Steel One Penny Token Die, made by Thomas Stokes, Melbourne, 1862. Used for the obverse side of tokens issued by J.D. Leeson, Watchmaker & Jeweller, Fancy Museum, Sale, 1862.

Previous Collections: National Gallery of Victoria

Physical Description

A steel die 55 mm high with a main diameter of 55 mm and a working surface diameter of 34 mm. The die features the name, business of the firm and town which commissioned it: J.D. Leeson Watchmaker & Jeweller, Fancy Museum, Sale all incuse and retrograde.

Obverse Description

The die features at centre within a line circle in three lines FANCY / MUSEUM / SALE around, : J.D. LEESON : WATCHMAKER & JEWELLER (all Incuse and retrograde).

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