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Batty's
Descriptive Catalogue
The Irish Pieces
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Batty - Descriptive Catalogue of the Copper Coinage
of GB, Ireland, British Isles & Colonies

Only the Irish sections are listed.
N.B. They were listed in 3 sections according to approximate size
Nos. 872-929 (penny sized), 3479a-3938 (halfpenny sized) & 1399-1625 (farthing sized)

If you spot any errors or can send me a copy of supplement
referred to at the end, please let me know

Hopefully all the 19th and 20th Century tokens are included in my illustrated listings.

I don't know if this is complete - I hope it is!

BATTY
IRELAND
PENNY TOKENS


Co. ANTRIM
BELFAST

872     O.- "Come & Buy your Wines, Spirits, Porters & Ales, at the Cheap
            Waring St Stores."  John Hoy, Proprietor 48 Waring St Belfast."
        R.- "Just Open'd in time for the Sale of Good Wine, Rum, Whiskey,
            Porter & Ale, Good Value for Cash, always Prime & Fresh, Large
            Quantities always on Sale.
        E.- Milled.

Co DUBLIN
DUBLIN
873     O.- "Value One Penny, in Provisions (only) at 168 James's-Gate 44 Low.
            Kevin. Street 55 Upper-Coombe & 23 Barrack-Street. 1797."
        R.- "To Prevent the abuse of Charity, in the Consumption of Whiskey, 
            this is given to the Poor in Dublin. F."
        E.- Plain.

874     O.- Female Sitting with left hand on a harp, "Payable at the 
            Pawnbrokers Office." Ex. "Bishop St"
        R.- "W F B & Co." in Cypher. Above "Penny," below "1804" & "Token."
            "Licenced by Act of Parliament." In a Collar. 
        E.- Plain.

875     O.- Two Men working at a Rolling Mill, "One Penny Token. Ex.
            J. Hilles Dublin."
        R.- Branch of Shamrocks, "Payable in Bank of Ireland Notes, 1813."
        E.- Milled.

876     O.- "Thos Mooney & Sons." Across the Field "Ironmongers 40 & 41 Pill
            Lane Dublin." "Rere of the Four Courts."
        R.- Building, "Foundation Laid 1786." Ex. "Opened 1796." In small
            letters, "J. Parkes Dublin." White Metal. 
        E.- Plain.

877     O.- Laurelled Bust to left, "Wellington & Erin go Bragh 1813."
        R.- Harp Crowned "E. Stephens. Dublin."
        E.- Milled.

878     O. Similar to last. The connection between the Shoulder Knot and 
            Collar different. 
        R and E.- As last.

879     O. R and E.- As last, struck upon another Token.

880     O.- Similar to 877, Date "1814."
        R and E.- As 877.

881     As last, struck upon another Token

882     O.- Similar to last. Leg. commencing nearer Bust.
        R.- Ditto.  Bottom of Harp nearer Leg. E.- As 877.

883     O.- Similar to 877. The points of the Laurel not extending beyond the
        Forehead. R and E.- As last.

884     O. R and E.- As last. Struck upon another Token.

885     O.- Similar to last. Different arrangement of the Hair. 
            The surface uneven.
        R and E.- As last.

886     Similar to last and Countermarked "R. S. HEDLEY."

887     O.- A broader Bust to left, "Wellington & Erin go Bragh." "J. Parkes"
            on Bust. 
        R.- Harp Crowned, "Edwd Stephens 1816."
        E.- Milled.

888     O.- The Leg. nearer to Bust, and the end of the Riband opposite 
            the "G."
        R.- The Cross on the Crown pointing between the "TE."  E.- As 877.

889     O.- The Leg. much nearer the Bust.
        R and E.- As 887. A flaw across the Harp to the left edge.

890     O.- As last. R.- Similar to 887. E.- As 887.

891     Similar to 887. A small "P" on Bust.
        R.- Ditto. E.- As 887.

892     O.- Similar Bust, "Wellington" above, "Erin go Bragh" below. 
            "I. Parkes F." on the Bust.
        R and E.- As 889, except the Flaw.

893     O.- Similar Bust "Wellington & Victory 1814." "J. Parkes" on Bust.
        R - Britannia Seated, to her left an Oval Shield on which is a Harp,
            "Edwd Bewley." Ex. "1816." Below the Shield "I.P.F."
        E.- Milled.

894     O.- In double Circle "Token," below "James's Street." 
            "Edward Stephens Dublin." Border of Oval Figures.
        R - In double Circle, a Cock, above "Merchants," below "Stores." "For
            the use of his own Establishment, 1813." Border of Oval Figures.
        E.- Milled.

895     O.- Similar to last, but from different die. Border of Dots.
        R.- Similar to last, "James's" above, and "Street" below the double 
            Circle. Border of Dots. 
        E.- As last.

896     O.- Building, on which is inscribed New Ironmongery." Ex. "Hall."
            "Good Articles Small Profits. Cash only. No Abatement."
        R.- In Inner Circle "G. & W. Whitestone Proprietors 24 North Earl St.
            Dublin. Ironmongery Cutlery Brushes Saddlery Japanned Ware
            &c." White Metal. 
        E.- Plain.

897     The same on smaller blank. White Metal.

898     O.- As 896.
        R.- In Inner Circle "Wm Whitestone 24 North Earl St. Dublin." 
            "Ironmongery, Cutlery, Brushes, Saddlery, japanned, Wares &c."
        E.- Milled. Brass.

899     O.- Building, "Royal Dublin Society." Below "J. Parkes, F."
        R.- "To Commemorate the 6th Exhibition of Irish Manufacture." "Royal
            Dublin Society June 1844."

900     Penny Geo. III. 1797 C'marked, "Bigger Bolton Street Cutler Dublin."

901     Ditto,  Ditto,  "Bigger Dublin."

KING'S COUNTY

CHARLEVILLE FOREST

902     O.- Arms & Supporters of the Earl of Charleville & Motto "Virtus 
            sub Cruce Crescit" in a Corded Circle, above "Charleville," 
            below "Forest." "Industry shall Prosper." On each side of 
            "1802" a Branch of Shamrocks.
        R.- In a Corded Circle "Payable at Tullamoore first Tuesday in each 
            Month." Above, two Branches of Shamrock, below, Olive Branches. 
            "One Shilling and One Penny" Ornaments.

903     A Bronze Proof of last.

904     O.- As 902.
        R.- Similar to 902. The difference may be distinguished by comparing 
            the relative position of the Centre Legend with the Outer. 
            The Branches at top different and the Ornaments on Outer 
            Circle larger.

Co LONDONDERRY

COLERAINE

905     O.- Female Seated, in her right hand Scales, on her left arm a 
            Cornucopia, "W. Mc. Kenzie Coleraine." A Ship in distance.
        R.- "One Penny Token 1813" in a Wreath of Shamrocks and Palms.
        E.- Milled.

Co. TIPPERARY

CLOGHJORDAN (the normal spelling)

906     O.- "William Hodgins Banker Cloghjordan."
        R.- Rose, Shamrock and Thistle, "Ireland 1858."

Co. TYRONE

STRABANE

907     O.- Similar to 905. "G. Irvine. Strabane."
        R and E.- As 905.

MISCELLANEOUS

908     O.- Harp Crowned, "Prosperity to Old Ireland 1754." Ornaments.
        R.- A Courtier with drawn Sword, Standing in a threatening attitude 
            beside a Table on which is a quantity of Coins, and towards which 
            a hand is reaching, "Touch not says Kildare." Ex. "MDCCLV." 
            NOTE.- The first letter of Leg. should be T but in my impression 
            which is a good one, the letter has not been completed.

909     O.- Harp Crowned "Hibernia 1805."
        R.- In a Circle "One Penny." "For Public Accommodation."
        E.- Milled.

910     O.- Harp Crowned, "Ireland 1806."
        R.- Harp Crowned, "Ireland."

911     As last, except no Date.

912     O.- Bust to right, "St Patrick Apos 432." Struck over another Coin.
        R.- Harp Crowned, "Ireland 1806."
        E.- Milled.

913     O.- As Last. Struck over a Wellington Token and reads 
            "St Patrick Apos 43 Bragh."
        R.- Harp Crowned, "Edwd. Stephens 1816." but is curiously mixed up 
            with previous Leg. and reads "Irephens D 180816."

914     O.- Bust to left with long flowing Hair, a Cross on breast, 
            "St. Patrick Apos 432." A small "P" (Parkes) on Bust.
        R.- Female Seated with Olive Branch and Spear, beside an Oval Shield, 
            on which is a Harp, "Hibernia." Ex. "1815" struck on a 
            "Wellington and Erin go Bragh" Coin. 
        E.- Milled.

915     O.- Different Bust to left in a Wig. "One Pound Value for 240."
        R.- Harp Crowned "Ireland" Date confused by being struck over another.
        E.- Milled.

916     O.- As last. Struck over another.
        R.- Similar to last, except "Hibernia 1815."
        E.- Milled.

917     O.- Bust to left, (?) Daniel O'Connell "Luke xx: Chap. xxv. Ver." 
            In small letters below the Bust "E. Stephens."
        R.- Harp Crowned, "Ireland 1818." E.- Milled.

918     O.- Larger and broader Bust to left, "Irelands Advocate."
        R.- Harp Crowned, "May our Friends Prosper." E.- Plain.

919     Penny of Geo. III 1797. Countermarked with an Inverted Crown over
        "Danl. O'Connell."

910     O.- Bust to right, "Luke xx: Chap. xxv. Ver."
        R.- Harp Crowned, "Ireland 1818." E.- Milled. 
        
        Another specimen.- See Supplement.

921     O.- As last. R.- Harp Crowned, "Ireland 1821." E.- Milled.

922     As last, except no dot after Leg. on O. Struck over another.

923     O.- As 920. R.- Britannia Seated, "Hibernia." Ex. "1822."

924     O.- Different Bust to right, "Wellington & Erin go Bragh."
        R.- Harp Crowned, "Ireland 1818." E.- Milled.

925     O.- Similar to last, but reads "Wellington Erin go Bragh."
        R.- Harp Crowned, "Ireland 1822."

926     O.- Bust similar to 920, "One Penny Token."
        R.- Harp Crowned, "Ireland 1819."
        E.- Milled.

927     O.- Similar to last. Legend nearer Bust and no dot after it.
        R.- Harp Crowned, "Ireland 1820."
        E.- Milled.

928     O.- Similar but slightly different Bust to right, "One Penny Token."
        R.- Harp Crowned, "Ireland 1820."
        E.- Milled.

929     O.- Similar to last, but on thinner and smaller blank.
        R.- As last. E.- Plain.

BATTY
IRELAND

Co. ANTRIM

Belfast

3479A   O.- "John . G . Mc.Gee & Co. Clothiers and Hatters Pantecnetheca. 
            Belfast.
        R.- Building and Trees, "Great Industrial Exhibition." Ex. 
            "Dublin 1853."

3479B   O.- "Moore & Co. Fountain St." "Patent" above; "Belfast" below.
        R.- Incuse. Tin.

3479C   O.- "Kirken & Co. Belfast. R.- Incuse. Tin.

3479D   O.- "Wheeler & Co. Chemists." "Glasgow" above; "Belfast" below.
        R.- Incuse. Tin.

Co. ARMAGH

Newry

3479E   O.- "Mc.Caul & Campbell." "Patent" above; "Newry" below.
        R.- Incuse. Tin.

Co. CORK

Cork

3480    O.- "I F & Co." in cypher, "Halfpenny. Payable. in. Cork. or. Dublin."
        R.- Fame flying, blowing a Trumpet, a Sprig of Laurel in left Hand,
            "For . the . Convenience . of . the . Public . 1794."

3481    O.- Similar to last, the cypher slightly different, and further from 
            the Leg. at the bottom.
        R.- Similar to last, the Feet and Sprig in different position with 
            the Leg.

3481A   As last. Bronze.

3482    O.- As 3481. R.- "H S & Co." in cypher, between Laurel Branches.

3482A   As last. Bronze.

3483    O.- 3481.
        R.- Female standing with right Hand holding a pair of Compasses, and
            the left resting upon an Anchor, "For the . Use of. Trade"; 
            Palm Branches below.

3483A   As last. Bronze.

3484    O.- As 3481. R.- Bust to left, "Iacobs" below. "Robert Orchard."
            A large Flaw.

3485    O.- As 3481.
        R.- Crowned Bust to right with Sceptre, "Bryen Boiroimhe King of
            Munster." An Ornament at bottom.

3486    O.- "W H & Co" in cypher, "Payable at Cork or Dublin*"
        R.- Female seated, with left Hand holding a Harp, "For the Good of 
            the Public *1792*"

3486A   O.- "J. Lee Skittle-Alley 2d 3 & 4 South . Main . St. Cork."
        R.- "Parkes Dublin." Octagonal.

Co. DUBLIN

Dublin

3487    O.- "Cash Notes Val, Received. Dublin 1729 Iames Macullo ."
        R.- I Promise to. Pay. The Bearer. on Demand. 20 Pence. A. Pound. for
            these. E.- Engrailed.

3488    O.- As last. R.- As last, slightly differently arranged. E.- Plain.

3488A   O.- As last. 
        R.- Similar to the two last, differently arranged. E.- Plain.

3489    O.- Justice standing between two Pillars, "1731" above. "I . Promise
            20. Shillings . Pound . Str."
        R.- Fleur-de-Lys, "Cash . Notes . Value . recd. I. Maculla."
        E.- Engrailed.

3490    O. and R.- As last. E.- Plain.

3490A   As last, on larger Blank.

3490B   O.- Laureate Bust to left, "Brunswick Halfpenny 1795."
        R.- Britannia seated, "Rule Britannia."
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or London

3490C   O.- A cypher indistinct, "Token . Paid all round Dublin."
        R.- Female seated leaning on a Harp, "Incorborared by Parlerment."
            Ex. "1792." E.- Plain.

3491    O.- "H M Co." in cypher, "Camac Kyan and Camac Halfpenny."
        R.- Female seated to left with left Hand resting on a Harp of six 
            strings, "Incorporated by Act of Parliament 1792."
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or at Ballymurtagh. +. +."

3491A   O. and R.- As last
        E.- As last, except only one Cross and three dots. Bronze.

3491B   O. and R.- As 3491. E.- "Payable in Dublin at Ballymurtagh. +.+."

3491C   As 3491, except only a dot after the Edge reading.

3492    O. and R.- As 3491. E.- "Payable in Dublir at Ballymurtagh. +. +."

3493    O. and R.- As 349l. E.- "Pay or at B Dublin or atable in Drtagh.+.+."

3493A   O. and R.- Similiar to 3491. E.- As 349lC

3493B   O. and R.- As last. E.- As 3491, except only one Cross and two dots.

3493C   O. and R.- Similar to 3491.
        E.- Plain. Countermarked "Fennell" on R. Small and thin.

3493D   O. and R.- Similar to 3491. E.- "Ayable in Dublin or Ballymurtagh. +."

3493E   O. and R.- Similar to last. E.- As last.

3493F   O. and R.- As 3493D E.- As 3493B

3494    O.- As 349l.
        R.- Female seated to right, the right Hand on an inverted Cornucopia 
            of Fruit, and the left Arm resting on an Anchor, "May Ireland
            Flourish," an Ornament at bottom.
        E.- "Payable in Anglesey London or Liverpool."

3495    O.- As 3491. R.- Three-quarter Bust to right, "George Prince of Wales
            Halfpenny." E.- Milled.

3496    O.- As 3491.
        R.- Crowned Bust to left with Star under, "John of Gaunt Duke of
            Lancaster."

3497    O.- Similar to 3491, the cypher in different position with the Leg., 
            the lower part of which is in smaller Letters.
        R.- Similar to 3491. Twelve Strings to the Harp.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or Ballymurtagh."

3498    O.- Similar to last, the cypher in different position with the Leg.
        R.- Similar to last, the Harp terminates a little higher up the Leg. 
            and the Head of the Female nearer the top. E.- As last.

3498A   O. and R. Similar to the two last.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin oat Ballymurtagh."

3499    O.- Similar to 3497, the cypher in different position with the Leg.
        R.- Similar to 3497, Ten Strings to the Harp.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or at Ballymurtagh."

3499A  O. and R.- Similar to last, "Camac" nearer the cypher.

3500    O.- Similar to last, the "O" in the cypher a little lower.
        R.- Similar to last, the Head of the Female nearer the top. 
        E.- As 3497.
            NOTE.- The remainder of this class vary in a similar degree 
            to the above; the varieties are so slight and so numerous 
            that I shall not attempt to particularise them, but give only 
            such peculiarities that may more easily distinguish them and 
            less confuse the Collector.

3501    O.-Similar to 3500.
        R.- Similar to 3500, Nine Strings to the Harp. E.- As 3499.

3501A   Similar to last. Double struck, and reads "Ayable at Dublin or 
        Ballymurtagh" on Edge.

3502    O. and R.- Similar to 3501.     E.- As 3497.

3503    O. and R.- Similar to 3501.     E.- As 3499.

3503A   O. and R.- Similar to last.     E.- As 3497.

3504    O. and R.- Similar to 3501.     E.- As 3497.

3505    O. and R.- Similar to 3501.     E.- As 3497.

3505A   O. and R.- Similar to previous five.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or Ballmuretgh."

3506    O. and R.- Similar to 3501. E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork and Belfast"

3507    O. and R - Similar to 3501. E.- Plain.

3508    Similar to last, on larger and thinner Blank.

3509    As last, on small thin Blank.

3510    Similar to last, of very coarse workmanship.

3511    Similar to 3501. E.- Rudely Milled. Brass.

3511A   O. and R.- Similar to 3501, but reads "Incorporated * by * an 
            * Act * 1795."
        E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork or Derry."

3512    O.- Similar to 3501.
        R.- Similar to 3501, Eight Strings to the Harp.
        E.- "Payable at Dublin Cork or Belfast."

3512A   As last, with additional Flaw from the commencement of Leg. to the 
        date.

3512B   As last, not in Centre.

3513    O. and R.- Similar to last. 
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or at Ballymurtagh."

3514    O.- Similar to last, the cypher in different position with the Leg.
        R.- Similar to last, the letter "A" more at the top. E.- As last.

3515    O. and R.- Similar to last.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or at Ballymurtagh.+."

3516    O. and R.- Similar to 35l4. E.- As last.

3517    O. R. and E.- Similar to 3515.

3518    O. and R.- Similar to 3515. 
        E.- As 3515, except no dot after the Cross.

3519    O. and R.- Similar to 3515. E.- "Payable in Dublin or Ballymurtagh."

3519A   O. and R.- Similar to last. E.- As last.

3520    O.- Similar to last
        R.- Similar to last, the "T" on the top of the Head. E.- As last.

3521    O. and R.- Similar to last, the Letters in Legends larger. 
        E.- As 3519.

3522    O. and R.- Similar to 3519. E.- "Ayable in Dublin or Ballymurtaghh."

3522A   O. and R.- Similar to 3512 and 3519.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork or Derry."

3523    O. and R.- As 3512. E.- Plain.

3524    As last, smaller and thinner.

3525    O. and R.- Similar to 3512. E.- Plain.

3525A   As last. Bronze.

3525B   As 3525. Brass.

3526    O.- Similar to 3525, the Leg. further from the cypher.
        R.- Similar to 3525. the Leg. tenninates higher. E.- Plain.

3527    Similar to 3525.

3527A   As last, except no date.

3528    Similar to 3525.
        NOTE.- These three vary on O. and R. in the relative position of
        the cypher. and the Head of the Female with the Legends.

3529    O.- Similar to 3912. 
        R- Similar to 3512, the first "N" in the Leg. inverted. E.- Plain.

3530    O. and R.- Similar to 3491, Seven Strings to the Harp.
        E.- Payable in Dublin or at Ballymurtagh. +."

3530A   O.- Incuse. R.- Similar to last. E.- Plain.

3531 to 3536C Similar to 3530. (See Note to 3528.)

3536D  Similar to the last eight. Bronze.

3537    O. and R.- Similar to 3530. E.- "Ayable in Dublin or at Ballymurtagh."

3537A   As last, except E.- "Payable in Dublin o at Ballymurtagh."

3538    O. and R.- Similar to 3530. E.- As 3337, with a Cross after the dot.

3539    O. and R.- Similar to 3530. E.- "Payable in Dublin or Ballymurtagh."

3539A-C O. and R.- Slight varieties of last. E.- As last.

3540    Similar to 3539. (See Note to 3528.)

3540A   O. and R. Similar to 3530. E.- "Yable at Dublin or at Ballymurt."

3541    O. and R.- Similar to 3530. E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork or Belfast."

3541A   O. and R.- Similar to last. E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork or Derry."

3541B   O. and R.- Similar to last. E.- As last.

3542    O. and R.- Similar to 3530.
        E."Payable in Dublin Derry or Limerick."

3543    Similar to 3530, with E.- Plain.

3543A   A variety of last, with E.- Plain.

3544    As last, except part of the Legends wanting on account of the Dies 
        not being struck on the centre of the Blank.

3545    O.- Similar to 3491.
        R.- Similar to 3530, and reads "Incorporated by Act of Parlourment
            1792." E.- Plain.

3545A   O. and R.- Similar to 3530, but reads "atc" instead of "Act." 
        E.- Plain.

3546    O.- Similar to 3491, but without the small "o" in the cypher, which 
            is "H M C" only. R.- Similar to 3530. E.- As 3539

3547    O.- Similar to 3491.
        R.- Similar to 3491, with Six double Strings to the Harp.
        E.- "Piayable in Dublin or at Ba."

3547A   O. and R.- Similar to last.
        E.- "Payable by "S. Savage or ..... Dublin." The second name is
            indistinct, and the "S" inverted.

3548    O.- Similar to 3546, the cypher without the small "o."
        R.- Similar to 3491, Six Strings to the Harp. E.- As 3539.

3548A   A variety of last.

3548B   O. and R.- Similar to 3548. E.- As 3530.

3549    O.- Similar to 3548, the Letters larger.
        R.- Similar to last, the Leg. terminating lower.
        E.- "N Dublin Ballymurtagh."

3549A   O.- Similar to last.
        R.- Similar to last, but reads "Industry. has. its. sure. Reward."
        E.- "Payable in Dublin Derry or Limerick."

3550    O. and R.- Similar to 3548, but dated "1796."
        E.- "Plain, on thinner Blank, and ruder workmanship.

3550A   O. and R.- As last. E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork and Belfast."

3550B   O. and R.- Similar to 3550. "Co" in the cypher.
        E.- "In Dery Cork and Belfast."

3550C   O. and R.- Similar to 3548.
        E.- "In Dublin Cork and Belfast" over another reading.

3550D   O. and R.- Similar to 355OB E.- As 3550A

3551    O. and R.- Similar to 3491, double struck, showing half of the 
            impression on O. and R. twice. E.- As 3539.

3551A   O.- As 349l.
        R.- Crowned Bust to left, "John of Gaunt Duke of Lancaster." A Star
            below. 
        E.- "Payable in Anglesey London or Liverpool."

3551B   O. and R.- As last. E.- Plain. Smaller and thinner.

3551C   O. and R.- Similar to 3491, Five Strings to the Harp.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or Ballymurtagh."

3551D   O. and R.- Similar to last. E.- Plain. Struck on another Coin.

3552    O.- "H M Co" in cypher, "Camac . Kyan . and . Camac One . 
            Halfpenny 1793." A large Flaw to the right, near the top.
        R.- Crowned Female seated to the right holding a Harp, a Still in 
            front, "Payable at Dublin or Ballymurtagh."

3552A   O.- As last, countermarked "T. T." and without the Flaw.
        R.- Similar to last.

3552B   As 3552, without the Flaw, and on thinner Blank.

3553    O.- Similar to 3552, the "O" in the cypher through the up-stroke of
            the "C."
        R.- Similar to last, the Retort pointing towards the Leg. lower.

3553A   O.- Similar to 3552. R.- Similar to last, with Retort pointing lower.

3554    O.- Similar to last. no dot after "Camac" and "Kyan," a Flaw at the 
            top over the "and."
        R.- Similar to two last, the Retort pointing above the "E," and 
            Mining Tools below.

3554A   O.- Similar to last, the upper Legend commencing and terminating 
            higher, and a Flaw obliterating the upper part of "and." 
        R.- As last.

3555    O.- Similar to two last, the upper and lower Leg. nearer, and no dot 
            after "One." R.- As last.

3555A   As last. Bronze.

3556    O.- Similar to 3552, no dot after "Kyan." R.- As 3552.

3557    O.- Similar to 3552, no "o" in the cypher, which reads "H M C."
        R.- Similar to 3554, the Still partly hid behind the Female, and 
            the Retort pointing to the letter "L," and the position of 
            Mining Tools reversed.

3557A  As last. Bronze.

3558    O.- As last.
        R.- Similar to 3552, the Retort pointing to the Limb of the "L."

3559    O.- Similar to 3554, no "o', in the cypher, and "I D. S C P. F" over 
            the date. 
        R.- As last, with large Flaw obliterating part of "Dublin."

3560    O.- "H M Co" in cypher, "Camac Kyan and Camac Halfpenny."
        R.- Female seated to left holding a Harp with Twelve Strings, a Still 
            in front, "1794" below; within a Border of Leaves, surrounded 
            by a dotted Circle; a dot after the date.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or at Ballymurtagh. +."

3561    O.- As last.
        R.- Similar to last, the date slightly different, the top of the 
            figure 1 being below the top of the 7. Eleven Strings to the 
            Harp.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or at Ballymurta."

3562    O.- As 3560.
        R.- Similar to 3560, the Retort pointing in different position with 
            the Border of Leaves, and no dot after the date, Twelve Strings 
            to the Harp. E.- As 3560.

3563    O.- As 3560.
        R.- Similar to last, no dot after the date, and the four larger than 
            the other Figures, Twelve Strings to the Harp. E.- As 3560.

3564    O.- As 3560.
        R.- Similar to 3562, the point of the Retort further from the Border 
            and in different position with the Border, Eleven Strings to 
            the Harp.
        E.- As 3560.

3564A   As last. Bronze.

3565    O.- As 3560.
        R.- Similar to 3562, Twelve Strings to the Harp, the Retort and date
            smaller.

3566    O.- As 3560.
        R.- Similar to 3563, Eleven Strings to the Harp, the Retort 
            terminating nearer the Border. E.- As 3560.

3567    O.- As 3560.
        R.- Similar to 3562, a small Flower near the Harp, Thirteen Strings 
            to the Harp. E.- As 3560.

3567A   As last, with Flaw on R., and on smaller Blank.

3568    O.- Similar to 3560, the Leg. commences a little higher.
        R. and E.- As 3560.

3568A   O.- "H M Co" in cypher, "Camac Kyan and Camac . Halfpenny."
        R.- Female seated to left holding a Harp, "Incorporated by Parliament
            1793."
        E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork or Derry." Conder, p. 190. No. 31.

3569    O.- "H M Co" in cypher, "Camac. Kyan and Camac Halfpenny.
        R.- Female seated to left holding a Harp with Nine Strings, 
        "Incorporated by Act of Parliament 1794."
        E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork or Belfast."

3570    O.- "H M Co" in cypher, "Camac Ryan and Camac . Halfpenny."
        R.- Female seated to left holding a Harp with Nine Strings, 
            "Incorporated * by * an * Act *" Ex. "1795." E.- Rudely Milled.

3571    O.- "H M C" in cypher, "Camac Kyan and Camac Halfpenny."
        R.- Female seated to left holding a Harp with Six Strings, 
            "Incorporated by Act of Parliament 1796." E.- Plain.

3572    O.- "H M C" in cypher, "Camac Terner and Ccarma Halfpeady."
        R.- Female seated to left holding a Harp with Six Strings, 
        "Incorporated by an Ac of Barliment 1792." E.- Plain.

3573    O.- "H M Co" in cypher, "Turner Camac Chairman Halfpenny."
        R.- Female seated to left holding a Harp with Six Strings, 
            "Incorporated by act of Parliament 1792."
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or Ballymurtagh."

3573A   Similar to last, a Flaw on the cypher.

3573B   As 3573, not in centre.

3574    O.- Similar to 3573.
        R.- Similar to 3573, Seven Strings to the Harp. E.- As 3573.

3575 to 3578    inclusive, similar to last, and vary on O. in the relative 
            position of the cypher with thc Legend. and on R. the 
            position of the Female relatively to the Letters in the Legend.

3578A   O. and R.- Similar to the last six.
        E.- "Ayable in Dublin or Ballymurtag."

3579    O.- Similar to 3573.
        R.- Similar to 3574, Eight Strings to the Harp. E.- As 3573.

3580    O. and R.- As last. E.- "Ayable in Dublin or Ball."

3581    O.- Similar to 3573.
        R.- Sim.to 3579. (See remarks on 3575, which also apply to next two.)
        E.- As 3573.

3582    O.- Similar to 3573. R.- Similar to 3579. E.- As 3573.

3583    O.- Similar to 3573. R.- Similar to 3579. E.- As 3573.

3583A   Similar to previous five, part of Legends not impressed.

3584    O.- Similar to 3573.
        R.- Similar to 3579, Nine Strings to the Harp. E.- As 3573.


3585    O.- Similar to 3573.
        R.- Similar to last, Fourteen Strings to the Harp. E.- As 3573.

3586    O.- "I M Co" in cypher, "Camack Kian ------ Halfpenny."
        R.- Similar to 3573, & reads "Incoporeted by Act of Parlerment 1792."
            Six Strings to the Harp. E.- Plain.

3587    O.- "I M Co" in cypher, "Camak Kian and Camak Halfpenny."
        R. and E.- As last.

3588    O.- Similar to last. R. and E.- As last.

3589    O.- "H M Co" in cypher, "Camac Kian ..... fady."
        R.- Female seated holding a Harp with Nine Strings, "In.... of
            Parliamentment 1792. E.- Plain.

3590    O.- "H M Co" in cypher, "Calmac Ryan and Calmac Halfpenny."
        R.- Female seated to left holding a Harp with Eight Strings, 
            "Incorporated by Act of Parliament 1792." 
        E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork or Derry."

3591    O.- "H M Co" in cypher, "Canac . Ryan . and . Canac . Halfpenny."
            An Arrow head before and after "Halfpenny."
        R.- Similar to last, Six Strings to the Harp. E.- Plain.

3592    O.- Similar to last, an Arrow head instead of dots bctween the first 
            four words in the Leg. A dot before and after "Halfpenny."
        R.- Similar to 3590. Nine Strings to the Harp.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or Ballishannon."

3592A   O. and R.- Similar to 3591. Six Strings to the Harp. E.- As last.

3592B   O.- "H M Co" in cypher, "Kamuc Kyan and Kamuc Halfpenny."
        R.- Female seated to left holding a Harp with Seven Strings, 
            "Incorporated . by . an . Act." Ex. "1792." 
        E.- "Passable Every Where."

3593    O.- Similar to 3591, no dots between the words.
        R.- Female seated to left holding a Harp with Nine Strings, "Industry
            has its sure Reward 1794." E.- "In Dublin Derry."

3594    O.- Similar to last.
        R.- Similar to last, Eight Strings to the Harp, and dated "1799."
        E.- Plain.

3594A  As last. Bronze.

3594B   O.- Similar to 3594. R.- Similar to 3594. the date "1799" curved.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin Derry or Limerick" over another edge reading.

3595    O.- "H M C" in cypher, "Canac . Ryan . and Canac . Halfpenny."
        R.- Female seated to left holding a Harp with Six Strings. "Industry 
            has its sure Reward . 1792." 
        E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork or Derry."

3596    O. and R.- As last. E.- "Dublin."

3596A   O.- Similar to last. R.- Similar to 3590; Seven Strings to the Harp.
            E.- "Payable at Dublin Derry or Limerick."

3596B   O. and R.- Similar to 3595. E.- "Payable in Dublin Derry or."

3597    O. "H M Co" in cypher, "Canac Roan and Canac Halfpenny."
        R.- Female seated to left holding a Harp with Eight Strings; 
            "Incorporated by Act of Parliament 1792." E.- As 3595.

3598    O.- Similar to last. but reads "Rone" instead of "Roan."
        R.- Similar to last, Nine Strings to the Harp. E.- As 3595.

3598A   O. and R.- Similar to last. E.- As 3592.

3598B   O.- "H M Co" in cypher, "Kamuc Kean and Kamuc . Halfpenny."
        R.- Female seated holding a Harp, "Incorporated by an Act 1795."
        E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork or Derry." Conder, p. 191. No. 40.

3599    O.- "H M Co" in cypher, "Dublin" above; "Halfpenny" below.
        R.- Female seated to left holding a Harp with Six Strings, "Payable
            at . Cork . or. Dublin." Ex. "1792." E.- Plain.

3600    O.- "H M Co" in cypher. "Dublin . Lim."
        R.- Female seated to left, "Oberated by .... 1 ..."
        E.- Plain.

3601    O.- "R L T & Co" in cypher, "Pro . Bono . Publico."
        R.- Female seated to left holding a Harp with Seven Strings;
            "Industry has . its . sure . Reward." Ex. "1792." A dot 
            and an Arrow head at the commencement of the Leg.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or Derry."

3601A   O.- Similar 3601 the upper Legend has no dot after it and terminates
            closer to the Monogram. R. and E.- As 3601.

3602    O.- Similar to last, no dot after the upper Leg., which terminates 
            lower, & the Monogram cypher is "R L T & C," the "o" left out.
        R.- Similar to last; Six Strings to the Harp, and no Arrow head; the
            Female's Head under "its." E.- "Payable in Dublin or."

3603    O. and R.- As last. E.- Plain.

3604    O.- Similar to 3602, the cypher and Letters of Leg. much smaller.
        R.- Female seated to left holding a Harp with Five Strings; 
            "Industry has it.s sure Reward 1792," in large Letters.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork or Limerick."

3605    O.- As last.
        R.- Similar to last, Seven Strings to the Harp, the Letters in Leg. 
            very small, and a comma in "it,s" instead of a dot. 
        E.- As last.

3605A   As last, countermarked "V. Larking."

3606    O.- Similar to 3601, the upper Leg. touching the cypher.
        R.- Similar to last, the Letters a trifle larger, and the date "1792" 
            faintly impressed much lower; Seven Strings to the Harp, no 
            dot or comma in "its." E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork or Derry."

3607    O.- "RLT & Co" in cypher, a star at each side, "Pro * Bono  Publico."
        R.- Female seated to left holding a Harp with Six Strings; "Industry
            has . its . sure . Reward." Ex. "1792."
        E.- "Payable in Dupli Cork Derry or Limric."

3607A   O. and R.- As last. E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork Derry or Limerick."

3608    O. and R.- As last. E.- "Payable in Duplin Cork Derry or Limrick."

3608A   As last, not in Centre.

3609    O.- "R L T & Co" in cypher, an Arrow head at each side, "Pro * Bono
            Publico."
        R.- Similar to 3607, Six Strings to file Harp, and an Arrow head 
            with a dot under it, after "Industry" and "sure."
        E.- As last, with the same misspelling.

3610    O. and R.- As last. E.- "Payable Duplin Cork Derry or Limrick."

3611    O.- As 3609, with a broad Flaw, which joins the "R" to the "L" in the
            cypher. R. and E.- As last

3612    O.- As 3609.
        R.- Similar to 3609, with dots instead of Arrow heads, and Seven 
            Strings to the Harp. E.- As 3608.

3612A  O.- As last.
        R.- Similar rude representation of a Female holding a Harp with Six
            Strings; "Incorporated. by. Act. of. Parliament." Ex. "1792."
        E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork Derry or Limric."

3612B   O. and R.- As last. E.- "Payable in Dubli Cork Derry or Limri."

3613    O.- A small "o" before "R L T & C" in cypher; "Pro * Bono . Publico."
            A Star at each side of the cypher. R. and E.- As 3606.

3613A   O.- As last. R.- As 3602.
        E.- "Paiable Duplin Cork Derry or Limrick."

3613B   O. and R.- As 3613. E.- "Payable Duplin Cork Derry or."

3614    O.- As last.
        R.- Similar to 3609, with a Star and dot after "Industry," an Arrow 
            head after "has" and "its," with a dot after each of the other 
            words in the Leg., Seven Strings to the Harp. E.- As 3608

3614A   O. and R.- As last. E.- Plain.

3615    O.- "R L T & Co" in cypher, "Pro . Bono * Publico . Halfpenny."
        R.- Similar to 3608, with an Arrow head after "Industry," "has,  its,
            and "sure," and has a large Flaw.
        E.- Rather indistinct, but probably as 3608.

3616    O.- Similar to last, with a dot between each word.
        R.- Similar to 3604, no dots or Arrow head between the words, 
            each "S" reversed, Seven Strings to the Harp.
        E.- As last; rather indistinct.

3617    O.- A Sugar loaf, and Bottle labelled "Brandy," "Talbort Fyan Grocer
            Poolbeg-Street Dublin * 1794."
        R.- Justice standing, "For the Honour and Use of Trade."
        E.- "Halfpenny Payable at Dublin Cork or Derry."

3617A   As last. Bronze.

3618    As last, on smaller Blank.

3619    O. and R.- As 3617.   E.- "Halfpenny Payable a Dublin Cork or Derry."

3619A   As last, with "x" after edge reading.

3619B   As 3619A. Smaller.

3620    O. and R.- As 3617.  E.- "Halfpenny Payable at Dublin Cork or Derr."

3621    O. and R.- As 3617.  E.- "Halfpenny Payable at Dublin Cork or Der."

3621A   O. and R.- As 3617.  E.- "Alfpenny Payable at Dublin Cork or Derry."
                       
3622    O. and R.- As 3617.  E.- "Payable at Dublin Cork or Derry x.x.x.x"

3622A   As last. Bronze.

3623    O. and R.- As 3617.  E.- "Payable at Dublin Cork or Derr x.x.x"

3624    O.- As 3617.
        R.- Female seated to right, with left Arm leaning on an Anchor and 
            holding in the right Hand an inverted Cornucopia; an Ornament 
            at bottom, "May Ireland ever Flourish."
        E.- "Manufactured by W Lutwyche Birmingham." Conder, p.191.No.42.

3625    O. and R.- As last. E.- As last, but without the "W."

3626    O. and R.- As 3624.
        E.- Milled over "Payable at the Warehouse of Thomas Clarke."

3627    O. and R.- As 3624.
        E.- Milled over "Payable at Lancaster London or Bristol."

3627A   O. and R.- As 3624. E.- Milled. Bronze.

3628    O.- Shield of Arms surmounted with a Casque; Crest, a Wolf holding a
            Crowned Head, "Payable at Michael Apseys."
        R.- A Tea Kettle over a Fire Grate, "Success to Trade."
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or London . +. +." (See Bury, Suffolk.)

3628A   O. and R.- As last. E.- Milled.

3628B   O. and R.- As last. E.- Plain.

3629    O.- An ornamented Fire Grate, "Dublin Halfpenny." Ex. "1794."
        R.- As 3625.
        E.- "Payable at W. Parkers Old Birmingham Warehouse x."

3630    As last. Bronze Proof

3630A   As 3630, except no Cross after E. reading.

3631    O. and R.- As 3629.
        E.- "Payable at W. Parkers Oli Birmingham Warehouse x."

3632    O. and R.- As 3269.
        E.- "Payable at W. Parkers Ol Birmingham Warehouse x"

3633    O. and R.- As 3629.
        E.- "Ayable at W. Parkers Old Birmingham Warehouse."

3633A   O. and R.- As 3629.
        E.- "Ble at W. Parkers Old Birmingham Warehouse."

3634    O. and R.- As 3629.
        E.- As 3629, except no Cross at the End.

3634A   O. and R.- As 3629.
        E.- "Payable at W. Parkers O Birmingham Warehouse."

3635    O. and R.- As 3629.
        E.- "Payable in Lancaster London or Bristol."

3636    O. and R.- As 3629.  E.- "Payable in Lancaster Ondon or Bristol."

3636A   O. and R.- As 3629.  E.- "Payable in Lancaster Iondon or Bristol."

3637    O. and R.- As 3629.  E.- Milled.

3638    O.- Similar to 3629, dated "1795," the Ornament at the top different,
            and a dot after the Leg.
        R.- Similar to 3629, the Ornament larger and different, and a large 
            Flaw through part of the Legend. E.- As 3629.

3639    O.- As last.
        R.- Similar to last, no Flaw, and the Leg. terminates higher. 
        E.- As 3631.

3640    O. and R.- As last. E.- "Payable at W. Park   gham Warehouse."

3641    O.- As last, except a Flaw on the left frame-work of the Grate.
        R.- As 3639. E.- As 3633.

3642    O. and R.- As last. E.- As 3635.

3643    O. and R.- As 3641. E.- "Able in Lancaster London or Bristol."

3644    O. and R.- As 3641. E.- "Lancaster London or B."

3645    O. and R.- As 364l. E.- Milled.

3646    O. and R.- As 3641.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or London." Conder, p. 191. No.45.

3647    O.- Justice standing with Scales in left Hand and Sword in right, 
            dividing the date 1794," "The Land we live in Halfpenny."
        R.- "L & R" in cypher, Sprigs of Leaves at bottom, "Pro me * 
            si merere * in me."
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or Harolds Cross Button Factory *"

3647A   As last. Bronze.

3648    O. and R.- As last.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin Harolds Cross Button Factary *"

3649    O.-Similar to 3647, the folds of the Dress on the Ground different, 
            and the Riband from behind differently curved. R.- As 3647.
        E.- As 3647, with a dot on each side of the Star.

3650    O. and R.- As last.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or Hafolds Cross. Button Factory *."

3651    O.- Similar to 3647 and 3649, the Riband more straight, and the 
            folds of Dress different.
        R.- Similar to 3647, without the Stars, and the top of the down 
            stroke of "R" in the cypher commences higher, and nearer 
            the Leg.
        E.- Payable in Dublin or Hafoids Cross Button Factory.*."

3652    O.- As last.
        R.- Similar to last. with a Star after "Me" and "Merear," but 
            different from 3647. E.- As last, with same misspelling.

3653    O. and R.- As last. 
        E.- As last, but reads "Actory" instead of "Factory."

3654    O.- Similar to 3647, the Riband different, "The + Land + we + live + 
            in + Halfpenny +" R.- As 3647.
        E.- As 3650, with same misspelling.

3654A   O.- As last. R.- As 3651. E.- As 3647.

3654B   O. and R.- As 3654.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or Harolds Cross Button Tory."

3655    O.- Justice standing with Scales in right Hand, and a Sword in the 
            left dividing the date "1794." Leg. as 3647.
        R.- "L & R" in cypher, within a Wreath of Oak. E.- As 3647.

3656    O.- Hope standing, "Prosperity to Ireland." Ex. "1794."
        R.- "M F W" in cypher, "Incorporated by Act of Parliament."
        E.- "Pay . the . Bearer . One . Halfpenny . in . Dublin."

3657    O. and R.- As last. E.- "Pay.the.Bearer.One.Halfpenny.in.Dub."

3658    O. and R.- As 3656. E.- "Pay.the.Bearer.Halfpenny.in.Dublin."

3659    O. and R.- As 3656. E.- Plain.

3660    O.- Hope standing, "Irish Halfpenny." Ex. "1795."
        R.- A Man of War sailing, Sprigs of Leaves below, "Navigation and
            Trade." E.- "Payable in Dublin and Belfast," and five Crosses.

3661    O. and R.- As last. E. "Payable in Dubbo Cork and Belfast + + +."

3662    O. and R.- As 3660. E.- "Payable in Dublin Ork and Belfast x x x x."

3663    O. and R.- As 3660. E.- "Payable in Dubl Ork and Belfast x x x x."

3663A   O. and R. As 3660.  E.- As 3661, except four Crosses at the end.

3663B   As last, except two Crosses

3664    As 3661. Countermarked on O., "W Downs."

3665    O.- Three Castles or Ancient Gateways, "Dublin Halfpenny" above; an
            Oak and Palm Branch below.
        R.- A Harp upon a Rock, a Ship at Sea in the distance, "God grant
            Peace." E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork or Limerick

3666    O. and R.- As last. E.- "Yable in Dublin Cory or Limerick."

3667    O. and R.- As 3665. E.- Plain.

3667A   As last. Bronze.

3668    O.- A Man of War sailing, Sprigs of Leaves below, "Payable in Dublin
            Cork Limerick or Newry."
        R.- Mitred Bust to right with Crosier, "May Ireland Flourish."
        E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork or Derry," and three quatre-foils.

3669    O. and R.- As last. 
        E.- "If needfull apply at the Warehouse of John Ord."

3670    O. and R.- As 3668. E.- "Apply at the Warehouse of John Ord."

3671    O.- Mitred Bust to right with Crosier, "Payable in Dublin Cork or
            Limerick."
        R.- A Man of War sailing, Sprigs of Leaves below, "For the Honour and
            Use of Trade." E.- Plain.

3672    As last, on thinner Blank.

3673    O.- Shield of Arms between Palm Branches, surmounted with a Crowned
            Head, "Payable . in . Dublin . Newry or . Belfast."
        R.- A Man weaving at a Loom, "... Nothing . without . Industry ..."
            Ex. "1795." E.- As 3368.
        
3673A   As last. Bronze.

3674    O. and R.- As last. E.- Plain.

3675    O.- Similar to 3673, the Letters larger and coarser.
        R.- Similar to 3673, coarser workmanship, two dots before and the 
            three after the Leg. wider apart. E.- Plain.

3676    O.- As last.
        R.- Prince of Wales' Crest dividing "Halfpenny," "Payable at . Dublin
            Cork . or. Limerick .1795." E.- Plain.

3677    O.- As 3675.
        R.- Shield of Arms between Laurel Branches, Crest, a Tea Cannister,
            "Irish . Halfpenny . Token 1796." E.- Plain.

3678    O.- As R.. 3676.
        R.- Shield of Arms of London, "Scales + Weights + & + Steel-yards +"
        E.- Plain.

3679    O.- As last.
        R.- Fame flying, "For . the . Convenience . of the . Public .1794."
        E.- Plain.

3679A   As last. Bronze.

3680    O.- As 3678.
        R.- Female standing holding an Anchor and a Quadrant, "For . the
            Good . of. Trade;" an ornament of Leaves below. E.- Plain.

3681    O.- As 3678. R.- Bost to left, "Robert Orchard." "Jacobs" below.
        E.- Plain.

3681A   As last. Bronze.

3681    O.-  As 3678.
        R.- Crowned Bust with Sceptre to right, "Bryen Boiroimhe King of
            Munster," an Ornament below. E.- Plain

3682A   As last. Bronze.

3683    As last, on smaller Blank.

3684    O.- As 3673. R.- "H S & Co" in cypher, within Laurel Branches.
        E.- Plain.

3684A   As last.

3684B   O.- As 3678.
        R.- A Crown within a radiated Circle, Sprigs of Leaves at bottom, 
            ":Loyal * Britons * Lodge .:." Conder, p.273. No. 92.

3684C   O.- As 3678.
        R.- Laureate Bust of William III. "1688," surmounted with Oak. 
            Conder, p.274. No.93.

3684D   O.- As 3678.
        R.- "David Hood Print seller Carver Gilder & Picture Frame Maker
            Cambridge." Conder, p.274. No.94. (See Cambridge.)

3685    O.- Similar to 3678, "Half" commences opposite the "L;" and "penny"
            terminates slightly higher, and the Letters are smaller.
        R.- Similar to last, the Cypher further from the Branches, and which 
            are slightly differently arranged. Coarser workmanship. 
        E.- Plain.

3686    O.- As last, except no dot after "Limerick." R. and E.- As last.

3687    O.- Prince of Wales' Crest dividing "Halfpenny" on a Riband, 
            "Payable . at . Dublin . Cork . or . Limerick .1794."
        R.- Similar to 3685, the Branches terminate with a broad leaf at top
            instead of pointed ones. E.- Plain.

3688    O.- Similar to last, different termination to Riband on the right.
        R. and E.- As last.

3689    O.- Shield suspended by a Riband, in which is a Musical Horn, and "H"
            in cypher above; "Payable . in . Dublin . or . Belfast 1795," 
            a small Ornament each side of the date, which is slanting 
            except the first figure. R. and E.- As 3679.

3690    O.- As last. R. and E.- As 3680.

3690A   O.- Similar to last.
        R.- Similar to last, the Ornaments further from the date. E.- Plain.

3691    O.- As 3689. R. and E.- As 3681.

3692    O.- As 3690. R. and E.- As 3682.

3692A   As last. Bronze.

3693    O.- As 3690. R. and E.- As 3684.

3694    O.- As 3690.
        R.- Man standing smoking a Pipe, a Mug of Beer in his right Hand, a
            Barrel under his left Arm, "Sr. George Cook . Mayor . of. 
            Garrat elecd. Augt. 14: 96." E.- Plain.

3695    O.- Sim. to 3689, the Figures in the date not leaning; coarser work.
        R. and E.- As 3692.

3695A   O.- As 3689. R.- As 3684B

3695B   O.- As 3689. R.- As 3684D

3695C   As 3695, not in Centre.

3696    O.- A Wheat Sheaf and Sickle, a Bird at each side, "Peace and Plenty
            Halfpenny."
        R.- As 3682. E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork or Derry."

3697    O.- as R.- 3677.
        R.- As 3682. E.- "Payable in Dublin or London +.+"

3698    O.- An old Man demonstrating to three young ones the advantages of
            Union; a Bundle of Sticks on the Ground. "London 
            Corresponding Society."
        R.- A Dove flying with an Olive Branch, "United for a Reform of 
            Parliament." Ex. "1795."
        E.- "Payable at Dublin Cork or Belfast. x x"

3699    O.- Bust to right, "George Prince of Wales."
        R.- Prince of Wales' Crest and Motto, "Halfpenny" above; "1794"
            below. E.- "Payable at Dublin Cork or Derry.x.x.x.x."

3699A   O.- Three-quarter Bust to left, "Princess of Wales."
        R.- The Prince of Wales' Crest radiated, "1795" below. "May the
            Union be crowned with Happiness+." E.- As 3698

3700    O.- Bust to right, "Fredk. Duke of York." Ex. "Halfpenny 1795."
        R.- Freemasons' Arms, Supporters and Crest; Motto on a Riband below,
            "Amor Honor et Justitia." Leg. "24 NOV. 1790 Prince of Wales
            elected G M." A Quatre-foil Ornament at bottom.
        E.- As 3697, with two more dots.

3700A   As last, smaller.

3700B   As 3700 Bronze.

3701    O.- As last.
        R.- Sim. to last, the Letters smaller, and an oval Ornament at bottom.
        E.- "Payable in Lin or London."

3702    O.- Similar to 3700, a dot after the Leg., and finer work.
        R.- A Man of War sailing, "The Wooden Walls of Old England."
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or London. + ."

3702A   As last, without the Star, and only one dot after E. reading.

3703    O. and R.- As last. E.- As 3700. two Crosses and three dots.

3704    O.- As 3702. 
        R.- Similar to 3702, the stern of the Ship slightly different.
        E.- "Payable in Iublin or London. + . + ."

3704A   O. and R.- As last. E.- "Payable in Ublin or London.+.+."

3705    O.- As 3702.
        R.- A Man of War sailing, "The Guard & Glory of Britain."
        E.- "Payable in Blin or London. + . + ."

3706    O.- Laureate Bust to left, "Brunswick Halfpenny 1795."
        R.- Britannia seated to left, "Rule Britannia." E.- As 3703.

3706A   As 3706. Bronze.

3707    O.- Bust to left, "Iohn Howard F.R.S. Halfpenny."
        R.- Female seated leaning on an Urn, a Laurel Branch resting on the 
            left Arm, and pointing with the right Hand to a Barred Window, 
            a small semi-nude Figure with flowing scarf, running towards 
            the Building, holding up a Key; "Go Forth" radiated; a Circle 
            of dots. Leg. "Remember the Debtors in Goal." A small Ornament 
            at bottom.
        E.- As 3703.

3708    O.- Naval Bust to left, "1795" below; "Earl Howe & the First of
            June 1794 Halfpenny." R.- As 3705. E.- As 3703.

3708A   As last. Bronze.

3709    O. and R.- As last. E.- As 3697.

3710    O. and R.- As 3708. E.- "Payable in Dublin or at Ballymurtagh. +. +."

3710A   O. and R.- As 3710. E.- "Payable at Dubli," &c

3711    O.- Bust to left, "Shakespeare."
        R.- Female seated holding Mining Tools, "Halfpenny." Ex. "1790."
        E.- As 3697.

3712    O.- Bust to right; "Iohn Wilkinson Iron Master."
        R.- Vulcan sitting working at an Anvil, "Halfpenny." Ex. "1791."
        E.- As 3710.

3712A   O.- As 3712. 
        R.- A Man working at a Forge. Ex. "1793."   E.- As 3712.

3713    O.- A Crowned oval Shield, in which are three Fleur de Lis (the 
            Arms of France); a Laurel Branch at each side; "74" below. 
            "Iohn. Brewer. French. Arms. Dublin." A small Ornament at bottom.
        R.- "Dealer in . Foreign Wines and Spiritous Liquors." E.- Plain.

3714    O. and R.- As last. E.- Milled.

3715    O.- A Negro in Chains in a supplicating posture, "Am I not a Man 
            and a Brother."
        R.- Two Hands joined, "May Slavery and Opression cease throughout
            the World +" E.- "Payable in Dublin or London +. +"

3715A   O. and R.- As last. E.- "Payable Dublin or London. +."

3716    O. and R.- As last. E.- "Payable in Dublin or Londo. +."

3716A   O. and R.- As 3715. E.- "Payable in Dublin or London. +. +."

3717    O.- As last. R.- Similar to last, and reads "Oppression." E.- As 3697.

3718    O. and R.- As last. E.- As 3710.

3719    O.- Similar to 3715, the Leg. commences and terminates nearer the
            Negro's feet.
        R.- Similar to 3717, the Letters smaller, and a Quatre-foil instead 
            of Cross at bottom. 
        E.- "Payable at Dublin Cork or Belfast x x"

3719A   As last. Bronze.

3720    O.- "Payable at the Pantheon Phusitechnikon."
        R.- Building. Ex. "1799."

3721    O.- Similar to last, the lower Leg. terminates further from Pantheon."
        R.- As last.

3721A   As last. Bronze.

3722    O.- As last. R.- As 3720, with Flaw over the Building.

3723    O.- Similar to 3720, "Pantheon" larger.
        R.- Similar to 3720, the doors panelled. Ex. "1802."

3723A   As last. Bronze.

3724    O.- Similar to last, the lower Leg. tenninates in a slightly 
            different position with "Pantheon." R.- As last.

3724A   As last, with Flaw at top.

3725    O.- As last, with Flaw at top and left hand. R.- As 3723.

3726    As last. Plated.

3727    O.- "W T B & Co." in cypher, "1804" below; "Licenced by Act of
            Parliament***"
        R.- Hibernia seated to left holding a Harp, "Payable at the 
            Pawnbrokers Office." Ex. "Bishop St."

3727A   As last. Bronze.

3728    As last. Brass.

3729    O.- As last.
        R.- Similar to last, the top of the Harp higher and a large Flaw to 
            the left.

3729A   O.- "W. M. Collier No 11 College Green Dublin Maker to His Majesty."
        R.- A Pelican in a Boat feeding her young ones from her Breast.

3730    O.- "Geale and Macbride 17 Westmorland Street Dublin."
        R.- Two Sprigs of Roses, "Fashionable Furnishing Ironmongers."

3731    O.- Two Men working at an Iron rolling Mill, "Halfpenny Token." Ex.
            "J. Hilles Dublin."
        R.- A Branch of Nine Shamrocks, "Payable in Bank of Ireland Notes
            1813." E.- Milled.

3731A   As last. Bronze.

3731B   As 3731. Plated.

3732    O.- A Harp Crowned, "Second (?) Gal" below. "Theatre : Royall."
        R.- A Shield containing a Harp and three Wreaths, a Scroll above;
            within a Wreath of Laurels.

3733    O.- "Box 1790," and two small and a large Rose within a Circle of 
            dots. Crown Street Dublin." Three Roses at bottom.
        R.- "282" engraved.

3734    O.- "Bath Street Fives Court Admittance 3d returnable for Ale." 
            A small Harp and two small Ornaments.
        R.- "Subscription Days Wednesdays and Fridays no Person admitted on
            these Days unless introduced by a Subscriber;" three small 
            Ornaments.

3735    O.- A Harp crowned, "P.I. Roche Sculp." below; within a raised Garter
            inscribed "For Get Me Not." Legend, "Holmess. Irish Cutlery.
        R.- "Silver . Steel . Razors & Razor . Strop . Manufactory . 11 
            Skinner Row Dublin." A small raised Circle at bottom enclosing 
            the Letter "R."

3735A   O.- Bust to right, "H. H. H. The Prince of Wales."
        R.- "To Commemorate the Visit of the Prince of Wales to Dublin April
            14th. 1868." Brass.

3736    O.- Between two Circles, "I.C.Parkes Dublin" and two small Ornaments.
        R.- Within an ornamented Border, ".Judges.Zoological Vaults 
            Bagatelle." A small Ornament below "Vaults." Brass.

3736A   O.- Similar to last, with two pentagonal Stars.
        R.- A Ship sailing, "J & J. Holland's 2 pence, Duke St." within an
            ornamented Border.

3736B   O.- As 3736A.
        R.- Two Ornaments, "Breckfield Hotel Billiards . Breckfield Road
            North." Brass.

3737    O.- As 3736.
        R.- A Harp, "2d." on each side, "Tavern . No 1 Johnson's Place." An
            ornamented Border. Brass.

3738    O.- As 3736.
        R.- "E. S" in Old English Letters; "2d. Pontack Inn" within a Circle 
            of Quatre-foils. Brass.

3738A   O.- As 3736. R.- "Reading Room Dublin Mechanics Institution."

3738B   O.- As 3736.
        R.- A Heart on the Palm of a Hand, 2 d." on each side. "Trinity
            Tavern Trinity St." within a Circle & ornamented Border. Brass.

3738C   O.- As 3736.
        R.- A Harp, "Egan & Riley . 86 Queen Street," within a Border of 
            Barrels.

3738D   O.- As 3736.
        R.- A Harp, "J * F" in Old English Letters above. "2d." below.
            Octagonal.

3739    O.- As 3736.
        R.- A Harp, "W C" in Old English Letters above; "B" on each side;
            "2d." below. Octagonal.

3739A   O.- As 3736A
        R.- A Harp, "2d." on each side. "Trinity Tavern . Trinity Street."
            Octagonal.

3739B   O.- Similar to 3736, the Letters larger.
        R.- "1/-" indented. "Red . Bank . Rooms * 55. Dame St. *"

3739C   O.- "E. Jones Cork Hill . Dublin."
        R.- Shield of Arms, Crest, and Motto on a Riband, indistinct.

3739D   O.- "Wheeler & Co. Dublin Glasgow Belfast." R.- Incuse. White Metal.

3739E   O.- "Pim Brors. & Co. Upholsterers South Gt. George St. Dublin."
        R.- Incuse. Brass.

3740    O.- Two Busts to left, "Linnaeus" in front; "Cuvier" behind; 
            "W. Woodhouse" below.
        R.- "Zoolog. Soc. of Ireland . MDCCXXXI." A Giraffe, "W W F" below, 
            "Admit Bearer to the Gardens Phoex. Park on Sunday After 2 
            oclock. Giraffe born in London 27 May 1841. Presented by 
            Zoo. Soc. of London 5 June 1844." White Metal

Fingall

3740A   O.- Female seated to left holding a Harp of Six Strings, "Fingall + 
            Halfpenny.  Ex. "1804."
        R.- "W T C Co." in cypher. "Payable at Swords or Dublin."

Glasthule

3740B   O.- A Tree 2d." below, "F. Evans * 32 Glasthule * ." R.- Blank.

Rathfarnham

3740C   O.- "This . Ticket Admits . four Persons . to see Rathfarnham on 
            Tuesdays only."
        R.- A Coronet, "This Ticket to. be left. at the Porters Lodge" Plated.

Sandymount

3740D   O.- "Sandymount Hotel 3d." R.- Shamrock, Thistle and Rose. Brass.

Swords

3740E   O.- Similar to 3740A "For the Good of the People." Ex. "1792."
        R.- As 3740A

3740F   O.- Similar to 3740E "He Good of the People." Ex. 1792.
        R.- As 3740A

Co. LONGFORD

Longford

3740G   O.- "Patrick Stafford 2d. Richmond St. Longford." R.- Blank.

Co. LOUTH

Drogheda

3741    O.- "I M Co." in cypher, "Payable at Drogheda or Dublin*"
        R.- Hibernia seated to left holding a Harp, "For . the . Public . 
            Good 1792..."

PROV. MUNSTER

3742    O.- Crowned Bust to right with Sceptre, "Bryen Boiroimhe King of
            Munster." An Ornament at bottom.
        R.- A Wheat Sheaf and Sickle between two Birds, "Peace and Plenty
            Halfpenny."

3743    As last, smaller and thinner.

3744    O.- Similar to 3742, the right Hand point of the Crown touching 
            the "K."
        R.- Similar to 3742, the top of the Wheat Sheaf further from the Leg.

3745    O.- As last.
        R.- A Man weaving at a Loom, "Nothing . without . Industry." 
            Ex. "1795."

3745A   O. and R.- As last. E.- "Payable in Dublin or London."

3746    O.- As 3744.
        R.- Bust to right, "Robert Orchard." "James" below.

3747    O.- As 3744.
        R.- Shield of Arms of the Orchard Family, "Halfpenny 1795."

3748    O.- As 3744.
        R.- A radiated Phrygian Cap over an Anchor and Cable, "Liberty. Peace
            Commerce." A small Ornament before and after "Peace."

3748A   O.- As 3742. R.- A Wheat Sheaf, "Peace Plenty and Liberty."

Co. WEXFORD

Enniscorthy

3749    O.- In a sunken oval, a Castle with two Flags on the Towers beside 
            the Sea, six Bars over the Doorway, Ships in the distance, 
            "Payable at the Bank of R. W. Enniscorthy."
        R.- "R W" in cypher, within a Shield suspended from a leafless Tree, 
            a Castle and Hills in the distance, "A. D. 1800."

3749A   As last. Bronze.
 
3749B   As 3749, except Flaws to the left of the Shield.

3750    O.- Similar to last, Seven Bars over the Doorway. R.- As last.

3751    O.- Similar to last, seven Bars over the Doorway, but differently 
            arranged, the Water also varies. R.- As 3749. Bronze.

3752    O.- Payable at Woodcock's Bank Enniscorthy."
        R.- "R W" in cypher, surmounted with a Crest, a Peacock, "For Change
            1800."

3753    O.- As last.
        R.- Similar to last, the Wings terminate further from the Legend.

3754    O.- Similar to 3752, the Apostrophe higher. R.- As 3752.

3755    O.- Similar to 3752. the lower Leg. commences nearer the centre one.
        R.- As 3753.

3755A   As last, larger, and not struck in centre of Blank.

3756    O.- As last. R.- As last, but no date.

3757    O.- Similar to 3752, an open dot or small Annulet instead of 
            Apostrophe, and the lower Leg. further from the centre one; 
            the "W" much wider.
        R.- Similar to 3752, the upper Legend further apart, the Crest and 
            Cypher differently arranged.

3758    O.- As last.
        R.- Similar to last, the left wing of the Crest partially dividing 
            the Leg.

3759    O.- Similar to 3757, the "W" has a Flaw on the right Limb, the lower
            Leg. terminates a greater distance from the centre one.

3759A   As last. Brass.

Co. WICKLOW

Cronebane

Associated Irish Mine Company, 1789.

3760    O.- Mitred Bust to right, with Crosier, to which is attached a Riband,
            "Cronebane Halfpenny."
        R.- A Shield, in which are Mining Tools and a Musical Horn, above is 
            a Windlass as Crest, the date "1789" is divided by the Shield, 
            "Associated Irish Mine Company," a Quatre-foil Ornament at bottom.
        E.- Plain.

3761    As last. Bronze.

3762    As last, on smaller Blank. Bronze.

3762A   As last, same size. A Gilt Proof

3763    O.- Similar to 3760, the Crosier nearer the Face and the Riband 
            differently arranged.
        R.- Similar to 3760, the date commences opposite the "A" and 
            terminates opposite the "O", there is a large Flaw at the top 
            right hand obliterating part of "Mine." E.- Plain.

3764 to 3788    inclusive, similar to 3760, on O. and R. 
            NOTE.- 3766A and 3769A are in Bronze. 
3785            has a Crosier not connected in the centre.
3785A           is Countermarked "A Ingram."
        E.- "Payable at Cronebane Lodge or in Dublin. x."

3788A   As 3772. Bronze.

3789    Similar to the previous 25.     Brass.

3790    Similar to the previous 26.     Gilt.

3791    Similar to the previous 27.     Plated.

3792    Similar to the previous 28, part of Legends wanting on account of the
        impression not being in Centre of the Blank.

3793    O. and R.- Similar to 3760.
        E.- "Passable every where." Conder, p.196. No.2.

3794    O.- Mitred Bust to right without a Crosier, "Cronebane Halfpenny."
        R.- Similar to 3760. E.- As 3764. Conder, p.196. No.3.

NOTE.-  It is impossible to give detailed particulars of each variety.
        Collectors will find the following a comparatively easy guide:-
        O.- The position of the Riband and ornamental termination
            and height of the Crosier with the Letters of the Leg., the
            distance of the Leg. from the Mitre, and the position of the
            dot relatively to the Riband. 
        R.- The position of the left handle of the Windlass with the Letter 
            "R," and the commencement and termination of the date "1789" 
            relatively to the Legend.  [n is inverted]

1793

3795    O.- Mitred Bust to right with Crosier, a Knot of Riband round the 
            Crosier, "Cronebane Halfpenny."
        R.- A Shield containing Mining Tools and a Musical Horn; Crest, a 
            Windlass; the Shield divides the date "1793," a pentagonal 
            Star at bottom, "Associated Irish Mine Company."
        E.- "Payable in London Liverpool or Bristol + +."

3796    O. and R.- As last. E.- "Yable in London Liverpool or Bristol."

3797    O. and R.- As 3795. E.- "Payable at . Liverpool or Bristol + +"

3798    O. and R.- As 3795. E.- Milled.

3799    O.- As R. 3795. R.- Hooded Bust to left within a Wreath of Oak.
        E.- Payable in London Liverpool or Bristol."

3799A   As last, with raised Rims.

3800    O. and R.- As last. E.- "Payable in Anglesey London or Liverpool. x"

3801    O. and R.- As 3799. E.- Plain.

3802    As last. not struck in centre of the Blank, parts of the Leg. and 
            Wreath wanting.

3803    O.- As 3799.
        R.- Lady Godiva on horseback, "Pro Bono Publico." Ex. "1794." (See
            Coventry.)
        E.- As 3797.

3803A   O. and R.- As last. E.- "Payable at Verpool or Bristol +"

Associated Irish Miners Arms, no date.

3804    O.- Mitred Bust to right with Crosier, to which a Riband is attached,
            "Cronebane Halfpenny," no dot after the Leg.
        R.- A Shield containing Mining Tools; Crest, a Windlass; a 
            Quatre-foil at bottom, "Associated Irish Miners Arms."
        E.- "Payable at Dublin Cork or Belfast. x X."

3805    O.- Similar to last, a dot after the Leg. R.- As last.
        E.- As last, except only one dot.

3806    O. and R.- As last. E.- "Payable in Anglesey London or Liverpool."

3806A   As last. Bronze.

3807    O. and R.- As 3805. E.- "Payable at London Liverpool or Bristol

3808    O. and R.- As 3805. E.- Plain.

3809    O.- Similar to 3805, the ends of the Riband in different position 
            with the dot.
        R.- Slightly different to 3804, the left handle of the Windlass more 
            in connection with the "R."
        E.- As 3804, excepting two Crosses and two Annulets.

3810    O. and R.- Similar to 3805. E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork and Belfast."

3811    O.- Similar to 3805, the Crosier further from the Leg., and a Flaw 
            through "Cronebane." R.- As 3809. E.- As 3805.

3811A   O.- As last.
        R.- As 3804, which, also, has a small Flaw on the "R" in "Irish."
        E.- As 3804.

3812    O. and R.- Similar to 3805.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork or Derry." Rudely executed.

3813    As last, part of the Legends wanting, the impression not in the 
        centre of Blank.
        
3814    O.- Similar to R. 3809.
        R.- A Dove with Olive Branch, "United for a Reform of Parliament."
            Ex. "1792."  E.- Plain.

3814A   O.- As last.
        R.- Naval Bust to left with Hat on "Earl Howe & the Glorious First of
            June." Conder, p.225. No.129.

1789

3815    O.- Mitred Bust to right with Crosier, to which is attached a Riband,
            "Cronebane Halfpenny", no dot after the Leg.
        R.- A shield containing Mining Tools; Crest, a Windlass, the date 
            "1789" divided by the Shield, the Figure one pointed and curved,
            a Quatre-foil at bottom, "Associated Irish Miners Arms."
        E.- "Payable at Clougher or in Dublin - x x -"

3815A   As last. Bronze.

3816    O.- Similar to last, a dot after the Leg. R. and E.- As last.

3817    O.- Similar to last, the ornamental termination of the Crosier lower.
        R.- Similar to 3815, the "9" opposite the "S." E.- As 3815.

3818    O.- Similar to 3816, the ends of the Riband nearer the "Y." 
        R.- As 3815.
        E.- "Payable in Hull and in London - x x "

3819    O. and R.- As last. E.- As last, with a hyphen after the Crosses.

3819A   O. and R.- As 3818. E.- As 3815.

3820    O. and R.- As 3818.
        E.- "Payable in London Bristol and Lancaster - x -"

382OA   O. and R.- As 3818.     E.- "Current every where."

3821    O. and R.- As 3816.     E.- As last.

3822    O. and R.- As 3817.     E.- "Current every where."

3823    O.- As 3817, with large Flaw below the Bust. R.- As 3817. E.- Milled.

3824    O.- Similar to 3816.
        R.- Similar to 3815. the Figure one flat topped, the top of the left 
            Handle not complete, and terminates at the bottom of the "R."
        E.- "Payable at Cronebane or in Dublin."

3825    O. and R.- As last.
        E.- As last, except small Ornament between the words.

3826    O. and R.- As 3824. E.- "Payable at Birmingham London or Bristol."

3826A   As last, countermarked "Bayn" on O.

3827    O. and R.- As 3824. E.- "E at Birmingham London or Bristol."

3828    O. and R.- As 3824. E.- "At Birmingham London or Bristol."

3829    O.- Similar to 3824, the Crosier terminates higher.
        R.- Similar to 3824, the Figure one pointed but not curved, the date 
            in different position with the Leg.
        E.- "Payable in Lancaster London or Bristol."

3829A   As last, on smaller Blank.

3830    O.- Similar to last, the Riband differently arranged. R.- As last.
        E.- "Payable at Anglesea London or Bristol."

3830A   O. and R.- As 3828. E.- As last.

3830B   As 3830A Bronze.

3831    O. and R.- As 3829. E.- "Payable in Dublin or London ..."

3832    O.- Mitred Bust to right without Crosier, "Cronebane Halfpenny."
        R. and E.- As 3829.

3832A   As last. Bronze.

3833    O. and R.- As last.
        E.- "Payable at Cronebane or in Dublin," Ornaments between the Words.

3834    O. and R.- As 3832. E.- As last, except reads "Ayable &c."

3835    O. and R.- As 3832. E.- "Payable at Birmingham London or Bristol."

3836    O. and R.- As 3832.
        E.- "Halfpenny payable at the Black Horse Tower Hill."

3837    O. and R.- As 3832.
        E.- "Payable by I : Simmons Staplehurst." (See Staplehurst, Kent.)

3838    O. and R.- As 3832. E.- Plain.

3838A   As last. Bronze.

3839    O.- As R. 3815, the Figure one pointed and curved.
        R.- Crowned Bust to left, "Iohn of Gaunt Duke of Lancaster," a 
            Hexagonal Star below. 
        E.- "Payable in London Bristol and Lancaster."

3840    O. and R.- As last. E.- Plain.

3841    O.- As R. 3817.
        R.- Female seated to left resting on a Harp, a small Ornament below;
            "Hibernia."

3842    O.- As last. R.- A Ship sailing, "Success to the Coal Trade."
        E.- "Payable in London," remainder engrailed.

3843    O. and R.- As last. E.- "x - Payable in London," remainder engrailed.

1794

3844    O.- Mitred Bust to right with Crosier, to which is attached a Riband,
            "Cronebane Halfpenny."
        R.- A Shield containing Mining Tools: Crest, a Windlass; the Shield
            divides the date "1794." "Associated Irish Miners Arms," a
            Quatre-foil at bottom.
        E.- "Payable at Dublin Cork or Belfast x x.

1795

3845    O.- Similar to last, differently arranged.
        R.- Similar to last, and dated 1795.
        E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork or Belfast

3846    O.- Similar to last, a dot after "Cronebane" and before "Halfpenny," 
            and the ornamental termination of Crosier higher.
        R.- Similar to last; the date commences higher.
        E.- "Payable," remainder indistinct.

3847    As last, on thinner Blank.

3848    O.- As R. 3846.
        R.- Female seated to left holding a Harp; ". Industry. has. its. sure
            Reward." Ex. "1792."
        E.- "Payable in Dublin or Balishannon + +"

3849    O. and R.- As last. 
        E.- As last, except the Crosses struck over "Payable."

Cronebane Miscellaneous

3850    O.- Mitred Bust to right with Crosier, to which a Riband is attached,
            "Cronebane Halfpenny," a dot after the Leg.
        R.- Shield of Arms between Palm Branches, surmounted with a crowned
            Head, "Payable . in . Dublin . Newry . or . Belfast."
        E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork or Derry," four ornamental Indents at 
            the end

3851    O.- Similar to last, differently arranged, and no dot after the Leg.
        R.- Shield suspended by a Riband, in which is a Musical Horn and "H"
            in cypher above, "Payable . in . Dublin . or . Belfast .1795." 
            An Ornament at each side of the date. E.- Plain. (see 3695.)

3852    O.- Similar to last, broader Bust in higher relief, and coarser work.
        R.- Similar to last, different and broader terminations of the 
            Riband, and the Figures leaning. E.- Plain. (See 3689)

3853    O.- Similar to 3850. the Riband different, and Crosier in different 
            position with Leg. R.- As 3841. E.- As 3839.

3853A   As last. Bronze.

3854    O. and R.- As last. E.- Engrailed.

3854A   As last. Bronze.

3855    O.- As 3851.
        R.- "H M Co" in cypher. "Canac Ryan and Canac Halfpenny."
        E.- "Payable in Dublin Derry or Limerick."

3856    O. and R.- As last. E.- "Able in Dublin Derry or Limerick.

3857    O. and R.- As 3855. S. "Dublin Derry or Limerick."

3858    O.- Similar to 3850.
        R.- A Man of War Sailing, Sprigs of Leaves below. "Liverpool 
            Halfpenny."  E.- "Birmingham Redruth and Swansea."

3859    O.- Similar to 3850, the Leg. commences further from the Bust, 
            and the Riband different.
        R.- Justice standing, "For Change not Fraud." Ex. "1794."
        E.- "Payable in Lancaster London or Bristol."

3860    O.- Mitred Bust to right without Crosier, "Cronebane Halfpenny."
        R.- As last. E.- Plain.

3860A   As last. Bronze.

3861    O. and R.- As last, with a Flaw through the date.

3862    O.- Mitred Bust to right with Crosier and plain Knot of Riband, 
            "Cronebane Halfpenny."
        R.- A Mitred Figure with Crosier, standing beside a Lamb, holding a 
            Wool Comb in the right Hand and a Book under the left Arm, 
            "Artis Nostrae Conditor." (See Leeds)
        E.- "Payable at Liverpool or Bristol + +"

3863    O.- Similar to 3853. R. "W S. A" in ornamented cypher. Engraved.
        E.- "Payable at Cronebane Lodge or in Dublin. x ."

3863A   O.- Similar to 3853.
        R.- A Full Face (the Sun), radiated, "Michael Bryan," 
            reversed. Engraved. E.- Plain.

3864    O- "O. W warranted Dec. 1790 - 28," raised letters in a sunken oval,
            impressed on the O. of Cronebane Halfpenny.
        R.- Shield, &c., and Leg. partly obliterated. E.- As last.

3864A   O.- As last, except "32" instead of "28" impressed on R. of similar
            coin.

3865    O.- Mitred Bust to right with Crosier and Riband attached, "Cronebane
            Halfpenny."
        R.- "Payable at the Residence of Messrs. Symonds Winterbotham 
            Ridgeway & Holt."

3866    O.- Bust to right, "Iohn Wilkison, Iron Master."
        R.- Vulcan working at an Anvil, Ship's Masts behind, "Halfpenny."
            Ex. "1792." E.- "Payable at . Cronebane . or. in . Dublin."

3867    O.- Mitred Bust to right, no Leg., evidently an unfinished trial 
            piece, as there is a small Flaw near the bottom; fine 
            workmanship.
        R.- Blank. E.- Milled.

3868    O.- An inverted incuse impression of the Bust and Leg. of the "Iohn
            Wilkinson's Halfpenny."
        R.- An inverted incuse impression of the Associated Irish Mine 
            Company's Halfpenny of 1789. E.- Plain.

Ireland Miscellaneous

3869    O.- A Harp Crowned, "Hibeknia 1769."
        R.- Laureate Bust to right, "Gloriovs III Ves."

3869A   O.- Harp Crowned, "Hibernia 1766."
        R.- Laureate Bust to left, "Georgius II Rex."

3870    O.- A Harp Cmwned, "Hibernia 1769."
        R.- "Rd. Wolfenden 1783." an Ornament below; an Ornamented Border.
            Engraved.

3871    O.- A Harp Crowned, "Hibernia .1776."
        R.- Laureate Bust to left, "Georguis - II - Rex."

3872    O.- A Harp Crowned, "Hibernia . 1781."
        R.- Laureate Bust to right, "Gulielmus Shakespear."

3873    O.-A Harp Crowned, "Hibernia 1789."
        R.- Laureate Bust to left, "Glorious Ier vis."

3874    O.- A Harp Crowned, "Hibernia 1789."
        R.- Laureate Bust to left, "Georgivs II Re."

3874A   O.- A Harp Crowned, "Hibersia . 1769."
        R.- Laureate Bust to right, "Georgivs . III . Rex."

3874B   O.- Similar to 3874A R.- As 3874A.

3874C   O.- Harp Crowned, "Hibernia 1696."
        R.- Laureate Bust, Geo. III. to right, Georgivs . III . Rex."

3874D   O.- Harp Crowned, "Hibernia 1696."
        R.- Laureate Bust of Geo. II. to left, "God save us all."

3875    O.- Hibernia seated holding a Harp, "Incorporated by Act of 
            Parliament."
        Ex. "1792." R.- "H M Co" in cypher, "Commercial Token."

3876    O.- Similar to last.
        R.- Three quarter Bust to right, "Geo. Prince of Wales, Halfpenny."

3876A   O.- As last. R.- Bust to right, "Iohn Wilkinson Iron Master."

3877    O.- Hibernia seated to left, "For . the . Public  Good." Ex. "1792."
            An Ornament at each side of the date.
        R. - "I M Co" in cypher. "May Ireland ever Flourish." A hexagonal
            Star at bottom.

3878    O.- Similar to last, two Stars on each side of the date, and a Star 
            between the words ofihe Leg. R.- As last.

3879    O.- Hibernia seated to left, "For the Good of the Public." Ex."1792."
        R.- Similar to 3877, an Ornament instead of Star at bottom.

3880    O.- Hibernia seated to left, "Incorporated by an Act of Drillamrnt."
            Ex. "1792."
        R.- "I M Co" in cypher, "For . the . Good . of. Trade."

3881    O.- Hope standing, "Irish Halfpenny." Ex. "1795."
        R.- Arms and Crest of the United States, "Liberty and Security 1795."
        E.- "Payable at London Liverpool or Bristol."

3882    O. and R.- As last. E.- "London Liverpool.

3883    O.- As 3881.
        R.- Naval Bust to left with Hat on, "Earl Howe & the Glorious first 
            of June." E.- "Payable at London or Brighton."

3884    O.- As 3881. R.- Three-quarter Bust to left, "Princess of Wales."

3884A   O.- As 3881. R.- A Ship sailing, "Navigation and Trade."
        E.- "Payable in Dublin Cork and Belfast.

3885    O.-Shield of Arms between Laurel Branches, Crest, a Tea Canister,
            "Irish . Halfpenny . Token 1796."
        R.- Arms of London, with Sword and Mace behind, in an ornamented
            Border.

3886    O.- As last. R.- Bust to left, "Robert Orchard." "Jacobs" below.

3887    O.- As 3885.
        R.- A Man standing Smoking a Pipe, a Mug, with "D" in cypher 
            inscribed on it in the right Hand, a Barrel under the left Arm, 
            "Sr. George Cook. Mayor. of. Garrat. elecd. Augt. 24 '96."

3888    O.- As 3885.
        R.- Fame flying, "For . the . Convenience . of. the . Public . 1794."

3888A   O. As 3885. R.- "H S & Co." in cypher, between Laurel Branches.

3888B   O.- As 3885.
        R.- Female standing with right Hand holding a pair of Compasses, and
            the left resting upon an Anchor, "For. the. Use. of. Trade."
            Palm Branches below.
        
3888C   O.- As 3885.
        R.- A Crowned Bust to right with Sceptre, "Bryen Boiroimhe King of
            Munster." A small Ornament below. Bronze.

3889    O.- Female seated to left leaning on a Harp, "Hibernia." Ex. A Sprig
            of Oak.
        R.- Crowned Bust to left, "Iohn of Gaunt Duke of Lancaster," a 
            pentagonal Star below. E.- "Current every where."

3889A   As last, with large Flaw on O.

3889B   As 3889. Bronze.

3889C   O.- As 3889.
        R.- St. Andrew standing with his Cross between two Thistles, "Nemo me
            impune lacessit.  Ex. "1791."
        E.- Payable in London Bristol & Lancaster."

3890    O.- "Menlough Castle 6d." indented Upon a "Camac" Token

3891    O.- "Menlough Castle Sixpence Work Token 1819."
        R.- A Leopard en passant within a Carter, inscribed "Virtus Sola
            Nobilitat. " E.- Milled.

3892    O.- Female seated to left holding a Harp with left Hand, "Hibernia."
            Ex. "1804." R.- "For the Convenience of Trade."

3893    O.- Similar to last, the Legend extending nearly round the coin, a 
            Flaw through the date.
        R.- A Man of War sailing, "For the Convenience of Trade," a Star 
            below.

3894    O.- A Crowned Harp, "Hibernia 1805."
        R.- Bust to left, "Field Marshall Wellington." E.- Milled.

3895    O. and R.- As last. E.- Plain.

3896    O.- Bust to right, "St. Patrick : Apostle 432."
        R.- A Crowned harp, "Ireland 1806." E.- Milled.

3896A   As last, struck on another coin.

3897    O.- Bust to right, "St Patrick Apos 432." R. and E.- As last.

3898    As last, upon a previously struck Coin.

3899    O.- Laureate Bust of George III. to right, "Halfpenny Token,"
        R.- A Crowned Harp, "Ireland 1819." E.- Milled.

3900    O.- As last. R.- As last, with large Flaw. E.- Milled.

3901    O.- A stern Laureate Bust to right, "Halfpenny Token,
        R.- Female seated to left holdina a Harp in left hand, "Hibernicus.
            Ex. "1820."

3901A   As last. Brass.

3902    O.- As last, countermarked with Tobacco Pipe. R.- As last. Brass.

3902A   As 3901. Cast.

3903    O.- Hibernia seated to left, "One Halfpenny Token." Ex. "1820."
        R.- A Man of War sailing, "Trade and Navigation."

3904    As last, with Flaw before the date.

3904A  As last. Brass.

3905 to 3918B inclusive. 
        O.- Rudely executed Laureate Bust to left.
        R.- A Harp, "1820" below. Brass

NOTE.-  These may be distinguished on O. by the difference in the
        Hair, the Laurel Wreath, and the Drapery or Armour on the
        Breast; and on R. by the position of the Harp relatively to
        the date, and the different formations of the Harp. They are
        all in Brass, and of the most wretched workmanship.

3919    O.- A Crowned Harp, "Ireland 1821."
        R.- Laureate Bust of George III. to right, "Luke.xx.chap.xxv:v er."
        E.- Milled.

3920    O.- A Crowned Harp, "Hibernicus 1830."
        R.- Hibernia seated to left holding a Harp, "Halfpenny Token."

3921    O.- As last. Brass.

3922    O.- A Harp Crowned, "Ireland 1834."
        R.- Laureate Bust to left, "George Ords Token."

3923    As last. Brass.

3924    O.- As 3922, countermarked "Dl. Evans." R.- As 3922.

3925    O.- A Man standing with a Shillelagh in his right Hand, and a 
            Shamrock in the left, within a Wreath of Oak and Shamrocks.
        R.- "Pure Copper Preferable to Paper."   E.- Milled.

3925A   As last, on smaller and thinner Blank.

3926    As 3925, countermarked on R. "W M." on thinner Blank.

3927    O.- Laureate Bust to left, "George IV Ascended the British Throne
            Jan. 29. 1820."
        R.- A Crowned Harp between Roses, Thistles, and Shamrocks, "Ireland
            hails with joy the Visit of her Sovereign . Aug . 1821."

3928    O.- An ornamented Shield of Arms within a Circle of dots; 
            "Gt. Southern & Western Railway Company Ireland *" 
        R.- Blank. Lead.

3929    O.- Shamrocks, "Ireland its Scenery Music & Antiquities."
        R.- "Dr. Toscorry Proprietor." Shamrocks above and below. E.- Milled.
            Pewter.

3930    O.- A Harp Crowned, "The Union 1801."
        R.- Britannia seated, "Halfpenny." E.- Engrailed.

3931    O.- A Harp Crowned, No. 12 Hibernia Iron Wire." R.- Incuse. Tin.

3932    O.- Bust to left, Danl O Connell . M. P."
        R.- "Elected for the Co. Clare July 1828," within a Wreath, "The Man
            of the People." Brass.

3933    O.- As last.
        R.- A Dog supporting a Crowned Harp between Shamrocks; "To 
            Commemorate the Laying of the first Stone of the O'Connell 
            Monument August 8th 1864." Brass.

3934    O.- Three-quarter Bust to right, "D. O'Connell, Esq. M.P the 
            Liberator of Ireland"
        R.- Within a Border of Shamrocks, "Born Augst 6th 1775 Died at Genoa
            May 15 . 1847." Brass.

3935    O.- Laureate Bust to left. R.- A Harp Crowned.

3936    Similar to last, different Bust and Harp.

3937    O.- Bust to right, "John Mitchell."
        R.- "The Brave, Honest, and Noble Advocate of Repeal, who was 
            Prosecuted by Government for his Writings, and sentenced as 
            a Felon to 14 years Transportation May 27. 1848." White Metal

3938    O.- Laureate Bust to right of Geo. III., "Georgivs."
        R.- A Harp Crowned, "Hib.....vs."

BATTY
IRELAND
FARTHING TOKENS

Co. ANTRIM.

BELFAST.

Arnott & Co.

1399   O.- Bust of H.M.G.M. Queen Victoria to left. "Payable in Belfast &
           Cork.'
       R.- "John Arnott & Co. Silk Mercers Drapers &c"

1400   O.- "John Arnott & Co. Mercers Haberdashers &c."
       R.- "One Farthing payable at No. * .7 & 9. Bridge St. Belfast."

1401       As last. Pale Copper.

1402   O.- "John Arnott & Co. Silk Mercers Drapers &c"
       R.- "One Farthing payable in Belfast & Cork." An Ornament and two
           dots below.

Foster.

1402A  O. and R.- Wm. Foster. Linen Draper & Haberdasher."

           NOTE.- Dr. B. W. Adams, Santry, Ireland, places this Coin to Belfast,
           but cannot give the date. The dates or issue within Brackets which
           are not on the Coin are kindly supplied by Dr. Adams.

Gilmore.

1402B  O.- Bust to left, "Victoria Queen of Great Britain."
       R.- "William Gilmore . Tea Dealer . Grocer . Fruit . Wine & Spirit
           Merchant 14 High S. Belfast" (1853).

Hughes.

1403   O.- "B. Hughes One Farthing. Belfast."
       R.- A Wheat Sheaf, "Railway. Bakery."

1404   O.- Similar to last, the dots further fron the beaded Circle; in
           the last they are touching the Circle.
       R.- Different Wheat Sheaf, "Railway . Bakery." (1847 or 1848.)

Johnston.

1404A  O.- Building and part of a Bridge, "Belfast Ticket."
       R.- "Il. pay the . Bearer One . Halfpenny . W Johnston 12. p . pd ** cot"
           In seven Lines across the Field. Dr. Aquila Smith, in whose list
           this coin appears, thinks "12 p pd means 1s. 2d. per Ib., may it
           not rather he intended for 12 pence per lb.? Mr. George Benn, in
           the "Ulster Journal of Archaeology," p. 30, suggests it was issued
           in 1730.

Knox.

1404B  O.- A Falcon with wings erect standing on another Bird, "2  p" in
           front "Never without . my Prey."
       R.- "I promise to . pay the Bearer Two  Pence Iohn Knox . Belfast
           1735" in eight Lines across the Field.

Magarrah.

1405   O.- "2 P" (two Pence) divided hy a rampant Bear with broken Chains,
           "Fierce and . Strong."
       R.- I promise to . pay the Bearer Two Pence . Magarragh . Belfast. 1736."

1405A      Dr. A. Smith gives a variety in his lists, with the Bear smaller,
           the Chain in front, and the Leg. inverted.

Mc.Glade.

1406   O.- "B. MC.Glade 34 Edward S. Belfast."
       R.- "B. Mc.Glade Wine & Spirit Merchant."

1407   O.- "B. Mc.Glade . Wholesale & Family Grocer. -97- York St. Belfast."
           Ornament below.
       R.- "One Farthing B Mc.Glade Wine & Spirit Merchant."

1408   O.- "Chas. Mc.Glade 34 Edward St. & 71 Smithfield - Belfast."
       R.- "Chas, Mc.Glade Wholesale -.- & Retail Wine & Spirit Dealer.
           Grocer &c." Two small Ornaments.

1409   O.- Similar to last, "Edward St." higher. R.- As last.

1410   O.- "C & P. McGlade Grocers, Wine & Spirit Dealers Belfast."
       R.- "One Farthing payable at 34 Edward St. & 71 Smithfield." (1848.)

1411   O.- Similar to last. no Comma alter "Grocers," and the Letters smaller.
       R.- Similar to last. the centre further from outer Leg.

1412   O.- Similar to last, "Grocers" commencing nearer to "C." 
       R.- As last. (1848.)

Mc.Kenzie - Mc.Mullen - Saunders.

1413   O.- Mc.Kenzie Bros. May St. . Belfast."
       R.- "Brass Founders Patent Axle Makers & . Gas Fitters. ""&" over "I."
           (1852.)

1414   O.- As last. R.- Similar to last, "&" over first "T" (1852).

1415   O.- "Robt. Mc.Kenzie Scotch House . Silks & Shawls."
       R.- Rose, Thistle, and two Shamrocks, the Leaf of the Thistle pointed to
           left, and the bottom of the Stem spread over "36." "Cheap
           Drapery . Warehouse .36. High St."

1416   O.- As last
       R.- Similar to last, the Thistle Leaf nearer the Rose, and the bottom
           of the stem pointed over "3."

1417   O.- Similar to 1415, the centre closer and further from outer Legend.
       R.- Similar to 1415, the Thistle Leaf pointing to right, and the
           termination of Stems turned to left over "S E."

1418   O.- Similar to 1417, "Scotch" terminating a little higher.
       R.- Similar to 1415 and last, the Thistle Leaf not pointed, one
           stem terminates over the dot, and the other over "5."

1419   O.- "Mackenzie & Mc.Mullen Scotch House . Silks & Shawls."
       R.- As 1415.

1420   O.- Thistle and three Shainrocks. "Mackenzie & Saunders . Belfast +"
       R.- "Payable at the Scotch House No. 36 High Street." (1847.)

1421       As last, thinner.

Ringland.

1421A  O.- A Dove with Olive Branch flying to left. "2 P" in the Field.
           Ex. "Good Tidings."
       R.- "I promise to. pay . the Bearer . Two Pence: Wm Ringland Belfast
           1734" in eight Lines.

1421B      As last, except date "1735."

l421C      Similar to 1421A, the Olive Branch smaller, and the value "2 P" omitted.

1421D  O.- Similar to 1421A, "2 P" omitted.
       R.- "I promise to. pay the Bearer. One Penny: Wm Ringland Belfast
           1734" in eight Lines. The last four in Dr. A. Smith's list,

Robertson Bros.

1422   O.- A Hat, "10/6" above; "Robertson Bros Hat & Cap Manufacturers
           Corn Market Belfast."
       R.- Robertson's Stock of Hats Caps &c., is the largest in Town." brass.

BALLYMENA.
1422A  O.- A Hat "Greene & Sinclair Ballymena."
       R.- "Woollen Drapers. Hahberdashers. Boots & Shoes." (1845.)

           NOTE.- Dr. Adams, of Santry, Ireland, in a memorandum on this
           Coin, kindly sent to the Author with the description, says, "This
           Token, in consequence of "Habberdasher" being misspelled,
           was never issued. Dr. A. Smith, in his Catalogue, errs in the
           inscription."

1422B  O.- A Hare sitting. Ex. "I. make. good. speed, 2. P." (Two Pence.)
       R.- "I. promise to. pay. the bearer. one. demand. two pence. Ia Adair
           B Mena 1736" in nine Lines across the Field. Dr. Aquila Smith's list.

1422C  O. Double-headed Eagle dividing "2 P" (Two Pence). "ready. ay. ready."
       R.- "I promise to . pay . the bearer. two pence. Alex. Beith, B. Mena.
           1735" in eight Lines across the Field. This and No. l422B are in
           Dr. Smith's list.

Belllylonaghan.

1422D  O.- A Peacock, "Youth and Beauty." "2. p" behind the Bird,
       R.- "I promise to . pay the Bearer . Two Pence Alex Mc.Clure Belly-
           lonaghan."

Breaby (?) Co. Antrim.

1422E  O.- A Pelican with Wings erect and blood falling from its Breast,
            "With my Blood I feed my Young."
       R.- "I promise to pay ye Bearer on demand two Pence . Patrick Brown
           Breaby" in seven Lines.

CARRICKFERGUS - ISLAND MAGEE.

1423   O.- "Cunningham & Co. Tea Mcrchants Carrickfergus."
       R.- "Cunningham & Co, Wine and Spirit Merchants." (1852.)

1424   O.- "Cunningham & Co. Tea Merchants Island Magee and Carrickfergus.
       R.- As last. (1852.)

LISBURN.

1424A  O.- Unicorn's Head to left. Ex. "Edwd. Smith."
       R.- Spread Eagle with one Head between two small Circles enclosing
           dots, "I. owe. the Bearer. two Pence Lisburn .1736" in five Lines,

MALLONE.
1424B  O.- Flying Dolphin. Ex. "With. Covncile. and. Covrage. 2. P."
       R.- "I. promise to pay. the Bearer, Two Pence Aaron. Kean Mallone,
           1735," in eight Lines. Mallone is in the Parish of Drumbeg, Barony
           of Belfast

ARMAGH.

ARMAGH - LURGAN

1425   O.- "Jas. Armstrong & Co. Ironinongers - & - Grocers, Armagh."
       R.- Wm. Armstrong & Son Silk Mercers Haberdashers - &c - Lurgan."

1426   O.- "Rt. Mc.Culla Armagh Tea Wine & Spirit. Merchant."
       R.- "One Farthing payable at the sign of the Clock Market St."

1426A  O.- A Stag, with Antlers of four Branches standing to left, "2 P"
           in front.
       R.- "I. promise to. pay. the Bearer. Two Pence, Thos.:O:Brien * Lurgan
           1736" in eight Lines, No 22 Dr A. Smith's list of Irish Tokens,
           1728 to 1761.

1426B      Similar to 1426A, the Stag's Head small, and has six Branches
           on the Antlers. (Dr Adams.)

1426C  O.- Horse's Head, with Bridle to left, "2 P" below.
       R.- "I promise to. pay. the Bearer two. Pence Ios. Wilson Lurgan 1735"
           in eight Lines. In the British Museum. Dr. A. Smith's list, No.23.

1426D  O.- A Roll of Linen, "3.P" above; "The Draper" and a Cross between
           four Annulets below.
       R.- "I. promise to. pay. the. Bearer. three. pence Jams. Green Lurgan
           1736" in eight Lines.

1426E      Another Copper Token for three pence was issued in Lurgan. See Dr.
           A. Smith's note after No.18, in his printed List.

Co. CORK.

CLOYNE.

1427   O. and R.- "R. Swanton, Woollen Draper and Hatter, Cloyne." (1845.)

CORK.

Arnott & Co.

1428   O.- Bust of Queen Victoria to left, "Payable at Cork."
       R.- "Arnott & Co. Silk Mercers Drapers & Co"

Beale.

1429   O.- Crest, a Unicorn's Head with Pentagonal Star on Neck, "One
           Farthing Payable at Geo. S. Beale's Grocery Warehouse 14. Patrick
           St. Cork.'.
       R.- A Ship beside a Quay, on which are a Horse with loaded Cart, and
           Men; a Colliery and Hills in distance over the Water, Newport
           Coal Stores Fish St. Cork 1842-"

1430   O.- As last, except "82 Patrick St," instead of "14."  R.- As last.

Carroll.

1430A  O.- A Sugar Loaf. "John Carroll . Mallow Lane."
       R.- A Bird with expanded Wings resting on a heart, at each side of which
           is a Sprig of Olive, Dr. Adams says that John Carroll was a Grocer.
           From Dr. A. Smith's list of Leaden and Pewter Tokens (No.4),
           issued in Ireland.

Drinan.
1430B  O.- "I. D" in Script within a Circle of Pellets.
       R.- A Sugar Loaf suspended between "Bk St" (Barrack St.) within a Circle
           of Pellets. Issued by John Drinan, Grocer, in Barrack Street,
           about 1808. Dr. A. Smith, No.9.

Hare.

1430C  O.- "Iohn . Hare."
       R.- "Barrack Street" A Circular Token, issued by John Hare, Grocer
           Barrack Street, in 1816; he afterwards removed to Patrick Street.
           Dr. A. Smith, No.10.

J.C. & Co.

1431   O.- "J. C. &. Co. late Todd & Co. Cork."
       R.- "One fourth of a Penny payable in Cork 1841."

Cleburne.

1432   O.- "E. Cleburne. Clothier No. 9 Grt. George St. Cork."
       R:- "E. Cleburne, Woollen Draper Grt. George St. Cork." (1846.)

Fitz Gibbon & Co.

1433   O. and R.- "William Fitz Gibbon & Co. Merchants Cork." (1835.)

1434       As last, thinner. Pale Copper.

1435   O.- "One Farthing Payable at Wm. Fitz Gibbons & Co.Gt.Geo. St. Cork."
       R.- "Wm. Fitz Gibbons & Co. General Woollen Linen & Silk Merchants.
           Gt.George St. Cork . 1835."

Helen.

1436   O.- A Shamrock, "Joseph Helen Cork." R.- "One Farthing Token."

Hagarty.

1437   O. and R.- "Denis Hagarty Spirit Dealer 115 Barrack St. Cork."

Hoare.

1437A  O.- "W. M - Hoare" in two Lines.
       R.- "P. L. M. T - Bridge" in two Lines. issued by Wm. Hoare, a
           Grocer, at the George's Quay side of "Parliament Bridge." 1810.
           Dr. A. Smith, No.5.

O'Flynn.

1437B  O.- "D O F" in Script (Denis O'Flynn), within a beaded Circle.
       R.- Crest, an Arm couped above the Elbow holding a Snake, dividing
           "No.2." Weight 118 grains. Dr. A. Smith, No.6.

l437C      A specimen in Dr. Adams' Cabinet weights 122 grains; he says it
           was issued about 1795.

Lucette.

1437D  O.- "A. L" (Andrew Lucette) in Script capitals.
       R.- A Sugar Loaf suspended dividing "Bk. St." (Barrack Street). Issued
           by Andrew Lucette, a Grocer in Barrack Street, about 1808.
           Dr. A. Smith, No.7.

Mahony.

1438   O.- "E. D. Mahony, 62, North Main St. Cork."
       R.- "Trimming Worsted & Cotton Warehouse + and Wool Stores.'

Miller.

1438A  O.- A sugar Loaf dividing "FM" (Frederick Miller), within a Circle of
           Pellets.
       R.- An Eagle with expanded Wings within a Circle of Pellets. Issued by
           Frederick Miller, Grocer, in Barrack Street, about 1800. Dr. A.
           Smith, No.8.

Mont de Piete.

1439   O.- "Cork Mont de Piete Token."
       R.- A Ship sailing between two Lighthouses.

Lynch.

1440   O.- "Timothy Lynch .87 North Mn St. Cork . Fancy Bread & Biscuits.
       R.- "Grocery Confectionery and Sugar Works.

Lyons & Co.

1441   O. and R.- "Lyons & Co. Tea Coffee & Sugar Importers & Dealers Cork."

Ogilvie & Bird.

1442   O.- "One Farthing 1838 Ogilvie & Bird Cork."
       R.- "Drapers & Silk Mercers . payable at 48 and 49 Patrick St."

Reardon.

1443   O.- Bust Queen Victoria to left.
       R.- "William Reardon . Shandon Street . Cork."

Seymour.

1444   O.- "Wm. Seymour & Co. * Hardware Merchants Patrick St. Cork."
       R.- Figure of Vulcan standing with Hammer beside an Anvil. brass.

CORK (VARIOUS).

1444A  O.- "M." R.-Blank.

1444B  O.- "F O D" indented. R.- Blank, oblong square.

1444C  O.- "I . S" indented. R.- Blank, irregular shape.

1444D  O.- "W. S. E." indented.
       R.- Blank, irregular shape.

           NOTE.- These four are described by Mr. Lindsay, who states that
           they were struck in Cork between 1809 and 1813, hut the
           persons who issued them have not been identified. Dr. A.
           Smith's list, NOS. 28, 29, and 31.

COVE.

1445   O.- Bust Queen Victoria to left.
       R.- "Swanton & Co. Drapers Cove." (1847.)

MACROOM.

1446   O. and R.- "James Welply Merchant Macroom."

1447   O.- Bust Queen Victoria to left. "Victoria House Macroom."
       R.- "James Welply Merchant Macroom 1845."

1448   O.- As last, with small Star before and after "Macroom."
       R.- As last, with centre not struck up.

MALLOW.

1449   O.- "Robert Evans and Company Mallow 1847."
       R.- "Woollen Drapers Silk Mercers and Hatters."

QUEENSTOWN.

1450   O.- Bust Queen Victoria to left
       R.- "Swanton & Co. Drapers Qucenstown." (1849).

SKIBBEREEN.

1451   O.-Cross Keys, "P. Vickery Hardware House Skibbereen."
       R.- "Trimmings and Fancy * Warehouse *" (1845.)

1452      As last, thinner.

1453   O.- "Samuel Vickery Baker + Skibbereen +
       R.- Pair of Scales, in which is a loaf of Bread and Weights,
           "Full Weight."  (1853.)

1454   O.- "George James Lewis, General Commission Merchant, Skibbereen."
       R.- "One Farthing Token." In the Rev. Dr. B. W. Adams' Collection
           Santry, Ireland (1848 or 1849).

Co. DOWN.

BALLYMACARRETT.

1455   O.- Bust Queen Victoria to left, "James Jones Ballymacarrett."
       R.- Pair Scales, "The Ballymacarrett Grocery & Haberdashery Establish-
           ment" E.- Milled.

DROMORE.

1455A  O.- A Griffin, "For. ye. Parish. of. Dromore" below.
       R.- "I promise to . pay. the Bearer. Two. Pence. Will . Hall. Dromore
           1736." Dr. A. Smith's list Irish Copper Coins, No.13.

GILLFORD.

1455B  O.- A Man on horseback at full speed to left, a Horse's shoe dividing
           "1736". below, "Louse . run. for. ever."
       R.- "I promise to . pay. the . Bearer three . pence Ino Cochran Gillford
           1736" in eight Lines. Dr. A. Smith's list Irish Copper Coins, No.18.
           In the year 1685 James the 2nd incorporated, by Charter,
           "The Governor and Freemen ofthe Corporation of Horse Breeders
           in the Co. Down."

KILLYBAGH.

1455C  O.- A Man running to left bearing (?) a Caduceus (Mercury), "2 p" below.
       R.- "I promise to . pay. the Bearer two Pence . John Stewart Killibagh.
           1735" in eight Lines. Dr. A. Smith, No.20.

DOWNPATRICK.

1456   O.- "Hugh Croskery. Wine. Spirit & Tea Merchant."
       R.- "Payable at my new Establishment Downpatrick. One Farthing" (1852).
           Dr. B. W. Adams' Collection.

NEWTOWN.

1456A  O.- A Lion's full face between two pointed Flags, red and blue
           being indicated by vertical and horizontal Lines, the Colours are
           inverted on opposite sides, "Hold Fast" between small Annulets
           above: "2 * P" and three Pellets below.
       R.- "I. promise to. pay. the Bearer. two Pence. Willm. Mc.Quoid.
           Newtown 1736" in eight Lines. A Pellet over the "B" in Pence, In
           the Author's Collection.

1456B  O.- A Cask dividing "2 P"; "John Mc.CullY" above; "Brewer" and a
           Rose below.
       R.- "I promise to . pay . the bearer two . pence on . Demand (the "D's
           inverted), Iohn . Mc.Cully Newtown 1761" in nine Lines. In Dr.
           Adams' Collection, Santry, and in Mr. Nathan Heywood's, Manchester.

Newtownards.

1457   O.- "Bowman Newtownards Wine Spirit and Bottling Stores Manufacturer
           of Aerated Waters"
       R.- "Grocers Druggists Stationers Leather Rope Hardware and Iron
           Merchants."

1458   O.- "Bowman Newtownards Bakers & Confectioners, Wine Spirit and
           Bottling Stores Manufacturer of Aerated Waters.
       R.- Similar to last, "Hardware" lower.

PORTAFERRY.

1458A  O.- A Three-masted Ship sailing to right, "I . come . speed .2 P'. below.
       R.- "I . promise to . pay the . Bearer , two Pence . John Galloway
           Portaferry . 1735" in eight Lines. Dr. A. Smith's list, No.28.

1458B  O.-  stag standing to left, "Truth . over . comes .2. P" below.
       R.- I promise to . pay . the Bearer . two Pence . Robt. Miller Portferry
           1756" in eight Lines. Dr. A. Smith, No.29.

Co. DUBLIN.

DALKEY (See KINGST0WN).

DUBLIN.

Andrews & Co.

1459   O.- Large Building. "The Tea Establishment" Small "H . B" below.
           Ex. "Andrews & Co. Dublin." 
       R.- "Andrews's Famous 4/s Tea."

Ashley.

1459A  O.- "Ashley - Blue Boar - Fran Stt," in three Lines within a raised
           Border.
       R.- Blank. Wm. Ashley, Grocer, resided at No.77, Francis St., in 1797.
           See Dr. A. Smith's Leaden and Pewter Tokens, No.26

Austin.

1460   O.- Bust to left, "Victoria Regina 1861."
       R.- "Austin's Dressing Case Makers 59 Westmoreland St. Dublin late of
           St. Andrew St."

1460A  O.- "John Boshell" and a Flower with six Petals.
       R.- "No. 83 - Church - Stt." in three Lines. John Boshell was a Grocer,
           Oil and Seed Merchant, at 83. Old Church St., from 1781 to 1786,
           and as a Wholesale Merchant in 1788. His name does not appear
           in the Dublin Directory after 1789. Dr. A. Smith's list of Leaden
           and Pewter Tokens, No. 11.

Bryan.

1461   O.- Bust to left, "Victoria Dei Gratia."
       R.- "Thomas Bryan Wine & Spirit Dealr. 23 Upr Baggot Street Dublin
           (between 1852 and 1864.)

Bryen.

1462   O.- Three suspended Sugar Loaves, "T. O. Bryen. Church. S. t Dublin."
       R.- Punch Bowl labelled "Whisky; "Bunch of Grapes above, two small
           Tobacco Pipes crossed below, a Lemon and two Annulets on each
           side, "Dealer in Candles."

1463   O.- As last.
       R.- A Canister between two Sugar Loaves, ". Grocer . & . Tea (on Canister)
           Dealer .1790."

1464   O.- As 1462.
       R.- A Cask between a Bottle and Wine Glass, two Annulets on each side,
           "Dealer in Whisky."

Byrne.

1465   O.- "P Byrne No. 28." 
       R.- "Ch Strt."
       E.- Milled. Lead. "Patrick Byrne, Grocer, resised at No. 28 Old
           Church St. from 1779 to 1792." Vide Dr. Aquila Smith's list of
           Leaden and Pewter Tokens, No.12.

Byrne & Co.

1466   O.- Bust of Queen Victoria to left, "Byrne & Co. 6 & 7 Granby Row
           Dublin."
       R.- "Byrne & Co. Tea & Wine Merchants 6 & 7 Granby Row Dublin."
           Date.- Between 1849 and 1865 given in Dr. Adams's list. No.13.

Camac.

1467   O.- "H M Co" in Script Monogram, "Turner Camac Chairman . Farthing."
       R.- Hibernia seated to left holding a Harp of thirteen Strings,
           "Incorporated by Act of Parliament . 1792."

1468      As last, Plated.

1469      As 1467, with Flaw through "man" on O.

1470   O.- As 1467, with an Ornament before and after "Farthing."
       R.- As 1467.

1471      "Camac Kyan & Camac d." (Sec Lindsay, p. 117, No.27.)

Cannock, White, & Co.

1472   O.- Bust to left, "Victoria Queen of Great Britain."
       R.- A triple Shamrock, "Cannock White & Co. Dublin." (1847).

1473   O.- As last,
       R.- As last, except the Letters smaller, and an Ornament before and
           after "Dublin."

1474   O.- Bust of Queen Victoria to left, "Cannock 'White & Co. 14 Henry St.
           Dublin."
       R.- "Cannock White & Co. Drapers 14 Henry St. Dublin . Nr. the Post
           Office" (1847.)

1475   O.- Bust of Queen Victoria to left, "Cannock White & Co. Dublin
           & Cork,"
       R.- Similar to last, the Letters smaller, and thc cwntrw in different
           position with the outer Legend.

1476       As last. Bronze.

Colgan.

1477   O.- "C. Colgan." 
       R.- "No. 11 Thomas St." Dr. A. Smith's list, No. 13.

P.C. (Peter Curran.)

1478   O.- "P. C . the Abbey . Clare Lane . 2d."
       R.- "Parkes" (1866). In Dr. Adams's Collection, who says this Coin
           was struck for Peter Curran, the Proprietor.

Donohue.

1479   O.- Bust to left, "Victoria Regina."
       R.- "M. W. Donohue No.1 . Fitzwilliatn Lane." (1847.) Dr.Adams's
           Collection.

Doyle.

1480   O.- A Horse galloping, "Francis Doyle. Haddington Road 2d."
       R.- Blank. (1853.) Dr. Adams's Collection.

Dunn.

1481   O.- A Rose in centre, "Edward Dunn."
       R.- "No 13 Dorset. Street." Lead. In the Collection of Wm. Fraser, Esq.,
           M.D., M.R.I.A., Dublin. Dr. Adams says, "Ed. Dunn, Grocer,
           resided at 13, Dorset Street from 1790 to 1804."

Emerald Hotel.

1482   O.- Bust to left, "Victoria Regina."
       R.- A Wreath of Shamrock, "Emerald Hotel 65 Thomas St."

Exchange Hotel

1482A  O.- "Exchange. Hotel. 2d."
       R.- "J. C. Parkes. Dublin." Brass.

Fay.

1483   O.- "William . Fay +"
       R.- "114 James's Stt." Lead. Dr. Aquila Smith's list, No. 14.

Fitzhugh.

1484   O.- Bust of Queen Victoria to left.
       R.- "George S. Fitzhugh .9 College St." (1852.) Dr. Adams's Collection.

Fleming.

1185   O.- A flaming Urn, "Petr. Fleming." Counterinarked "P. F."
       R.- "No. 101 Ch. St."  Lead. Dr. A. Smith's list, No.15.

Garrick.
1486   O.- Laureate Bust to left, "David . Garrick . Esqr 1792."
       R.- "Payable in . Dublin . or London 1792." E.- Milled.

Halpin.

1487   O.- Chr. Halpin." R.- "39 Church . Stt" Lead.

Hutton.

1488   O.- Four small Crosses between a double Circle. Leg. "* * * Hutton."
           "Maxl." indented.
       R.- "101 James . Street," with (?) a Bird over the Figures. Lead. Dr.
           A. Smith's list, No.17.

1489   O.- A Coronet with five Rays, "Maxt. Hutton . N'. 101," with a Fleur
           de Lis after the Figures.
       R.- Six (?) Griffins' Heads in centre, a Cross Crosslet below, a
           Fleur de Lis before, in the middle, and after the Leg., "James Street"

1489A      As 1489, smaller.

1489B  O.- As 1489.
       R.- Similar to 1489, a dot before, and a Trefoil in the middle, and no
           dot after the Legend.

1489C      As last, smaller. See Numismatic Chronicle. The last four are in the
           Author's Collection. Dr. Adams, in a note to No. 17, Dr. A.
           Smith's list, says, "Maxwell Hutton, No. 131, James Street, is in
           the Directory from the year 1787 to 1790. The Hutton family
           carried on the Grocery business for many years subsequent to 1790.
           There is a street in Dublin called Dame's Street, which at first was
           put on the Mould, and altered to James Street. Maxwell Hutton's
           Grandson is now a celebrated Coach Builder in Summer Hill, and
           Dawson Street, Dublin."

India & China Tea Co.

1489CAzO.- "India & China Plantation Tea Company." Hexagonal Star. In the
           centre, Arms of Coventry and Bolton (Lancashire), Elephant and
           Castle, "Trade Mark."
       R.- An Ornament, and "To be presented at Dublin or Kingstown." "One
           quarter Pound . Ardill Leeds," (1880.) In Dr. Adams's Collection.

J. M. L.

1489D  O.- "J M L *" at right angles, "57" in centre. R.- As 1482A.

J. A. H.

l489E  O.- Bust to left, "Victoria Regina."
       R.- "J. A. H" in ornamental Letters: "3" in centre, and a Quatrcfoil
           before and after "Dublin." In Dr. Adams's Collection.

Kane.

1490   O.- "81" within a plain and beaded Oval, "Gregory Kane Dame Street
           Dublin Military Portmantua & Trunk Warehouse."
       R.- "Manufacturer of all sorts of Camp Furiuture Leather Writing Desks
           Ladies Portmantuas Dressing Cases Work and Dispatch Boxes, &C."
       E.- Milled. Brass. (1853.)

1491   O.- Bust to left, "Victoria Regina."
       R.- "69" indented on a Knapsack, "Gregory Kane Military Portmantua
           Warehouse Dame St.. Dublin . Dressing Cases Trunks, &c."

1492   O.- Bust to left, "I C P" below, "Victoria Regina."  R.- As last. Brass.

1493   O.- Similar to last, a dot between the letters below the Bust.
       R.- As last. Brass.

1494   O.-Similar to 1491.
       R.- "Kane's Military Furiuture and Portmantua Factory 69 & 70 Dame-St,
           Dublin." Brass.

Kernan & Co.

1495   O.- "Kernan & Co. Aerated Mineral Waters .88 & 89 Camden St."
       R.- "I. C. Parkes," (1868.) No. 19, Dr. Adams's list,

Killeen.

1496   O.- Bust of Queen Victoria to left, "Michael Killeen . Woollen Draper."
       R.- "National Woollen Hall . Dame Street . Dublin." (1846.) No.20,
           Dr. Adams's list.

Large.

1497   O.- "I. Large 26 Lincoln Place Dublin."
       R.- Blank. (1844.) No.21, Dr. Adams's list.

Leonard.

1498   O.- "Thos. Leonard."
       R.- "No. 41 - Britain St." A Flower in centre of O. and R.

1499       Similar to last, with small Pellet instead of Flower in centre
           of O. and R. NOTE  Thomas Leonard, Grocer, resided at No.41, Britain
           Street now Great Britain Street, from 779 to 1783, Vide Dr, A.
           Smith's list. No. 18.

Lyon.

1500   O.- A Lion rampant. "I : Lyon" and a Trefoil below.
       R.- "27 Fishers Lane" within a corded Circle. Fisher's Lane is an
           obscure Place between Pill Lane and Mary's Lane. Vide Dr. A.
           Smith's list, No.19.

Matthew.

1501   O.- Bust to left, "Victoria Regina."
       R.- "Matthew . Clothier and Draper .38 Upper Sackville St. Dublin.
           Orders executed with Dispatch and the most moderate Profit."
           (1844.) No.22, Dr. Adam's list.

Mooney.

1502   O.- Bust to left, "Victoria Regina."
       R.- A Wreath of shamrocks, "J. Mooney + 142 Lr. Baggot St. (1852.)

Mc.Cann.

1503   O.- "M. Mc.Cann Tavern" divided by a Tree, "2d" on each side.
       R.- Blank, Dr. Adams's Collection.

Mc.Donogh.

1504   O.- "* Morn. Mc.Donogh, with a Harp in the centre.
       R.- "* Brunswick * Stt.," with "No. 14" in centre. A beaded circle at the
           Edge on both sides. Lead. Dr. A. Smith's list, No.20.

M. F.

1505   O.- A Dove with Olive Branch, "2 M. F. 9 Duke. St."
       R.- J. C. Parkes . Dublin." Brass. Dr. Adams's Coll.

Mc.Grane.

1506   O.- "John MC.Grane," with a Flower in the centre, and one before Grane
       R.- "No. 10 Boot Lane." Ex. Two Flowers. A Flower after "Boot."
           Lead. Dr. A. Smith's list, No.21.
           NOTE  Boot Lane extends from Mary's Abbey to Little Mary Street

Mc.Swiney, Delany. & Co.

1506A  O.- Mc.Swiney Delany & Company . Lower Sackville St. Dublin."
       R.- Building, "Dublin" above. Ex. "Opened May 1853."

Murphy.

1507   O.- "M : Murphy No. 8. Wood S . t . Dublin  1796."
       R.- A Tea Canister between two Sugar Liaves, "Grocer & . Tea (on
           Canister Dealer, 1790." Same R. as 1463.

1508   O.- As last, R.- As 1462.

1509   O.- As 1507,
       R.- As 1464. These two last are rather imperfectly described by Mr.
           Lindsay, p. 119, Nos. 75 & 74.

O'Grady.

1510   O.- "O'Grady Clinton & Co. Drapers .19 & 20 Henry St. Dublin."
       R.- A Harp with nine Shamrocks below, "May Ireland Flourish." (1852.)

1511      As last. Plated.

Porter Barm Bakery.

1512   O.- "The Porter Barm Bakery No. 49 South King Street Dublin."
       R.- "Cork Bakery No. 49 South King St. Dublin *." (1847.)

1513   O.- "The Porter Barm Bakery 38 Stephens Green North Dublin.
       R.- "Cork Bakery * South King St. * Dublin."

1514   O.- As 1512. R.- "Thompson & Co No 49 South King St. * Dublin,"

Prince Alfred Hotel.

1515   O.- "Prince Alfred Hotel 28 Eden Quay . R. & C." (Rogers & Costley.)
       R.- Blank. In Dr, Adams's Collection, issued between 1866 and 1868."

Plunkett.

1516   O.- Bust of Queen Victoria to left, "J. Plunkett Leather Merchant .
           1 Aungier St. Dublin."
       R.- "Importer of French & English Leather Shoe Trimmings .
           Wholsale & Retail." Dr. Adams's Coll., issued 1847.

Post Office Tavern.

1517   O.- Bust of Queen Victoria to left. "Victoria Regina."
       R.- "General Post Office Tavern J K * (James Kenny) No.9 Elephant
           Lane off Sackville St. Dublin." Dr. Adams's Collection, issued
           between 1859 and 1870.

Rooney.

1518   O.- In the centre a Sprig, "Pat Rooney."
       R.- "No. 101 Chh. St" with a Scroll under the lower line. Lead. Patrick
           Rooney (successor to Peter Fleming; see No.1485), Grocer, resided
           at 101, Old Church Street, from 1787 to 1790.. Dr. A. Smith's list,
           No.22.

Scott, Bell, & Co.

1519   O.- "Scott, Bell & C".. successors to Harvics & Co. . Wellington Quay
           Dublin."
       R.- "Silk Mercers  Drapers & Hosiers," with Rose, Thistle, and Shamrock
           in centre.

Sloman & Co.

1520   O.- Bust to left, "Victoria Regina."
       R.- A Horse's Shoe, on which is inscribed "Old Horse Shoe." "Saml.
           Sloman & Co. Old Horse Shoe Hotel & Tavern 65 Thomas St. Dublin,"
           Dr. Adams's list, No.28.

Smyth.

1521   O.- "Chas. Smyth."
       R.- "Mary's Abbey." Lead. Mary's Abbey extends from Capel Street to
           Pill Lane. Dr. A. Smith's list, No.23.

J. T (John Taylor.)

1522   O.- "J : T No. 32."
       R.- "32" in centre; "Upper. Church: St. *" Lead. "John Taylor,
           Grocer, resided at No.32, Upper Church Street, from 1787 to 1791."
           Dr. A. Smith's list, No, 24.

Tyrrell.

1523   O.- "Tyrrell No 9 T C" (Thomas Court), within an engrailed Border.
       R.- Blank. Lead. Octagonal. Thomas Court is on the south side of the
           City, near to Streets in which other Tokens were issued. Dr. A.
           Smith's list, No.39.

Talty, Murphy, & Co.

1524   O.- Bust of H. M. Queen Victoria to left, Talty, Murphy & Co. 9 & 10
           Henry St. Dublin."
       R.- "Trimmings, Haberdashery, Berlin Wools Hosiery, Shirts, Gloves
           &c.."  (1849.)

Thompson & Co. (see 1541.)

W Todd S Co. - Todd, Burns, & Co.

1525   O.- Bust of H.M.G.M. Queen Victoria, "Todd Burns & Co. Dublin."
       R.- "General Furnishing Drapers Tailors &c &c .47 Mary St. Dublin."

1526   O.- "Todd, Burns, & Co. Drapers, Mary St.. Dublin . 1834. " "One
           Farthing."
       R.- "W . Todd & Co. Drapers, Cork, & Limerick . Payable in Dublin, Cork,
           or Limerick. ""L" in the centre Limerick opposite the first "D"
           in Todd.

1527   O.- As last, except the Letters blurred by being struck from a
           much used die. R.- As last.

1528   O.- As 1526. 
       R.- Similar to 1526. the "L' in centre Limerick opposite
           the last "D" in Todd.

1529   O.- As 1527. R.- As 1528.

1530   O.- Similar to 1526. the centre terminates further from outer Legend,
           and commences lower. R.- As 1528.

Tomblinson.

1531   O.- Bust to left, Victoria Regina."
       R.- "Wm. Tomblinson No. 1 Fitzwilliam Lane + Dublin +..'

White.

1532   O.- "Robt. White" with "R. W" indented in Script Letters on a
           rectangular label. R.- "106 Pill Lane." Lead.

1533       As last, without the Countermark. Dr. Adams's Collection. In a Note
           on No.25, Dr. A. Smith's list, Dr. Adams says that "Robert White,
           Grocer, resided at No. 106, Pill Lane, from 1773 to 1784."

Webb & Co.

1534   O.- Bust to left, "Victoria Queen of Great Britain."
       R.- "Webb & Co. Linen & Woollen Drapers 10 11 & 12 Corn Market
           Dublin."

KINGSTOWN.

1535   O.- "Harrison & Co. General -.- Grocers , Kingstown & Dalkey."
       R.- Rose, Thistle, and Shamrock, "Harrison & Cos. Tea . is the best."
           (1854).

1536   O.- "Harrison & Co. successors to J. Bewley , Lowr. George St.
           Kingstown."
       R.- As last. (1849.)

Co. GALWAY.

GALWAY.

1537   O.- Bust of Queen Victoria to left, "I. Fortune & Co. Galway."
       R.- I . Fortune & Co. Linen & Woollen Drapers, Hosiers Hatters &
           Haberdashers Galway."

1538       As last. Brass.

1539   O.- Geoe Farquarson & Co. . Woollen Drapers . Galway."
       R.- "George Farquarson & Co. . Galway . 1839."

1540   O.- "Ceoe. Farquarson & Co.. Woollen Drapens . Payable at Galway."
       R.- "George Farquarson & Co. Calway .1838. One Farthing."

GORT.

1541   O.- "John Boland . Gort," a Star below.
       R.- "John Boland Grocer Wine & Spirit . Merchant."

Loughrea.

1542   O.- "James O'Flynn Loughrea."
       R.- "1842" within a Wreath of Shamrocks.

Co. KERRY.

KILLARNEY.

1543   O.- Bust to left, Queen Victoria, "G. A. O'Keeffe Main St. Killarney."
       R.- "Woollen & Linen Draper Hatter & Hosier."

1544   O.- "Sweeny & O'Keefe . General Drapers &c. Killarney."
       R.- "Commercial House - 1, 2 & 3 Henn Street . Killarney." An Orna-
           inent above and below Killarney.

1544A  O.- Bust of the Queen to left, "Commercial Warehouse 1, 2 & 3 Henn St."
       R.- "William Mc.Sweeney Merchant Killarney,"

1544B  O.- Bust of the Queen to left, " x Commercial House x Killarney."
       R.- Mc.Sweeny & O'Keeffe . Late I. Welpy & Co. General Drapers."

1544C  O.- "Mc.Sweeny & O Kieffe . Late I Welpy & Co. General Drapers.
       R.- "Commercial House, No. 1,2, & 3 Henn St. Killarney."

1544D  O.- Bust of the Queen to left, "C. A. O'Keeffe Main St. Killarney."
       R.- "Woolen & Linen Draper, Hatter & Hosier." The above four are
           in Dr. Adams's Collection.

TRALEE.

1545   O.- "J. Lumsden & Co Hatters Tralee."
       R.- "Drapers & Silk Mercens" within a Circle, "33 Denny Street" (1838).

1546   O.- "J Hanraban & Co. Victoria House. Tralee."
       R.- "Hats . Woollen & Linen Drapers."

1547   O.- "M. H. Reardon . Tralee . One Farthing 1839."
       R.- "Payable at Tralee . Woollen Linen & Hat Warehouse."

KING's Co.

TULLAMORE (see 1557A).

Co. LIMERICK.

KILMALLOCK.

1547A  O.- Bust of Queen Victoria to left.
       R.- "Danl O'Brien Kilmallock."

LIMERICK.

1548   O.- "John Egan Wholesale Manchester Warehouse . Payable at No. 6
           Robert Street Limerick."
       R.- A Spinning Wheel, "One Farthing 1832."

1548A  O.- Bust of the Queen to left.
       R.- "Charles Higginson & Co.: Drapers . Limerick." In Dr. Adams's Coll.


1549   O.- "Mc.Ardell and Bourke Gunpowder Merchants Limerick 1843."
       R.- "Trimmings, Worsted, & Stationery Warehouse 3 Rutland St."

1550   O.- Building with a Dome "Payable at the Mont de Piete Limerick.1837."
       R.- "One Farthing," and two Ornaments within a laurel Wreath.

1551   O.- Bust of the Queen to left, "1846."
       R.- "Revington, Higginson & Co. Drapers Limerick"

1551A  O.- "Scarr . Brothers Tea Men . 15 Patrick Street Limerick."
       R.- Building, "Exhibition Palace." Ex. "London 1851."

1552   O.- "Payable at Jno. Unthank & Son's 34 William Street Limerick."
       R.- A Plough and Shuttle, "Source of a Nation's Wealth."

1553       As last. Brass

LONDONDERRY Co.

COLERAINE.

1553A  O.- "Robt. Small Merchant Coleraine."
       R.- "Payable at 34 & 35 Church - St."

NEWCASTLE.

1553B  O.- Bust of the Queen to left, "* Irish Woolen Warehouse * Bridge St."
       R.- "* Florence O'Connell * Merchants . Newcastle." In Dr. Adams's
           Collection.

Co. LONOFORD.

LONGFORD.

1554   O.- Bust to left, "Victoria Queen."
       R.- John Maxwell Merchant. Longford," and two Ornaments (1852).

Cos. LOUTH & MEATH.

DROGHEDA.

1555   O.- Building, "Todd Laing & Co. Fair St. Drogheda."
       R.- "Wholesale & Retail Linen & Woollen Mercers, Hosiers, Hatters,
           Haberdashers, Outfitters, & House Furnishers . Bonnets, Boots &
           Shoes . Mantles & Cloaks &c."

1556   O.- Bust to left, "Victoria Queen. ""H P" below.
       R.- "2d" within a Wreath of Shamrocks, "Byrnes Hotel - West St.
           Drogheda."

Co. MONAGHAN.

MONAGHAN.

1557   O.- "F. Adams . Monaghan." R.- Wreath of Shamrocks.

QUEEN'S Co.

RATHDOWNEY.

1557A  O.- "Robert Perry & Sons . Brewers . Rathdowney."
       R.- Blank (date 1869). Dr. Adams's list.

Co. ROSCOMMON.

ATHLONE, MOATE, AND TULLAMORE.

1557A  O.- "Burgess & Co Drapers - Mercers . Church St. Athlone . &
           Main St. Moate."
       R.- "Church St. Athlone Main St. Moate & William St. Tullamore.'

Co. TIPPERARY.

CLONMEL.

1558   O.- Bust of the Queen to left, "Peter Mc.Swiney & Co. Abbey St. Clonmel."
       R.- "Peter Mc.Swiney & Co. Merchants & Drapers Abbey St. Clonmel."

1559   O.- "Payable at Mc.Swiney, O.Brien & Co.  Victoria House Abbey St.
           Clonmel."
       R.- Pair of Scissors and Yard Measure crossed, "One Farthing."

1560      As last. Bronze

TIPPERARY.

1561   O.- "Payable at Morris's Commercial House. Tipperary."
       R.- One Farthing payable at Morris's Commercial House . Tipperary."

Co. TYRONE.

DUNGANNON.

1562   O.- A Stag walking to left, Legend indistinct. Ex. "3 o P o"
       R.- "I promise to pay the bearer .......... Dungannon  l736."

MOY.

1563   O.- Bust to left, "Victoria Regina."  I C P" below.
       R.- A Fish, "Two Pence, * Moy . Hotel *"

NEWTOWN.

1564   O.- A Lion with Chain broken, "Fierce . and . Strong."
       R.- "I promise to . pay . the Bearer . Two Pence . Will McQuoid
           New . Towne."  Simons' 2nd additional plate, No, 21.

Co. WATERFORD.

WATERFORD.

1565   O.- "Conway Carleton Waterford."
       R.- "1841" within a Wreath of Shamrocks. Brass.

1566   O.- "Conway Carleton Draper . Waterford.'. R.- As last.

1567       As last, thinner.

1568   O.- "James Carroll, Silk Mereer, Draper &c . Quay Waterford."
       R.- "One Farthing payable at the Commercial House . Quay . Waterford."
           Two Ornaments.

1569   O.- Bust of Queen Victoria to left.
       R.- "J. W. Delahunty Draper and Hatter , Waterford,"

1570   O.- "David Holden Woollen Draper 1, Broad St Waterford."
       R.- A Bale labelled "The New Cloth Hall." "Established 1835."

1571   O.- "W. Kirkwood Draper & Silk Mercer Waterford:" R.- Building..

1572   O.- "Mc.Leer & Kelly + Drapers +"
       R.- "National Woollen House Quay, Waterford."

1573   O.- "Milling & Company 4 Little Georges Street Waterford."
       R.- A Bale inscribed "M & Co W." "Silk Mercers, Linen - Drapers,
           Haberdashers &c."

Co. WESTMEATH.

MOATE AND TULLAMORE.

1574      See 1557A

Co. WEXFORD.

ENNISCORTHY.

1575   O.- Bust to left, "Victoria Regina."
       R.- "W. I. Johnston & Co. Commercial House Enniscorthy."

IRISH MISCELLANEOUS.

1581   O.- Two Heads joined, "For Ireland:" an Ornament below. Incuse.
       R.- Blank.

1582   O and R.- A robed Figure playing a Harp, and surrounded with Emblems.

1583   O.- A Harp, above which is a Celestial Crown; a Shamrock on each side,
           and two smaller ones on the Ground within a sunken Circle, "God
           save the Queen. Repeal of the Union." R.-.- Blank.

1584   O.- A Harp semi surrounded with Shamrocks.
       R.- "2d" in centre, "Olympic *" Brass.

1585   O.- "I promise to pay the Bearer on demand Two Pence Thomas Fisher."
       R.- A Bird (? Kingfisher) holding a Fish. Brass.

1586      Similar to last, the Letters larger, and Bird different.

1587       As last, on smaller Blank.

1588   O.- Female seated and leaning on a Harp, "Hibernia."
       R.- An open Book, inscribed "Jany 21 - 1793." Leg., "The Wrongs of
           Man." E.- Milled.

1589       As last, except "793" only inscribed.

1590       As 1588. 
       R.- Laureate Bust of Geo. II. to left, "God Save the King." E.- Milled.

1591   O.- As 1588. R.- "P S Co" in script Monogram Cypher.

1592   O.- As 1588.
       R.- Dove flying with Olive Branch within a Wreath of Laurels. E.- Milled.

1593   O.- As 1588.
       R.- Bust with Hat on, "Jacobs" below. "Robert Orchard . 1796."
       E.- Milled.

1594   O.- As 1588.
       R.- Hooded Bust to left within a Wreath of Oak. E.- Milled.

1595   O.- As 1588.
       R.- Pair of Breeches, out of which Flames are issuing; a serpent
           with a Dagger through the Throat, the Head detached, and the
           end of the barbed Tail cut off, "Pandoras Breeches."

1596   O.- As 1588.
       R.- A Man hanging on a Gallows, a Flag from a House on the right,
           Battle Axe and Fetters on the Ground, a Ladder leaning against
           the Gallows. "End of P (an Eye) T."    E.- Milled.

1597   O.- Bust to left, "D O'Connell The Friend of his Country."
       R.- A Harp on which is a Crown between a Laurel and Shamrock branch.
           "Erin Go Brach." E.- Milled.

1598   O and R.- As last. E.- Obliquely Milled.

1599       As 1597. Brass.

1600       As 1598. Brass.

1601   O.- Different Bust to left, "Daniel O'Connell M.P. The Friend of
           his Country."
       R.- A Tomb surmounted with a radiated Cross, and inscribed
           "D. O'Connell born 6 August 1775 died 15 May 1847." " Catholic
           Emancipation" above; "Repeal" below. Brass.

1602   O.- Two Canisters, and a Sugar Loaf, inscribed "Hyson," "Souchong,"
           "RHG." "R. Hoare Grocer & Tea Dealer" above.
       R.- A Roll of Linen inscribed "Irish," a Sickle and Harvest Rake,
           "Ironmonger & Draper" above.

1603   O.- Bust to left, "Victoria Regina,"
       R.- "C. F. C." in Old English Text, "2d" below, within a Wreath of
           Shamrocks.

1604   O.- As last.
       R.- "M. H" in Old English Text, "2d" below, within a Wreath of
           Shamrocks.

1605   O.- As 1603.
       R.- "W. D" in Old English Text, "2d" below, within a Wreath of
           Shamrocks.

1606   O.- Similar to 1603, with "I G P" below.
       R.- "T. W." in Old English Text, "2" below, within a Wreath of
           Shamrocks.

1607   O.- As last.
       R.-  "M. R" between quatrefoils, "2d" below; "37 City Quay."

1608   O.- "John Mc.Carthy Grocer & Spirit Dealer No 1 Barrackton."
       R.- Standing Figure holding a Sprig, "The China Man." Dr. Adams
           informs the Author that this was issued in Cork.

1609      O and R.-  "Quinn" indented on a d. Geo. IV.

1610   O.- A Mallet surmounted with a Crown dividing "2 Pe." R.- Blank.

1611   O.- A Gateway with three Towers, "1795" below.
       R.- "J G" and "D G" in two lines. Square. Lead

1612   O.- Similar to last, "1805" below.
       R.- "J.M" and "DG" in two lines. Square. Lead.

1613   O.- A Crown with alternate Star and Shamrock Points, five
           slanting dotted Lines below: a Festoon of Laurel Leaves with
           centre of Shamrocks; at the top, two Sceptres with Tulip terminals
           and Shamrocks in the Angles, and twelve slanting dotted Lines at
           bottom: two dots at each end of the Festoon.
       R.- Two Flowers with double Stems and Shamrock or Trefoil Petals,
           pentagonal Star, with an Ornament on each side above and below,
           floreat Ornaments above.

1614       As last, smaller.

1615   O.- A Crown with alternate Shamrock or Trefoil, and Star Points, seven
           perpendicular dotted lines below a Festoon of Laurel Leaves with,
           Rose centre at the top; two Sceptres or Torches crossed lower;
           "..H H .." at bottom.
       R.- Similar to 1613. single stems to the Flowers, a Rose in centre
           of ornaments at top, and one dot on each side, a Trefoil in centre
           at bottom.

1616   O.- As last.
       R.- Similar to last, a Star at bottom and two dots on either siide of
           Ornament at top.

1617   O.- "Ferrar & Taggart Silk Mercers Haberdashers &c."
       R.- "One Farthing payable at Donegal Place."

1618   O.- "Ferrar & Compy..Silk Mercens Haberdasbers &c." R.- As last.

1619       As last. Pale Copper.

1620   O.- "W. P" in ornamental Cypher; "Farthing."
       R.- A Canister, "Tea," around which is "Pro. Bono. Publico. 1757."

1621       As last, smaller and thinner.

1622   O.- Similar to 1620. the Cypher smaller and further from the Legend.
       R.- Similar to last, the Canister smaller and in different position with
           the Leg.

1623       As last. Plated.

1624   O.- "1841" within a Wreath of Shamrocks. R.- Blank.

1625   O. and R.- "Jon Foster Linen Draper. & Haberdasher."



N. B. - For continuation of Irish Farthing Tokens, &c., see Supplement.