1740-1790 Counterfeit Colonial Penny/Halfpenny VG Details

1740-1790 Counterfeit Colonial Penny/Halfpenny VG Details

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These counterfeit Halfpenny coins were struck in the 18th century. These coins were minted in the likeness of George II and George III and carry varying dates and legends and exhibit corrosion.

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  • These counterfeits were coinage of necessity and were struck by blacksmiths, bankers and private English citizens and revolutionary Americans.
  • Composition: Varies depending upon where the Copper came from be it cannons, barrels or household fittings.
  • These coins where struck in England for export as well as by Americans themselves in the colonies.
  • Blacksmith Coppers as well as Machins Mills types.
  • Obverse: Bust of King George facing right.
  • Reverse: Depicts Britannia seated with a shield
  • Grade: Good/Fine.

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