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1790’s Thomas Spence "End Of Pain" Conder Token, 1/4 Penny Farthing, Copper, 21mm Diameter, NGC MS61BN, D&H-1105 Rated “Scarce”


A ever so popular well hung obverse pictorial which is a nicely centered medium chocolate brown with faint patina and no spot or verdigris issues. Struck on a cracked planchet as commonly seen visible in the photo, however also being mentioned for accuracies sake. This example ends your pain of trying to find a UNC example without needing to stretch your budget in a noose for the typical $1.8K to crazy money $3-6K high grade MS level. So count your farthings fast then send me a PM to hold if interested as this one shouldn't hang around long before a deal is executed.








General Terms & Notes: PM me for more details -


Coins above will all ship at my expense.


Coins over $1K will be mailed via USPS Registered Mail Insured -or- Next Day Air Insured.


Coins less then $1K will be mailed via 1st Class USPS Mail Insured w/ Delivery Confirmation.


All tracking info will be forwarded once in transit.


Payment Options = USPS or Bank Money Order, Cashiers Check, Personal Check, E Check, & Paypal (no fee % up-charge).


Trades at times depending on if of interest to me may be considered.


All Checks must clear prior to shipment.


7 Day full refund minus any associated shipping charges.




Extended terms available if your Piggy Bank is skinny, or hurt and healing?




As I can also offer extended 30-60-90 day terms, 1/3 down, no refund on layaway option.


A Reasonable Offer May Be Accepted on some items... the Key Word is Reasonable.


Full detailed in hand description on any of the item along with larger images available at request.


I'd greatly appreciate that posting of your most recent acquisition purchased from me on any forum board isn't done until the ink on the check is dry and you've happily received it.


I place a "On Hold" for three days max without a deposit on any item for members I've never dealt with, however if after this time period complete lack of responsive communication occurs, I reserve the right to offer the item to another active member.


Many Thanx in Advance! oarm2e.jpg

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