Middlesex 378, Meymott's (Dalton & Hamer, page 139)

Denomination: halfpenny, scarcity: Scarce
378.  O: Britannia seated holding a pair of scales and a spear. MEYMOTT & SON 
         LONDON. Ex.: 1795. Similar to No. 377, but no crosses in the legend, and
         the spear reaches the edge of the coin between "SON" and "LONDON."
      R: The arms of London. SCALES + WEIGHTS + & + STEEL-YARDS + 
      E: CORNER OF WORMWOOD STREET BISHOPSGATE X In raised letters.

378a. E: Plain (not in collar).

No. 378 was struck in gold, silver and copper; 378a in tin and copper.

No. 378a, RR. 378, scarce.

Keywords

meymott son london,1795,scales weights steel-yards

Comments about this token

On my sample edge inscription ends with a straight cross (+).

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