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1255 17th Century Kent (12) Canterbury, undated, Sibb Smith W.77/8 VG. Gravesend, Iacob Parsson 1651 W.302 About Fine. Gravesend, Iohn Watson 1653 W.308 VG. Greenwich, undated, E.B At The George W.314/7 VG. Lydd 1662 3 Cloves W.377 NVG. Maidstone undated, James Ruse W.385 VG. Maidstone, undated, Richard Wicking W.397 Fair., Margate, undated, Ioseph Mackrith W.410 Fair. Milton-next-Sittingbourne, undated, William Bissy W.430 VG. Rochester Alice Cobham 1651 W.464 NVG. Rochester Ioseph Travers 1666 W.478 VG. Sturry 1650 Thomas Iohnson W.542/3 Fine, all with the respective attributions £130 - £160
1256 17th Century Kent (13) Honychild W.354, Thomas Foord 1667 Lenham W.372, James Ruse Maidstone W.385, Elizabeth Webb Maidstone W.393, Francis Chambers West Malling W.400, Steven Greedier Margate W.405, Joseph Mackrith Margate W.410, Milton-Next-Gravesend W.419, Milton-Next-Sittingbourne W.430, Milton Cheny Bourne W.431, Ramsgate W.453, Thomas Palmer Rochester W.475, Rochester W.478, Fair to Fine, most with attributions £200 - £220
1257 17th Century Kent (18) Brookland 1671, W.39 John Eve. undated. Canterbury W.77/8, Sibb Smith, undated, Thomas Parkson Deal W.154, undated Moyses and Potter Deal W.158, 1651 CD AT THE LEOPOLDVS Dover W.209, Eltham W.248, Gravesend (3) Iacob Parsonn W.301, A.M.W At the San W.306, John Watson W.308, At The George in Greenwich, Greenwich W.314, Robert Hovend, Harrietsham W.346, Sandwich 1656 Danill Pickley W.501, Sittingbourne W.524 John Milway, Sevenoaks, Nathll Owen 1669 Octagonal (holed) , Sittingbourne W.525 Thomas Pearce, 1650 Thomas Johnson Sturry W.542/3, John Solley Wingham W.569, Charles Allfrey Wrotham W.579 in mixed grades Poor to Fine, many with attributions £200 - £220
1258 18th and 19th Century Penny and Halfpenny Tokens along with GB and World coin base metal issues 18th and 19th Century (116) a wide ranging group with many different types represented, in mixed grades to NVF, a few holed £250 - £350
1259 Advertising Token undated, 31mm diameter in bronze, Ralph Heaton & Sons Coiners - To The English and Foreign Governments/The Mint - Birmingham EF/GEF with some lustre, along with prize medal 41mm diameter in bronze 'First Prize For The Most Attractive Novelty In Honey' awarded to J.E.Roden August 20th/21st 1890 GEF £40 - £50
1260 Augustus Cove, London medalet in the style of an 18th Century Halfpenny Token 27mm diameter and in copper, die axis upright, Augustus Cove a dealer in China and Glass, was criminally and unjustly treated by the Grand Junction Canal Company. The sorry tale began when Cove took a lease on a wharf at Paddington basin. What followed is told in Cove's book which is named on the medalet. The second edition of the book ran to 185 pages. Obverse: BEWARE OF THE GRAND JUNCTION CANAL COMP.Y SOME OF WHOSE FRAUD, OPPRESSION, PERJURY, FORGERY, & ROBBERY &Ca, ARE SET FORTH IN ...Reverse: .AUGUSTUS COVE'S PUBLICATIONS. ENTITLED THE TOCSIN SOUNDED OR THE BULL TAKEN BY THE HORNS &c TO BE HAD OF THE BOOKSELLERS Lustrous About UNC toning, with a few spots, Rare £120 - £140 London Coins : Augustus Cove, London medalet in the style of an 18th Century Halfpenny Token 27mm diameter and in copper, die axis upright, Augustus Cove a dealer in China and Glass, was criminally and unjustly treated by the Grand Junction Canal Company. The sorry tale began when Cove took a lease on a wharf at Paddington basin. What followed is told in Cove's book which is named on the medalet. The second edition of the book ran to 185 pages. Obverse: BEWARE OF THE GRAND JUNCTION CANAL COMP.Y SOME OF WHOSE FRAUD, OPPRESSION, PERJURY, FORGERY, & ROBBERY &Ca, ARE SET FORTH IN ...Reverse: .AUGUSTUS COVE'S PUBLICATIONS. ENTITLED THE TOCSIN SOUNDED OR THE BULL TAKEN BY THE HORNS &c TO BE HAD OF THE BOOKSELLERS Lustrous About UNC toning, with a few spots, Rare Click to Enlarge London Coins : Augustus Cove, London medalet in the style of an 18th Century Halfpenny Token 27mm diameter and in copper, die axis upright, Augustus Cove a dealer in China and Glass, was criminally and unjustly treated by the Grand Junction Canal Company. The sorry tale began when Cove took a lease on a wharf at Paddington basin. What followed is told in Cove's book which is named on the medalet. The second edition of the book ran to 185 pages. Obverse: BEWARE OF THE GRAND JUNCTION CANAL COMP.Y SOME OF WHOSE FRAUD, OPPRESSION, PERJURY, FORGERY, & ROBBERY &Ca, ARE SET FORTH IN ...Reverse: .AUGUSTUS COVE'S PUBLICATIONS. ENTITLED THE TOCSIN SOUNDED OR THE BULL TAKEN BY THE HORNS &c TO BE HAD OF THE BOOKSELLERS Lustrous About UNC toning, with a few spots, Rare Click to Enlarge
1261 Cornwall Penny Tokens 1811 (2) County issue, Scorrier House, copper with PAYABLE IN CASH NOTES legend VG, another in white metal ? Weighing only 13.39 grammes Fine, France 5 Francs Aluminium 1947 KM#888.b1 Fine, Bristol Penny Token 1811 NEF, as part of a group of mixed tokens includes 18th and 19th Century, machine tokens and some Greece pre-Euro issues, and a set of Queen Mother cupro-nickel Crowns (6) these in mixed grades £100 - £200
1262 Farthing 17th Century Essex - Pleshy HVMPHREY SARIENT W.253 VG Rare as part of a small and varied group of Tokens (8) USA Hard Times Token undated (c.1820) New York - Erie County, Patterson Brothers Hardware dealers, Anvil/Padlock, engrailed edge, Near Fine. Ireland - Ballyglunin Estate Truck tokens or Scrip tokens (2) Four Pence W.I.Blake in copper VF, Eight Pence W.I.Blake in copper VF, 'The Constitution Club' Pall Mall, London Oval 50mm x 40mm VF, holed, once cleaned. Theatre Token countermarked on a France 10 Centimes 1854A, 'EMPIRE IMMENSE SUCCESS THEATRE' Countermark Fine, coin VG. Inn/Pub Tokens (2) Twopence undated John Brown Oddfellows Arms, Tunstall About VF, Threehalfpence John Markey Primrose Hill Retreat, Fine with pitted surfaces £120 - £150
1263 Halfcrown 19th Century Gloucestershire- Gloucester undated Davis 4, NEF with attractive old tone, the obverse with some thin scratches £80 - £160 London Coins : Halfcrown 19th Century Gloucestershire- Gloucester undated Davis 4, NEF with attractive old tone, the obverse with some thin scratches Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfcrown 19th Century Gloucestershire- Gloucester undated Davis 4, NEF with attractive old tone, the obverse with some thin scratches Click to Enlarge
1264 Halfcrown 19th Century Northumberland - Newcastle-on-Tyne 1811 Obverse : Arms, Three Castles, two over one, gules, and supporters of Newcastle; motto FORTITER DEFENDIT TRIUMPHANS, Crest: a lion holding a standard, issuing from a castle PAYABLE BY JOHN ROBERTSON. NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Reverse: Female seated on a bale with spear and cornucopia, with a ship in the distance, NORTHUMBERLAND & DURHAM XXX PENCE TOKEN 1811 on the ground P. WYON. F. Davis 1, Withers 1 Fine/Near Fine. We note an example sold in London Coins Auction A157 4/6/2017 Lot 812 sold for £85 hammer price £40 - £80 London Coins : Halfcrown 19th Century Northumberland - Newcastle-on-Tyne 1811 Obverse : Arms, Three Castles, two over one, gules, and supporters of Newcastle; motto FORTITER DEFENDIT TRIUMPHANS, Crest: a lion holding a standard, issuing from a castle PAYABLE BY JOHN ROBERTSON. NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Reverse: Female seated on a bale with spear and cornucopia, with a ship in the distance, NORTHUMBERLAND & DURHAM XXX PENCE TOKEN 1811 on the ground P. WYON. F. Davis 1, Withers 1 Fine/Near Fine. We note an example sold in London Coins Auction A157 4/6/2017 Lot 812 sold for £85 hammer price Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfcrown 19th Century Northumberland - Newcastle-on-Tyne 1811 Obverse : Arms, Three Castles, two over one, gules, and supporters of Newcastle; motto FORTITER DEFENDIT TRIUMPHANS, Crest: a lion holding a standard, issuing from a castle PAYABLE BY JOHN ROBERTSON. NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Reverse: Female seated on a bale with spear and cornucopia, with a ship in the distance, NORTHUMBERLAND & DURHAM XXX PENCE TOKEN 1811 on the ground P. WYON. F. Davis 1, Withers 1 Fine/Near Fine. We note an example sold in London Coins Auction A157 4/6/2017 Lot 812 sold for £85 hammer price Click to Enlarge
1265 Halfpennies 18th Century (10) all different, average Fine £60 - £80
1266 Halfpennies 18th Century (25) all different, a good mix, NVF to GVF £250 - £300
1267 Halfpennies 18th Century (4) Middlesex 1795 National Series Princess of Wales/Prince of Wales Feathers and Portcullis as DH977 with 6 pearls in the hair GVF. Somerset - Bath 1789 George III bust right/Shield of Arms between sprigs DH27 EF with traces of lustre. Suffolk - Haverhill 1794 Man weaving in a loom/IF cypher within an oval DH31 GVF. Warwickshire - Birmingham 1792 John Howard/HH cypher DH145 About EF with some lustre £90 - £110
1268 Halfpennies 18th Century (5) Gloucestershire 1795 Brimscombe Port, Plain sails DH59 GF/NVF. Warwickshire (2) Birmingham 1792 John Howard/HH cypher, H.Hickman edge DH145 NVF/VF with a small spot on the reverse. Birmingham 1792 Mining and Copper Company, Female seated on rock/Stork and Cornucopia DH88 EF. Birmingham 1792 Donald and Co. DH123 Bees and Beehive VF. Sussex - Chichester 1794 John Howard DH19 GVF/NEF £70 - £90
1269 Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (2) , Ayrshire 1797 Obv: Armoured Bust left GULIELMUS VALLAS, Reverse: A female figure seated supporting a shield SCOTIA REDIVIVA DH3 UNC or very near so with traces of lustre, Perthshire, Perth 1797 Church and Watermill DH4 VF £120 - £150 London Coins : Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (2) , Ayrshire 1797 Obv: Armoured Bust left GULIELMUS VALLAS, Reverse: A female figure seated supporting a shield SCOTIA REDIVIVA DH3 UNC or very near so with traces of lustre, Perthshire, Perth 1797 Church and Watermill DH4 VF Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (2) , Ayrshire 1797 Obv: Armoured Bust left GULIELMUS VALLAS, Reverse: A female figure seated supporting a shield SCOTIA REDIVIVA DH3 UNC or very near so with traces of lustre, Perthshire, Perth 1797 Church and Watermill DH4 VF Click to Enlarge
1270 Halfpennies 18th Century Tokens (10), Earls Court Wheel tokens 1899, 1901 (2) and 1906, Anglesey Penny 1787, and Papal States Baioccho 1801, Fine, as part of a group of Tokens and a few Medals (32) in mixed grades mostly Fine to NVF, a couple better £100 - £200
1271 Halfpenny 18th Century Derbyshire - Buxton 1796 Obverse: The shield of the Duke of Devonshire's Arms, with no helmet above the crown. Reverse: a semi-circular row of buildings, CRESCENT and 1796 below, Edge BUXTON TOKEN and engrailed, DH3. A/UNC with traces of lustre with prooflike fields, and scarce, especially in this high grade. Note: the DH3 variety evolved because the very rare DH1 undated reverse die broke after only 6 impressions were taken (see illustration showing an intermediate die state in Dalton & Hamer Page 25), then when the die was used with the revised obverse die, that too broke after 27-30 impressions. £180 - £220 London Coins : Halfpenny 18th Century Derbyshire - Buxton 1796 Obverse: The shield of the Duke of Devonshire's Arms, with no helmet above the crown. Reverse: a semi-circular row of buildings, CRESCENT and 1796 below, Edge BUXTON TOKEN and engrailed, DH3. A/UNC with traces of lustre with prooflike fields, and scarce, especially in this high grade. Note: the DH3 variety evolved because the very rare DH1 undated reverse die broke after only 6 impressions were taken (see illustration showing an intermediate die state in Dalton & Hamer Page 25), then when the die was used with the revised obverse die, that too broke after 27-30 impressions. Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfpenny 18th Century Derbyshire - Buxton 1796 Obverse: The shield of the Duke of Devonshire's Arms, with no helmet above the crown. Reverse: a semi-circular row of buildings, CRESCENT and 1796 below, Edge BUXTON TOKEN and engrailed, DH3. A/UNC with traces of lustre with prooflike fields, and scarce, especially in this high grade. Note: the DH3 variety evolved because the very rare DH1 undated reverse die broke after only 6 impressions were taken (see illustration showing an intermediate die state in Dalton & Hamer Page 25), then when the die was used with the revised obverse die, that too broke after 27-30 impressions. Click to Enlarge
1272 Halfpenny 18th Century Dublin 1795 Alexander Cornwell, Obverse Bust left ALEXr CORNWELL , Reverse: A Shield on which is FOR TRADE surmounted by the Prince of Wales' Crest, DH307 Plain edge, EF with some surface marks, the obverse with the distinctive die break for this issue. Cataloguers Note: Now thought by many to be attributed to Alexander Cornwell of Edinburgh, Lothian, Scotland £50 - £100
1273 Halfpenny 18th Century Warwickshire - Birmingham Kempson's Buildings 1796 Navigation Office DH210 A/UNC with around 80% lustre, Farthings 18th Century (2) Somerset - Bath 1794 India House/Tablet inscribe 'M.Lambe & Sons' 'Grocers Bath' DH111 EF and lustrous, Scotland - Lothian, Edinburgh 1792 DH68 VF £60 - £80 London Coins : Halfpenny 18th Century Warwickshire - Birmingham Kempson's Buildings 1796 Navigation Office DH210 A/UNC with around 80% lustre, Farthings 18th Century (2) Somerset - Bath 1794 India House/Tablet inscribe 'M.Lambe & Sons' 'Grocers Bath' DH111 EF and lustrous, Scotland - Lothian, Edinburgh 1792 DH68 VF Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfpenny 18th Century Warwickshire - Birmingham Kempson's Buildings 1796 Navigation Office DH210 A/UNC with around 80% lustre, Farthings 18th Century (2) Somerset - Bath 1794 India House/Tablet inscribe 'M.Lambe & Sons' 'Grocers Bath' DH111 EF and lustrous, Scotland - Lothian, Edinburgh 1792 DH68 VF Click to Enlarge
1274 Jettons and weights (46) VG to Fine, many are detector finds, along with World and Paranumismatic items (14) including Ireland Sixpence mintmark Bell Fair, and Papal States Soldini (4) VG to Fine, these in mixed lower grade £40 - £60
1275 Modern Tokens, Modern Medals, Wooden Nickels, and other Paranumismatic items, in a variety of different metals, along with some redeemable US currency coinage, in mixed grades (around 1.1 Kilos) £10 - £30
1276 Pennies 18th Century (4) includes Lancashire - Lancaster 1794 Lancaster Bridge in White Metal, Penny 19th Century (1), Halfpennies 18th Century (6) in mixed grades VG to GVF £30 - £60
1277 Pennies 19th Century (12) Cornwall 1811 Cornish Penny Withers 700 VF, Devon 1811 Tavistock - Devon Mines Withers 1130 VF or better with old lacquering, Somerset (2) Bath 1811 Withers 22 Good Fine, Bristol 1811 Bust of George III Withers 416 GVF with a few small spots, Gloucestershire - Cheltenham 1812 J.Bishop and Co. Withers 673 Good Fine, Northumberland - Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1811 Bewicke Main Colliery Withers 885 NVF, Worcestershire (2) Worcester 1811 T.Wood and Co. Withers 860 VF, Lye 1811 J.Forrest and Co. Obverse draped bust of George III Withers 855 GVF, Surrey - Weybridge 1812 Weybridge Mills, I.Bunn & Co. Withers 1200 EF stained on the obverse. Staffordshire - Walsall 1811 Fletcher & Sharratt Withers 1150 VF the reverse with scratches. Suffolk - Lowestoft 1811 I.Chaston Withers 850 NVF with some spots. Durham - Stockport 1813 Christopher & Jennett, Tees Bridge Withers 1115 GF/NVF, an interesting and varied group £180 - £200
1278 Pennies 19th Century (3) Staffordshire 1812 Cheadle Copper & Brass Company Withers 667 GVF with uneven tone and some unevenness to the surfaces, Suffolk - Bury (2) Charles Marquis Cornwallis (2) undated DH4 VF and GVF £60 - £80
1279 Pennies 19th Century (9) Warwickshire (3) 1812 Birmingham and South Wales Withers 180 VF, Birmingham Union Copper Company 1812 Withers 348 VF with a few small spots, 1813 Birmingham Workhouse Withers 402 NEF with traces of lustre, Yorkshire (3) 1812 Hull Lead Works Withers 760 VF, Sheffield 1813 Overseers of the Poor, Withers 1005 VF, Sheffield 1813 Phoenix Ironworks Withers 1040 VF, Nottinghamshire (2) 1812 J.M.Fellows and Co. Withers 940 VF, 1813 J.M.Fellows and Co. Withers 950 VF/GVF lacquered, Essex 1812 British Copper Company - Rolling Mills at Walthamstow Withers 568 Good Fine, Rare £130 - £150
1280 Penny 19th Century Worcestershire - Dudley, Skidmore's 1797 DH2 Obverse: Ruins of an Ancient Building PART OF DUDLEY PRIORY Below: Jacobs 1797. Reverse: A cypher ED between sprigs of laurel, E.DAVIES NAIL. FACTOR. DUDLEY. DH2, GEF with traces of lustre, the obverse with a blue/green underlying tone, Rare, especially so in this high grade £200 - £300 London Coins : Penny 19th Century Worcestershire - Dudley, Skidmore's 1797 DH2 Obverse: Ruins of an Ancient Building PART OF DUDLEY PRIORY Below: Jacobs 1797. Reverse: A cypher ED between sprigs of laurel, E.DAVIES NAIL. FACTOR. DUDLEY. DH2, GEF with traces of lustre, the obverse with a blue/green underlying tone, Rare, especially so in this high grade Click to Enlarge London Coins : Penny 19th Century Worcestershire - Dudley, Skidmore's 1797 DH2 Obverse: Ruins of an Ancient Building PART OF DUDLEY PRIORY Below: Jacobs 1797. Reverse: A cypher ED between sprigs of laurel, E.DAVIES NAIL. FACTOR. DUDLEY. DH2, GEF with traces of lustre, the obverse with a blue/green underlying tone, Rare, especially so in this high grade Click to Enlarge
1281 Penny 19th Century Worcestershire - Dudley, Skidmore's undated Obverse: A different view of the ruins of an Ancient building DUDLEY PRIORY, below: Jacobs. Reverse: A cypher ED between sprigs of laurel, E.DAVIES NAIL. FACTOR. DUDLEY, EF or a touch better with traces of lustre, Rare, especially in this high grade £250 - £350 London Coins : Penny 19th Century Worcestershire - Dudley, Skidmore's undated Obverse: A different view of the ruins of an Ancient building DUDLEY PRIORY, below: Jacobs. Reverse: A cypher ED between sprigs of laurel, E.DAVIES NAIL. FACTOR. DUDLEY, EF or a touch better with traces of lustre, Rare, especially in this high grade Click to Enlarge London Coins : Penny 19th Century Worcestershire - Dudley, Skidmore's undated Obverse: A different view of the ruins of an Ancient building DUDLEY PRIORY, below: Jacobs. Reverse: A cypher ED between sprigs of laurel, E.DAVIES NAIL. FACTOR. DUDLEY, EF or a touch better with traces of lustre, Rare, especially in this high grade Click to Enlarge
1282 Penny Middlesex 18th Century, Series of London Buildings - Newgate 1797 as repaired 1672 DH80 UNC with traces of lustre, a small spot and small rim nicks, scarce £40 - £80 London Coins : Penny Middlesex 18th Century, Series of London Buildings - Newgate 1797 as repaired 1672 DH80 UNC with traces of lustre, a small spot and small rim nicks, scarce Click to Enlarge London Coins : Penny Middlesex 18th Century, Series of London Buildings - Newgate 1797 as repaired 1672 DH80 UNC with traces of lustre, a small spot and small rim nicks, scarce Click to Enlarge
1283 Sentimental Magazine Bronze tokens by Kirk (3) 1658 Olivar Cromwell GVF/VF, 1773 George III King of Great Britain NEF, 1774 Duchess of Gloucester Good Fine £30 - £60 London Coins : Sentimental Magazine Bronze tokens by Kirk (3) 1658 Olivar Cromwell GVF/VF, 1773 George III King of Great Britain NEF, 1774 Duchess of Gloucester Good Fine Click to Enlarge London Coins : Sentimental Magazine Bronze tokens by Kirk (3) 1658 Olivar Cromwell GVF/VF, 1773 George III King of Great Britain NEF, 1774 Duchess of Gloucester Good Fine Click to Enlarge
1284 Shilling 19th Century Dorset 1811 Dorsetshire, Wiltshire and Shaftesbury Bank Token, in Five lines with a Staffordshire knot between the first and second lines, Davis 16, GVF with some thin scratches on the obverse £50 - £60 London Coins : Shilling 19th Century Dorset 1811 Dorsetshire, Wiltshire and Shaftesbury Bank Token, in Five lines with a Staffordshire knot between the first and second lines, Davis 16, GVF with some thin scratches on the obverse Click to Enlarge London Coins : Shilling 19th Century Dorset 1811 Dorsetshire, Wiltshire and Shaftesbury Bank Token, in Five lines with a Staffordshire knot between the first and second lines, Davis 16, GVF with some thin scratches on the obverse Click to Enlarge
1285 Shilling 19th Century Warwickshire - Birmingham 1811 Payable at the Workhouse, Davis 8, NEF and lustrous, Halfpenny 1793 Warwickshire - Birmingham Boy Standing/Shields bearing four hedgehogs, crest another hedgehog DH50 NEF with traces of lustre £50 - £60 London Coins : Shilling 19th Century Warwickshire - Birmingham 1811 Payable at the Workhouse, Davis 8, NEF and lustrous, Halfpenny 1793 Warwickshire - Birmingham Boy Standing/Shields bearing four hedgehogs, crest another hedgehog DH50 NEF with traces of lustre Click to Enlarge London Coins : Shilling 19th Century Warwickshire - Birmingham 1811 Payable at the Workhouse, Davis 8, NEF and lustrous, Halfpenny 1793 Warwickshire - Birmingham Boy Standing/Shields bearing four hedgehogs, crest another hedgehog DH50 NEF with traces of lustre Click to Enlarge
1286 Shillings 19th Century (3) Northumberland (2) Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1812 Obverse: Arms and supporters/Reverse: View of a Colliery Davis 8, NEF. Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1811 Obverse: Arms and supporters, IOHN ROBERTSON legend, Reverse: Female seated, left holding a spear, the spear points between the N and the D, Davis 11 NEF. Yorkshire - Sheffield 1811 No wreath to shield, Flat tops to 1's in the date Davies 39 VF £60 - £70 London Coins : Shillings 19th Century (3) Northumberland (2) Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1812 Obverse: Arms and supporters/Reverse: View of a Colliery Davis 8, NEF. Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1811 Obverse: Arms and supporters, IOHN ROBERTSON legend, Reverse: Female seated, left holding a spear, the spear points between the N and the D, Davis 11 NEF. Yorkshire - Sheffield 1811 No wreath to shield, Flat tops to 1's in the date Davies 39 VF Click to Enlarge London Coins : Shillings 19th Century (3) Northumberland (2) Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1812 Obverse: Arms and supporters/Reverse: View of a Colliery Davis 8, NEF. Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1811 Obverse: Arms and supporters, IOHN ROBERTSON legend, Reverse: Female seated, left holding a spear, the spear points between the N and the D, Davis 11 NEF. Yorkshire - Sheffield 1811 No wreath to shield, Flat tops to 1's in the date Davies 39 VF Click to Enlarge
1287 Unofficial Farthing Tokens (10) Wales - Monmouthshire, Abergavenny J.H.Conway Grocer, Tea & Coffee Dealer Bell 7546 NVF, Ireland - Dublin (2) undated, Todd Burns & Co. Tailors Drapers and General Furnishers 47 Mary St. Dublin Bell 6320 Fine, Byrne & Co. Tea and Wine Merchants, 6&7 Granby Row Bell 5970 Fine, W.Ford & Co. Drapers 2350, Fine, holed at the top, James Stelfox, Provision Dealer, Salford, Manchester 3570 Fine, Plymouth - Hockley, Clothier 4285, NVF, Rare, Worcester Co-Operative Company 5240 Fine, John B.Hanman, Southgate St. Gloucester, 1660 VG, John Nutall 3494, Grocer, Tea Dealer and Importer 206 Deansgate, Manchester, Fine, Henry Evans, Oldham, Tea Dealer, Market Place, 4210 Good Fine, along with Inn/Pub Tokens (4) Sherborne Threehalfpence 1845 Half Moon Inn NVF, Worcester Cross 2 1/2d T.Ward About Fine, Threehalfpence 1850 George Hotel, Castle Carry, F.W.Harrold EF and lustrous, W.Smith Queen's Head, Phillips Street, Aston, Fine, along with Victoria Diamond Jubilee Token Obverse Partial Brockage 1897 the impression of the head is incuse the lettering and date appears to have been removed from the die, Fine, unusual £200 - £250

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