Anglesey 14, 1787 pennies (Dalton & Hamer, page 331)
Denomination: penny, scarcity: Extra rare (RRR)
14. O: Druid's head in a wreath of oak. Twenty-five acorns in wreath,
thirteen to right and twelve to left. There is a cluster of three
acorns on either side the tie of wreath, and an acorn at
the termination of each branch.
R: A monogram cypher, P M Co. WE PROMISE TO PAY THE BEARER ONE PENNY 1787.
Date above cypher. Curved 1 and 7's. The 1 under foot of Y. As No. 13.
E: ON DEMAND IN LONDON LIVERPOOL OR ANGLESEY.
This illustration is taken from an engraving in Pye's work on Tokens.
No. 14, RRR.