1 Farthing - Dublin Turner Camac
|Value||1 Farthing (1/960)|
|Currency||Conder Tokens (1787-1797)|
|Orientation||Coin alignment ↑↓|
The provincial token-coinage of the 18th century
by Richard Dalton, Samuel H. Hamer
Seated figure Hibernia holding a harp with thirteen strings.
There is a dot before and after the date.
Lettering: Incorporated By Act Of Parliament . 1792 .
A monogram cypher HMCo (Hibernian Mining Company)
Lettering: Turner Camac Chairman - Farthing -
Three varieties of this token exist with minor differences.
A variety which reads "Camac Kyan And Camac Farthing" on the reverse is listed as Dalton and Hamer number 391 and is viewable on page 511 of the Dalton and Hamer guide.
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|1792||DH#389 Bis- Ornament before and after Farthing|
|1792||DH#390- Line before and after date|
|1792||DH#391- Reverse: Camac Kyan And Camac Farthing|
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