Silver token.(obverse) A robed female figure seated to right on a mound, hold the model of a ship. Under the figure oval merchant's mark inscribed.
(reverse) Four line inscription, the last line relates to weight.
- Irish Token
- Weight: 4.172 grammes
Inscription ContentCONFIDENCE AUGMENTS THE VALUE
Inscription ContentSOLD BY THE IRISH BULLION Co.
Inscription Typemerchant's mark
Inscription Positionobverse field
Inscription ContentI B Co
Inscription CommentStands for Irish Bullion Company.
Inscription Positionreverse field
Inscription ContentFOR / ONE . BRITISH / SHILLING / D 2 . 16 Gs.
Inscription CommentLast line stands for 2dwts . 16 grains.
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Object reference number: CJE21035
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