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George I
1722 Hibernia playing the harp to Left
William Wood halfpenny
   
George I
1723 Hibernia playing the harp to Right

William Wood halfpenny
In 1722 George I gave William Wood a patent to produce halfpence.
Wood's Hibernia coins were minted 1722-1724 but they were not popular. I understand that these early coins have been found in the US. Wood's Hibernia coinage was not struck in large quantities. They are collected as part of the American colonial series.

 

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PEWTER MONEY CROWN
1690 with copper plug in
Edge MELLORIS. TESSERNA. FATI. ANNO. REGNI. SEXTO 
Obv. IAC
• II • DEI • GRA • MAG • BRI • FRA • ET • HIB • REX.
King on horseback to left., sword in right hand.
Rev. CHRISTO • VICTORE • THIVMPHO.
The four shields of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, each crowned,
 arranged in form of cross; crown in centre : in the angles of the cross and cross the field
ANO DOM 1690

Finest extinct
In wonderfull presevation
   
1643
Irish Ormonde
 Shilling


 

 

 

 

 

 

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