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1797 British Penny sized Conder Token. Middlesex, Moorgate, from Kempson's Buildings Series. DH-79 Scarce. Obverse die crack from 11:00 to 5:00.

 

Obv: MOORGATE AS ERECTED MDCLXXIIII Taken Down MDCCLXVI

 

Rev: British Penny Token 1797. Figure of Justice standing.

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1797 British halfpenny sized Conder Token. Warwickshire, Coventry DH-257, scarce. Obv: Remains of Cathedral Erected 1043. Rev: Arms of Coventry.

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1795 Scottish halfpenny sized Conder Token. Angusshire, Dundee DH-10. Obv: COMMERCE AUGMENTS DUNDEE Rev: DUNDEE HALF PENNY 1795 Old Tower Founded 1189.

 

It really is that blue with reflected light.

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Man, you've been busy.  :lol:  :ninja:

 

The first coins I've purchased since late December/early January.

I really needed a fix :cry:

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It's good to see that there's another person here with one of the 1/2d's from my home town of Dundee.

 

We only need another one and we say there's a crowd of us :ninja:

 

That's a nice high grade coin you have there . (So are the others BTW)

 

Ian

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Wonderful. Entering them in PCI?

 

Yes, some of them :ninja:

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