||James II tin Farthing 1685, KM447, S-3420, MS60 NGC. As is common with this tin-alloyed series, there is evidence of corrosion on the edges of the coin, as well as an oval-shaped corrosive mark on the obverse. However, it is still superior to most examples, retaining much of the original color, especially around the devices. Purchased from A. H. Baldwin & Sons in 1956. Ex: ?Colonel? E.H.R. Green; Green Estate? Partnership of Eric P Newman / B.G. Johnson.
Realized $1,821.25. Description courtesy of Heritage Auctions.