The Wood”s Hibernia Coinage was intended for use in Ireland, however they were never very popular in Ireland. Because of the unpopularity of the Wood’s Hibernia Coinage some of them where shipped to the colonies in America. They were struck in 1722, 1723 and 1724 in denominations of farthing and half penny. The reverse of these coins show a seated female figure playing a harp. The obverse is a bust of George I. The numerous varieties produced in this colonial series can make them an interesting coin to collect.