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Province of Canada, Quebec, Bank of Montreal, "Front View" Halfpenny Token, 1844

|Canada|, |Province| |of| |Canada,| |Quebec,| |Bank| |of| |Montreal,| |"Front| |View"| |Halfpenny| |Token,| |1844||half| |penny|
On 10 May 1844 the government moved from Kingston to Montreal.
WO20002. Copper half penny, SCWC KM Tn18, VF, weight 9.077 g, maximum diameter 27.9 mm, die axis 0o, Boulton and Watt Soho mint, 1844; obverse PROVINCE OF CANADA ? BANK OF MONTREAL ?, front view of the Bank of Montreal; reverse BANK TOKEN HALF PENNY, coat of arms of the bank, CONCORDIA SALUS, BANK OF MONTREAL incuse on ribbon, 1844 below; SOLD

Canada, 1857 Bank of Upper Canada Half-Penny Token

|Canada|, |Canada,| |1857| |Bank| |of| |Upper| |Canada| |Half-Penny| |Token||token|
WO38633. Bronze token, Bank of Upper Canada, Half-Penny Token, Near EF, weight 7.945 g, maximum diameter 27.7 mm, die axis 180o, Birmingham, Heaton mint, 1857; obverse BANK TOKEN ONE HALF-PENNY, crown over anchor, sword, and axe; crossed cornucopias below; reverse BANK OF UPPER CANADA 1857, St. George on horseback right, lancing the Dragon; SOLD

Canadian, Ships Colonies and Commerce Token, c. 1815

|Canada|, |Canadian,| |Ships| |Colonies| |and| |Commerce| |Token,| |c.| |1815||token|
The legend reflects a remark made by Napoleon about the basis of the British empireís strength. Different varieties (over 25) were struck by Halliday, Heaton, and others. There is a variety with an American flag on the ship that was struck by Wright & Bale of New York.
WO38634. Bronze token, Canadian, Ships Colonies and Commerce Token, gVF, scratches on COMMERCE, weight 5.141 g, maximum diameter 26.0 mm, die axis 0o, c. 1815; obverse three masted ship over waves right, British flag; reverse SHIPS COLONIES & COMMERCE; SOLD



Krause, C.L. & C. Mishler. Standard Catalog of World Coins. (Iola, WI, 2010 - ).
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