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Robert Reynolds & Company, Copper Halfpenny, 1792 Obv Lady Godiva riding a horse. Around the perimeter PRO BONO PUBLICO Ex: 1792 Large date, closely spaced.Small letters in legend; dot after legend equidistsant between the legend and the horses tail. Godiva's head equidistant between the O of BONO and the P of PUBLICO. The tip of the the horses ear to the base of the B of BONO. Rev An elephant and castle (armorial bearings of the city of Coventry) Around the perimeter COVENTRY HALFPENNY Small ear and trunk on elephant. The upper left of the castle aligns to the right of the Y of COVENTRY. A triangular dot after HALFPENNY. Edge PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF ROBERT REYNOLDS & CO (Atkins p. 220, 177; D&H Warwickshire 237)
Typical reverse die flaw. Choice AU
Robert Reynolds, (d. 1805) ribbon weaver, with locations in Coventry, and Cheapside, London.