|Added by||Aidan Work|
|In personal collections||1|
|General Description||The edge inscription of this coin is upside down in relation to the reverse (Position B).
Harman had sent specimen coins to the Royal Mint and had been thanked for them, although they had warned him about Section 5 of the Coinage Act 1870. Harman replied that Lundy was a little Kingdom in the British Empire, but out of England. He recognised King George V as the head of state, however he was adamant that Lundy was a self-governing dominion within the British Empire.
|Obv. Description||Portrait of Martin Coles Harman facing left.|
|Rev. Description||A puffin standing on a rocky clifftop ledge.|
|Mint||England - HEATON/Birmingham (H)|
|Edge Type||plain with inscription|
|Edge Inscription||LUNDY LIGHTS AND LEADS|
|Catalog prices||No catalog prices set yet|