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1794 TALBOT, ALLUM & LEE CENT - 
muled with a John Howard Token reverse

1794 Talbot, Allum & Lee Cent obverse - muled with a John Howard Token         1794 Talbot, Allum & Lee Cent - muled with a John Howard Token reverse

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Recent appearances:
NGC AU-53 Brown.  EAHA 06/2004:900, $299.00, "
1794 Talbot, Allum & Lee Cent, John Howard Mule, NGC graded AU-53 Brown. Breen 1049. Softly struck on the centers (as usual), but sharp elsewhere. Attractive, original, reddish- brown colors and pleasing surfaces. This mule links the popular TAL Token with the British "Conder" token series and confirms that both examples were struck in England. We refer to this as a "gateway" Conder, as it introduces many American collectors to the interesting British series for the first time, and forces the realization that many "American" Colonial coins were manufactured in places other than America."

"Choice About Uncirculated" (not the one illustrated above).  EAHA 08/2001:1449, "1794 Talbot, Allum & Lee Cent, John Howard Mule, Choice About Uncirculated.   114.8 grains. Breen 1049, PAYABLE IN LONDON edge. Softly struck on the centers (as usual), but sharp elsewhere. Attractive, original brown colors and great surfaces. This mule links the popular TAL Token with the British "Conder" token series and confirms that both examples were struck in England. We refer to this as a "gateway" Conder, as it introduces many American collectors to the interesting British series for the first time, and forces the realization that many "American" Colonial coins were manufactured in places other than America."