- Elusive Spence Condor token of 1794
- Certified by NGC to UNC Details
- Bust of Spence left, T. SPENCE 7 MONTHS IMPRISON'D FOR HIGH TREASON, signed JAMES / 1794 (4 is retrograde)
- Indian standing holding bow and war hatchet, IF RENTS I ONCE CONSENT TO PAY MY LIBERTY IS PAST AWAY
- Middlesex, Spence's D&H 684
On 2 February 1796 Spence published an engraving, signed by his son W. Spence, in which a Disappointed Missionary addresses some Red Indians: 'God has enjoined you to be Christians to pay rents and tythes and become a civilized people.' They reply: 'If rents we once consent to pay / taxes next you'll on us lay / and then our freedoom's [sic] pass'd away'; the die obviously shares the same origin.