1723 "Hibernia" 1/2 Penny
NGC Extremely Fine Details Improperly Cleaned - "Hibernia" 1/2 Penny - Excellent details on this high grade EF with luster remaining on attractive surfaces. If cleaned it was long ago. This type was intended for Ireland. Seated figure with a harp, date and the word HIBERNIA. Obverse shows head of King George I. The Hibernia coins were unpopular in Ireland so some were sent to the American colonies.
1786-1788 New Jersey
Good+ Porous surfaces - I can't make out the date. Early American coins were made from hand made dies. The obverse shows a horses head and plow with the legend NOVA CAESAREA (New Jersey). The reverse has a United States shield and, for the first time the legend E PLURIBUS UNUM (One Composed of Many).