Great Britain 1795 Silver Halfpenny Token, Middlesex, Sise Lane-Constitution DH-294c MS62 PCGS Very Rare! Obv. A seated female (Britannia? Londonia? Henrietta?) holding a sword and a shield with the arms of London. Distant view of St. Paul’s Cathedral in back, SISE LANE HALFPENNY. 1795 in exergue. Rev. A crown upon a radiant triangle held by two hands, a plain hand on left with COMMONS, a fancy-sleeved hand with LORDS, and KING atop the crown. The cross on the crown is farther away from (K)IN(G) than it is on the DH-295 variety. Struck in silver, plain edge. These dies were also struck in gold and white metal. Very rare; the vast majority of Conder tokens were struck in copper or bronze.