Where is the mint mark on an English Halfpenny?
If a British Halfpenny has a Mintmark at all, it will be a small "H" on the reverse, near the year, indicating that is was struck by Ralph Heaton & Sons, Birmingham. All British decimal Halfpennies were minted at the Royal Mint Llantrisant, South Wales. Prior to that, the Royal Mint at Tower Hill produced most British Halfpennies from about 1810.
A 1943 Australian Halfpenny minted in Bombay will have a small "I" under King George's head on the obverse. This mark only applies to 1942 and 1943 Halfpennies and Pennies. A 1943 Australian Halfpenny minted in Perth will have a "." after the "Y" in HALF PENNY (Y.) on the reverse. This is a "Pattern" coin and none will have been released into circulation. A 1943 Australian Halfpenny minted in Melbourne or Sydney will have…
A mint mark tells where the coin was minted, for example, a P mint mark (or in some cases no mint mark) signifies the coin was minted in Philadelphia, D is for Denver, S is for San Fransisco. I'm assuming someone told you that the mint mark was under the eagle for whatever coin you had, so you simply need to look under the eagle to find a mint mark. Keep in mind that some…
sammler.com, a major German collectibles site, lists the following values for an 1881 1 rm piece in average circulated condition: "A" mint mark: $2.50 "D" mint mark: $3.25 "E" mint mark: $6.50 "F" mint mark: $5.00 "G" mint mark: $26.00 "H" mint mark: $21.00 "J" mint mark: $8.00 Prices for coins with only slight wear are about 2.5 to 3.5 times higher.
The mint mark of the Denver Mint (shown as a "D") and the San Francisco Mint (shown as "S) on the Eisenhower Dollar is located on the obverse (heads) side of the coin directly beneath the bust of Eisenhower. If there is no mint mark there, then the coin was struck at the Philadelphia Mint and in this mint did not place a mint mark on the coins struck there until 1979.
A British 1982 bronze Halfpenny (QE II), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £0.10 GBP. If it has been circulated, not much. A British 1982 bronze Halfpenny (QE II)(Proof FDC), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £1 GBP. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.
An Eire (Irish) 1964 bronze Halfpenny (pig), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £3 GBP. If it has been circulated, not much. An Eire (Irish) 1964 bronze Halfpenny (pig)(Proof FDC), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £250 GBP. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.
If it has one it would be located on the reverse side of the coin just above the letter "D" in the word "DOLLAR". The mint mark "S" is for San Francisco, California. The mint mark "CC" is for Carson City, Nevada. If there is no mint mark the coin was struck at the mint in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
I'm assuming you mean the mint-mark? The mint-mark shows which branch of the US mint created the coins, if there is a P mark (or no mintmark on some coins) the coin was minted in Philadelphia, a D mark signifies Denver, an S mark shows the coin was from San Fransisco and a W mark is from the West Point Mint.
The mint mark is on the reverse of the coin under the eagle. If there is no mint mark it was minted at the Philadelphia mint. The Philadelphia mint issued quarters in large quantities. These are the most available and generally trade at their silver bullion value… unless in "Uncirculated" condition.