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    1723 Hibernia Farthing Pattern, SP64
    Struck in Silver, W-12500

    1723 FARTH Hibernia Pattern Farthing, Silver SP64 PCGS. M. 3.2-Bc.10, W-12500, R.5. The king's nose points between IA in GRATIA on this variety, one of three known for the 1723 silver Hibernia farthing patterns. This piece almost certainly derives from the small cache that turned up in Europe in the 1970s. Gold and gunmetal toning appears mottled over silvery surfaces. Strike definition is razor-sharp on this Choice specimen. Listed on page 46 of the 2020 Guide Book. Population: 10 in 64 (2 in 64+), 5 finer (10/19).

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2AT7, PCGS# 179)


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    December, 2019
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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