Ireland, Whisky Farthing Token, scarce
Great Britain, Ireland, Dublin, Bryen’s Copper Farthing Trade Token, undated (c.1795), obverse: three suspended sugar loaves, T. O. BRYEN. CHURCH. ST DUBLIN. below, reverse: large wooden cask with long-necked bottle to right and glass or goblet to left, DEALER IN above, WHISKY below, edge plain, diam. 23mm
(Dalton & Hamer “The Provincial Token Coinage of the 18th Century” 387).
Mint lustre on both sides, a little wear on the high points, otherwise about uncirculated and scarce.