Worcestershire D&H 45 Bis, 1788, Worcester George III, Farthing Conder Token

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1788 Worcestershire, Worcester, Royal Visit of George III, Farthing Token, D&H 45 Bis

A lovely example of this 18th century Conder token. This token is an unlisted variety of that listed in D&H as Worcestershire 45 but is on the list in the Token Corresponding Society Bulletin, vol12, p354. Struck in silvered brass with a trace of wear to the high points and much original lustre. 

O: Laureate bust to right. W.A. & CO. under. GEORGIVS III DEI GRATIA. 

R: A shield crowned, inscribed WORCESTER . AUGUST . 6 .7 & 8 . in four lines. M . B . F . ET . H . REX . F . D . E . ET . L . D . S . R . I . A . T . ET . E . 1788. 

E: Scalloped. 

This token is listed in Dalton & Hamer as Worcestershire 45 Bis and and is rated R= Rare. I would grade this token Extremely Fine (Sheldon AU58). I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 

For uncertified coins I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 

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