Dolcoath Penny Replica Coin
Probably the best known of all the Cornish tokens, the Dolcoath Penny was issued during the third period of token production between 1811 and 1812.
The Dolcoath Penny, along with the other Cornish pennies of the period, was designed and produced by Thomas Halliday of Birmingham.
The Dolcoath Penny has been die struck in Cornish tin salvaged from the wreck of the "SS Liverpool" and features a lightly patinated finish.
Issued in a suedette pouch with a certificate explaining the history of this coin in detail.
The complete set of coins and replica coins may be purchased as a set. Presented in a South Crofty gift box and including full information explaining the history of each coin.