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Collectors love these classic (mostly) copper tokens from the British Isles, struck in farthing (a "fourth-of-a-thing"), halfpenny, and penny sizes in the late 18th century when old King George III thought it was igNoble for the Royal Visage to appear on so base a metal. The first copper tokens were struck as "notgeld" or emergency money but they soon became a collecting mania. Sort of like they are today.
|1793 Halfpenny Conder Token Warwickshire DH-50 Glorious PCGS MS64 Brown||571598.64||
|(1796) One Penny Conder Token Middlesex DH-42 PCGS MS65 Brown||571728.65||
|(ND) 18th Century Conder Token Holt-Wiltshire DH-4 PCGS MS64 Brown||627946.64||