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Farthing Coins of Guernsey


The coins listed here were not called farthings, but rather the 2-Double piece. They are included here, though, because 8 Doubles was equal to a Penny, and 12 Pence equal to a Shilling, etc. Thus, though not named a farthing, these 2-Double coins may be considered the same as one.
O: Obverse | R: Reverse Click Images to View Coin Details
KM-44, (1858)
OThree lions passant to left in shield, plant above, leaves with one stem
GUERNESEY
RLegend in three lines across the field, H mint mark (for Heaton, Birmingham) below date
2 / DOUBLES / date H
KM-8, (1868-1911)
OThree lions passant to left in shield, plant above, leaves with three stems
GUERNESEY
RLegend in three lines across the field, H mint mark (for Heaton, Birmingham) below date
2 / DOUBLES / date H
KM-8a, (1885) (Bronzed Copper Proof)
OThree lions passant to left in shield, plant above, leaves with three stems
GUERNESEY
RLegend in three lines across the field, H mint mark (for Heaton, Birmingham) below date
2 / DOUBLES / date H
Image not available
KM-9, (1868)
OThree lions passant to left in shield, plant above, leaves with one stem
GUERNESEY
RLegend in three lines across the field, H mint mark (for Heaton, Birmingham) below date
2 / DOUBLES / date H
Image not available
KM-12, (1914-1929)
OThree lions passant to left in shield, plant above, leaves with one stem, lions more elongated
GUERNESEY
RLegend in three lines across the field, H mint mark (for Heaton, Birmingham) below date
2 / DOUBLES / date H

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