|Value||1/2 Penny (1/480)|
|Currency||Conder tokens (1787-1797)|
|Orientation||Medal alignment ↑↑|
Richard Dalton, Samuel H. Hamer ; 1918. The Provincial Token-Coinage of the 18th Century. Davisson's Ltd., London, United Kingdom.
A stag standing left, legend around
Lettering: FREEDOM WITH INNOCENCE
Seated figure of Britannia holding spear, shield and palm branch, date in exergue
Plain with lettering, the remainder engrailed with continuous arrow heads <<<<<
Lettering: PAYABLE IN LONDON
Middlesex Political and Social Series halfpenny token
1042. O: A stag, FREEDOM WITH INNOCENCE around.
R: Britannia seated, 1797 in exergue.
E: PAYABLE IN LONDON [with engrailing]
(From 'The Provincial Token Coinage of the 18th Century' by Dalton & Hamer)
Halfpenny Size. MIDDLESEX.
180. O. The same as last.
R. A Figure of Britannia sitting, "Rule Britannia." Ex. "1797."
E. "Payable in London."
(From 'An Arrangement of Provincial Coins, Tokens, and Medalets' by James Conder)
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