Quarter Farthing 1839 to 1868 - British Coins price guide and values - Coins and United Kingdom

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Quarter Farthing - 1839 to 1868 - Price Guide

While quarter farthings were never legal tender in the United Kingdom, they are fractions of the British farthing, which was currency in Ceylon, and traditionally have been catalogued as British coinage. William Wyon designed the reverse to feature a royal crown above the words QUARTER FARTHING and the date. The mint produced bronze proofs in 1868.

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Variety VG-8 F-12 VF-20 EF-40 AU-50 AU-55
1839 --$33.20$56.30$91.00$108
1851 --$30.80$53.90$88.60$106
1852 --$30.80$53.90$87.40$104
1853 --$35.60$65.20$107$127
1868 ------
1868 - Cupro-Nickel ------
Variety MS-60 MS-62 MS-63 MS-64 MS-65 MS-66 MS-67
1839 $126$230$253$276$398--
1851 $123$203$335----
1852 $121$171$179----
1853 $148$263$358--$644-
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1868 - Cupro-Nickel -------
Variety PR-60 PR-62 PR-63 PR-64 PR-65 PR-66 PR-67
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Proof (PR): Planchets of these coins (not intended for circulation) were polished before struck (usually struck twice for higher quality). The field of Proof coins wear a cameo aspect.

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