1760 Voce Populi Farthing. Nelson-1, W-13800. Rarity-5. Large Letters. AU-58 (PCGS).50.7 grains. Among the most fully struck and attractive survivors of this scarce issue, this example shows the usual centering toward 2 oclock on the obverse that brings the letters of POPULI up against the rim and emphasizes the long denticles at left obverse that are actually a series of long, angled triangles separated by tiny dots. Lustrous and golden brown, a coin that we could easily see in an MS-62 BN holder, like the lovely but more weakly struck Spence-Kendall example that we last sold in October 2018. The PCGS AU-58+ coin from our November 2020 sale of the E Pluribus Unum Collection is perhaps this coins closest cognate in terms of grade and bold strike. All the obverse effigys hair curls and laurel leaves are individually defined, and the high relief seated Hibernia motif is fully rendered not only in the details of its face but also at her high relief central portions. Die state is that usually seen, with clash marks on the obverse and a die crack from reverse rim at 3 oclock to the rear scrollwork of the Irish harp. A lovely, well-pedigreed example that was last seen at auction 34 years ago.PCGS# 923756. NGC ID: 2AUA.<strong>To view supplemental information and all items from the Sydney F. Martin Collection, click<a href="https://stacksbowers.com/sydney-f-martin-collection/"target=’_blank’> here.</a></strong>.From the Sydney F. Martin Collection. Earlier from our (Stacks) sale of the Gilbert Steinberg Collection, October 1989, lot 52; the Lawrence R. Stack Collection, November 2006.