A zinc Token with letters and figures stamped incuse. Several specimens of uniform fabrication, all of which have been found in Ceylon. Cents Denomination implies it was issued in the decimal currency era after 1870. No details have been traced of the issuer.
|Lowsley Unlisted; Pridmore #4|
See also the similer 10 CENTS token of same unidentified issuer.
* The Coins of British Commonwealth of Nations to the end of the reign of George VI 1952 Part 2 - Asian Territories by F. Pridmore Spink & Son Ltd., 1965. Tokens
The token was scanned at 600 dpi and the images are displayed at 200 dpi.
It was obtained from Bob Lyall of UK when I visited him in 2005 June to see his large collection of Ceylon Coffee Tokens.