HANCOCK'S HALFPENNIES, 1796, reverse umbrella maker and dealer in provincial coins (D&H 321); 1798, naked boy holding a coin tray 'Dealer in Coins and Medals' (D&H 322). Some mint red on the first attractive dark blue brown patina on second, nearly uncirculated, scarce and rare. (2)
The first from Glendinings in 1964, second from Spink in 1973.
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