George V (1/4d) 1936 – 1911

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Diam: 20mm Weight 2.8g

Copper 95.5% Tin 3% Zinc 1.5%

1936 George V Farthing

1935 George V Farthing

1934 George V Farthing

1933 George V Farthing

1932 George V Farthing

1931 George V Farthing

1930 George V Farthing

1929 George V Farthing

1928 George V Farthing

1927 George V Farthing

1926 George V Farthing

1925 George V Farthing

1924 George V Farthing

1923 George V Farthing

Slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (Unc)

1923 George V Farthing (Duplicate)

1922 George V Farthing

1921 George V Farthing

1920 George V Farthing

1919 George V Farthing

1918 George V Farthing (Bright)

Slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (Unc)

1918 George V Farthing (Bright) (Duplicate)

During 1918 the practice of darkening farthings ceased as gold coins went out of use so that date is known both darkened (rare) and bright.

Starting in 1897 it became the practice of the Royal Mint to darken farthings artificially as they were possible to confuse with the half-sovereign if they had a full fresh bronze lustre. This practice ceased during 1918. A consequence is that it is occasionally possible to pick up almost uncirculated coins of this period at a price associated with a worn coin, as they look like other worn farthings at a casual glance.

1917 George V Farthing (Darkened)

1916 George V Farthing (Darkened)

1915 George V Farthing (Darkened) (BRIT_T gap)

1915 George V Farthing (Darkened) (gap)

1914 George V Farthing (Darkened) (BRITT Obv)

1914 George V Farthing (Darkened) (BRIT_T gap)

1913 George V Farthing (Darkened)

1912 George V Farthing (Darkened)

1911 George V Farthing (Darkened)

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