Athlone, Hugh Coffy penny Obv: HVGH (cinquefoil) COFFY (cinquefoil) IN , around linear inner circle, D over (cinquefoil)1 (cinquefoil) within. Rev: (cinquefoil?) ATHLONE.MARCHANT , around linear inner circle, castle on river and swan within. M. Dickinson 32
Cork, city issue penny 1659 Obv: (rosette)A.CORK.PENNY(rosette)1659 , around beaded inner circle, C C (City of Cork), ormonde knot below, at the ends of which two flowers appear above C C . Rev: (rosette).THE.ARMES.OF.CORK. , around a ship in full sail between two castles. Ex Josland. M. Dickinson 201
Dublin, John Foxall penny Obv: (rosette)IOHN.FOXALL.AT.YE.SIGNE , around cable inner circle, fox left within. Rev: (?)OF.THE.FOX.IN.DVBLIN , around cable inner circle, I(cinquefoil)F within. M. Dickinson 326/7. BW 326. Not represented in Norweb
Maryborough, Edward Nicholls penny token Obv: .:.EDWARD.NICHOLLS , around linear inner circle, crowned rose within. Rev: .OF.MARIBROVGH , around linear inner circle, .N. over E:M with . . below. M. Dickinson 632
Lisburn, Edward Moore 1666 penny token Obv: (mullet)EDWARD.MOORE , around cable inner circle, 1666 with .(mullet). above and below. Rev: (mullet)IN.LISBVRNE.:. , around cable inner circle, E M with ormonde knot below, at the ends of which three flowers appear above the initials. M. Dickinson 589. Dies as Norweb 6317 but a much superior example.
Portumna (Galway), Mortagh Canvan 1658 (penny?) Obv: :MO[RTAGH].CANVAN.OF , around linear inner circle, scallop shell within. Rev: :P]ORTVMNA.INKEE[PER , around linear inner circle, [ ] over 58 within. Previously unrecorded, the only known example. Weight: 1.50 grams. The christian name is not certain, also the surname of the issuer has been interpreted as Ganvan
Dublin Corporation, Halfpenny, 1679, in silver, arms of Dublin, · the · dvblin · halfpennie ·, rev. crowned harp, · long · live · the · king ·, edge grained, 9.14g/12h (DF 349, not listed in silver). Obverse fine, reverse better, of the highest rarity; believed to be the only known specimen in silver
Cork Farthing, 4.40g, William Ballard, 1677, brass penny token smoothed and counterstamped on reverse, corke in script, leopards head above, palm branches below, all within toothed border, token undertype llard*his* still legible (Dowle & Finn 333; SCBI 49 Norweb, No 6214; S.6562B), striking crack encroaching onto counterstamp, the counterstamp very clear and full with some wear to the high points, very fine or better, an intriguing and very rare piece