I told you they don't know the difference either.
I just couldn't resist this one too.
Here's an ongoing(Australian)auction description.
My eyes aren't seeing what my mind says I am reading.
"Nice beginners rare variety coin. Oh so hard to obtain and frankly the higher grades are very difficult to tell.
Called burnished as the flan was specially treated in the Royal London Mint to ensure that the pennies would be dull black to discourage people from hoarding in the World War II times. These flans were meant for the British coins and got mixed up with a batch of coins being minted for New Zealand.
The low grade coins such as this are easier to tell as they have a yellowish/brown effect on the low exposed parts of the flan, whereas the legends are usually blacker."
Did it lose something in translation?
I am no expert, but I can play one on TV?
Oh.....a P.S. It's only $55.00 on a BIN