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1913 Penny

George V


The 1913 Penny was the third piece in the series and was struck at the Royal Mint in London to a total mintage of 2,500,000. This typical mintage has helped to keep the piece reasonably affordable up to mint-state. In mint-state the type is substantially more expensive than the 1911 and 1912-H penny. The reverse features the simple W. H. J. Blakemore design and the obverse houses Sir. E. B. MacKennel's effigy of His Majesty King George V.

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