1795 Great Britain Middlesex Richardson's HalfPenny Conder D&H 471 RareR5 AU/Unc

Richardson's Lottery Wheels & Fortune Halfpenny 1795
You are viewing a listing for a 1795 Great Britain Middlesex Richardson's Half Penny Conder Token D&H 471 Rare R5 Almost Uncirculated/Uncirculated with about 30-75 coins known in existence. This token has little to no wear, good to fair Strike. Edge plain. With great detail for a coin over 225 years old!
Richardson's London (Middlesex) copper Conder halfpenny token dated 1795. Obverse: A bluecoat boy preparing to draw from a lottery wheel. NOTHING VENTURE NOTHING HAVE. Ex: A cornucopia of money dividing the date 17-95. Reverse: Legend on 7 lines and round circumference: "RICHARDSON GOODLUCK & Co SOLD No 12807 THE LAST PRIZE OF £30,000 SHARED IN SIXTEENTHS". Plain edge. Richardson, Goodluck & Co., were stock-brokers and lottery-office keepers with a business at No. 104 Bank Building, Cornhill in the City, and at No. 8 Charing Cross in the West End of London. Goodluck was an old country woman who was made a partner purely for the use of her name. She received a payment of £50.00 per year and had no further interest in the firm. VERY Nice collectable condition
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