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    Posted: 15 May 2011 at 12:02pm
could someone estimate these for me please?

1874 Queen Victoria three pence piece (small one)
1906 QE2 One Penny
and 1941 Threepence this one (http://www.etsy.com/listing/9201490/antique-coin-ring-dated-1941-english) but without the ring.
and a 1904 farthing Edward 7th.

Much Appreciated.

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Without seeing the condition of any of the coins I can only give a rough estimate.

The 1874 threepenny UNC about $150/£100, VF about $18/£12.

The 1906 QEII penny???

A 1941 silver threepenny would bring around $35/£23 in UNC condition, any other condition is bullion value.

1904 farthing UNC $40/£26, XF $4/£2.50

I can't guess for penny because QEII would be after 1953 so try this. 

http://www.squidoo.com/british-pennies1

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