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Batty's catalogue of the copper coinage of Great Britain, Ireland, British isles, and colonies, local & private tokens, jettons, &c., compiled from various authors online

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R. — " H M 1787 " engraved on a Halfpenny, Geo. II.

H SdcGo,

4297 O. — " H S & C*^" in cypher, between Laurel Branches.

R. — A Man working at a Loom, " Nothing without Industry." Ex. "1795."

4298 As last Bronze,

4298^ O. — As 4297. *

R. — An Anchor and Cable surmounted with a radiated Phrygian Cap,
"Liberty, Peace, Commerce."

4298® O. — As 4297. R.— Shield of Arms, "Halfpenny 1795."

H, W, G,

4299 O.— " H W G " and " W M " indented. R.— Blank.

Hughes,
4299'*' O. — "Allen Hughes" engraved. R. — "Hughes" indented.

Hantsman.
4299® " B . Huntsman " in raised Letters within a sunken rectangle, on O. ^d.,

1739-

Holland.

4299C O.— " J . HoUond 2^ Horse & Jockey Inn."

R.— " Bowling Green Inn." E.— Milled Brass.



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I Co.

4299^ O. — " I C? " A circular piece cut out of centre. R. — BlanL
E.— Milled. Brass.

IjifipeTtal*

4300 O. — " Imperial B X X 14" indented. R. — Blank. Octagonal Brass.

4301 As last, except " 35 " instead of " 14."

Iron Wire.

4301^ O.— " W E " inverted in a Shield ; Crest, a Bird. " N? 7 Best Iron Wire."
R. — Incuse. Tin.

Industry.

4302 O. — Bees, and Hive upon a Stand, surrounded with a Wreath of Roses,

Thistles, and Shamrocks, "T . P " in cypher below. " Industry the
Source of Content"
R. — ** For Change in Trade " within a Shield between Oak Branches, a
Riband above. " To Convenience the Public 1801."

4303 As last Bronze.

IB&iI.B.P.

4303' "IB" indented on O. ^d., 1799.

4303^ O.— " I . B . P." in raised Letters within an indented Rectangle, on O. Jd.,

1775-

IC.

4303B •* I . C " indented on O., and " A19 " on R. Jd., 1806.

4303O "I C " indented on O., and " 1783 " on R., early id. Geo. III.

IE.

4304 O. — " IE" within a Heart, an Ornament on each side. Indented.
R.— Blank. A Badge.

In^ain.

4304^ O. — " W . Ingram 3* Railway Hotel" R. — A Locomotive Engine.
E.— Milled.

Independance,
4304® O. — " Independance."

R. — A radiated Qnadriga with Charioteers in the Clouds, " Triumphant .
We bravely Defend." K— Milled,

Inston.

4304^5 O.— " Henry Inston Old Kings • Head • . "

R._« 2* " between an Oak and Laurel Branch. " J . Neal G? Charles S.' "
in small Letters below. E. — Milled.



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lohn,
4304» O.— "lohn 1786." R.— **I 17." Engraved

IW&IW. WL.
4304® O. — ** I W.** R. — A Bow and two Arrows. Engraved.
4304^ "I W.W L" ornamentally engraved on R Geo. II. Jd.

IB.

4305 " I H." in raised Letters within a sunken Heart, bordered with inverted

Spikes, indented on R. Wm. III. ^d.

IM.

4305^ "I . M 1793." Engraved on O. Jd., 1799.

/. 0.
4305B "I. OTI W" in three lines, indented on R., and "H" on O. Wm. III. Jd.

LP.

4305O «' I . P " and four Ornaments, indented on O. id, 1799.

IW.
4305^ O.— " I W " indented R.— Blank.

I EC.
4305^ " I R C " in script Monogram, engraved on R. Wm, III. Jd

JC.

4306 O. — " J C " simnounted with a Crown, mdented on O., counterfeit Jd, 1775.

Jackson.

4306^ O. — "Rose • Jackson Bom April 7^^ 1785." A Bird on a Branch below ;
an ornamented Border. Engraved.
R.— Female seated holding Mining Tools, " Halfpenny.** Ex. " 1789."
E. — " Payable at Macclesfield Liverpool or Congleton."

Jankinson.

4306B 0.~ " —J . H . Jankinson -— — "

R.— A Laurel Wreath. E.— Milled Brow,

Jerome.

4306° O. — *'Sam! Jerome Red Cow Horse Fair 2 J." R. — An Anchor.
E. — Milled. Brass.



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JarvU,
4306^ "Jarvis" twice indented on O. id, 1799.

JD.

4306^ O. — " J D 2 " indented, a circular piece cut from the centre. R. — ^Blank.

Jefferay,
4306'' "J . Jefferay" indented on O . and R. Jd, 1799.

Jervis,

4307 O.— Bust to left of Admiral Jervis, dividing the date "1797.'' "The

Gallant Jervis Defeated the Spaniards 14 Feb."
R.— A Man of War sailing, " British Valor Triumphant" E.— Milled.

4308 As last. Bronze.

4309 O. — A Flag (Ensign), " May it be displayed at all points of y? Compass."
R.— Several War Ships. Ex. "Cape S^ Vincent FebT 14 . 1797."

E. — ** A . Valentine presented to Spain by Adml Jervis."

4310 O. and R — ^As last E. — As last, with the addition of two Crosses.
4310^ O. and R— As last E.— As last, but reads "Adm."

43 1 1 O. and R — As 4309. K — " Valentine presented to Spain by Adm! Jervis."

4312 O. — Bust to right, " • Admiral Jervis • "

R. — Female seated holding a Spear and Olive Branch, and leaning on an
oval Shield, Masts of a Ship in front, "Rule Britannia." Ex. "1797."

4313 O. — Laureate Bust to right, "Gloriovs Jervis."

R— Britannia seated, " Britain Rules." Ex. " 1771."

4314 O. — Similar Bust to last, "Gloriovs . ler . Vis."
R— Britannia seated, " British Tars." Ex. " 1797."

4315 O.— As last, with " I C " below the Bust R.~As last

4316 O. — Laureate Bust to right, "Gloriovs . ler Vis."
R. — A Harp crowned, " Hebrides 1797."

4316^ O.—As last R— A Harp crowned, "Hebrides 1781."

4316^ O. and R. — Similar to last, date " 1791." Conder, p. 227, No. 146.

43 1 6^ O.—As 4314, with "G D " under the Bust

R— Britannia seated, "Britons Rule." Ex. "1788." Conder, p. 222, No. 145.

4316^ O.—As 4314. R— Similar to last, dated " 1771."

4316^ O. — Laureate Bust to left, "Gloriovs Jar Vis."
R.— Female seated, " Britannia." Ex. " 1771."



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JH.
4316F 0.-."4J» J . H." R.— An Oak Wreath. BroM.

43i6<* 0.— " J . S . " engraved in Script R.— " N? i. 8 Bars." Engraved

J, P.
43, 6H 0.—" J . P N? 2 " and a Sprig indented. R.— Blank.

Johnson,

4317 O. — Bust to right, " lohnson Pugelist."

R. — ^A Harp crowned, " • Music Charms."

4317^ "Ben: Johnson'* in radiated Letters within a sunken Ornament on R.,
George II. ^d.

Joyce,
4317B "Joyce Cutler" indented on 0. and R., Louis XVI. Coin.

J. Q. <& Co,
4317O o._« J . Q . & C^ 75 " indented. R.— Blank. Brass.

Jones,

4318 0.— "J . R . Jones" indented on R. Jd., 1806.

4318^ "Ann Jones In Hatton Street July 28^^^ 1726." Flowers and Stems above
and below, all engraved on an early ^d. Geo. III.

4318^ 0.—" Edward Jones All Saints Tavern Lodge Road."
R.— "2i»" E.— Milled.

4318^^ 0.— " Ales Wines & Spirits Thomas W. Jones Queens Head Bishop S^
R.— " I J " within a Laurel Wreath. E.— Milled. Brass,

Jordan.
4318^ "J . Jordan" indented on 0. Jd., 1807.

J. W. <& J. W, M.
4318^ "J W" indented in large Letters on 0. J^d., 1823.
4318^ " J . W . M . " indented on R Jd., 1775.

J M.
43i8<* "J M" indented on 0. ^d., 1807.

Kelly,

4319 0. — An Anchor between two Flowers with Stems. "Owen Kelly" within

an Ornamented Border. R. — A Ship, all engraved.



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Kemp.

4320 0. — Bust to right, "lohn Kemp."

R. — Female seated on a Rock, and holding a Palm Branch, " Unity and
Peace."

Kenyon,

4320^ 0. and R. — "J Kenyon" and a pair of Trousers indented. E. — Milled.

Kerhy.
4320^ 0. and R. —" Kerb/s Pools 3? ' E.— Milled. BrasB.

Keane,

4320C 0.— A Ship sailing to left, " MJ Keane Sheriflf S* " Ex. " 2f " R.— Blank.
Brass,

KB^ Co.

4321 O.— " K D & C^" in Monogram cypher. R. — A Tortoise. Brass.

Kenty Duke of.

4321^ O. — "Edward Duke of Kent Friend of Education and the Soldiers Friend."
R. — " Patron of the Royal Lancasterian System .

May Heavens Blessings long attend
His Countries Glory and its Friend."

Kiiiser.

432 |B 0. — A Harp crowned, " Jos^ Kinser Bom Jan . 19 . 1762." Engraved.

R. — Flowers in Vase dividing " J . H." Engraved within a Milled Border.
E. — Engrailed.

Kenrick.
432 lO O.— Bust to left, "The Rev* Rich? Kenrick .P.P."

R — Female with a Cross weeping beside a Tomb, surmounted with an
Urn, and inscribed "Born 1780 Died 5*^^ Sep 1827." Leg. "The
Rich Mans Guide and the Poor Mans Friend."
4321^ As last Brass.

Keppel.
432 1^ 0. - Three-quarter Bust to right, "Augustus Keppel."

R.— " Judicious Brave & Gallant," surrounded with a Border of Pyramids.
White Metal.

Kirk.

4322 0.- Bust to left, " Colonel Kirk."

R. — Britannia seated, " Britons Happy Isle."
4322^ 0.— Bust to left, " Kirk Fee" R.— "Oliver Cromwell 1658."
4322® 0.— Bust to left, " Kirk Fee" R.— George the Second."



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4322^ As 4322^' with Flaw on R.

4322i> 0.— Bust to left, " Kirk Fee."

R.— "Charlotte Queen of Great Britain Etc . 1778."

4322B 0.— Bust to left, " Kirk F." R.— " Duchess of Cumberland."

4322B' O.— Bust to left, " Kirk F." R.— " Duchess of Gloucester 1774."

4322« 0.— -Bust to left, " Kirk Fee." R.— " Marquis of Granby 1774."

4322H 0.— Bust to left, " Kirk Fee" R.— "Right Honourable William Beckford."

4322I 0.— Bust to left, " Kirk F." R.— " D . Garrick Esquire 1773."

432 2 J 0.— As last R.— Blank.

4322K O.— Bust to right, "Kirk F.*'

R._« George III King of Great Britain Etc . 1773."

4322^ As last, with large Flaw on 0.

4322M O.— Bust to right, " Kirk Fee" R.— " Duke of Gloucester 1773."

4322^ As last, countermarked " I P" on R.

4322<> 0.— Bust to right, " Kirk F." R.— "Lord Chatham 1773."

4322P 0.— Bust to right, " Kirk Fee." R.— " Lord Camden 1773."

4322^ As last, with large Flaw on R.

4322» 0.— Bust to right, "Kirk Fee"

R — " lohn Wilkes Esquire Member for Middlesex 1773."

4322^ As last, except Rev. differently arranged

Land.

4323 " In Land is Liberty," indented on O. Charies II. Irish Halfpenny, i68r,

4324 "Land or War" indented on O. William III. Halfpenny, 1698.

4325 "In Land is Peace" indented on O. George 11. Halfpenny.

4326 "Ours is Land and Peace ;" and "No Landlords," indented on O. and R.

George II. Halfpenny.

4327 "Land is Ours;** and "No Landlords" indented on O. and R .George IL

Halfpenny.

Landlords.

4328 "Landlords and War;" "& Starvation" indente on O. and R. Wm. IIL

Halfpenny.

4329 " Landlords and Starvation " indented on O. George III. Halfpenny, 1775.

4330 O. — " No Landlords " indented.

R. — A Hare, two Greyhounds and a Man on Horseback, in three Ovals.



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433^ " No Landlords ;" " No Starvation " indented on R. and O. Wm. and Mary
Halfpenny.

4332 "No War no Landlord;" **& No Starvation you Fools" indented on

O. and R. Wra. and Mary Halfpenny, 1699.

4333 " No Landlords or Parochuil Starvation " indented on O. Wra. and Mary

Halfpenny, 1694.

4334 " No Landlords " indented on O. Wm. and Mary Halfpenny, 1694.

4335 "No Landlords or;" "Landlords" indented on O. and R. George L Irish

Halfpenny, 1723.

4336 " No Landlords ;"" Full Bellies and Fat Bairns " indented on R. and O.

George IL Halfpenny.

4337 "No Landlords;" "War or Land" indented on R. and O. George III.

Irish Halfpenny, 1769.

4338 " War or No Landlords" indented on O. George III. Halfpenny, 1769.

4339 As last, indented on O. of a different Type George III. Irish Halfpenny,

1769.

4340 "No Landlords;" "And Starvation" indented on O. and R. George IIL

Halfpenny.

4341 " No I-Andlords ;" " Or Starvation " indented on as last.

4342 "No Landlords;" "Peace and Plenty" Indented on R. and O.George

III. Halfpenny.

4343 " No Landlords ;" " Peace and Liberty" indented on similar to last

4344 " No Landlords ;" " You Rogues You Fools " indented on similar to last.

4345 " No Landlords ;" " For Ever " indented on similar to last

4346 " No Landlords ;" "No Landlords for Ever" indented on O. and R.

similar to last

Note. — ^Thc last Six are on Counterfeit Coins.

Lane,

4347 O. — "Robert Lane 1767" rudely engraved; three Stars indented within

a rudely cut Border. R. — Blank.

League Rail,

4347* O. — " League Hall Reserved Seats" indented.
R. — ^Two Laurel Branches.
E. — Milled. Circular pieces cut out of centre. Brass,

Lees,

4347^ O. — "Samuel Lees 1781 " and Ornaments. Engraved.

R. — " Hannah Bownes 1781 " and Ornaments. Engraved.



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Leigh
4347^ 0.—"T Leigh." Engraved. R. — A rude design. Engraved.

Liberty,

4348 O.— " Liberty " indented.

R. — " No Landlords " indented ; a running Fox. Engraved.

4349 O. — " 1756 Liberty ;" "5" above indented. R. — "1756 Liberty" indented.

4350 O. — "Liberty & No Landlords" indented.
R. — " War & Parochial Starvation " indented.

4351 O. — " Liberty is Ours for Ever" indented.
R. — " No Starvation in Peace " indented.

4352 " Liberty" indented on O. and R. Charles IL Scotch Halfpenny.

4353 The same on O. and R. Charles IL Irish Halfpenny, 1682.

4354 As last, dated 1683.

4355 " Liberty" indented on O. Plug Halfpenny, James II.

4356 "Liberty" indented on O. and R. Plug Halfpenny, Wm. and Mary.

43 57 "Liberty" indented on O. and R. Wm. and Mary Irish Halfpenny, 1693.

4358 "Liberty" indented on O. and R. Wm. III. Halfpenny, 1698.

4359 "Liberty" indented on O. and R. Wm. III. Halfpenny, 1699.

4360 "Liberty;" "& Blessing" on O. and R. Wm. IIL Halfpenny, 1697.

4361 " Liberty & ;" " Blessing" on O. and R. Wm. III. Halfpenny, 1699.

4362 "Liberty;" "For Ever" indented on O. and R. George IL Halfpenny.

4363 " Liberty ;" " Blessing " indented on R. and O. George II. Halfpenny, 1 748.

4364 "Liberty;" indented on O. and R. George II. Irish Hal^enny, 1736.

4365 " Liberty for Ever ;" " Peace for Ever " indented on R. and O. George II.

Halfpenny, 1752.

4366 "Liberty for Ever;" "And Peace" on O. and R. George II. Halfpenny,

1733-

4367 "Libertyfor Ever;" "Liberty is Ever Ours" on O. and R. George IL

Halfpenny, 1737.

4368 "Liberty;" "For Ever" on O. and R. George IIL Halfpenny, 17 71.

4369 "Liberty" on O. and R. George III. Halfpenny, 1770.

4370 " Liberty " on, similar to last

4371 ** Liberty " on, similar to last Dated 1775.

4372 "Liberty" on O. George III. Irish Halfpenny, 1769.

4373 "Liberty" on O. George IIL Irish Halfpenny, 1775.



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4374


" Liberty " on 0. Similar to last




4375


"Liberty" on 0. Do.




Dated 1781.


4376


"Liberty" on 0. Do.




Do.


4377


" Liberty " on O. Do.




Do.


4378


"Liberty" on 0. Do.




Do.


4379


" Liberty" on 0. and R. Similar to last Dated 1781.


438o


" Liberty" on 0. and R.


Do.


Do. A Badge.


4381


"Liberty" on 0. and R.


Do.


Dated 1782.


4382


"Liberty "on 0. and R.


Do.


Date indistinct


4383


" Liberty" on 0. and R.


Do.


Do.


4384


« Liberty" on 0. and R.


Do.


Do.


4385


"No Liberty" on 0,


Do.


Date 1773.


4386


"No Liberty" on 0.


Do.


Date 1775.


4387


"No Liberty" on 0.


Do.


Date 1776.


4388


'•No Liberty" on 0.


Do.


Date 1782.


4389


" No Liberty" on 0. and R.


Do.


Date indistinct


4389^


"No Liberty" on O. and R. George


IL Halfpenny, 1751.




Liberty .


Peace .


Commerce.


4389^


0. — A radiated Phrygian Cap


• over an Anchor and Cable, " Liberty . Peace



Comraerce. " Small diamond-shaped Ornaments dividing the Legend.
R. — Hope standing with Anchor and Compasses, "For , the . Good . of.
Trade.'' Two long Sprigs of Leaves below.

Locomotive,
4389** A Railway Locomotive indented on R. George IV. Irish Halfpenny, 1823.

LloycCs,

4390 O. — " Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper Three Pence Post free."

R. — "Purchase Number One of Lloyd's last New Penny Publication,"
indented on O. and R. George III. Halfpenny, 1799.
4390^ As last, indented on R. and O. ditto.

4391 As last, indented on O. and R. George III. Irish Halfpenny, 1805.
4391^ As last on R. and O. ditto.

4392 As 4390, indented on George III. Halfpenny, 1806.
4392^ As 4390, except "Post" omitted on Jd. as last

4393 As 4390, indented on R. and O. Geo. IIL Halfpenny, 1806.



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4394 As O. 4390, indented on O. and R. of a coin as last

4394^ " Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper 3? Post Free " indented on R. George IV.
Halfpenny, 1827.

4394^ As last, indented on O. and R. George III. Halfpenny, 1799.

4394^ As last, indented on O. and R- Geo. HI. Halfpenny, 1807.

4394° As 4393, except "New" omitted.

4394= "S . Lloyd" indented on O. and R. Geo. IIL ^d., 1806.

4395 " + Lodge + 2.'* R.— A Spiked Border.

Long Live the King,

4396 O. — Laureate Bust to right of George III., " I . G" below. "Long Live

the King."
R. — Female seated to left, " Britannia Rules the Main."

4397 O. — Bust to left with Wig on, " ••• Long • Live • the • King. • "
R. — Blank. On thick Lead.

4398 O. — Similar to last, no dot after the Leg., and the Frill differently arranged.
R. — " I M & C? " in ornamented cypher ; " 1 795 " below. E. — Engrailed.

4399 As last ; countermarked " I H " on O. and R,

4400 O. and R. — As 4398. E. — Plain.

4401 O.— Laureate Bust to right of George the Third, " Long . Live . the . King."
R.— Two Busts to left dividing the date "1795." "Louis. XVI et

M. Antoinette . Roi et Reine de France." E. — Milled.

Louis the Sixteenth.

4402 O. — Bust to right, " Louis the Sixteenth."

R. — Britannia seated to left, " Britons Happy Isle."

4403 O. — As last. R. — A Harp crowned, " • Music Charms."

4404 O. — As last Brass,

4405 O. — Laureate Bust to left, "Georgivs Lludovicus XVI." R. — Blank.

4406 O.— As last. R.— " W P Sepf 2, 1 799." Engraved.

Louis XYL and Marie Antoinette,

4407 6.— -Two Busts to right, " Louis . XVI et M . Antoinette . Roi et Reine

de France."
R.— "Mur* by the Factious." "Louis . XVI . Jan . 21 . M . Antoinette
Oct. 16. 1793." E.— Plain.

4408 As last Bi*onze,



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4409 As last Brass,

4410 As 4407, on smaller Blank.

4411 O.— As 4407. R.— Bust lo left, " David Garrick . Esq! "

4412 O. — As 4407.

R.— An Anchor and Cable, " In Commemoration of the Glonous First of
June. 1794.'* E.— Milled.

4413 O. — As 4407.

R._«WGM" in cypher; "Halfpenny" above; "1791" below (see
Salisbury). Conder, p. 278, No. 140.

4414 O.— As 4407, with the addition of date " 1795 " divided by the Busts.
R._A Guillotine and part of a House, " Halfpenny " above. E.— Milled.

4414^ As 4414. Smaller.

4415 O. — As last.

R.— Laureate Bust to right of George HI., "Long . Live . the . Kmg."

E.— MiUed.

Louis the Eighteenth,

4416 "Success to Louis 18" within an ornamented Border, engraved on O.

George IH. Halfpenny, 1806."
4416A o.— Bust to left, "Vive le Roi Louis XVIIL"

R. "Peace i8i4" between a Laurel and Palm Branch. "The Glorious

result of British Perseverance."
44i6» O.— Bust to left with two Laurel Branches below, "Louis XVHI Restof
Mar 31 . 1814."

R, « By the . United efforts of England and its Allies " between a Laurel

and Palm Branch.
4416C O.— Full-faced Bust, "Louis XVHI Restored Mar 31 . 1814."

R. « We Conquor to set Free." " Emp . of Russia K . of Prussia Marquis

Wellington Prince Schwartzenberg March 31 . 1814."
4416^ As last Brass,

4416= O.— As 4416C.

R. — " Die Freyheit von Europa Weider Hugestellt Bey England und Ihren
Bunds Genossen . Der Friede Untersdirieben zu Paris May 30. 1814."

Louis XX.

4417 O.— Laureate Bust to right, " I R " below. " Lud XX Dei Gra."
K — A Harp crowned, "Fran . et Navr . 1771."

Love,
4417^ O. — A Dove flying carrying a Billet, inscribed "Love," in verted; two Hearts
below ; an ornamented Border.
R. — An Owl and Branch. All engraved.



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Lowe.

4418 " W Lowe" in Script, indented on O. and R. }d., 1806.

Loyal Briton^s Lodge,

4419 O. — ^A Crown within a radiated Circle, Sprigs of Leaves below ; " Loyal •

Britons • Lodge." A small Quatre-foil Ornament before and after
the Leg.
R. — ^A radiated Phrygian Cap over an Anchor and Cable, " Liberty .
Peace . Commerce." Small diamond-shaped Ornament dividing
the Legend.

4420 O. — Similar to last, the Rays in different position with the Leg., and the

Ornaments different
R. —Similar to last, the Rays and Ornaments varied.

4421 O. — As last

R. — A Wheat Sheaf and Sickle between two Doves, "Peace and Plenty
Halfpenny."

4422 O.— As 4420. R.— A Wheat Sheaf, " Peace Plenty and Liberty."

4423 O. — As 4420.

R. — A Man weaving at a Loom, "Nothing. Without . Industry." Ex. **i 795."
Conder, p. 285, No. 214.

4424 O. — As 4420. R. — Arms of the Orchard Family, " Halfpenny . 1 795."

Loyal True BritorCs Society,

4425 O.— " Check 3? " within a Circle, " Loyal True Briton's . Society."
R.— " Provide for the Future." E.— Milled. Brass,

Masonic (See, cUso, page 1491).

4425-* O. — Shield containing three Castles and a pair of Compasses, between
Laurel Branches ; a plain Riband above surmounted with a radiated
pentagonal Star, in the centre of which is the letter " G ; " a Rule
and "Stem F" below. "L," a small Rectangle, "Anglaise No.
204 . Fondle en 1732 O : de Bordeaux."

R.— A radiated Plummet, "Charite Union Sagesse." A Flaw after "Charite."
Looped for a Badge. GUt

Ma, , ,

4426 O. — A Heart and "W Ma . . 1855" in large raised Letters and Figures

within a sunken Circle, covering the Field. R. — Blank.



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M
4426^ "M" in raised Letters within an indented Heart on O. Geo. I. Jd.

ML.

4426® O. — " M L " in ornamented Script within a Border.
R. — An Urn. All engraved.

MG.
4426^^ "M G 1782" indented on R., and "R L" on O. Geo. II. Irish Jd., 1760.

Mackniven dCr Cameron,

4427 O.- -Laureate Bust to right, "Georgius III. Dei Gratia."

R. — A stout Man looking through an Eye Glass at a Post with four Arms,
inscribed "The Owl," "Waverley,'' "Pickwick," "Pens." An
Owl sitting on the top ; on a Block below, " Sold Everywhere ; "
Trees and a Spire, " Macniven & Camerons Renowned Pens .
1869." E.— Milled. Brass.

4428 O. — Similar to last, no dot after the Leg.

R. — Similar to last, the Letters of Leg. shorter and thicker, and the arrange-
ment of the Trees, Shrubs, &c., diflferent. E. — Plain. Brass.

Mackerel.
4428^ O.— " W . I . S Mackerel." R.— Blank. K—Milled. Brass.

Mahon.
4428B a D Mahon W . H . " indented on early Jd, George III.

Mantle.
4428O "J . Mantle" indented on O. and R. ^d., 1806.

• Mary.
4428^ O.— "Mary." Engraved. R.— Blank.

McK.
4428" "J . M? K" indented on R. Jd, 1805.

M . F.
4428^ 0. — " M + F '* within ornamented Scrollwork. R. — Blank.

M. T.
4428^ ^'M T" indented in large Letters on O. Jd., 1799."



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Map of France.

4429 O. — In a square, a Foot pointing to right, " Honor," t^vo Pellets or Cannon

Balls below ; " Throne " inverted above ; " Re/li/gi/on " to the right
near the Toes; "Glory" defaced near the Heel; "Fr-an-ce**
divided by Serpents above; "Life" within a Circle formed of
" Danger " and small Pellets or dots ; " Property " within a Circle
formed of " Secured *' and small Pellets or dots ; " Fire " across each
comer of the Square. " A Map of the Present State of France."

R. — "May Monarchy Flourish & Anarchy Perish Everlastingly."

E. — Plain. Pewter,

4430 O. — In a Square formed of Daggers, a Foot pointing to left, " Honor "

below; " Throne " inverted, and "Fra-nce" above; "Re/li/gi/on"
to the left near the Toes ; " Glory " defaced near the Heel ; " Fire "
and a Dagger across each comer of the Square ; the whole intersected
with irregular waved dotted Lines. "A Map of France . 1794."
R.-^"May Great Britain ever remain the Reverse," radiated, within a
Circle of Acorns and Leaves, a Flaw at top and bottom and down
right-hand side. E.— •" Payable at the Store of."

4431 O. — As last, except only a small Flaw at bottom. R. — As last
K — Engrailed.

4432 As last, on smaller Blank.
4432^ As 4432, except no Flaw.

4433 O. and R. — ^As 4430. E. — Plain.
4433^ As last Plated,

4434 As last, except only very small Flaw at the top.

4435 O. and R.— As 4431. E.— Plain.

4436 O.— As 4430.

R. — Similar to 4430* the Letters larger, the second Line of Leg. touches
the Border, and no dot after the Leg. E.— Engrailed

4437 O. and R.— As last E.— Milled

4438 O. and R. — As 4436. E. — Plain.

4439 O.— As 4430.

R. — Similar to 4436, the radiation not passing through "May;" and a

Flaw from " Ever " through the Border.
E.— "Current Every Where."

4440 O. and R. - As last E. — Engrailed.

4441 O.— As 4439, except " Glory " not defaced R.— As 4439. E.— Plain.



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Mark.

4441^ "Alfred . E , Mark i86 Borough Market."



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