Jersey

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Coins For Sale

Brief History:

The Balliwick of Jersey is a British Crown dependency and has been since 1206.

Whilst its pre-decimal coinage has generally followed the British system in terms of denomination value (although they did have 13 pence to the shilling originally), they were identified in a very unusual manner. Each coin is generally identified as a fraction of a shilling.

This resulted in the following coins being classed as fractional farthings for my webiste purposes due to the fact that the 1/48th and 1/52nd of a shilling coins were the equivalent of a 1/4 of a penny (farthing).

Number of Dates to Collect:

2

Number of Varieties to Collect:

4

Tougher Dates (Hardest First):

1841 & 1877

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