Farthing ? and cut Quarter

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Dave The Slave
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Found by my detecting friend yesterday, is the slimmest sliver of a coin i have ever seen, not being a finder of Hammereds myself.
12mm diameter and 6 grains for what we ( well i`ve been shown ) is a Farthing.
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Then comes a Quarter of something, not Ham although it is a Hammered..
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Any info appreciated .
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9b London farthing & a long x farthing.

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Thanks Tony, appreciate that. :clapping:
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The quarter looks like a Henry III class 1 penny.
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Think you need to follow your detecting partner round and steal their machine for a bit. Love the round farthings :thumbsup:
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