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English/British coin Farthing
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The British farthing (¼d) coin, from "fourthing," was a unit of currency of one quarter of a penny, or one nine hundred and sixtieth of a pound sterling. It was minted in bronze, and replaced the earlier copper farthings. It was used during the reign of six monarchs: Victoria, Edward VII, George V, Edward VIII, George VI and Elizabeth II, ceasing to be legal tender in 1960. It featured two different designs on its reverse during its one hundred years in circulation. From 1860 until 1936 the image of Britannia, and from 1937 onwards the image of a wren. Like all British coinage, it bore the portrait of the monarch on the obverse.
Before Decimal Day in 1971 there were two hundred and forty pence in one pound sterling. There were four farthings in a penny. Twelve pence made a shilling, and twenty shillings made a pound. Values less than a pound were usually written in terms of shillings and pence, e.g. three shillings and six pence (3/6), pronounced "three and six" or "three and sixpence". Values of less than a shilling were simply written in terms of pence, e.g. 8d, pronounced "eightpence". A price with a farthing in it would be written like this: (19/11¼), pronounced "nineteen and elevenpence farthing".
As of 2013 the purchasing power of a farthing in 1960 (at its demise) ranged between 2p and 6p (in 2013 GB Pound values).

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Farthing (British coin) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The British farthing (derived from the Anglo-Saxon feorthing, a fourthling or fourth part) was a ... For the farthings of earlier centuries, see Farthing (English coin).
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Values of Coins of the UK - Farthings
Condition Grades. The headings F, VF, EF and Unc refer to the condition grades of the coins. A guide to evaluating grades is found on my UK Coin Values Index ...
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Pictures of Coins of the UK - Farthings
Class 1a Farthing, London Mint Courtesy of Jean Elsen & Ses Fils S.A.. Edward I Farthing. Class 2 Farthing, London Mint Courtesy of Spink. Edward I Farthing.
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Farthing Coin | eBay
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Great Britain Farthing | eBay
1933 Copper Farthing Great Britain UK Coin AU. This is a ...
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Farthing Coin | eBay
1823 Great Britain 1 Farthing World Coin - UK - England. You Grade. The coin pictured is the one you will receive. Km# 677. Lot #CR0009. Condition; --.
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Great Britain Farthing, 1/2 Penny, and Penny (Geroge III) 1770 to 1807
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Farthing Value? - Ask.com
Farthing was a coin in England and later in the larger United Kingdom which was worth one quarter of a penny or 1/960th of a pound sterling. The value of ...
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Farthings - AH Baldwin & Sons Ltd. - Buy and Sell Rare Coins
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Farthing (British coin) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The British farthing (derived from the Anglo-Saxon feorthing, a fourthling or fourth part) was a ... For the farthings of earlier centuries, see Farthing (English coin).
Halfpenny (British pre-decimal coin) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The British halfpenny coin was worth 1/480th of a pound sterling. .... of this reign was EDWARDUS REX AN – Edward King of the English – or occasionally on earlier coins EDWARDUS ... The quality of silver in this final issue of halfpennies was so poor that the coin was often used as a farthing. ..... Oxford University Press.
British Copper Coinage: Introduction
For a listing of all denominations of both hammered and milled English coins .... As we have seen there was some use of British patent farthings and trade tokens ..... London Mint from AD 287 to 1948 Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ...
farthing: definition of farthing in Oxford dictionary (British & World ...
Definition of farthing in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. ... 1A former monetary unit and coin of the UK, withdrawn in 1961, equal to a quarter of an ...
farthing noun - definition in the British English Dictionary ...
farthing noun - definition, audio pronunciation, synonyms and more for ... a coin worth a quarter of a penny in old British money: See more in British English ...
Values of Coins of the UK - Farthings
Condition Grades. The headings F, VF, EF and Unc refer to the condition grades of the coins. A guide to evaluating grades is found on my UK Coin Values Index ...
Money and Denominations
In eighteenth century England, money was not decimalized as it is today. ... This page specifically outlines the severe coin shortage and Britain's ... 4 farthings.
Money - The University of Nottingham
Until 1971, British money was divided up into pounds, shillings and pence. One pound was ... One penny was divided into two halfpennies, or four farthings.
farthing - definition and meaning - Wordnik
farthing: A coin formerly used in Great Britain worth one fourth of a penny. ... Old words: modern English words that are old according to criteria that are still ...
Farthing - Merriam-Webster Online
far·thing. noun \ˈfär-thiŋ\. : a former British coin that had a value equal to 1/4 of a penny ... See farthing defined for English-language learners ». See farthing defined for ... Jerry Sweeney · University of Texas at Arlington. in the book "blood and ...
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Coin Collecting For Dummies
Coin Collecting For Dummies
Neil S. Berman, Ron Guth, 2011
The earliest Irish coins used in America were the copper St. Patrick farthings and halfpennies of the late 1600s (see ... Nevertheless, many British coins and tokens made their way to America, but they were usually lightweight or fake coppers.
The Statutes of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
The Statutes of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
Great Britain, 1826
Vn like Proclamation Irish Copper Coin shall be brought into the Bank of Ireland, and exchanged there for British Copper ... it is unavoidable that in the Payment of several of such Sums an inconsider- • able Loss of a Part of a Farthing must be ...
The Identification of British 20th Century Bronze Coin Varieties
The Identification of British 20th Century Bronze Coin Varieties
David J. Groom, 2009
1915. Farthing: Like the 1914 farthing, there are two major varieties of the 1915 farthing, which are identified in exactly the same way i.e. 1+A and 2+A. The only difference is in the rarity, where the 1+A type is considerably rarer than 2+A.
Guide to Vintage Coin Folders and Albums
Guide to Vintage Coin Folders and Albums
Thomas Moll, 2008
WHITMAN ALBUMS and FOLDERS – 9531 British farthings, 1902-1956 9532 British halfpennies, 1860-1901 9533 British halfpennies, 1902-1936 9534 British halfpennies, 1937- 9535 British pennies, 1860-1901 9536 British pennies, ...
The Statutes of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
The Statutes of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
1826
Penny Halfpenn , and not exceeding From 1% w uitted, paid an satisfied by the Payment of a Sum of the Copper Coinage of Great Britain, less by One N aga. Farthing than the expressed Amount of the Sum so payable in Irish Currency; and  ...
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English/British coin Farthing
Farthing (British coin) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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farthing: definition of farthing in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)
Definition of farthing in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
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1950 British Farthing Coin Keyring Key Chain Fob por BayTree4Gifts
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Understanding old British money - pounds, shillings and pence
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farthing noun - definition in the British English Dictionary & Thesaurus - Cambridge Dictionaries Online
farthing noun - definition, audio pronunciation, synonyms and more for farthing noun: a coin worth a quarter of a penny in old British money: See more in British English Dictionary - Cambridge Dictionaries Online
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What is a British Farthing coin
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British Museum - Silver farthing of Henry III, Short Cross coinage, made by the moneyer Terri
This coin is one of the first issue of round farthings - the quarter of a penny coin - in England. It was produced at a time when the English silver penny was, in contemporary European terms, a relatively large and high-value coin. At this time the backs of coins almost always had a cross design, and medieval English coins have often been classified into type based on the sort of cross used here, as in the case of the Short Cross coinage. Fractions of the penny were highly desirable for everyday
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British Museum - Cut farthing of Edward 'the Confessor'
The only coin that was circulated widely in early medieval England was the silver penny. Gold coins and larger silver coins were only struck very occasionally as religious offering pieces, and round halfpennies were only struck intermittently. The silver penny of the later Anglo-Saxon period was probably equivalent to £20 to £25 in modern terms. Although the economy was less heavily based on cash payments than today, there was a clear need in the eleventh and twelfth centuries for sm
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The Farthing's Last Day | History Today
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Farthing Value? - Ask.com
Farthing was a coin in England and later in the larger United Kingdom which was worth one quarter of a penny or 1/960th of a pound sterling. The value of farthing
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