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Sierra Leone - Early

Category:  World Coins
Owner:  Scott A
Last Modified:  4/8/2021
Set Description
A small but significant collection started.

Set Goals
High end coins of early Sierra Leone.

Slot Name
Origin/Country
Item Description
Full Grade
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View Coin 1791 Cent Bronze Mint State SIERRA LEONE Bronze CENT 1791 BRONZE KM 1 PCGS MS 65 Brown 1791 Cent Bronze Mint State (Rare in Mint State as opposed to Proof format).
2 Hairs on Lion Tail.
PCGS MS65BN (single finest graded by both parties).
View Coin 1791 Penny Mint State Sierra Leone Copper PENNY 1791 KM 2.1 Annechino PCGS MS 64 PCGS MS64RB Finest Graded by PCGS/NGC for type in MS and tough to locate with any red left. - An abundance of red with claims to a higher grade. Some crumbling to some of the letters and numbers on the date side. 2 Hairs on Lion Tail. Pictures don't really show the color well. Very rare in non-proof format.
View Coin 1791 Penny 30mm KM 2.2 Proof Sierra Leone Bronze PENNY 1791 30 mm Annechino PCGS PF 66 PCGS PR66BN - Finest Graded by PCGS or NGC - Beautiful
View Coin 1791 10 Cents Bronzed Proof Sierra Leone Bronze 10C 1791 Annechino PCGS PF 65 PCGS PR65 Bronzed second Finest Graded by PCGS - Beautiful
View Coin 1791 20 Cents Bronzed Proof Sierra Leone Bronze 20C 1791 Annechino PCGS MS 67 PCGS PR67 Bronzed Finest Graded by PCGS - Beautiful in older green labeled holder.
View Coin 1791 50 Cents Bronze Proof Sierra Leone Bronze 50C 1791COPPER S.LEO NGC PF 66 BN NGC PF66BN Copper (or Bronze?) One of the finest graded but not in NGC census. I have noticed other omissions in the world section. - A beautiful coin.
View Coin 1807 Slave Trade Abolished Medal Bronze Proof SIERRA LEONE - INCLUDING SIERRA LEONE COMPANY Bronze BRONZE 1807 SIERRA LEONE SLAVE TRADE ABOLISHED Eimer-984b NGC MS 66 BN Slave Trade Medal Bronze NGC PF66BN Most likely the finest of it's kind!! - Beautiful
1807 (c.1814-1825) GFP Bronzed
Soho. Edge: Plain. WE ARE ALL BRETHREN / SLAVE TRADE ABOLISHED / BY GREAT BRITAIN / 1807. Two men clasping hands / Similar in Arabic. Arabic text; signed below, J.P. FECIT. KM Tn1.1; Vice FT2; Eimer-984b.
Macaulay and Babbington
View Coin 1807 Medal Uniface Die Trial SIERRA LEONE 1807 Copper PENNY (1814) GFP COPPER TOKEN COINAGE KM-Tn1, Eimer-984 Annechino: ex. Heritage 1/2010, Lot 22894 Uniface Die Trial PCGS MS 63 Brown PCGS MS63RB George III Era bronze Anti-Slave Medal or "Penny Token" 1807, KM-Tn1, Eimer-984, plain edge, very rare uniface die trial, obverse, by Macaulay & Babington. An historic piece celebrating Britain's abolition of the slave trade in this year, variant with blank reverse which normally carries an Arabic inscription translating the legends. Eimer notes that the bronze pieces were made circa 1814 for distribution in the colony of Sierra Leone as token money, presumably a Penny). As struck, reddish brown, pebbly obverse die, reverse with small cuts. See regular issue piece in high grade above.
Exceedingly rare

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