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Sir Isaac Brook - 1/2 penny 1816

Sir Isaac Brook - 1/2 penny 1816

Description

In the opening phases of the War of 1812, Major General Sir Isaac Brock, commander of the British forces in Upper Canada, distinguished himself in his untiring efforts in the province's defence, culminating with a decisive victory over the U.S. forces at Detroit. Brock was killed on 13 October 1812 during an attack by invading U.S. forces at Queenston Heights on the Niagara frontier... Read more »

Text : Sir Isaac Brock the Hero Upp Canada. Success to Commerce & Peace to thw World 1816.

Sir Isaac Brook - 1/2 penny 1816 values and prices

Depending on its condition, its scarcity, supply and demand and errors and varieties, the value of a Sir Isaac Brook - 1/2 penny 1816 varies. Below, the details of the value of the coin according to its grade.

Sir Isaac Brook - 1/2 penny 1816 circulated tokens1

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Varieties AG-3 G-4 VG-8 F-12 VF-20 EF-40 AU-50
$6.00$12.00$18.00$25.00$50.00--

Grading

AG-3

AG-3 - Sir Isaac Brook - 1/2 penny 1816
AG-3 - Sir Isaac Brook - 1/2 penny 1816

VG-8

VG-8 - Sir Isaac Brook - 1/2 penny 1816
VG-8 - Sir Isaac Brook - 1/2 penny 1816

F-12

F-12 - Sir Isaac Brook - 1/2 penny 1816

Specifications

  • Issuing date : 1816
  • Denomination : 1/2 penny
  • Composition : Copper
  • Weight : 5 grams
  • Diameter : 27 mm
  • Edge : Oblique reeded
  • Breton # : 724
  • Charlton # : UC6A6
  • McLachlan # : 8

Notes

  1. The value of circulated tokens generally concerns coins with a certain wear due to the circulation. These coins rarely retain their original luster.
  2. The value of a uncirculated tokens generally concerns coins with little wear almost not visible with the eye. These coins generally retain their original luster.
  3. The values displayed on this page are in Canadian dollars.

Last update : Tuesday, February 19, 2013

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