Kinsale, town issue square farthing ??? Obv: Capital K with beaded outer square. Rev: Capital K of a different style with beaded outer square. c. 1641 - 1652 Material: Copper. Dimensions: Max 15mm x 15mm. Weight: 1.42 grams or 21.9 grains. No reference for this style known to me.
1642-1649. Square Æ Farthing (14x15mm, 0.94 g, 5h). Youghal issue. Dated 1646. Large Y T; above, bird right; 1646 below; all within double linear border / Ship right; all within double linear border. D&F 319; SCBC 6565. Fine, somewhat rough. Very rare
Kinsale Farthing, Spink 6563. squarish copper flan, Obverse: K (dot) S in a circle of dots with what appears to be "53" below. The reverse features a crude chequered shield. The description in the Spink book does not include the "53" date, but it is clearly on the coin, and the similar square Farthing of Youghal has the date below YT. Is it possible that no previously studied Kinsale Farthing has been well-struck or well-centered enough to include the date
Murrough O’Brien, 6th Baron and Lord Inchiquin - John Michael Wright (displayed at Manchester City Galleries). Three-quarter length frontal portrait of Murrough O'Brien, 1st Earl of Inchiquin, dressed in full armour with a sash at his waist and a scarf at his neck. He stands posed with a gloved left hand on his hip, and his bare right hand resting on a baton beside a plumed helmet and glove.
Charles I (1625-1649), Sixpence, 1647, Cork, Southern City of “Refuge” issue, octagonal silver flan, CORK 1647 in two lines, toothed border surrounding, rev VI mark of value within toothed border, 2.18g (DF 329; Nelson fig 90; S 6561A). Toned, very fine and very rare. According to Nelson this coinage was struck during the stay of Murrough O’Brien, 6th Baron and Lord Inchiquin (1618-1674), in May 1647