|Edward VII Farthing
|EDWARD VII FARTHING
|Edward VII farthings were issued in an artificially toned darker state.
The farthing obverse design was by an engraving made by George
William de Saulles.
While the reverse contains the words "Farthing" above a seated
picture of Britannia with ship at sea to her left, sea line to her right
and date below (very similar to that of the "old head" Victorian
They were produced in every year from 1902 to 1910.
|Courtesy of Rob Pearce