Ireland, Victoria (1837-1901), Private Pattern Forty Pence, September 1900, struck by John Pinches for Reginald Huth, in the style of an Irish Gunmoney coin of James II, older veiled crowned bust left of Queen, legend and toothed border surrounding, VICTORIA. DEI. GRA. HIBERNIAE. &c. REGINA. thin raised rim, rev. struck en medaille, crown over crossed sceptres, Gothic V to left, Gothic R to right, Sep: below, XL above, date 1900 at top, value ONE. SIXTH. OF. A. POUND and toothed border surrounding, thick raised rim, edge milled, weight 18.80g (DF 649; KM X1). Very light contact mark on Queen's cheek, otherwise pleasant light tone, practically as struck, has been graded and slabbed by NGC as PF62, very rare.