The Great Britain Farthing of 1860 imaged below appears to be an interesting candidate for a new variety. All comments welcome. OBVERSE 'I' doubled at top left. ' 'R' doubled at top left, bottom left & bottom right. 1 1/2 stops after 'D'. 'R' doubled at top left, outside lower left of the upright & outside right of the upper loop. REVERSE '6' doubled at top right, '0' imbedded into inner circle. The '1' is imbedded into a strongly reworked inner circle. Note splitting of circle with one part extending into juncture of the upright and left foot of the '1'; the other part extending below the '1' through two denticles.