1 Penny Token Hanks & Lloyd - Sydney, NSW
|Country||Australia - Colonial|
|Value||1 Penny (1/240)|
|Orientation||Medal alignment ↑↑|
|References||KM# Tn85, Gray# 98, Gray# 98a, Gray# 98b
Standard Catalog of World Coins
by George S. Cuhaj
A Study of Australasian Trade Tokens - An Illustrated Reference of the Merchants Tokens used in Colonial Australia & New Zealand
by Simon Gray
(Self published )
AUSTRALIAN TEA MART
Arms of New South Wales
PEACE & PLENTY
Scarse in high grade as most are corroded or have some seawater damage. Many were recovered in the 1960's from the wreck of the "DUNBAR", which sank near Sydney harbour in 1857. This was one of Australia's worts shipwrecks with a death toll of 121 including Samuel Peek who issue the Tea Stores tokens.
Maker: Heaton & Sons
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|1857||Gray# 98; SYDNEY 2.5mm high with S left of L. M of MART extended above S of Hanks|
|1857||Gray# 98a; SYDNEY 3mm high. (S directly below L). L4L of LLOYD 1mm apart|
|1857||Gray# 98b; SYDNEY 3mm high. (S partly below L). L4L of LLOYD .5mm apart|
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