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While decorating our 1930's house I found a half penny...

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What's it worth? cheers. NB: it's dated 1974 if that adds any value. Read More
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banned7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
What's it worth? cheers.

NB: it's dated 1974 if that adds any value.
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banned7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
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banned#1
worth half a pence
banned#2
jubbyme
worth half a pence


no way, one sold for 71p on ebay! expiring. It can go towards my future child's university fees.

item number 310212124106
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lumoruk
no way, one sold for 71p on ebay! expiring.

item number 310212124106


well 1p and 70p postage...
so i was only 100 percent out
banned#4
jubbyme
well 1p and 70p postage...
so i was only 100 percent out


repped
banned#5
jubbyme
well 1p and 70p postage...
so i was only 100 percent out


LOL
#6
When I took out the skirting boards in the living room at my Mothers house I found a silver crown coin think it was from around the 1890s took it to a collector & was worth approximately £90 :) no idea where the coin come from though as the house wasn't built until the 1940s :thinking:
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livingthelife07
When I took out the skirting boards in the living room at my Mothers house I found a silver crown coin think it was from around the 1890s took it to a collector & was worth approximately £90 :) no idea where the coin come from though as the house wasn't built until the 1940s :thinking:


I believe it was a tradition that when someone moved into a house, visitors would push coins under the skirting or between the skirting and carpet 'for luck'. I remember people doing this at my parents house just after we moved in.

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