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Lot 1954    19TH CENTURY COPPER TOKENS    Ireland

Estimate $900
SOLD $1,200

DUBLIN, Edward Stephens pattern penny, 1813, a cock or rooster crest/harp of nine strings (Davis 16). A pattern by Halliday. Attractive blue and reddish brown patina, some brilliance in fields, FDC and extremely rare.

Ex Glendinings Sale 7 December 1983 (lot 392).

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