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    1796 Myddelton Mule, PR64 Brown
    Breton-722, W-8910

    1796 Myddelton Mule, Copper Company of Upper Canada, PR64 Brown PCGS Secure. Breton-722, W-8910, R.7. Ex: Temple. This rare Myddelton mule with the Copper Company of Upper Canada reverse appears in American and Canadian references. The Myddelton tokens were intended for the use of English emigrants who settled on land in Kentucky. Breen wrote that Boulton & Watt struck these mules as sample coins, perhaps for numismatic purposes. This splendid Choice proof exhibits glossy mahogany-brown surfaces with bold details and fully mirrored fields. This impressive piece will appeal to both American and Canadian colonial collectors. Listed on page 77 of the 2016 Guide Book.

    Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 651)


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