1928-1968 Ireland Bronze Penny, Uncirculated


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Remember the old saying "see a penny pick it up, all day long you`ll have good luck?" Just imagine how much luckier you`ll be with an Irish penny. Struck at the Royal Mint in London from 1928-1968, large pennies were replaced by smaller pennies when Ireland switched to decimal coinage in 1971.

One the obverse is a Gaelic Harp, a symbol used on all Irish coinage in since Henry VIII, and on the reverse, a hen and chicks. The Gaelic words for Ireland and penny are on each piece. Your bronze penny makes a sophisticated lucky charm, hurry - order yours today before luck runs out!