Great Britain 1919-H penny
This specimen was lot 33153 in Heritage sale 3064 (Chicago, April 2018), where it sold for $1,200. The catalog description noted, "George V Penny 1919-H MS64 Red NGC, Heaton mint. A praiseworthy example with strong, satiny luster. This is currently the only "Red" example certified at NGC." The Heaton mint was not a branch mint but a private company that normally produced coinage on contract for various British colonies. During 1918-19, it pitched in and minted copper coinage for Great Britain.
Recorded mintage: 4,526,000 (including the King's Norton mint production).
Specification: 9.45 g, bronze, 30.8 mm diameter.
Catalog reference: KM 810.
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