Group of three early American coins. One Kentucky token dated between 1792-1794 with a outstretched hand holding a paper reading "OUR CAUSE IS JUST" encircled by "UNANIMITY IS THE STRENGTH OF SOCIETY." The reverse reads "E PLURIBUS UNUM" above a fifteen star pyramid, each representing a state in the United States at that time, surrounded by rays of glory. One 1794 Franklin press cent reading "SIC ORITUR DOCTRINA SURGETQUE LIBERTAS 1794" that surrounds a printing press. The reverse reads "PAYABLE AT THE FRANKLIN PRESS LONDON." One Talbot, Allum, & Lee cent, also known as a Condor token, featuring a partially nude figure encircled by "LIBERY & COMMERCE 1796" on the front and on the reverse a ship surrounded by "AT THE STORE OF TALBOT ALLUM & LEE NEW YORK."(Each) Diameter: 27 mm.
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