1968 mama chicken and baby chicks coin.

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  1. Shrews1994

    Shrews1994 KIND OF A BIG DEAL.

    Need help too Identify this. 1d is a dollar coin I believe. I can't figure out how to find this to identify it. CM181213-163708001.jpg CM181213-163731002.jpg CM181213-163741003.jpg
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  3. NPCoin

    NPCoin Resident Imbecile

    Lucky you! I've never had a hen & chicks Irish penny before. They also have a whole farm if you want to collect them:

    Farthing: Woodcock
    1/2 Penny: Sow & piglets
    Penny: Hen & chicks
    3 Pence: Blue hare
    6 Pence: Irish Wolfhound
    Shilling: Bull
    Florin: Salmon
    1/2 Crown: Irish Hunter (horse)

    I should clarify for you. On the Great Britain and Ireland pre-decimal coinage, the d stands for penny/pence. Thus:

    1d == penny
    3d == 3 pence
    6d == 6 pence
  4. 1916D10C

    1916D10C Key Date Mercs are Life! 1916-D/1921-D/1921

    It's from Ireland, it's an Irish Eire coin.
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  6. Mike185

    Mike185 Active Member

    What’s the contents of that coin?? Is it clad and nickel
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    paddyman98 No Common Cents! Supporter

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  8. Mike185

    Mike185 Active Member

    Wow 9.45g. That’s almost 2 war nickels!! Heavy coin! Lol
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  9. alurid

    alurid Well-Known Member

    Sow and piglets.
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  10. daveydempsey

    daveydempsey Well-Known Member

    The Irish Penny dated 1942 and 1968 also have a variety to look out for, its called the Chickless Penny.

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  11. cwart

    cwart Senior Member

    Making me wish I had a picture of mine on the new computer... :) Definitely on of my favorite coin designs.
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