Provincial Tokens
Middlesex Young's DH 39

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Coin Details

Origin/Country: G.BRIT - MIDDLESEX
Item Description: PENNY 1794 G.BRIT D&h-39 MIDDLESEX - YOUNG'S E: PLAIN Middlesex DH 39
Full Grade: NGC MS 65 RB PL
Owner: farthing

Set Details

Custom Sets: Provincial Tokens
Competitive Sets: This coin is not competing in any sets.
Research: NGC Coin Price Guide

Owner Comments:

Middlesex Young's DH #39 - Diesinker: Thomas Wyon, Manufacturer: Peter Kempson, Issurer: Henry Young. Obverse: A view of St. Paul's Cathedral Ex: 1794 Reverse: The Star of the Order of the Garter, the legend H. YOUNG . DEALER . IN COINS . NO. 18 . LUDGATE . ST. LONDON surrounding. Edge: Plain.
Issued as a private token and advertising token for Henry Young (died 1804). Henry was a goldsmith, jeweller and coin dealer, first at 9 Fleet Street (1768-77) and then 18 Ludgate Street (1779-96). Later at 10 Tavistock Court, Covent Gardens (1797-98) and finally 16 Ludgate Street (1798-1804). He is the father of Matthew Young, also a coin dealer who issued his own tokens.

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