I have managed to acquire what I believe to be an Anti-Slavery African Halfpenny. I have attached pictures below, but they may be a little unclear. On one side it says, "Am I Not A Man And A Brother?" On the reverse it says, "May Slavery & Oppression Cease Throughout The World." Around the side of the coin, it says, "Payable at Dublin, Cork or Belfast." I would appreciate any history about the coin, which I suspect to be a token / conder from around 1795? Any ideas as to the value would also be nice :smile Secondly, at the same time, I got an old Soviet Medal. I'm pretty sure that it is to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the Soviet Army or the USSR as a whole. I know this is a coin forum, but again, any knowledge would be absolutely great. Many thanks, Tom.