The farthing is the scarcest denomination of the Hibernia-Voce Populi issues. This large letters variety is the more collectible of the two letter punch sizes. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
One of the best-struck examples of this popular Maryland colonial that we've ever seen. Some very light pockmarks are noticeable around 11 o'clock on the obverse and 4 o'clock on the reverse. However, the strike and quality of the surfaces still far exceed most XF or even AU examples of this collectible piece.
These coins were struck by France as general issues for Colonial usage in the New World. This piece is one of just six P-mint examples certified by PCGS. Mostly silver with slate toned centers. Well struck example with solid underlying luster. Just one example graded higher.
Obverse-Same as Cohen 3, small 5 in date. LIBERTY has no feet. Reverse-Stems on the reverse. Leaf tip is under the center of the O in OF. (On the more common Stems reverse, this leaf tip is under the right side of the O in OF.)