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Spalding halfpenny token
Spalding halfpenny token. Obverse: Within a shield edged with sprays, the initials 'T.J.' (Thomas Jennings) in old English characters, a couped lion rampant as a crest above; below: '1794'. Reverse: Britannia standing on the shore, a shield and spear in her left, a spray in her right hand, outstretched; a merchantman (left) and three other vessels in distance (left and right); two men and a horse ploughing (right).
- Image reference: E9501-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London