Dunham & Yallop, Copper Halfpenny, 1793 (D&H Norfolk 32) Obv: A shield of arms of the city of Norwich upon a sword and mace, between crossed palm branches. Around the perimeter SUCCESS TO THE CITY OF NORWICH. Emblazoned shield; tie at branches; the hilt of the sword points to the space between the O and F of OF; the top of the mace to the first limb of H of THE; two small ornaments after NORWICH; Rev: An eagle with wings extended. Around the perimeter NORWICH HALFPENNY . In Ex: 1793; Edge: PAYABLE AT THE SHOP OF DUNHAM & YALLOP GOLD-SMITHS (Conder 120; 23, Pye 39; 5, Atkins 154; 33, D&H Norfolk 32)
Dunham & Yallop, Robert Dunham (1761-1823) and John Yallop (later, Sir John Yallop, 1762-1835) were partners in the goldsmiths shop.