Lundy is an English island in the Bristol Channel. It forms part of the district of Torridge in the county of Devon. Lundy has had a long and turbulent history, frequently changing hands between the British crown and various usurpers. In the 1920s, one self-proclaimed king, Martin Harman, tried to issue his own coinage and was fined by the House of Lords. In 1941, two German Heinkel He 111 bombers crash landed on the island, and their crews were captured. In 1969, Lundy was purchased by British millionaire Jack Hayward, who donated it to the National Trust. It is managed by the Landmark Trust, a conservation charity that derives its income from day trips and holiday lettings.

LUNDY COINS
LUNDY CURRENCY || LUNDY STAMPS

Obverse Reverse Prefix Inv  Num Date Country Denom Topic Comments Fineness ASW Metal KM Grade Value $
FC 27839 1929 LUNDY 1 Puffin Puffin Bird
Edge Lettering
Martin Cole Harman     Bronze   Bril. Uncirculated $60.00

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