1928-1968 Ireland Bronze Penny
Grade:Circulated (SKU: A359)
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.
On the obverse is a Gaelic Harp, a symbol used on all Irish coinage 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 and order yours today before luck runs out!
- Product Type: Single Products
- Countries: Ireland
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