George V 1936 – 1911

 

1936 George V Farthing

1935 George V Farthing

1934 George V Farthing

1933 George V Farthing

1932 George V Farthing

1931 George V Farthing

1930 George V Farthing

1929 George V Farthing

1928 George V Farthing

1927 George V Farthing

1926 George V Farthing 

1925 George V Farthing

1924 George V Farthing

1923 George V Farthing

Slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (Unc)

1923 George V Farthing (Duplicate)

1922 George V Farthing

1921 George V Farthing

1920 George V Farthing

1919 George V Farthing 

1918 George V Farthing (Bright)

Slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (Unc)

1918 George V Farthing (Bright) (Duplicate)

During 1918 the practice of darkening farthings ceased as gold coins went out of use so that date is known both darkened (rare) and bright.

1918 George V Farthing (Darkened)

Starting in 1897 it became the practice of the Royal Mint to darken farthings artificially as they were possible to confuse with the half-sovereign if they had a full fresh bronze lustre. This practice ceased during 1918. A consequence is that it is occasionally possible to pick up almost uncirculated coins of this period at a price associated with a worn coin, as they look like other worn farthings at a casual glance.

1917 George V Farthing (Darkened)

1916 George V Farthing (Darkened)

1915 George V Farthing (Darkened) (BRIT_T gap)

Coin Wanted

1915 George V Farthing (Darkened) (gap)

Coin Wanted

1914 George V Farthing (Darkened) (BRITT Obv)

1914 George V Farthing (Darkened) (BRIT_T gap)

1913 George V Farthing (Darkened)

1912 George V Farthing (Darkened)

1911 George V Farthing (Darkened)