Druids Head 1/2 Penny Replica Coin - Cornish Copper
Issued in 1791, the Druids Head Half Penny was one of a number of late 18th century copper half pennies produced during the second period of token production in Britain.
"Cornish Copper Half An Ounce 1791"
This replica coin has been die struck in Cornish copper, salvaged from the wreck of the East India Company vessel "Carnbrea Castle", which sank off the Isle of Wight in 1829.
Issued in a suedette pouch including a more detailed description of this coin's history.
The complete set of coins and replica coins may be purchased as a set. Presented in a South Crofty gift box including an information leaflet explaining the history of each coin.