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Wow guys, there are so many great tokens posted. I haven't added a Conder Token in several month's. I have always loved the Mailcoach themes but never found a nice two sided pictorial until now! Though this is from 1811-15 ( I think) it is a Wonderfull depiction of a 2 headed swan and mail coach. Graded by PCGS MS64BN. I am happy and proud to add this to my collection .

Wither's-840
William Waterhouse's London (Middlesex) Mail Coach Office copper halfpenny token undated. Obverse: Two headed swan with legend: “PAYABLE AT THE MAIL COACH OFFICE LAD LANE LONDON W. W”. Reverse: Stagecoach galloping to left with legend: “SPEED. REGULARITY & SECURITY”. Milled edge. Issued by William Waterhouse, the proprietor of the “Swan with Two Necks” Tavern in Lad Lane, London. He operated mail and passenger coaches all over Britain

 

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Just now, coinsarefun said:


Wow guys, there are so many great tokens posted. I haven't added a Conder Token in several month's. I have always loved the Mailcoach themes but never found a nice two sided pictorial until now! Though this is from 1811-15 ( I think) it is a Wonderfull depiction of a 2 headed swan and mail coach. Graded by PCGS MS64BN. I am happy and proud to add this to my collection .

Wither's-840
William Waterhouse's London (Middlesex) Mail Coach Office copper halfpenny token undated. Obverse: Two headed swan with legend: “PAYABLE AT THE MAIL COACH OFFICE LAD LANE LONDON W. W”. Reverse: Stagecoach galloping to left with legend: “SPEED. REGULARITY & SECURITY”. Milled edge. Issued by William Waterhouse, the proprietor of the “Swan with Two Necks” Tavern in Lad Lane, London. He operated mail and passenger coaches all over Britain

 

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Nice to see you posting over here. :smile:

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Latest tokens graded by NGC.  The photos are by NGC, the tokens are darker than imaged.

 

Dorsetshire Blandford DH 1 from Baldwin's Basement Sale #2

Graded 64BN

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Middlesex Skidmore's Globe Series DH 122 from Bill McKivor

Graded 62BN

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Middlesex Skidmore's Clerkenwell Series DH 161 from Soveriegn Rarites, ex. David Dykes plated in his book "Coinage and Currency in Eighteenth Century Britain"

Graded 64BN

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Middlesex Skidmore's Clerkenwell Series DH 164 from Baldwin's Auction

Graded 65RB

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Middlesex Skidmore's Miscellaneous Series DH 173 from Bill McKivor

Graded 63BN

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Scotland Argyllshire Inverary DH 2 from Dix Noonan Webb's Robbie Brown Auction

Graded 63BN

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On 3/5/2020 at 5:02 PM, farthing said:

 

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What is the dark area on this one? Is that a shadow? It looks strangely three dimensional on my laptop screen,as if there is a wave in the screen.

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