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bearing the Crosses beside a Shield Breast Britannia Bronze Proof Bust in Armour Bust to left Bust to right Colon Copper Proof Crosses of S.S. Curl curved dot higher dot nearer drapery E.—Milled E.—Plain Edge F. G. Lawrence's Collection FARTHINGS Fine Copper Proof Flaw in front further from Bust George and Andrew Georgivs HALFPENNIES Harp Hibernia inverted large Flaw last dot Leaves Legend Letters Line lower Nose O.—As last O.—Bust O.—Filleted Bust O.—Laureate Bust O.—Laureate draped Bust O.—Similar opposite left Limb opposite right Limb opposite space R.—Different R.—Female seated R.—Flaw R.—Harp R.—Large R.—Similar to last R.—Similar to previous R.—Spear R.—Sprig R.—Top of Sprig R.—Two Sceptres right Hand S.S. George Sceptres crossed seated to left seated to right Shield bearing Shoulder Similar to last Similar to previous small Flaw Sprig opposite struck thin Blank Thistle top dot top of Sprig touching Ex Trident Victoria Dei Gratia
Page 992 - Descriptive Catalogue of the Copper Coinage of Great Britain, Ireland, British Isles and Colonies in 1868, page 68 No.
Page 732 - Ibid. No. 50 ' Ibid. No. 49, 50, 51, 52. • Ibid. No. 51. • Ibid. No. 53. AN ESSAY ON IRISH COINS. CHAR.II. " AD « 1660. mitted to make use of this grant, nor obtayne allowance from the chiefe governor of Ireland to issue the said farthing-tokens/'" he could not proceed, and therefore we may well suppose that very few were coined and sent abroad.
Page 725 - There are also several brass coins, weighing from fifty to seventy grains, bearing two Sceptres in saltire through a Crown ; Reverse, a Harp crowned between C R.
Page 1172 - R. — Trident under a Crown, surrounded by a Wreath of Oak and Laurel within a beaded Circle ; " DECIMAL PENNY " above ; "ONE TENTH OF A SHILLING
Page 1071 - These were struck to commemorate the visit of the Queen, then Princess Victoria, with her Mother, the Duchess of Kent, to the Soho Mint, Birmingham. They are extremely rare. VICTORIA. PENNY, 1839. 5233 O.— Filleted Bust to left ;
Page 1170 - Catalogue of Coins and Tokens in the Museum of the Royal Mint, London, 1906, vol.
Page 839 - Metal (formerly Bergne's, Lot 1080) on which the Lettering is more florid, and that on the reverse is much smaller than usual, and on which the inner circle on the reverse is ornamented.