Lot of 2 old Conder or Condor tokens -

1792 Ireland Dublin Halfpenny, D&H 100. OBV: Incorporated by act of Parliament (female seated w/harp 8 strings); REV: Camac Kyan and Camac HM Co; EDGE: Payable in Dublin or at Ballynutage (? sp). R. Ireland Dublin #51 Edmund Burke. One pound value for 240 (bust to left)/ Ireland 1806 (harp). Update from a very knowledgable collector: The piece is a Withers 1951, entirely different catalogue, and the person on it, the Duke of Wellington.

Condition as shown in photos.

We know very little about these tokens other than what we've read over the internet, so please ask questions if you have any concerns. The information provided is what was written on the coin envelope by the previous owner.

Please see my other listings for more Conder tokens. Buyer pays shipping and insurance. Thanks for looking!

These tokens are from the same collection wildflower_je was selling from. The majority of the tokens I will be selling are marked "COM" for common.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

Conder Tokens , also known as 18th Century Provincial Tokens , were first minted In 1787 by the Parys Mining Company that mined copper ore . They had plenty of copper , access to mints , and there was little low value coinage to be had in Anglesey thus they began
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