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1660–1685 Charles II

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The enigmatic St Patrick's Halfpenny was used in Ireland, Isle of Man and New Jersey - this one was struck in gold Coin Worth, Old Coins, St Patrick, Pewter, Ireland, Irish, Gold, Image, Coins

O’Brien Coin Guide: The ‘Anonymous’ St Patrick’s Halfpennies

The enigmatic St Patrick's Halfpenny was used in Ireland, Isle of Man and New Jersey - this one was struck in gold

1680 Proof Halfpenny, in silver, large letters, edge grained Large Letters, One And Other, Rarity, Pocket, Personalized Items, Silver, Big Letters, Bag, Money

Proof Halfpenny, 1680, in silver, large letters, edge grained, 8.24g/12h (S 6574; DF 352; KM. 90.1a). A pocket piece; high points worn, otherwise good fine and toned, of the highest rarity, only one other, less fine, specimen believed known [Lockett 641, from a different reverse die]

1681 Charles II Regal coinage, Proof Halfpenny, in silver, small letters, edge grained Small Letters, Metals, Personalized Items, Paper, Silver, Lower Case Letters, Money

1681 Charles II (1649-1685), Regal coinage, Proof Halfpenny, 1681, in silver, small letters, edge grained

1681 Armstrong & Legge's Regal Coinage - 1681 Halfpenny of 12 Strings, Coins, Personalized Items, Rooms

1681 Armstrong & Legge's Regal Coinage - 1681 Halfpenny of 12 Strings, S.6574

1680 Armstrong & Legge's Regal Coinage - Large letters, Harp of 17 Strings, Large Letters, Harp, Personalized Items, Big Letters

1680 Armstrong & Legge's Regal Coinage - Large letters, Harp of 17 Strings, S.6574

1680 Proof Halfpenny, in silver, large letters, edge grained Large Letters, One And Other, Rarity, Pocket, Personalized Items, Silver, Big Letters, Bag, Money

1680 Proof Halfpenny, 1680, in silver, large letters, edge grained

1680 Armstrong & Legge's Regal Coinage - Large letters, Harp of 16 Strings Large Letters, Harp, Personalized Items, Big Letters

1680 Armstrong & Legge's Regal Coinage - Large letters, Harp of 16 Strings

Armstrong and Legge's Regal Coinage 1681 Halfpenny of 12 Strings, S.6574.   Laureate and draped bust rt. of Charles II, medium lettered legend around CAROLVSII   DEIGRATIA, with no pellets.   Rev. crowned harp of 12 strings divides date 16  81, medium lettered legend around  MAG.BR.FRA.ET.HIB.REX, with pellets in legends at mid level.   X well clear of first 1;  8 very close to harp;  a pronounced die spike from the stand of the T in ET to the outer right crossbar.  Extremely Fine Harp, Legends, Lettering, Medium, Drawing Letters, Medium Long Hairstyles, Brush Lettering

Armstrong and Legge's Regal Coinage 1681 Halfpenny of 12 Strings, S.6574. Laureate and draped bust rt. of Charles II, medium lettered legend around CAROLVSII DEIGRATIA, with no pellets. Rev. crowned harp of 12 strings divides date 16 81, medium lettered legend around MAG.BR.FRA.ET.HIB.REX, with pellets in legends at mid level. X well clear of first 1; 8 very close to harp; a pronounced die spike from the stand of the T in ET to the outer right crossbar. Extremely Fine

 Armstrong and Legge's Regal Coinage. Good Very Fine; flat from 9 to 12 and correspondingly on reverse Coins, Lettering, Flat, Brown, Bass, Rooms, Drawing Letters, Brown Colors, Dancing Girls

Charles II. 1645-1685. Armstrong and Legge's Regal Coinage. Halfpenny. 1680. Large lettering. S. 6574. Good Very Fine; brown patina; flat from 9 to 12 and correspondingly on reverse

 An example of the somewhat scarcer small-letters variety. Very attractive and natural surfaces with a few minor deposits Small Letters, Coins, Lettering, Personalized Items, Natural, Brown, Face, Rooms, Drawing Letters

Charles II Halfpenny 1682, KM91, S-6575, Armstrong & Legge issue, small lettering variety, XF45 Brown NGC. An example of the somewhat scarcer small-letters variety. Very attractive and natural surfaces with a few minor deposits

 Circulated but with an attractive deep dark brown patina. Just slightly off-centered on the reverse, but not lacking any of the design Dark Brown, Coins, Deep, Personalized Items, Design, Rooms

Charles II Halfpenny 1683, KM91, S-6575, XF40 Brown NGC. Circulated but with an attractive deep dark brown patina. Just slightly off-centered on the reverse, but not lacking any of the design

 This coin has a lovely dark green and brown patina. A little surface roughness on the reverse but no major faults Surface Roughness, Green And Brown, Coins, Dark, Rooms

Charles II Halfpenny 1681, KM90.1, S-6574, Armstrong & Legge issue, VF30 Brown NGC. This coin has a lovely dark green and brown patina. A little surface roughness on the reverse but no major faults

 A surprisingly nice example; superior to most others that have come on the market in recent years. No major defects Coins, Personalized Items, Nice, Brown, Rooms, Brown Colors, Nice France

Charles II Halfpenny 1681, KM90.1, S-6574, Armstrong & Legge issue, XF45 Brown NGC. A surprisingly nice example; superior to most others that have come on the market in recent years. No major defects

On this page, we will tell you all about the Hibernia Halfpenny Coin minted 1680 - Identifying Coins, Penny Coin, Coin Values, Coin Grading, Us Coins, Ireland, Told You So, Type, Brown

Charles II Halfpenny 1680, KM90.1, S-6574, Armstrong & Legge issue, pellets in legend variety, VF35 Brown NGC. Struck from worn, somewhat rusted dies, particularly the reverse, with some scratches on the obverse at 2:00. A scarce and interesting type

O’Brien Coin Guide: The ‘Anonymous’ St Patrick’s Halfpennies Coin Worth, Old Coins, Flan, 17th Century, St Patrick, Grains, Facial, Smooth, Type

O’Brien Coin Guide: The ‘Anonymous’ St Patrick’s Halfpennies

Mark Newby's St. Patrick Farthing, Silver AU53 NGC. Breen-210, W-11520, R.5. 87.1 grains. Softly lustrous, this lilac and gold-toned St. Patrick farthing, struck on a silver flan, is among the finest known examples of its type, showing only a trace of wear on its highest points. The surfaces are smooth and unmarked. The Newman example is remarkable for its preservation - clear view of the king's facial features + St Patrick's ghostly countenance

O’Brien Coin Guide: The ‘Anonymous’ St Patrick’s Halfpennies King David, Saint Patrick, Harp, Reptiles, Cathedral, Coins, Brown, San Patrick, Rooms

O’Brien Coin Guide: The ‘Anonymous’ St Patrick’s Halfpennies

Charles II. 1645-1685. Æ farthing. 5.30 gm. 25 mm. 'Saint Patrick's' coinage. King David playing harp, crown above / Saint Patrick with patriarchal cross driving away reptiles, cathedral to right. D&F 342. Breen 208. S. 6569. Good Fine; attractive light brown patina, minor roughness, flaw on crown and a few light scratches above King David on obverse.