Dublin 292, Turner Camac (Dalton & Hamer, page 498)

Denomination: halfpenny, scarcity: Very rare (RR)
Harp with Eight Strings.

292. O: Female seated holding a harp which has eight strings. INCORPORATED BY ACT
        OF PARLIAMENT 1792. The line of head to centre of A.
     R: A cypher H M Co. TURNER CAMAC CHAIRMAN HALFPENNY. Top of C to first limb 
        of H.
     E: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR BALLYMURTAGH.

The Turner Camac Series are all very rare. Nos. 271 and 304, five traced; 294,
four traced; 277, 292, 295, 297, 301 and 303, three traced; all the others, only
one or two traced. No. 274a, not traced.

Keywords

incorporated by act of parliament,1792,turner camac chairman,halfpenny,hmco

Comments about this token

Standard edge is described at page 495.

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