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King Edward VII Half Penny Coin 1902

King Edward VII Half Penny Coin 1902

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The King Edward VII Half Penny coin, first minted in 1902, marks the beginning of Edward VII's reign. Made of bronze, this coin features the king's right-facing portrait on the obverse, capturing his regal demeanor. The reverse showcases Britannia, the emblematic figure of Britain, seated with a trident and shield. The 1902 half penny reflects the Edwardian era's elegance and the period's socio-economic transitions. These coins are cherished by collectors for their historical value, detailed artistry, and representation of a pivotal moment in British history, marking the transition from the Victorian era to the Edwardian period