[SOLVED] Coin ID #2
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  1. #1

    Jan 2020
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    Coin ID #2

    Does anyone recognize these coins?
    I'm sorry if they are a little blurry. They look clear on my phone but when I send they lose resolution.
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  2. #2
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    Top four are George III of England. The first one is a Hibernia. 5th is Napoleon III of France. Sixth is George VI of England. Last one I can't tell. Sometimes the British ones are contemporary counterfeits.

  3. #3

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    Thanks Smokey.

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    lu
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeythecat View Post
    Top four are George III of England. The first one is a Hibernia. 5th is Napoleon III of France. Sixth is George VI of England. Last one I can't tell. Sometimes the British ones are contemporary counterfeits.
    Small correction, the sixth is Edward the 7th of England, not George the 6th
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  5. #5

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    Found the last one. It's a "To Faciltate Trade" British colony token
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    I suppose I need new glasses...
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    Hi - the top left is actually a Charles II issued for Ireland

    Charles II Halfpenny of 1681

    and the top right is classified as a Canadian Blacksmith token but it is a variety that is still being debated. It is a Wood 33 / Blacksmith 37.

    See here- 2nd coin

    https://coins.nd.edu/ColCoin/ColCoin...cksmith.2.html

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    Hogtown Hunter,

    Looks like you had a very productive hunt. You found some really nice coins/tokens. Good luck with your hunts. Walt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bramblefind View Post
    Hi - the top left is actually a Charles II issued for Ireland

    Charles II Halfpenny of 1681

    and the top right is classified as a Canadian Blacksmith token but it is a variety that is still being debated. It is a Wood 33 / Blacksmith 37.

    See here- 2nd coin

    https://coins.nd.edu/ColCoin/ColCoin...cksmith.2.html
    That looks like the coins. Good eye. Thank you. The Charles II would be the oldest coin in my collection. It's a dandy

  10. #10

    Jan 2020
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    Quote Originally Posted by WG2020 View Post
    Hogtown Hunter,

    Looks like you had a very productive hunt. You found some really nice coins/tokens. Good luck with your hunts. Walt
    Actually the coins were part of a collection my father had. He was given these coins many years ago. I've been detecting about two years now. The oldest coin I've found is a 1919 wheat. I would give my first born to be able to hunt and find coins this old.
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