:



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1823 -- United States, 10 cents:





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1823/2 Large Cent, Newcomb N-1




1823/2 Capped Bust Dime, JR-3, Large "E"s

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From Russia, an 1822 20 kopecks...

... and, from the UK, an 1822 copper farthing...

... and an 1822 silver crown:
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All of those coins - wow

That crown

It is sad in just 6 years we can kiss goodbye to the magnificient late Georgian silver coins of the UK until about mid October (My 1750 Halfcrown will be shown on October 17 or 18th!)

We are approaching in on the 200 years ago mark in 308 pages.
Loving Halfcrowns. British and Commonwealth coins 1750 - 1950 and anything Kiwi.
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