Token ID help

I thought this was Canadian Colonial but I couldn't find it in Charlton. Any ideas?



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'Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery'

CU #3245 B.N.A. #428


Don

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  • rwyarmchrwyarmch Posts: 924 ✭✭✭

    Looks like a well worn example of a penny token, 1822, by Edward Stephens, a Dublin merchant. Withers-1846 or a or b depending on the edge. Stephens issued a variety of penny tokens, this one with George IV and Hibernia with an inscription of a popular bible verse (LUKE XX CHAP. XXV:VER). Probably engraved by Halliday.

  • ajaanajaan Posts: 15,127 ✭✭✭✭

    @rwyarmch said:
    Looks like a well worn example of a penny token, 1822, by Edward Stephens, a Dublin merchant. Withers-1846 or a or b depending on the edge. Stephens issued a variety of penny tokens, this one with George IV and Hibernia with an inscription of a popular bible verse (LUKE XX CHAP. XXV:VER). Probably engraved by Halliday.

    Thanks, I forgot to mention it is penny size.


    DPOTD-3
    'Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery'

    CU #3245 B.N.A. #428


    Don
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