Charles Roe, token, Macclesfield, halfpenny, 1791. (DH Ches 32). Copper; 30mm diameter, 2mm deep. Rim legend: Payable at Macclesfield Liverpool or Congleton. Obverse: Macclesfield Halfpenny 1791. Lady in classical dress seated holding gear wheel, drill. Reverse: head and shoulders relief profile of man in 18th century dress; legend, Charles Roe established the copper works 1758. Surfaces worn
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