Obv: A key suspended from an iron archway, 1794 in center, PAYABLE AT BULLEN AND MARTINS around, MARKET PLACE NORWICH in exergue. Rev: A plough and shuttle, SUCCESS TO THE PLOUGH AND SHUTTLE around. Edge: Plain.
EF. Red among legends and devices. Rim bump and weak around rim, otherwise much original color and choice. Usual die flaw on obverse over AC in 'PLACE'.
Issued to Joshua Bullen, an ironmonger, and Simon Martin his partner. The plow on the reverse closely resembles the one that was sold by their business. (British and Irish Tradesmen and their Copper Tokens of 1787-1804, Jon D. Lusk, p. 142)