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I need a little help on what this coin is please,-ED
 

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VERMONTIS

VERMONTIS

Sr. Member
Mar 27, 2013
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905
Upstate NY
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whites PI 1000, whites xlt, whites v3i
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Not much to go on... Your pic is a little fuzzy.

I'm guessing William III half penny. If so, holy smokes that's an old one!

2028-original.jpg
The dip inward from the forehead to the nose different to me. Sorry the coin is in ruff shape.
 
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VERMONTIS

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To do any better we likely need the size (weight if possible) and a pic of the reverse side.

A William 1/2 penny is 28mm.
Compared to a largie
 

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VERMONTIS

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Mar 27, 2013
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Upstate NY
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whites PI 1000, whites xlt, whites v3i
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
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