This was designed by Peter Getz who was commissioned by Robert Morris. The piece is also listed as Baker 25 by collectors of Washingtoniana.
These dies are considered multi-denominational with copper examples being one cent pieces and silver examples half dollars.
They were struck on follows:
Plain edge - Breen 1352 and 1355 P5020 with over two dozen or so believed to exist. Some are overstruck on other coins and others were made after 1792.
Plain edge broad planchet - Breen 1353 P5025 with fewer than a half dozen known.
Ornamented edge with circles and rectangles - Breen 1354 P5030 with only about a dozen or so believed to exist.
This kind of item is generally not collected as a pattern but is instead collected by colonial and Washingtoniana specialists. Additional information can be found in Stacks 5/2004 John Ford sale.
Photo is from The History of United States Coinage by Dave Bowers.