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" In 1789, Mossop, a jeweller in Dublin and a die-sinker of very considerable merit, prepared a pattern penny, of which only six examples are said to have been struck, and two of them were presented to George III. Its rarity is due to the fact that the... "
The Coinage of Ireland in Copper, Tin, and Pewter, 1460-1826 - Page 50
by Philip Nelson - 1905 - 98 pages
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The British Numismatic Journal: Including the Proceedings of the ..., Volume 1

Numismatics - 1905
...is very rare, and has been regarded as a pattern. Hoblyn Collection. The dates are 1774, 1775, 1776, 1781, 1782 and 1783, and proofs are known in copper...broke. " During the administration of the Marquis of Rockingham he produced a pattern piece, which he denominated the Union Penny, engraved after a design...
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A Dictionary of Numismatic Names: Their Official and Popular Designations

Albert Romer Frey - Numismatics - 1917 - 311 pages
...a pattern Penny prepared in 1789 by Mossop, a jeweler and die-sinker, of Dublin. Only six specimens are said to have been struck, and two of them were...due to the fact that the die for the reverse broke. The name is given to this pattern on account of the emblematical figures of Britannia and Hibernia...
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American Journal of Numismatics, Volumes 49-50

Frank Henry Norton, Charles Edward Anthon, William Sumner Appleton, Samuel Abbott Green, Jeremiah Colburn, William Theophilus Rogers Marvin - Numismatics - 1916
...a pattern Penny prepared in 1789 by Mossop, a jeweler and die-sinker, of Dublin. Only six specimens are said to have been struck, and two of them were...due to the fact that the die for the reverse broke. The name is given to this pattern on account of the emblematical figures of Britannia and Hibernia...
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