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    May 2003
    Eastern Shore, Maryland
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    coin question

    I found a coin that looks like a Geogius, British Half Pence. The bust is facing right and it is a smaller bust than I have seen. What is puzzling is that the coin is about 30.25mm in diameter. I can't find anything like it. Can anyone help? I'll try to post pics when I can. Thanks.

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    Apr 2005
    Southeastern Ireland
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    Re: coin question

    Quote Originally Posted by jeric2
    I found a coin that looks like a Geogius, British Half Pence. The bust is facing right and it is a smaller bust than I have seen. What is puzzling is that the coin is about 30.25mm in diameter. I can't find anything like it. Can anyone help? I'll try to post pics when I can. Thanks.
    With all the coind ID sites you should be able to ID it on the internet. Post a pic with a close-up of any legend, (inscriprion) that may be left and legable.
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  3. #3

    May 2006
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    Re: coin question

    Here's an online forum that specializes in foreign & exotic coins. Send them your description and they will probably answer. I have done this many times with luck, Steve in so az

    http://www.forumancientcoins.com/board/index.php

 

 

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