The farthing coin (1/4d) had been part of British life since the 13th century. The wren was first depicted on a farthing in 1937 and throughout the reign of George VI. Queen Elizabeth II wren farthings were only produced in four years, at the beginning of Her Majesty’s long reign, and then ceased to be legal tender at the stroke of midnight on December 31, 1960.
This impressive collection features every wren farthing date including the scarcest dates – 1938 and 1952, together with all four of the Queen Elizabeth II coins.
The twenty farthings are protected in a clear capsule that enables easy viewing of both sides.
What’s more, the coins are presented in a magnificent three-drawer wooden display box at no additional charge. Mounted on top is a superbly sculpted and bronzed wren, perfectly housing the complete collection.
Supplies are limited and orders will be accepted on a strict first-come, first-served basis.
Display box is 6¼" high, including wren.
Orders for non-personalised products which are in stock should be delivered within about a week. Personalised products may take longer.
Guarantee & Returns
Any time you place an order with Danbury Mint, your satisfaction is guaranteed. If you are not delighted with any purchase, you may return it within 90 days of receipt for a FULL refund – including our postage & handling charge!
You can download a free post label here.
Items can be returned using the downloadable returns label below. We recommend obtaining a certificate of posting (free) if returning via the post office. Please include all paperwork with your return. If you have any questions or would prefer us to send you a returns label by post, please email Customer Services.
If you have a printer and wish to print off a returns label, please click on the link below. Note that you must have Adobe Acrobat installed in order to view and print PDF files.
How to Return a Danbury Mint Item (PDF)
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