1846 Pattern Silver 1 Cent by Marrian and Gausby

Item Reference: C189016305 Sold Share
Victoria (1837-1901), Smith’s Decimal Pattern One Centum, 1846, struck in silver, by Marrion and Gausby, Birmingham. Young head facing left, hair tied back with a double fillet, MARRIAN & GAUSBY.D.BIRM.…
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Description

Victoria (1837-1901), Smith’s Decimal Pattern One Centum, 1846, struck in silver, by Marrion and Gausby, Birmingham. Young head facing left, hair tied back with a double fillet, MARRIAN & GAUSBY.D.BIRM. below by the toothed border, raised rim both sides. Rev, legend reads SMITH ON DECIMAL CURRENCY, ONE / CENTUM struck in centre, date below, edge plain (P. p.479, Fr.823).

As struck, small bruise at 3 o clock on obverse, very rare.

Specification

Period 1837 - 1901
Date 1846
Coin Group

British

Denomination

Pennies

Coin Ruler

Victoria

Country

England

Coin House

House of Hanover

Metal

Silver

References (P. p.479, Fr.823)

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