Obv: A Druid’s head to left surrounded by oak leaf wreath, tied with ribbon below. Rev: Shield of arms, crest a coronet, CORNISH COPPER HALF AN OUNCE around, 1791 below. Edge: Plain in collar.
Almost Uncirculated and fading red. One spot above head, some tiny marks.
A Soho mint production by Matthew Boulton and engraved by Dumarest. The Druids bust is said to have been taken from the title page of Powell’s History of Wales, 1774 edition. (Commercial Coins 1798-1804, R.C. Bell, p. 27.)