More than 200,000 of these 1794 Talbot, Alum & Lee Colonial Tokens are believed to have been struck as advertising tokens, dated 1794 and 1795. About three-quarters of the mintage, 150,000 tokens, was sold to the U.S. mint and used as half cent planchets.
- Talbot, Allum & Lee was an East India Trading Company in New York City.
- A large quantity of these English made copper cents went into circulation during 1794 and 1795.
- PCGS encapsulation guarantees and protects the condition of the coin.
- Obverse: Features Liberty standing with a pole, with a Phrygian cap atop, in her right hand in front of a bundle of goods.
- Reverse: Depicts a large cargo ship sailing across the Atlantic Ocean.
- This coin is the with "NEW YORK" variety.
- Struck on a Red/brown planchet and is smooth and nice.
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