William IIII (26.6.1830-20.6.1837)
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Farthings were current from 13th April 1831. A popular series for collectors as there are only five different dates to collect.
Note on 1835 and 1834:
For 1835 and 1834 there are two reverses:
Reverse A: Centre lines on St Andrew's cross on the shield, are incuse.
Reverse B: Centre lines are raised.
1835 A and 1834 B are the rarer ones.
|1835||Reverse B (Normal). Fine||£2.50|
|1834||Reverse B (Rare). BU Almost Full Lustre/Unc good lustre. Extremely rare in this grade.
(The best specimen in stock since List 39 over 4 years ago)
Note on 1831:
All 1831 ¼ds, including proofs, have a small gap in the bottom of the 3 of the date.
|1831||Bronzed Proof. Reverse Upright. BMC 1467. FDC, extremely rare. (Peck recorded only two specimens outside the British Museum.)||Sold|