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Copper Harp - Ireland 1d Pengin Genuine Irish Penny - HarpCopper Harp - Ireland 1d Pengin Genuine Irish Penny - Harp

Copper Harp - Ireland 1d Pengin Genuine Irish Penny - Harp

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Copper Harp - Ireland 1d Pengin Genuine Irish Penny

Imported from Ireland. The Pingin (1d) (the Irish word for penny) coin was the third smallest denomination of the pre-decimal Irish Pound worth 1/240 of a pound or 1/12 of a Shilling. It was introduced in 1928 and the last year of minting was 1968. It ceased to be legal tender on 31 December 1971.
  • The coin is expertly curved by hand to form a Walking Stick Mount Badge.
  • Measures 1.215 inches (30.9 mm) in diameter, about the size of the US Kennedy Half Dollar and weighs 9.45 grams.
  • Coin is shaped to fit a 7/8 to 1 1/8" inch diameter shaft.
  • Comes complete with Badge Fitting Instructions and nails for mounting.

The obverse of the penny, the side of the coin selected for this walking stick badge features the Irish harp, the historical symbol of Ireland and is modeled on the 'Brian Boru' harp in Trinity College Dublin. Eire is the Irish term for Ireland. The reverse features the Hen and Five Chicks.

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