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New Yorke Token Brass MS

New Yorke Token Brass MS

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Greysheet Catalog Details (GSID: 388)

The New Yorke Token is part of a series of New Yorke Tokens coins struck from . Designated as a Business (MS) strike, this coin is made of Brass or Copper.
Struck in Brass, or Copper. The New Yorke in America token is a farthing or halfpenny token intended for New York, issued by Francis Lovelace, who was governor from 1668 until 1673. The token uses the older spelling with a final "e" (YORKE), which predominated before 1710. In weight, fabric, and die axis the tokens are similar to the 1670 farthing tokens of Bristol, England, where they may have been struck. There is no evidence that any of these pieces ever circulated in America.
Obverse: The obverse shows Cupid pursuing the butterfly-winged Psyche—a rebus on the name Lovelace.
Reverse: The reverse shows a heraldic eagle, identical to the one displayed in fesse, raguly (i.e., on a crenellated bar) on the Lovelace coat of arms.

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Catalog Detail

GSID: 388
Coin Date: New Yorke
Denomination: Token / Token
Designation: MS
Coinage Type: New Yorke Tokens
Composition: Brass or Copper
Variety 2: Brass
Strike Type: Business
Coin Shape: Round
PCGS #: 226
NGC ID: AUBK
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