Conder Tokens

Conder Tokens were struck beginning in 1787 to address a critical shortage of small change in Great Britain and Ireland. Featuring diverse and interesting designs, they became popular collectibles even back in their own time. With thousands of known varieties to collect, numismatists continue to pursue them today.


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1793 Isaac Newton Half Penny Token, Middlesex, XF

1793 Isaac Newton Half Penny Token, Middlesex, XF

British copper half penny token featuring a handsome portrait of famous scientist and mathematician Isaac Newton (1643 - 1727). Newton was also...
$30.00

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1794 Norwich Castle Half Penny Token, Double Strike Error!

1794 Norwich Castle Half Penny Token, Double Strike Error!

1794 British copper half penny token depicting Norwich Castle in Norfolk. The castle was originally built in the 11th century as William the...
$50.00

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1795 Princess of Wales Half Penny Token, Middlesex, ch VF

1795 Princess of Wales Half Penny Token, Middlesex, ch VF

1795 (mislabeled on 2x2) British half penny token depicting Caroline of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttle, Princess of Wales. Caroline married the Prince of...
$30.00

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1825 I. E. Sparrow Nail Merchant Token, Balloon VF

1825 I. E. Sparrow Nail Merchant Token, Balloon VF

Undated (1825) trade token issued by London ironmonger I. E. Sparrow. Lovely 19th century depiction of a hot air balloon. It might seem a peculiar...
$30.00

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