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1795 Conder Token with Raised Edge Lettering • Wales, Glamorganshire 3a


I bought this Welsh halfpenny token primarily because of its unusual edge lettering which is not incuse, but raised.
This token variety is rated 'Fairly Common.'  It's the first I have seen of its type, and the first Conder Token I've seen with raised edge lettering.

Actually, the lettering stands out within a wide groove in its edge.
I've included some photos of its edge lettering.

Estimated grade for this raw token is MS-63 RB.






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1790 Conder Token
Anglesey DH 252c (RR)

Made by William Williams, only for collectors.


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