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COLONIALS

COLONIALS
Colonials coins are made prior to our nationís independence, as well as coins made after 1776 but before the establishment of a U.S. Mint in 1792. Washington Pieces were dated from 1783 to 1795 and are also normally listed as Colonial Coins, although they are of English origin and sometimes well after their dates.
 
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1760 1/2 Pence Voce Populi, VOOE Colonial XF45 PCGS Gold Shield
Item #118328
  1760 1/2 Pence Voce Populi, VOOE Colonial XF45 PCGS Gold Shield
In 1760, Francis McMinn, of Donaghadee in Ireland, issued a series of tokens, intending to compete with, and replace, the Wood's Hibernia halfpennies in circulation. This handsome token has lovely lighter brown color with bold date and impressive surfaces. There are a couple of rim nicks on each side noted for accuracy
$579.00
1794 Franklin Press Plain Edge Token MS63 NGC Brown
Item #117560
  1794 Franklin Press Plain Edge Token MS63 NGC Brown
Impressive medium to slightly deeper brown color with lots of reddish tan highlights throughout the obverse, and around the lettering of the reverse. A well struck example with no major marks and lovely eye appeal. The 1794 Franklin Press Token belongs to a series of British-made pieces known as "Conder" Tokens (Halfpenny- and Penny-sized tokens made for sale to collectors and sometimes used as advertising tokens by certain merchants). Although the Franklin Press Tokens probably never circulated in America, collectors have included them as a U.S. "Colonial" coin because of the reference to the American patriot and statesman, Benjamin Franklin. The printing press illustrated on the front of this token is believed to be the same press used by Franklin while he worked in London, England as a journeyman printer! Priced well below the $1,500 Greysheet price!
$1095.00 $995.00
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