17th CenturyKent (17) Chatham (6) William Hardin 92, John Jeffery 94, 98, 99, Walter Ramsden 104, Robert Smith 107, Rochester William Campian 460, Robert Churchill 462, Alice Cobham 463, 464, John Kennon 468, Anthony Lovell 470, Richard Newbery 474, Thomas Palmer 475, Edward Shelley 476, Joseph Travers 478, Gilbert Young 480 VG to Near Fine
Tokens a high grade group (5) Penny19th CenturyWarwickshire 1812 Birmingham Union Copper Company UNC and attractively toned with traces of lustre, Halfpennies18th Century (7) Middlesex Skidmore's Churches and Gates, 1797 St.Margarets, Lothbury DH 605 UNC and prooflike with some original colour, Warwickshire 1792 Birmingham Hickmans DH144 Two buttonholes UNC with traces of lustre and a small edge flaw, NorfolkNorwich 1794 Richard Bacon edge DH13 UNC and lustrous with prooflike fields, Hampshire Petersfield 1793 DH47, Holland and Andrews edge GEF with traces of lustre, Hampshire Emsworth 1795 DH30 Smaller ship, Lancaster, London or Bristol edge UNC toned with traces of lustre, Suffolk Blything 1794 DH 19 Sword points to L UNC and superbly toned, EssexChelmsford 1794 DH6 UNC and nicely toned with traces of lustre, a very pleasing group
Communion Tokens an impressive collection formed over many years and offered here in its entirety. Circa 2,500 pieces reported as being all different. Accompanied with six books Comprehensive Directory of World Communion Tokens Nadin Davis Ottawa, Scottish Communion Tokens by Robert Dick, Communion Tokens of the Presbyterian Church in Canada by Bowman, Australia New Zealand Communion Tokens, Communion Tokens of the Church and Scottish Communion Tokens by Kerr and Locke
Communion Tokens (11), Berwick 1st U.S. Church 1845, Bishop Briggs Cadder Free Church 1865, Gateshead Presbyterian, Glasgow St Georges in the Fields 1822, Glasgow P.M.H. 1819, Kilmore and Kilbride 1891, Liverpool Presbyterian Canning St. 1846, London Caledonian Church 1822, London Holloway 1853, London Kensington Presbyterian Church 1863, Scotch Church Dublin 1843. VF or better (11)
Halfpenny19th CenturyStaffordshireWalsall 1811 Fletcher and Sharratt Withers 1155 GVF, Pennies (2) Staffordshire 1811 Walsall Fletcher and Sharratt Merchants, Saddlers and Ironmongers, Reverse Bear with ragged staff NEF, Staffordshire 1811 Walsall Fletcher and Sharratt, Reverse Church EF with a trace of lustre
London17th Century Tokens a small collection (20) Boss Alley 370, Bow Lane 386, Budge Row (Cannon Street) 442, Cheapside 585, Church Lane (Whitechapel) 638, Cloak Lane (Dowgate Hill) 671, George Yard (Westminster) 1145, Giltspur Street (Newgate) 1154, Grays Inn Lane 1249, Harp Lane 1313, Halywell Street (Strand) 1495, Ireland Gate (Blackfriars) 1536, Long Acre 1785, Long Lane (Smithfield) 1826, Lothbury 1832, Mark Lane (Fenchurch Street) 1872, Old Baily 2120, St.Johns Cours Lane and Street (Clerkenwell) 2559, Seacole Lane (Snow Hill) 2757, (West) Smithfield 2846 mostly VG many with old attribution tickets
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