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18th Century Halfpennies : Tokens

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Auction 184
Tokens (7) - Hawkhurst 1794 DH30 Reverse: Kentish Horse in shield, GVF, Kent - Tenterden 1796 Reverse: A Horse and Dray, DH42 Good Fine with some verdigris spots, - Guildford Reverse: Bishop Blaize facing with woolpack DH9, VF cleaned with some dark toning, - 1795 Reverse: Two men talking DH102 Good Fine, National Series Reverse: Caot of Arms with Prince of motto ICH DEIN on a banner below, DH956, Good Fine, Angusshire - 1797 A public building DUNDEE HALFPENNY 1797 View of a glass manufactory DH17 Good Fine with two large rim cuds, - Sherborne 1793 Eagle A SHERBORNE HALFPENNY cypher P P and W, DH7 Fine, s - - Robert Blake (8) VG to Near Fine
£140 London Coins : A184 : Lot 812 : Halfpennies 18th Century (7) Kent - Hawkhurst 1794 DH30 Reverse: Kentish Horse in shield, GVF, Kent ... London Coins : A184 : Lot 812 : Halfpennies 18th Century (7) Kent - Hawkhurst 1794 DH30 Reverse: Kentish Horse in shield, GVF, Kent ...

Auction 184
Tokens (4) 1788 Wilkinson's - Barge DH336 Good Fine/Fine, (3) 1792 Charles Roe/Vulcan seated right, with G.Gilberts, Northiam edge, DH76 Fine, Macclesfield 1791 Charles Roe/female seated, DH42 Near Fine, Macclesfield 1792 Obverse: seated female, Reverse: Bishop Blaze standing, Edge: PAYABLE AT LIVERPOOL OR BRISTOL DH81 Good Fine, (4) Pennies (3) - 1812 Roscoe Place Davis 141/42 VG, Yorkshire - Barnsley Jackson & Listers Davis 76 Fine, - 1811 Newark Castle VG with scratches, 19th Century Dublin 1813 J. Hilles, Davis 58 Good Fine, Canada 19th Century (3) Nova Scotia Halfpenny 1812 Trade & Navigation Fine, Upper Canada Halfpenny Bank of Upper Canada 1850, Fine with some edge knocks, Magdalen Island Penny 1815 Fair, scarce, along with Penny 1797 ed LLOYD'S WEEKLY NEWSPAPER 3D POST FREE, countermark Fin, host coin Poor, Token/ International Airport undated 27mm diameter in
£70

Auction 184
Tokens - Amersham 1797 'A Speedy and Lasting Peace' with engrailed edge DH 2a EF struck on an imperfect flan with a flan crack at 12 o'clock, Scarce.
£42 London Coins : A184 : Lot 813 : Halfpennies 18th Century Buckinghamshire - Amersham 1797 'A Speedy and Lasting Peace' with... London Coins : A184 : Lot 813 : Halfpennies 18th Century Buckinghamshire - Amersham 1797 'A Speedy and Lasting Peace' with...

Auction 183
Tokens 17th and (12) comprising s and (6) (5) Farthing William Constable W50 Poor, Cirencester Farthing Elizabeth Kemble W56 Fair, Cirencester Farthing 1657 Bryan Mills W57 Fair, Cirencester Farthing Rebekvh Osborne W60 Fair to VG, Tewksbury Joseph Sheene W200 Poor, Farthing, Town W74 Fair, all attributed, along with Halfpennies 18th Century (6) (5) 1794 R.Campin Haberdasher DH21 VF, Norwich 1792 City Arms/A shop front, DH28 VF, Norwich 1792 Castle and Lion DH16 About VF, Norwich 1792 Man in Loom DH38 (2) Good Fine and VF, - 1795 Niblock's DH102 Fine/Good Fine
£95

Auction 183
Tokens and s (6) Halfpennies (5) - , 1794 , Star under bust, DH41 NVF, - Braintree 1794, Braintree and Hocking Halfpence DH4, NVF, - Political and Social series - 1794 Tooke, , DH1045a VF, Middlesex National Series - 1795 Princess of , Reverse: Portcullis and feathers DH977 GVF, - , Hickman's 1792 John Howard DH144 Good Fine, Farthing - 1795 Bladud/ West view of new pp. room Bath DH 116, NEF
£42

Auction 182
Tokens Tradesman's Tokens (98) s - Pennies the majority being with some including Pennies and an odd Farthing generally in lower grades Fair - Fine some VF
£190

Auction 182
Tokens (14), (7) (1), Pennies (2), Halfpennies (3) and 1844 Let Willenhall Flourish, in mixed grades Fair to Good Fine
£40

Auction 182
Tokens (3) 1796 Harrisons, EDIN to right of anchor, DH20, VF, Edinburgh 1790 Hutchison's Obverse: St. Andrew with cross, Reverse: Arms of Edinburgh, stop at end of legend, DH24, Bold VF, Leith 1796 Wright's, Small triangular flag on fort, DH58, About VF
£36 London Coins : A182 : Lot 566 : Halfpennies 18th Century Lothian (3) Edinburgh 1796 Harrisons, EDIN to right of anchor, DH20, VF, Ed... London Coins : A182 : Lot 566 : Halfpennies 18th Century Lothian (3) Edinburgh 1796 Harrisons, EDIN to right of anchor, DH20, VF, Ed...

Auction 182
Tokens 18th and a mixed group (11) comprising 19th Century - 1811 Withers 23-9 Fine, Coffee Tavern Limited One , Good Fine, and (5), Pennies 19th Century (2), Halfpennies 19th Century (2), these Fair to Fine
£34

Auction 181
Tokens (47) a wide variety mostly VF a few better £420

Auction 181
Tokens (10) - 1796 Reverse: Honor the King DH10 Fine, - 1795 Reverse: Figure of Justice standing DH36 GVF, - 1791 Obverse: Bust of Charles Roe DH32 Good Fine, - 1791 Statue of William III, DH17 Fine, (6) Lackingtons 1795 Reverse: Figure of Fame, DH358a GVF, Newgate 1794 Milled Edge DH393 VF, National Series - Prince of , DH952, GVF, Political and Social Series, undated, Hon. T. Erskine DH1010 GVF, Political and Social Series 1797 For General Convenience/Rule Britannia DH1019NVF/VF, Political and Social Series 1793 Sir Isaac DH1034 NVF
£140

Auction 181
Tokens (10) all different, many different counties represented, includes , , , and , Good Fine to GVF
£90

Auction 181
Tokens (10) 1794 Obverse: A key suspended from an archway PAYABLE AT BULLEN & MARTINS, MARKET PLACE NORWICH, Reverse: a plough and shuttle SUCCESS TO THE PLOUGH AND SHUTTLE, DH19 Good Fine, Norwich 1793 Obverse: A straight stocking and glove, and a knife and fork crossed, R. CAMPIN . HABERDASHER, In exergue: GOAT LANE NORWICH, Reverse: A female figure seated between an anchor and a globe, a crowned lion at her feet HALFPENNY, Edge: CURRENT EVERY WHERE, DH21 VG/Near Fine, Norwich 1794 Obverse: A muff and tippet PAYABLE AT J. CLARKE'S MARKET PLACE NORWICH, Reverse: An umbrella stocking, hat and glove. No.2 GENTLEMENS WALK DH22 VF, Norwich 1792 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the City of Norwich, SUCCESS TO THE CITY OF NORWICH, Reverse: A shop front in a circle, NORWICH HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE SHOP OF DUNHAM & YALLOP GOLD-SMITHS DH28 NVF/VF, Norwich 1793 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the City of Norwich, upon a sword and mace, flat shield type, SUCCESS TO THE CITY OF NORWICH, Reverse: An eagle with wings expanded NORWICH HALFPENNY date in exergue, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE SHOP OF DUNHAM & YALLOP GOLD-SMITHS DH31 About VF, Norwich 1796 Obverse: A figure of Hope standing, supporting a shield inscribed DUNHAM AND YALLOP GOLDSMITHS, Reverse: A shop front within a circle NORWICH HALFPENNY 1796, Milled edge DH33 VF, Norwich 1792 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the City of Norwich, Reverse: A man working in a loom, Edge: IOHN HARVEY OF NORWICH DH38 (2) the first GVF, the second NVF/GF, Norwich Obverse: View of Norwich Barracks, a banner above: NORWICH BARRACKS 1793, wall has raised brickwork, Reverse: A mounted Dragoon PRO REGE ET PATRIA, Exergue: QUEENS BAYS, Plain edge, DH46a, Fine, Great 1792 Obverse: A ship in full sail, YARMOUTH HALFPENNY, date below, Reverse: Shield of Arms of Yarmouth between sprigs of oak, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE GLASS WAREHOUSE OF W.ABSOLON DH51, Good Fine/Fine
£85

Auction 181
Tokens (4) 1794 Obverse: View of a castle and bridge NORWICH CASTLE, stop touches shrubs on bridge, Reverse: a hanging fleece GOOD TIMES WILL COME MDCCXCIV, Edge: RICHARD BACON COCKEY LANE, DH12 Toned UNC with touches of underlying pastel shades, Norwich 1794 Obverse: View of a castle and bridge NORWICH CASTLE, stop clear of shrubs on bridge, DH13 , Reverse: a hanging fleece GOOD TIMES WILL COME MDCCXCIV, Edge: RICHARD BACON COCKEY LANE, DH13 NEF once cleaned, now almost fully retoned, Norwich 1792 Obverse: The Arms of Norwich, MAY NORWICH FLOURISH. PRO BONO PUBLICO, Reverse: Shield of Arms of the county, Edge: PAYABLE AT BOLINGBROKES HABERDASHER &c. NORWICH DH15 UNC or near soand nicely toned, Norwich 1793 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the City of Norwich, upon a sword and mace, flat shield type, SUCCESS TO THE CITY OF NORWICH, Reverse: An eagle with wings expanded NORWICH HALFPENNY date in exergue, DH31 UNC with traces of lustre and a tone spot on the reverse
£75 London Coins : A181 : Lot 722 : Halfpennies 18th Century Norfolk (4) Norwich 1794 Obverse: View of a castle and bridge NORWICH CASTL...

Auction 181
Tokens s to 18th and (17) comprising Penny 1796 Woodbridge Obverse: Font facing bust, THO: SEKFORD ESQ. FOUNDED WOODBRIDGE ALMS-HOUSES 1587, Reverse: Shield of Arms between palm branches, and motto ORATIONES . ET . ELEEMOS . ASCENDUNT. IN . MEMORIAM . CORAM . DEO . within a beaded circle, AT WHOSE EXPENCE COUNTY MAPS WERE FIRST ENGRAVED 1574, 18th Century 1795 County Obverse: Druid's Head, CURRENT IN THE COUNTIES, Reverse: A beehive and bees INDUSTRY HAS ITS SURE REWARD, Edge : Cambridge, Bedford and Huntingdon DH12a VG, 19th Century Threepence - Workhouse 1813 (2) Davis 34 Near Fine and Davis 35 VG, Pennies 19th Century (8) Warwickshire - Birmingham Workhouse 1814 Davis 44 VG, Warwickshire - Birmingham and South 1812 Davis 87 Fine with some edge nicks, - Lead Works 1812 Davis 82 Fine, - and South Wales 1811 Davis 99 Fine, Somerset Bristl and Co. Davis 81 VG, Somerset - Davis 69 Fine, Yorkshire - Workhouse Davis 123 VG, Yorkshire - Sheffield Workhouse 1815 Davis 135 Fair, Halfpennies 19th Century (4) Walthamstow - British Copper Co. 1813 Davis 41 Fine, Essex - Brutus Davis 31 VF, Essex - Brutus undated Davis 32 Fine with some verdigris and some weakness near the reverse edges, Halfpenny 1812 Tunstead and Happing Davis 30 Good Fine
£75

Auction 181
Tokens (8) 1794 Obverse: View of a castle and bridge NORWICH CASTLE, stop touches shrubs on bridge, Reverse: a hanging fleece GOOD TIMES WILL COME MDCCXCIV, Edge: RICHARD BACON COCKEY LANE, DH12 NVF with some pitting and scratches, Norwich 1792 Obverse: The Arms of Norwich MAY NORWICH FLOURISH. PRO BONO PUBLICO, Reverse: Shield of Arms of the County, NORFOLK AND NORWICH HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT N. BOLINGBROKES HABERDASHER &c. NORWICH DH14 NVF/VF, Norwich Obverse: The Arms of Norwich MAY NORWICH FLOURISH. PRO BONO PUBLICO, Reverse: A plough and shuttle SUCCESS TO THE PLOUGH AND SHUTTLE, , DH17 GVF, Norwich 1794 Obverse: A key suspended from an archway PAYABLE AT BULLEN & MARTINS, MARKET PLACE NORWICH, Reverse: a plough and shuttle SUCCESS TO THE PLOUGH AND SHUTTLE, Plain edge DH19 VF, Norwich 1793 Obverse: A straight stocking and glove, and a knife and fork crossed, R. CAMPIN . HABERDASHER, In exergue: GOAT LANE NORWICH, Reverse: A female figure seated between an anchor and a globe, a crowned lion at her feet HALFPENNY, Edge: CURRENT EVERY WHERE, DH20, NVF, Norwich 1794 Obverse: A muff and tippet PAYABLE AT J. CLARKE'S MARKET PLACE NORWICH, Reverse: An umbrella stocking, hat and glove. No.2 GENTLEMENS WALK DH22 GVF the obverse with a small area of surface residue, Norwich undated Obverse: A bottle MORE TRADE AND FEWER TAXES, Reverse: Figure of Hope standing, PROSPERITY TO OLD ENGLAND, Edge: RICHARD DINMORE & SON NORWICH DH23 GVF/VF, Norwich 1793 Obverse: View of Norwich Barracks, a banner above: NORWICH BARRACKS 1793, Reverse: A mounted Dragoon PRO REGE ET PATRIA, Exergue: QUEENS BAYS, Plain edge, DH48, VF
£65

Auction 181
Tokens (10) all different VG to Good Fine £60

Auction 181
Tokens (3) - Bury , Obverse: An ancient gateway, over the entrance ABBEYGATE BURY, Reverse: An open book, PAYABLE AT RACKHAMS CIRCULATING LIBRAy ANGEL HILL BURY, Edge: OR AT LEATHERDALES X HARLESTON NORFOLK, DH29 EF, Suffolk - Bury undated Obverse: Shield of Arms of SUCCESS TO THE PLOUGH AND FLEECE, Reverse: a cypher PD above a between palm and branches THE COMMERCE OF BRITAIN, Edge: PAYABLE AT P.DECKS POST OFFICE BURY DH26 GVF, - 1790 Obverse: A distant view of Dudley Castle DUDLEY TOKEN, Reverse: A shepherd lying under a tree, date below, Edge: PAYABLE IN LONDON, the remainder engrailed, DH8a GVF scarce
£55

Auction 181
Tokens (7) 1794 Obverse: An ancient cross, IPSWICH CROSS, Reverse: PAYABLE AT CONDER'S DRAPERY WAREHOUSE IPSWICH, in 6 lines, Milled edge, DH35 VF, Obverse: Shield of Arms of Bury St. Edmunds, SUCCESS TO THE PLOUGH AND FLEECE, Reverse: PAYABLE AT JAMES GOER'S IRONMONGER BURY, , DH27 (2) the first NVF, the second VF, Bury St. Edmunds undated, Obverse: An ancient gateway, over the entrance ABBEYGATE BURY, Reverse: An open book, PAYABLE AT RACKHAMS CIRCULATING LIBRAy ANGEL HILL BURY, Edge: OR AT LEATHERDALES X HARLESTON NORFOLK, DH29 NEF, 1795 Obverse: South Porch of the , B'ECCLESIÆ, Reverse: View of a bridge , with FSU on a label below, COMMUNITATE AUCTA, Edge: PAYABLE AT BECCLES SUFFOLK, DH16, VF, Hoxne 1795 Obverse: A dismounted Yeoman leaning against his horse PRO ARKIS ET FOCIS , Reverse: A castle within a garter 1795 HOXNE & HARTSMERE. SUFFOLK LOYAL YEOMANRY CAVALRy. Edge: GOD SAVE THE KING AND CONSTITUTION DH33a GVF, Sudbury 1793 Obverse: Shield of Arms of Sudbury, MAY THE TRADE OF SUDBURY FLOURISH, Head of talbot almost touches the F and S of the legend, Reverse: PRO BONO PUBLICO 1793, DH38, Good Fine/Near Fine
£55

Auction 181
Tokens (3) shire - Perth 1797 Obverse: A hank of yarn and a package of dressed flax, Reverse: Arms of Perth, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF PAT.K. MAXWELL DH8, Fine/Good Fine, Rare, North 1793 Obverse: A Druid's head, Reverse: RNG cypher, Edge: PAYABLE IN LONDON BRISTOL & LANCASTER, DH1b VF, -ic 1794 Obverse: Freemason's Arms, Reverse: A Cupid and Masonic emblems within a triangle, Edge: MASONIC TOKEN I.SCETCHLEY FECIT 1794, DH369a, NVF, Robert Warren, Obverse: Bust right, Reverse: A bottle inscribed MARTIN'S LANE LONDON, ed T.H. CAVELL DOVER on both sides, Withers 837, Fine
£34

Auction 181
Tokens (9) all different, VG to Fine £32

Auction 181
Tokens (8) all different, VG to Fine £26

Auction 180
Tokens (44) a mixed group : - Arnold 1791 Davison and Hawksley's, Obverse: a fleece suspended from an apple tree, Reverse: a Roman fasces with an axe, a spear and cap of Liberty DH4 Good Fine, 18th Century (40) - Northiam 1794 DH34 NEF, - Chester, Kempson (2) DH5 NEF and undated DH6 EF, Cheshire - , Kempson undated DH7 (2), NEF, - Banbury undated (2) DH1 VF and GVF the first with some graffiti, - 1794 , Star under bust, DH41 EF with traces of lustre, (3) Emsworth 1795 Earl Howe DH30 NEF, Emsworth undated Earl Howe DH17 VF, Go 1796 DH43 NEF, - 1794 DH5 VF, - 1791 DH17 (2) both VF, and Hull DH23 VF, (23) Political and Social Series - Hardy, Reverse: Legend in six lines DH1027 EF, Street 1795 Obverse: A filtering stone DH292 EF with some lustre, Richardson's 1795 Obverse: A figure of Fortune standing between two lottery wheels, DH467 (3) VF and NEF (2), Davidson's 1795 (7) Sise Lane, Reverse: A upon a triangle, held by two hands, Br. CONSTITUTION radiated in the centre KING . LORDS . COMMONS, Cross touches IN of KING, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF T&R DAVIDSON'S, DH295 NVF to GVF, Foundling Fields 1795 (13) Obverse: A lamb within a circle FOUNDLING FIELDS 1795, Reverse: Cypher IB within a circle, PAYABLE ON DEMAND, stop after DEMAND obscured by die flaw, as normal with this issue, milled edge, DH305 NVF to EF, s (3) 1792 John Howard DH481 (2) VF and NEF, Middlesex - The Lewisian System of Writing undated NEF, Farthing , 19th Century Farthing 1813 John Knapp Junior Withers 1287 GVF and USA Hard Times Token 1838 AM I NOT A WOMAN AND A SISTER VG holed
£700

Auction 180
Tokens (42) shire - Perth DH2 (1), Perthshire - Perth 1797 DH10 (10), - 1796 DH1 (4), 1796 DH2 (1), 1796 DH3 (3), DH20 (12) Fine to GVF, Lothian - Leith DH58 (9), undated DH59 (1), 1797 DH60 (1), Fine to GVF
£650

Auction 180
Tokens (34) the majority are issues, in mixed grades, many EF, includes some duplication, Unofficial tokens (12) mostly issues, New Zealand undated (1874) Licensed Victuallers Association, Near Fine, along with tokens (16) a mix of different types, 19th and includes 1812 Cuidad Rodrigo, these in mixed grades
£260

Auction 180
Tokens (6) Appledore 1794 Obverse: Man carrying sack to windmill, Reverse: Lion and lamb lying together in standing corn, Edge: PAYABLE AT W. FRIGGLES, GOUDHURST, DH3a, VF, Benenden 1794 Obverse: A wheatsheaf PEACE AND PLENTY, Reverse: Shield of Arms BENENDEN HALFPENNY, DH4 GVF, Dim 1794 Obverse: AS cypher W.P crest a lamb. ROMNEY MARSH HALFPENNY, Reverse: Figure of Justice standing. FOR THE HONOR AND USE OF TRADE, Edge: PAYABLE AT W. PARRIS DIMCHURCH, DH15 NEF, 1794 Obverse: An ancient sloop PAYABLE AT FEVERSHAM, Reverse: Shield of Arms of the Cinque Ports CINQUE PORT HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT IOHN CROWSS COPPER SMITH, DH20 NEF, Goudhurst 1794 Obverse: The Kentish Horse, KENT HALFPENNY TOKEN, Reverse: Reverse: Shield of Arms of the city of , Edge: PAYABLE BY W.MYN'S GOUDHURST, DH29 GVF, 1795 Obverse: Shield of Arms and supporters of the borough of Maidstone, Reverse: Figure of Justice standing, THE SPRING OF FREEDOM ENGLANDS BLESSING, Edge: PAYABLE BY HENRY OLIVER'S, DH36 GVF, (2) Croydon 1797 Obverse: a cypher D G. HALFPENNY PAYABLE AT GARRAWAYS CROYDON, Reverse: A teapot THE BEST TEAS IN CROYDON 1797 DH8 VF with some thin scratches on the obverse, Guildford , Obverse: The Arms of Guildford GUILDFORD HALFPENNY, Reverse: Three-quarter figure of Bishop Blaize, and woolpack, SUCCESS TO THE WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, DH9 GVF with traces of lustre
£200 London Coins : A180 : Lot 752 : Halfpennies 18th Century Kent (6) Appledore 1794 Obverse: Man carrying sack to windmill, Reverse: Li... London Coins : A180 : Lot 752 : Halfpennies 18th Century Kent (6) Appledore 1794 Obverse: Man carrying sack to windmill, Reverse: Li...

Auction 180
Tokens (7) - (4) 1796 Obverse: A flower spray in a shield BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES, Reverse: A buck's head, LET BRITAIN FLOURISH DH2 VF, 1796 Obverse: A flower spray in a shield BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES, the word RULES above the shield Reverse: A buck's head, LET BRITAIN FLOURISH DH4 NVF, 1797 Anderson, Leslie & Co. Obverse: View of a public building. EDINBURGH HALFPENNY 1797 PAYe BY ANDERSON LESLIE & CO. WRIGHT DES. with NEW UNIVERSITY below the building, Reverse: A gardener holding a spade in one hand and a shrub in the other. NEU SEGNES JACEANT TERRAE ETIAM MONTES CONSERERE JUVAT, Edge: Plain, DH7 VF or better, Edinburgh 1796 Harrison's, Obverse: A cypher H H with a small ornament at top and bottom, Reverse: An anchor dividing the date H.HARRISON ST. LEONARDS EDIN. DH20 NVF, Leith (2) 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, flag on lookout of fort, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH58, VF, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat sailing by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, no flag on lookout of fort, three cannons in place of the arches, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, less distinct, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH59 GVF/VF, 1797 Obverse: A spirit still and casks in a circle of dots PAYABLE AT DAVID PETERS WINE & SPIRIT SHOP, Reverse: The Arms of and motto PRO REGE LEGE ET GREGE, upon a label, with a sprig of flowers at each end. PERTH HALFPENNY 1797, Edge: Diagonally milled, DH10 About VF, Angusshire - 1797 Obverse: A horse and cart with two packages marked DR and TR. SIC ITUT AD OPES Exergue: Wright Des., Reverse: A large building DENDEE FARTHING with two stars before and after the legend DH42 NVF/GF
£160

Auction 180
Tokens (7) (5) 1794 Obverse: facing portrait of I with and QUEEN ELIZABETH, Reverse: View of Chichester Cross CHICHESTER HALFPENNY date below, Edge: PAYABLE AT DALLYS CHICHESTER, DH15 (2) NEF and GVF/VF, Chichester 1794 Obverse: Bust to left IOHN HOWARD F.R.S PHILANTHROPIST, round dot at end of legend, Reverse: The Sun and Moon over a castle, CHICHESTER AND PORTSMOUTH HALFPENNY date below, DH19, GVF, Chichester 1794 Obverse: Bust to left IOHN HOWARD F.R.S PHILANTHROPIST, elongated dot at end of legend, Reverse: The Sun and Moon over a castle, CHICHESTER AND PORTSMOUTH HALFPENNY date below, DH20 About EF with a verdigris spot on the reverse, Frant 1794 Obverse: A cypher GR, crest; a lamb FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD, Reverse: Shield of Arms, the date on a ribbon below, SUSSEX HALFPENNY TOKEN, Edge: PAYABLE BY G.RING FRANT SH23 EF with traces of lustre, Skidmore's es and Gates 1797, Obverse: ST.GEORGE'S . QUEEN . SQUARE BT. 1706, Reverse a cypher with date below, DEDICATED TO COLLECTORS . OF . MEDALS & COINS DH622 EF with a small planchet clip, - 1791 Paley's, Obverse: Full length figure of Bishop Blaze and a lamb, ARTIS NOSTRÆ CONDITOR, Reverse: Shield of Arms, crest an owl LEEDS HALFPENNY 1791, DH47, Fine
£150

Auction 180
Tokens (8) (2) Glamorgan 1795 Obverse: Jestyn Ap Gwrgan left crowned and robed, JESTYN. AP. GWRGAN . TYWYSOG . MORGANWG 1091, Reverse: Britannia seated with spear and shield, a pedestal behind her entwined with , Y. BRENHYN. AR. GYFRAITH, date in exergue, DH3, VF, 1796 Obverse: View of a castle SWANSEA HALFPENNY 1796, Reverse: A key JOHN VOSS DRAPERS &c. Edge: PAYABLE ON DEMAND the remainder engrailed, DH4, EF the reverse with traces of lustre, North 1793 Obverse: A Druid;'s head within a wreath , Reverse: A cypher RNG, NORTH WALES HALFPENNY, Edge: LONDON BRISTOL OR LANCASTER DH3b GVF, Ireland - Wexford - Enniscorthy 1800 A castle by the sea having a gateway with portcullis having 6 vertical bars and left side disconnected, Reverse: A Shield with RW monogram, hanging from a tree branch, A.D. 1800, DH4, GVF, - Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, flag on lookout of fort, three cannons in place of the arches, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, less distinct, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH58, VF Lothian - Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat sailing by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, no flag on lookout of fort, three cannons in place of the arches, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, less distinct, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH59 VF, - Wilkinson 1788 Obverse: Bust of Wilkinson right IOHN WILKINSON IRON MASTER. Reverse: A barge date in exergue below DH336 Fine, - 1794 Obverse: Shield of Arms between sprigs of oak, HULL HALFPENNY , Reverse: A ship sailing PRO BONO PUBLICO date in exergue below. Edge: PAYABLE IN LONDON BRISTOL & LANCASTER DH23a Near EF
£150

Auction 180
Tokens (8) (6) Lyceum , Obverse: A man balancing himself upon his head upon the point of a sword, SINGING DANCING TUMBLING SLACK WIRE &c. Exergue: EVERY EVENING, Reverse: Mercury standing on a galloping horse THE FIRST EQUESTN. PERFORMANCE . IN . EUROPE, Exergue: LYCEUM STRAND LONDON, Edge: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR LONDON DH362b GVF with an edge flaw, Political and Social Series - Hardy 1794 Obverse: Bust to left TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON Exergue: T.HARDY 1794, Reverse: ACQUITTED / BY HIS / JURY COUNSEL / HON. T. ERSKINE / V.GIBBS ESQr. In six lines, DH1024 EF, Political and Social Series - Hardy 1794 Obverse: Bust to left TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON Exergue: T.HARDY 1794, Reverse: ACQUITTED / BY HIS / JURY COUNSEL / HON. T. ERSKINE / V.GIBBS ESQr. In five lines, DH1028 NEF, Foundling Fields 1795 Obverse: A lamb within a circle FOUNDLING FIELDS 1795, Reverse: Cypher IB within a circle, PAYABLE ON DEMAND, stop after DEMAND obscured by die flaw, as normal with this issue, milled edge, DH305 EF, Sims' Obverse: Bust of Garrick to right C.JAMES.F below, WE . NE'ER . SHALL . LOOK . UPON . HIS . LIKE . AGAIN . Reverse: Tragic and Comic masks, and above, sprigs below, SIMS . RUSSEL . COURT . (not in collar) DH478a, GVF/NEF with a few small verdigris spots, Davidson's 1795 Obverse: A female seated holding a sword, and a shield bearing the Arms of , a distant view of St. Paul's SISE LANE HALFPENNY, Reverse: A crown upon a triangle, held by two hands, Br. CONSTITUTION radiated in the centre KING . LORDS . COMMONS, Cross touches IN of KING, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF T&R DAVIDSON'S, DH294a, EF, - undated Obverse: Shield bearing four hedgehogs, crest a hedgehog INDUSTRY HAS ITS SURE REWARD, Reverse: A dragoon mounted PRO REGE ET PATRIA , Exergue: QUEENS BAYS, Edge PAYABLE IN LONDON and engrailed, DH61, GVF, - Brimscombe Port 1795, Obverse: A barge with plain sails, THAMES AND SEVERN CANAL, Exergue: date in Roman numerals, line below with no dots at either end, Reverse: The entrance into a tunnel, Edge: PAYABLE AT BRIMSCOMBE PORT, DH60 NEF
£150

Auction 180
Tokens (8) - Leek 1793 Obverse : A caduceus supported by a large bale of goods, LEEK COMMERCIAL HALFPENNY 1793, Reverse: Two hands d, and an olive branch ARTE FAVENTE NIL DESPERANDUM, Milled edge, DH13a, EF and lustrous, the reverse with a patch of verdigris, Staffordshire - Lichfield 1797 Obverse: Bust left DR. SAML IOHNSON, Reverse: Britannia seated left RULE BRITANNIA, date below, Edge: PAYABLE IN LONDON, the remainder engrailed, DH19, Foundling Fields 1795 Obverse: A lamb within a circle FOUNDLING FIELDS 1795, Reverse: Cypher IB within a circle, PAYABLE ON DEMAND, stop after DEMAND obscured by die flaw, as normal with this issue, milled edge, DH305 VF, Middlesex Dennis's 1795 Obverse: A wheatsheaf, BAKERS HALFPENNY 1795, Reverse: TO LESSEN / THE SLAVERY OF / SUNDAY BAKING / AND PROVIDE FOR / PUBLIC WANTS / AN ACT WAS / PASSED / AD.1794, Edge: PAYABLE AT I DENNIS LONDON, DH297 VF, Middlesex Richardson's 1795 Obverse: A figure of Fortune standing between two lottery wheels, NOTHING VENTURE NOTHING HAVE. Reverse: AT THE OFFICES OF RICHARDSON GOODLUCK & Co No.12807 THE LAST PRIZE OF £30,000 SHARED WAS SOLD IN SIXTEENTHS, DH468 NEF, Middlesex - Davidson's 1795 Obverse: A female seated holding a sword, and a shield bearing the Arms of , a distant view of St. Paul's SISE LANE HALFPENNY, Reverse: A upon a triangle, held by two hands, Br. CONSTITUTION radiated in the centre KING . LORDS . COMMONS, Cross touches IN of KING, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF T&R DAVIDSON'S, DH294a NEF, - 1794 Obverse: A figure of Britannia with a small lion below, SUCCESS TO THE COMMERCE OF BRITAIN, Reverse; A cypher T I in a shield, between sprigs of flowers, crest a demi-lion, Edge: PAYABLE AT T. IENNINGSS SPALDING & HOLBEACH, DH5 GVF, - Emsworth 1793 Obverse: A female figure seated, HALFPENNY 1793 in exergue below, Reverse: A dove flying and a cornucopia PEACE AND PLENTY DH11, NEF
£150

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Tokens (8) - Bury Obverse: Shield of Arms of SUCCESS TO THE PLOUGH & FLEECE, Reverse: A cypher P D above a , between palm and branches THE COMMERCE OF BRITAIN, Edge: PAYABLE AT P.DECKS POST OFFICE BURY, DH26, NEF, - Banbury Obverse: Bust three-quarter facing WM. RUSHER HATTER BOOKSELR. STATIONER . BANBURY. Reverse: The Sun DEUS . EST . NOBIS . SOL . ET . SCUTUM . , Edge: PAYABLE AT BANBURY OXFORD OR READING, DH1 About EF, Foundling Fields 1795 Obverse: A lamb within a circle FOUNDLING FIELDS 1795, Reverse: Cypher IB within a circle, PAYABLE ON DEMAND, stop after DEMAND obscured by die flaw, as normal with this issue, milled edge, DH305 GVF, - 1792, Obverse, A three quarter length figure of Bishop Blaize SUCCESS TO THE WOOLLEN MANUFACTORY, Reverse: Shield of Arms with date below EXETER HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF SAMUEL KINGDON, DH2 GVF, - York 1795 Obverse: View of a cathedral, Exergue: YORK 1795, Reverse: View of a castle and drawbridge CLIFFORD'S TOWER AD.1100. Edge: YORK BUILT A.M 1223, CATHEDRAL REBUILT A.D.1075, DH63, GVF/VF, Yorkshire - 1791 Obverse: An statue of William III GULIELMUS TERTIVS REX Exergue: MDCLXXXIX, Shield of Arms within sprigs of oak, 8 acorns to the left and 7 acorns to the right, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF IONATHAN GARTON & Co. DH17 GVF/NEF, - Low Hall 1795 Obverse: A man with a horse in a gin, Reverse: LOW HALL COLLIERY 1797, DH1, VF/NVF Scarce, Middlesex - Street 1795 Obverse: A filtering stone FOR PURIFYING WATER, date 1795 in exergue, Reverse: THE FILTERING STONE WAREHOUSE * COVENTRY STREET LONDON. DH292 NEF
£150

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Tokens (6) (4) 1792 Obverse: IOHN OF GAUNT DUKE OF LANCASTER, No star below bust, Reverse: Shield of Arms LANCASTER HALFPENNY, (rounded) DH31a GVF, 1794 Obverse: John of Gaunt IOHN OF GAUNT DUKE OF LANCASTER, Star below bust, Reverse: Shield of Arms LANCASTER HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL DH41 GVF with some verdigris on the reverse, 1794 Obverse: John of Gaunt left IOHN OF GAUNT DUKE OF LANCASTER, Reverse: Shield of Arms HALFPENNY 1794, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL DH43 NEF, 1794 Obverse: John of Gaunt left IOHN OF GAUNT DUKE OF LANCASTER, Reverse: Shield of Arms HALFPENNY 1794, wider spacing to the date figures, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH46 NEF, (2) 1792 Obverse: View of a building EAST INDIA HOUSE, Reverse: The Grocer's Arms HALFPENNY 1792 Edge: PAYABLE AT I.FIELDINGS About EF, 1793 Obverse: A porter carrying a pack MANCHESTER HALFPENNY, Reverse: Shield of Arms SIC DONEC on a ribbon below, SUCCESS TO NAVIGATION, Engrailed edge, DH135e GVF or better, - Sleaford Obverse: Crowned bust left, IOHN OF GAUNT DUKE OF LANCASTER, Reverse: Shield of Arms, SUCCESS TO NAVIGATION, Plain edge (rounded), DH3b GVF
£150

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Tokens (8) Davidson's 1795 Obverse: A female seated holding a sword, and a shield bearing the Arms of , a distant view of St. Paul's SISE LANE HALFPENNY, Reverse: A upon a triangle, held by two hands, Br. CONSTITUTION radiated in the centre KING . LORDS . COMMONS, Cross touches IN of KING, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF T&R DAVIDSON'S, DH295 EF, Foundling Fields 1795 Obverse: A lamb within a circle FOUNDLING FIELDS 1795, Reverse: Cypher IB within a circle, PAYABLE ON DEMAND, stop after DEMAND obscured by die flaw, as normal with this issue, milled edge, DH305 VF, Kelly's , Obverse: A postilion holding a harnessed horse, KELLY'S LIGHT HARNESS &c. Exergue: SOLD CHEAP AT THEIR / MANUFACTORY / STRAND / LONDON in four lines, Reverse: A saddle, spur, &c. KELLY PATENT SADLERY &c. SOLD CHEAP, Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON, DH 345, NEF with a trace of lustre and a few dark spots, National Series 1795 Obverse: Bust right FREDk DUKE OF YORK HALFPENNY 1795, Reverse: A man-of war to left THE WOODEN WALLS OF OLD ENGLAND, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH985 NEF, National Series 1793 Obverse: Conjoined busts right, LOUIS . XVI ET M . ANTOINETTE . ROI ET REINE DE FRANCE, Reverse: MURd. BY / THE FACTIOUS / LOUIS . XVI . JAN 21. / M: ANTOINETTE / OCT . 16 ./1793 in six lines, Edge: Plain (not in collar), DH995a NEF, Political and Social Series - Hardy 1794 Obverse: Bust to left TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON Exergue: T.HARDY 1794, Reverse: ACQUITTED / BY HIS / JURY COUNSEL / HON. T. ERSKINE / V.GIBBS ESQr. In six lines, DH1024 NEF/GVF, Political and Social Series - Tooke 1794 Obverse: Full face bust, IOHN HORNE TOOKE ESQr. Reverse: The names of the jury in a square, Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON LIVERPOOL OR BRISTOL, DH1044a NEF, Political and Social Series - Tooke 1794 Obverse: Bust right, TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON, Exergue: J.H.TOOKE ESQr., Reverse: ACQUITTED / BY HIS JURY / COUNSEL / HON. T. ERSKINE / V.GIBBS ESQr. in five lines, , DH1045a GVF
£150 London Coins : A180 : Lot 754 : Halfpennies 18th Century Middlesex (8) Davidson's 1795 Obverse: A female seated holding a sword... London Coins : A180 : Lot 754 : Halfpennies 18th Century Middlesex (8) Davidson's 1795 Obverse: A female seated holding a sword...

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Tokens (8) Political and Social Series - Hardy 1794 Obverse: Bust to left TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON Exergue: T.HARDY 1794, Reverse: ACQUITTED / BY HIS / JURY COUNSEL / HON. T. ERSKINE / V.GIBBS ESQr. In six lines, DH1024 NEF/GVF, Political and Social Series - Hardy 1794 Obverse: Bust to left TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON Exergue: T.HARDY 1794, Reverse: ACQUITTED / BY HIS / JURY COUNSEL / HON. T. ERSKINE / V.GIBBS ESQr. In five lines, DH1028 GVF, National Series Obverse left IOHN OF GAUNT DUKE OF LANCASTER, star below bust, Reverse: Royal Arms with the Prince of motto below, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH957, VF with traces of lustre, National Series - King and Queen of France 1793 Obverse: Conjoined busts right LOUIS . XVI ET M. ANTOINETTE ROI ET REINE DE FRANCE, Reverse: MURd BY /THE FACTIOUS/ LOUIS XVI. JAN 21. M. ANROINETTE. OCT.16.1793 in six lines, (not in collar) DH995a VF, Kelly's undated, Obverse: A postilion holding a harnessed horse, KELLY'S LIGHT HARNESS &c. Exergue: SOLD CHEAP AT THEIR / MANUFACTORY / STRAND / LONDON in four lines, Reverse: A saddle, spur, &c. KELLY PATENT SADLERY &c. SOLD CHEAP, Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON, DH 345 GVF or better, Richardson's 1795 Obverse: A figure of Fortune standing between two lottery wheels, NOTHING VENTURE NOTHING HAVE. Reverse: AT THE OFFICES OF RICHARDSON GOODLUCK & Co No.12807 THE LAST PRIZE OF £30,000 SHARED WAS SOLD IN SIXTEENTHS, DH467 NEF with traces of lustre, Street 1795 Obverse: A filtering stone FOR PURIFYING WATER, date 1795 in exergue, Reverse: THE FILTERING STONE WAREHOUSE * COVENTRY STREET LONDON. DH292 EF with traces of lustre, Dennis's 1795 Obverse: A wheatsheaf, BAKERS HALFPENNY 1795, Reverse: TO LESSEN / THE SLAVERY OF / SUNDAY BAKING / AND PROVIDE FOR / PUBLIC WANTS / AN ACT WAS / PASSED / AD.1794, Edge: PAYABLE AT I DENNIS LONDON, DH297 Near EF
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Tokens (8) (2) Devizes 1796 Obverse: Shield of Arms THE ARMS OF THE TOWN OF DEVIZES, Reverse: A stag I. BASTER. DEVIZES WILTS, date in exergue below, , DH2c GVF/VF Rare, 1796 Obverse: View of a CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF SARUM , Reverse: The Grocer's Arms with supporters FINE TEAS &c. Date below, DH21 About EF and lustrous, - 1794 Obverse: A figure of Britannia with a small lion below, SUCCESS TO THE COMMERCE OF BRITAIN, Reverse; A cypher T I in a shield, between sprigs of flowers, crest a demi-lion, Edge: PAYABLE AT T. IENNINGSS SPALDING & HOLBEACH, DH5 EF with traces of lustre, - Banbury Obverse: Bust three-quarter facing WM. RUSHER HATTER BOOKSELR. STATIONER . BANBURY. Reverse: The Sun DEUS . EST . NOBIS . SOL . ET . SCUTUM . , Edge: PAYABLE AT BANBURY OXFORD OR READING, DH1 NEF/GVF, - 1794 Obverse: left JOHN OF GAUNT DUKE OF LANCASTER, Reverse: Shield of Arms HALFPENNY 1794, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL DH43 NEF, (3) 1795 Obverse: A filtering stone FOR PURIFYING WATER, date 1795 in exergue, Reverse: THE FILTERING STONE WAREHOUSE * COVENTRY STREET LONDON. DH292 EF with traces of lustre, Political and Social Series - Hardy 1794 Obverse: Bust to left TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON Exergue: T.HARDY 1794, Reverse: ACQUITTED / BY HIS / JURY COUNSEL / HON. T. ERSKINE / V.GIBBS ESQr. In five lines, DH1028, GVF Rare, Richardson's 1795 Obverse: A figure of Fortune standing between two lottery wheels, NOTHING VENTURE NOTHING HAVE. Reverse: AT THE OFFICES OF RICHARDSON GOODLUCK & Co No.12807 THE LAST PRIZE OF £30,000 SHARED WAS SOLD IN SIXTEENTHS, DH467 GVF
£140

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Tokens (8) - Brimscombe Port 1795, Obverse: A barge with plain sails, THAMES AND SEVERN CANAL, Exergue: date in Roman numerals, line below with no dots at either end, Reverse: The entrance into a tunnel, Edge: PAYABLE AT BRIMSCOMBE PORT, DH60, NEF, - Fowler's 1794 Obverse: Head of Neptune with trident, HALFPENNY, Reverse: A Whale Fishery, PAYABLE AT I.FOWLERS LONDON, Exergue: WHALE FISHERY 1794, , DH306 GVF or better, Middlesex - National Series 1795 Obverse: Bust to right FREDK. DUKE OF YORK, below HALFPENNY 1795, Reverse: Man-of-War to left THE WOODEN WALLS OF OLD ENGLAND, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL DH985, VF, Middlesex - National Series , Obverse: Conjoined busts left LONG MAY THEY REIGN OVER A GRATEFULL PEOPLE, Reverse: A Man-of-War sailing, THE GUARD & GLORY OF BRITAIN, Milled edge DH945a, GVF, - 1792, Obverse, A three quarter length figure of Bishop Blaize SUCCESS TO THE WOOLLEN MANUFACTORY, Reverse: Shield of Arms with date below EXETER HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF SAMUEL KINGDON, DH2 GVF/NEF, - 1794 Obverse: A shield bearing four hedgehogs, crest a hedgehog, INDUSTRY HAS IT'S SURE REWARD, Reverse: A Ship in full sail, PRO BONO PUBLICO , date below, Edge: CURRENT EVERY WHERE, DH59 VF, - Go 1794 Obverse: Bust of Sir Bevois left PROMISSORY HALFPENNY, Reverse: A Ship in full sail, PRO BONO PUBLICO, Edge: PAYABLE AT I.IORDAN'S DRAPER GOSPORT, DH40, VF, - South Shields 1794 Obverse: A figure of Faith standing, holding a book, SOUTH SHIELDS HALFPENNY 1794, Reverse: A Ship sailing SUCCESS TO THE COAL TRADE, Edge: PAYABLE AT SOUTH SHIELDS AND LONDON, DH4 GVF/NEF with a flan flaw on the reverse
£130

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Tokens (8) - Northiam (2) 1794 Obverse: Arms between oak branches, FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF SOCIETY * Reverse: A cypher IF; crest a wheatsheaf. Edge: PAYABLE AT IOHN FOLLER'S NORTHIAM, DH34, About EF, 1794 Obverse: Arms between palm and oak branches, UNANIMITY IS THE BOND OF SOCIETY. Reverse: A cypher EG crest a squirrel NORTHIAM HALFPENNY 1794, Edge: PAYABLE AT G.GILBERT'S NORTHIAM, DH35, GVF, - 1794 Obverse: An ancient sloop PAYABLE AT FEVERSHAM, Reverse: Shield of Arms of the Cinque Ports CINQUE PORT HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT IOHN CROWSS COPPER SMITH, DH20, Near EF with a hairline scratch on the obverse, - Foundling Fields 1795 Obverse: A lamb within a circle FOUNDLING FIELDS 1795, Reverse: Cypher IB within a circle, PAYABLE ON DEMAND, stop after DEMAND obscured by die flaw, as normal with this issue, milled edge, DH305, VF/GVF, (3) (2) 1794 Obverse: Bust of John Of Gaunt, IOHN OF GAUNT DUKE OF LANCASTER, Star below bust, Reverse: Shield, LANCASTER HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER OR BRISTOL, DH41, EF/About EF, 1794 Obverse: Bust of John Of Gaunt, IOI IN (Unbarred H) OF GAUNT DUKE OF LANCASTER, Star below bust, Reverse: Shield, HALFPENNY 1794, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER OR BRISTOL, DH43 GVF, 1793 Obverse: A porter carrying a pack, MANCHESTER HALFPENNY, Reverse: Shield of Arms, SIC DONEC on a ribbon below. SUCCESS TO NAVIGATION, Edge: Engrailed, DH135e, NEF, - 1791 Obverse: An statue of William III GULIELMUS TERTIVS REX Exergue: MDCLXXXIX, Shield of Arms within sprigs of oak, 8 acorns to the left and 7 acorns to the right, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF IONATHAN GARTON & Co., DH17, VF/GVF
£130

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Tokens (8) shire - Perth (5) 1797 Obverse: A man dragging a fishing net to the shore, a boat lying on the beach RETE TRAHITO FAUSTE, Exergue: JUN r. DES, Reverse: A bridge and distant view of the hills PERTH HALFPENNY 1797 Exergue: TAY-BRIDGE FINISHED 1770 the Arms of Perth in a sunken circle with motto. Edge: PAYABLE ON DEMAND BY JOHN FERRIER DH1 GVF, 1797 Obverse: A man dragging a fishing net to the shore, a boat lying on the beach RETE TRAHITO FAUSTE, Exergue: JUN r. DES more widely spaced, Reverse: A bridge and distant view of the hills PERTH HALFPENNY 1797 Exergue: TAY-BRIDGE FINISHED 1770 the Arms of Perth in a sunken circle with motto. Edge: PAYABLE ON DEMAND BY JOHN FERRIER DH2 VF, 1797 Obverse: A man dragging a fishing net to the shore, a boat lying on the beach RETE TRAHITO FAUSTE the slope behind him an irregular incline, Exergue: JUN r. DES, Reverse: A bridge and distant view of the hills PERTH HALFPENNY 1797 Exergue: TAY-BRIDGE FINISHED 1770 the Arms of Perth in a sunken circle with motto. Edge: PAYABLE ON DEMAND BY JOHN FERRIER DH3 VF, 1797 Obverse: View of a PERTH HALFPENNY 1797, Exergue: ST.JOHN'S CHURCH, Arms and motto below in a sunken circle, Reverse: A watermill and trees, WRIGHT DES below. 46 WATER: MILLS FOR BLEACHING . PRINTING . COTTON WORKS . CORN &c. WITHIN 4 MILES OF PERTH DH4 Good Fine, Rare, 1797 Obverse: A spirit still and casks in a circle of dots PAYABLE AT DAVID PETERS WINE & SPIRIT SHOP, Reverse: The Arms of Perth and motto PRO REGE LEGE ET GREGE, upon a label, with a sprig of flowers at each end. PERTH HALFPENNY 1797, Edge: Diagonally milled, DH10 VF, (3) 1796 Harrison's, Obverse: A cypher H H with a small ornament at top and bottom, Reverse: An anchor dividing the date H.HARRISON ST. LEONARDS EDIN. DH20 VF, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, flag on lookout of fort, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH58, VF, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat sailing by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, no flag on lookout of fort, three cannons in place of the arches, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, less distinct, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH59 VF
£130 London Coins : A180 : Lot 759 : Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (8) Perthshire - Perth (5) 1797 Obverse: A man dragging a fishing ... London Coins : A180 : Lot 759 : Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (8) Perthshire - Perth (5) 1797 Obverse: A man dragging a fishing ...

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Tokens (8) - Leighton Buzzard 1794 Obverse: A girl making lace LACE MANUFACTORY, Reverse: A lamb PAY AT LEIGHTON BIRKHAMSTEAD OR LONDON, Edge: CHAMBERS, LANGSTON HALL & Co. DH3c Near EF with traces of lustre and some dark toning in places, - 1792, Obverse, A three quarter length figure of Bishop Blaize SUCCESS TO THE WOOLLEN MANUFACTORY, Reverse: Shield of Arms with date below EXETER HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF SAMUEL KINGDON, DH2 GVF, Foundling Fields 1795 Obverse: A lamb within a circle FOUNDLING FIELDS 1795, Reverse: Cypher IB within a circle, PAYABLE ON DEMAND, stop after DEMAND obscured by die flaw, as normal with this issue, milled edge, DH305 GVF, - Banbury Obverse: Bust three-quarter facing WM. RUSHER HATTER BOOKSELR. STATIONER . BANBURY. Reverse: The Sun DEUS . EST . NOBIS . SOL . ET . SCUTUM . , Edge: PAYABLE AT BANBURY OXFORD OR READING, DH1 GVF, - 1791 Obverse: An statue of William III GULIELMUS TERTIVS REX Exergue: MDCLXXXIX, Shield of Arms within sprigs of oak, 8 acorns to the left and 7 acorns to the right, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF IONATHAN GARTON & Co. DH17 VF, shire - Perth 1797 Obverse: A spirit still and casks in a circle of dots PAYABLE AT DAVID PETERS WINE & SPIRIT SHOP, Reverse: The Arms of Perth and motto PRO REGE LEGE ET GREGE, upon a label, with a sprig of flowers at each end. PERTH HALFPENNY 1797, Edge: Diagonally milled, DH10 VF, - 1796 Harrison's, Obverse: A cypher H H with a small ornament at top and bottom, Reverse: An anchor dividing the date H.HARRISON ST. LEONARDS EDIN. DH20 VF with some flan flaws, Lothian - Edinburgh 1796 Obverse: A filtering stone FOR PURIFYING WATER, date in exergue, Reverse: A bunch of grapes in a shield, between s, DH1 GVF
£120

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Tokens (8) (3) - Brownbill's 1793 Obverse: Bust of Bishop Blaze right, SUCCESS TO THE YORKSHIRE WOOLLEN MANUFACTORY, Reverse: A view of Leeds Cloth Hall, LEEDS HALFPENNY, date in exergue, Edge: PAYABLE AT H. BROWNBILL'S SILVERSMITH, DH41, NEF, York 1795 Obverse: View of a cathedral, Exergue: YORK 1795, Reverse: View of a castle and drawbridge CLIFFORD'S TOWER AD.1100. Edge: YORK BUILT A.M 1223, CATHEDRAL REBUILT A.D.1075, DH63 NEF, 1791 Obverse: An statue of William III GULIELMUS TERTIVS REX Exergue: MDCLXXXIX, Shield of Arms within sprigs of oak, 8 acorns to the left and 7 acorns to the right, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF IONATHAN GARTON & Co. DH17 GVF, - 1792 Obverse, A three quarter length figure of Bishop Blaize, Reverse: Shield of Arms with date below EXETER HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF SAMUEL KINGDON, DH2 NEF, - Banbury Obverse: Bust three-quarter facing WM. RUSHER HATTER BOOKSELR. STATIONER . BANBURY. Reverse: The Sun DEUS . EST . NOBIS . SOL . ET . SCUTUM . , Edge: PAYABLE AT BANBURY OXFORD OR READING, DH1 GVF, - 1791 Obverse: Helmeted Bust to right SR. BEVOIS SOUTHAMPTON, Reverse: Shield of Arms, PROMISSORY HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE OFFICE OF W. TAYLOR R.V. MOODY & CO, DH89 NEF/GVF, (2) Foundling Fields 1795 Obverse: A lamb within a circle FOUNDLING FIELDS 1795, Reverse: Cypher IB within a circle, PAYABLE ON DEMAND, stop after DEMAND obscured by die flaw, as normal with this issue, milled edge, DH305 VF, Davidson's 1795 Obverse: A female seated holding a sword, and a shield bearing the Arms of , a distant view of St. Paul's SISE LANE HALFPENNY, Reverse: A upon a triangle, held by two hands, Br. CONSTITUTION radiated in the centre KING . LORDS . COMMONS, Cross touches IN of KING, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF T&R DAVIDSON'S, DH295 NEF
£120

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Tokens (8) - 1796 Harrison's, Obverse: A cypher H H with a small ornament at top and bottom, Reverse: An anchor dividing the date H.HARRISON ST. LEONARDS EDIN. DH20 VF with some flan flaws, Lothian - Edinburgh 1796 Obverse: A filtering stone FOR PURIFYING WATER, date in exergue, Reverse: A bunch of grapes in a shield, between s, DH1 GVF, Lothian - Edinburgh 1796 Obverse: A flower spray in a shield BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES, Reverse: A buck's head, LET BRITAIN FLOURISH DH2 NVF, Lothian - Edinburgh 1796 Obverse: A flower spray in a shield BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES, Reverse: A buck's head, LET BRITAIN FLOURISH DH3 Fine, 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, flag on lookout of fort, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH58, VF, Lothian - Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat sailing by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, no flag on lookout of fort, three cannons in place of the arches, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, less distinct, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH59 Good Fine, shire - Perth (3) 1797 Obverse: A man dragging a fishing net to the shore, a boat lying on the beach RETE TRAHITO FAUSTE, Exergue: JUN r. DES more widely spaced, Reverse: A bridge and distant view of the hills PERTH HALFPENNY 1797 Exergue: TAY-BRIDGE FINISHED 1770 the Arms of Perth in a sunken circle with motto. Edge: PAYABLE ON DEMAND BY JOHN FERRIER DH2 VF, 1797 Obverse: A man dragging a fishing net to the shore, a boat lying on the beach RETE TRAHITO FAUSTE, Exergue: JUN r. DES more widely spaced, Reverse: A bridge and distant view of the hills PERTH HALFPENNY 1797 Exergue: TAY-BRIDGE FINISHED 1770 the Arms of Perth in a sunken circle with motto. Edge: PAYABLE ON DEMAND BY JOHN FERRIER DH3 Good Fine, 1797 Obverse: A spirit still and casks in a circle of dots PAYABLE AT DAVID PETERS WINE & SPIRIT SHOP, Reverse: The Arms of Perth and motto PRO REGE LEGE ET GREGE, upon a label, with a sprig of flowers at each end. PERTH HALFPENNY 1797, Edge: Diagonally milled, DH10 Near VF
£120

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Tokens - Braintree 1794 Obverse: Building BRAINTREE & BOCKING HALFPENCE Exergue: MDCCXCIV Reverse: Figure of Hope SUCCESS TO TRADE AND COMMERCE DH4 Near VF, - Hereford 1794 Obverse: An apple tree SUCCESS TO THE CIDER TRADE. HEREFORD HALFPENNY. C.HONIATT's BIRMm WAREHOUSE, Milled edge, DH5, Fine, - Appledore 1794 Obverse: A man carrying a sack to a windmill THE UNION OF APPLEDORE KENT, Reverse: A Lion and Lamb lying together PEACE INNOCENCE AND PLENTY, Edge: PAYABLE AT W.PECKHAM'S APPLEDORE DH3 NVF, - ic 1790 Obverse: Freemason's Arms PRINCE OF WALES ECTED GM 24 NOV 1790, Reverse: A Cupid and Masonic emblems within a triangle, WISDOM STRENGTH & BEAUTY, SIT LUX ET LUX FUIT, Edge: MASONIC TOKEN J. SKETCHLEY R.A. & P.G.S. BITMINGHAM FECIT, DH372c, Fine, porous, (2) Hoxne 1795 Obverse: A dismounted Yeoman leaning against his horse, PRO ARIS ET FOCUS Reverse: A castle within a garter 1795, HOXNE & HARTSMERE . SUFFOLK LOYAL YEOMANRY CAVALRy. Edge: GOD SAVE THE KING & CONSTITUTION DH33a, VF, Blything 1794 Obverse: A mounted Yeoman LOYAL SUFFOLK YEOMANRY Exergue: FIRST TROOP, Reverse: A castle within a garter SUFFOLK 1794 BLYTHING HUNDRED HALFPENNY Edge: GOD SAVE THE KING & CONSTITUTION DH19 VF, - 1793 Obverse: Godiva, PRO BONO PUBLICO, date in exergue, Reverse: Elephant and castle, COVENTRY HALFPENNY, DH244, Edge: PAYABLE IN BEDWORTH HINCKLEY OR NUNEATON, DH244 VF, 1795 Obverse: Druid's Head, Reverse: Britannia seated left, date in exergue RULE BRITANNIA, as DH429 with , Fine/VG
£110

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Tokens (3) - Banbury Obverse: Bust three-quarter facing WM. RUSHER HATTER BOOKSELR. STATIONER . BANBURY. Reverse: The Sun DEUS . EST . NOBIS . SOL . ET . SCUTUM . , Edge: PAYABLE AT BANBURY OXFORD OR READING, DH1 NEF, - Obverse: A figure of Hope standing, PROSPERITY TO OLD ENGLAND Reverse: A bottle, MORE TRADE AND FEWER TAXES, , DH23b, VF, - Foundling Fields 1795 Obverse: A lamb within a circle FOUNDLING FIELDS 1795, Reverse: Cypher IB within a circle, PAYABLE ON DEMAND, stop after DEMAND obscured by die flaw, as normal with this issue, milled edge, DH305 EF, Non-Local British Naval Halfpenny 1812 Withers 1590, VF with pitted surfaces, 19th Century - 1812 Margaret's Buildings, no periods after C, I and J on the reverse Davis 17, Fine, listed as Very Rare by Davis
£75

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Tokens (6) - 1791 Statue of William III on horseback DH18 NVF/Good Fine, listed as Rare by Dalton and Hamer, - 1790 DH20 NVF, Cheshire - Macclesfield 1790 DH20 Fine/Good Fine, - North 1793 31 Acorns, Engrailed edge, Cross comes above 9 of date DH7 Fine, Cheshire - Macclesfield 1791 DH45 Near Fine, Cheshire - Macclesfield 1792 DH58 Fine/Good Fine
£40 London Coins : A180 : Lot 740 : Halfpennies 18th Century (6) Yorkshire - Hull 1791 Statue of William III on horseback DH18 NVF/Good ... London Coins : A180 : Lot 740 : Halfpennies 18th Century (6) Yorkshire - Hull 1791 Statue of William III on horseback DH18 NVF/Good ...

Auction 179
Tokens (24) 1795 Kilvington's Brunswick DH46 Good Fine/NVF, Middlesex - Mail Coach , Obverse: Mail Coach travelling Rev: To J.PALMER ESQ. /THIS IS INSCRIBED / AS A TOKEN OF / GRATITUDE /FOR BENFITS REC'D / FROM THE ESTABLISHMENT / OF MAIL COACHES in 8 lines DH363 Good Fine, Middlesex - Mail Coach undated, Obverse: Mail Coach travelling, Reverse AFH cypher within a wreath DH366 NVF, Kirkcudbrightshire 1793 Gatehouse, Obverse: A Griffin IMPERO on a banner above, Reverse: A large building PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF THOs. SCOTT DH1, VG/Near Fine, Angusshire - 1797 Obverse: A public building DUNDEE HALFPENNY, TOWN HOUSE FINISHED 1734, Reverse: View of a glass manufactory, GLASS WORKS WEST CONE FOUNDED 1788. Exergue: WRIGHT DES. DH17 Fine with a heavy contact mark on the reverse, - 1790 Obverse: St. Andrew and Cross, Reverse: Top leaf between N and Y. DH30 Fine, - 1793, Obverse: A porter carrying a pack, Reverse: Shield of Arms, , DH135h, Fine, - Worcester 1788 Obverse: bust of George III right, GEORGIVS III DEI GRATIA, Reverse: A shield s inscribed WORCESTER . AUGUST . 6.7 &8 in 4 lines M.B.F.ET.H.REX. F.D.B.ET.L.D.S.R.I.A.T ET.E, scalloped edge, DH33 VF, - York 1795 Obverse: View of a cathedral Exergue: YORK 1795, Reverse: View of a castle and a drawbridge CLIFFORD'S TOWER DH63 VG, - 1796 Obverse: View of a CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF SARUM, Reverse: Grocer's Arms and supporters, FINE TEAS &C. Edge: PAYABLE AT I. & T. SHARPES SALISBURY DH21, NVF, Yorkshire - 1791 Obverse: Shield of Arms between sprigs of oak, Reverse: A ship Edge: PAYABLE IN HULL AND IN LONDON DH22 NVF, Yorkshire - 1791 Paleys: Obverse: Full length figure of Bishop Blaze and a lamb ARTIS NOSTRE CONDITOR, Reverse: Shield of Arms, Above: An owl. DH44 Good Fine, shire - Carmarthen undated (2) Obverse: Interior of Ironworks CARMARTHEN IRONWORKS, Exergue: HALFPENNY, Reverse: Interior of a forge, no brickwork in archway, lower beam points to L and O in the legend, DH7 Fine and VG, - County 1795 Obverse: A Druid's head CURRENT IN THE COUNTIES, Reverse: A beehive and bees INDUSTRY HAS ITS SURE REWARD Edge: CAMBRIDGE BEDFORD AND HUNTINGDON, DH12, GVF, -Wilkinson 1792 Obverse: Bust right IOHN WILKISON IRON MASTER, Reverse: Vulcan HALFPENNY, date in exergue, Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON OR ANGLESEY DH455b Fine, cleaned, Warwickshire - Wilkinson Counterfeits undated, Obverse: Bust right IOHN WILKINSON IRON MASTER no stop after legend, Reverse: Moneta seated DH464 (2) both Near Fine, Dublin undated Obverse: A harp upon a rock and a ship at sea, GOD GRANT PEACE, Reverse: Three castles between oak and palm branches, Edge: Plain, DH14a About Fine, Dublin - Camac, Kyan and Camac Harp with 8 strings , Edge PAYABLE IN BUBLIN OR BALLYMURTAGH DH93 VG, Dublin - Parkers 1792 Obverse: female seated holding a harp, INDUSTRY HAS ITS SURE REWARD, Reverse: RLT &Co. cypher PRO BONO PUBLICO DH364 VG, Drogheda 1792 Obverse: female seated holding a harp, Reverse: Cypher FOR THE GOOD OF THE PUBLICK, DH5, VG Rare, Drogheda 1804 Obverse: female seated holding a harp FOR THE GOOD OF THE PUBLICK, Reverse: Cypher PAYABLE IN DROGHEDA OR DUBLIN, DH6, VG, Token 1773 Duke of Fine/VG, 18th Century s (5) Middlesex - Pidcocks undated Obverse: An elephant PIDCOCKS EXHIBITION, Reverse: A two-headed cow EXETER CHANGE . STRAND LONDON. DH1066 VF, Middlesex - Pidcocks undated Obverse: An elephant, JAMES below, PIDCOCKS EXHIBITION, Reverse: A cockatoo EXETER CHANGE. STRAND LONDON. DH1067 Good Fine with attempted piercing, Angusshire - Dundee undated Obverse: A pair of scales above a small cypher J M & Co. PAYABLE ON DEMAND DUNDEE, Reverse: A sentinel on duty, a breech of a cannon on one side, part of a fort on the other, Edge: Plain (rounded) DH39 NVF, 18th Century (1) Lancashire - Halsall undated, Obverse: Shield of Arms, Reverse HALSALL D in two lines, DH1, Obverse Fine, the reverse virtually smooth, (1) - 1812 Obverse: Beehive and 15 bees, G. & R. FERNS & T. CARTWRIGHT. STOCKPORT, Reverse: female seated on a bale to right, holding scales and cornucopia, Y&D below, H on bale, Davis 6, Near Fine/Fine, 19th Century s (4) Wiltshire - Marlborough 1811 Obverse: four hands
£380

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Tokens (8) Obverse: a figure of a friar, PAYABLE IN BLACK FRIARS LONDON, Reverse: Arms, supporters and motto of the city of , , DH257a, NEF/EF, Foundling Fields 1795 Obverse: A lamb within a circle FOUNDLING FIELDS 1795, Reverse: Cypher IB within a circle, PAYABLE ON DEMAND, stop after DEMAND obscured by die flaw, as normal with this issue, milled edge, DH305, NEF with traces of lustre, Moore's 1795 Obverse: girl sitting under a tree making lace, LACE MANUFACTORY 1795, Reverse: A scroll inscribed MUSLINS IRISH CLOTH HOSE &c. within a circle. MOORE. No. 116 GREAT PORTLAND STREET, Edge: Coarse milled, DH389, NEF the reverse with a small flan flaw, Sims' Obverse: Bust of Garrick to right C.JAMES.F below, WE . NE'ER . SHALL . LOOK . UPON . HIS . LIKE . AGAIN . Reverse: Tragic and Comic masks, and above, sprigs below, SIMS . RUSSEL . COURT . Plain edge (not in collar) DH478a, EF with traces of lustre, Spittle's 1795 Obverse: View of St. Paul's LONDON AND BRIGHTON HALFPENNY, Reverse: Shield of Arms, PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF I.SPITTLE LONDON OR I.KIRBY OR R. LASHMAR BRIGHTON 1795, DH902, GEF with lustre and a few small spots, Stinton's 1795 Obverse: A grasshopper FINE . TEAS . OF . THE . ROUGH . FLAVOUR. Reverse: Wm. STINTON . ST. JAMES'S STREET . LONDON + with PATENT COCAO WAREHOUSE 1795 in centre, DH904, NEF, National Series 1795 Obverse: Bust right FREDk DUKE OF YORK HALFPENNY 1795, Reverse: A man-of war to left THE WOODEN WALLS OF OLD ENGLAND, Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON, DH985b, GVF with some small tone spots, Political and Social Series - Tooke 1794 Obverse: Full face bust, IOHN HORNE TOOKE ESQr. Reverse: The names of the jury in a square, ERSKINE above, GIBBS below, BRITISH JUSTICE DISPLAY'D NOVr 22. 1794 Edge: Plain (not in collar) DH1044b, GVF lacquered
£260

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Tokens (8) (4) Croydon 1797 Obverse: a cypher D G. HALFPENNEY PAYBLE AT GARRAWAYS CROYDON (A of HALFPENNEY over inverted A, and Y over inverted Y), Reverse: A teapot THE BEST TEAS IN CROYDON 1797 DH7, EF with traces of lustre, Croydon 1797 Obverse: a cypher D G. HALFPENNY PAYABLE AT GARRAWAYS CROYDON, Reverse: A teapot THE BEST TEAS IN CROYDON 1797 DH8, VF the reverse slightly better, scarce, Guildford , Obverse: The Arms of Guildford GUILDFORD HALFPENNY, Reverse: Three-quarter figure of Bishop Blaize, and woolpack, SUCCESS TO THE WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, DH9, NEF, Lambeth undated, Obverse: Obverse: A man smoking Sr. GEORGE COOK . MAYOR . OF . GARRAT . ELECd . AUGt 24. 96, Reverse: Sr. G. COOK / FRUITERER / GREENGROCER / & OYSTER MERCHANT / STANGATE / LAMBETH in 7 lines, , DH11, VF, scarce, (4) Go 1796 Obverse: Figure of Hope standing PAYABLE AT BENn and IOHN JONES GOSPORT OR SHEERNESS, finger of Hope points left of first O of GOSPORT, Reverse: A ship , date below, THE GUARD AND GLORY OF Gt. BRITAIN, DH43, GVF/NEF, Petersfield 1795 Obverse: Man on horseback, PETERSFIELD, Reverse: Britannia seated left, RULE BRITANNIA, date in exergue, DH51B, EF with an edge knock the surface shows signs of die rust, listed as Rare by Dalton & Hamer, 1794 Obverse: Bust left IOHN HOWARD F.R.S. PHILANTHROPIST, Reverse: Arms of the borough, PORTSMOUTH AND CHICHESTER HALFPENNY, date in exergue, Edge: PAYABLE AT SHARPS PORTSMOUTH AND CHALDECOTTS CHICHESTER, DH53, EF, Portsmouth 1791 Obverse: Helmeted Bust to right SR. BEVOIS SOUTHAMPTON, Reverse: Shield of Arms, PROMISSORY HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE OFFICE OF W. TAYLOR R.V. MOODY & CO, DH89, EF with traces of lustre the reverse with some scratches
£230

Auction 179
Tokens (8) Street 1795 Obverse: A filtering stone FOR PURIFYING WATER, date 1795 in exergue, Reverse: THE FILTERING STONE WAREHOUSE * COVENTRY STREET LONDON. DH292, EF, Davidson's 1795 Obverse: A female seated holding a sword, and a shield bearing the Arms of , a distant view of St. Paul's SISE LANE HALFPENNY, Reverse: A upon a triangle, held by two hands, Br. CONSTITUTION radiated in the centre KING . LORDS . COMMONS, Cross touches IN of KING, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF T&R DAVIDSON'S, DH295, NEF the reverse with some verdigris, Kelly's , Obverse: A postilion holding a harnessed horse, KELLY'S LIGHT HARNESS &c. Exergue: SOLD CHEAP AT THEIR / MANUFACTORY / STRAND / LONDON in four lines, Reverse: A saddle, spur, &c. KELLY PATENT SADLERY &c. SOLD CHEAP, DH 345, NEF, Richardson's 1795 Obverse: A figure of Fortune standing between two lottery wheels, NOTHING VENTURE NOTHING HAVE. Reverse: AT THE OFFICES OF RICHARDSON GOODLUCK & Co No.12807 THE LAST PRIZE OF £30,000 SHARED WAS SOLD IN SIXTEENTHS, DH467, NEF with traces of lustre and a few small spots, Stinton's 1795 Obverse: A grasshopper FINE . TEAS . OF . THE . ROUGH . FLAVOUR. Reverse: Wm. STINTON . ST. JAMES'S STREET . LONDON + with PATENT COCAO WAREHOUSE 1795 in centre, DH904,GVF/NEF with traces of lustre, National Series 1795 Obverse: Bust right FREDk DUKE OF YORK HALFPENNY 1795, Reverse: A man-of war to left THE WOODEN WALLS OF OLD ENGLAND, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH985, EF or near so with some verdigris spots, National Series 1793 Obverse: Conjoined busts right, LOUIS . XVI ET M . ANTOINETTE . ROI ET REINE DE FRANCE, Reverse: MURd. BY / THE FACTIOUS / LOUIS . XVI . JAN 21. / M: ANTOINETTE / OCT . 16 ./1793 in six lines, Edge: Plain (not in collar), DH995a, NEF, Political and Social Series - Hardy 1794 Obverse: Bust to left TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON Exergue: T.HARDY 1794, Reverse: ACQUITTED / BY HIS / JURY COUNSEL / HON. T. ERSKINE / V.GIBBS ESQr. In five lines, DH1027, GVF with traces of lustre, Rare
£220

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Tokens (8) (4) 1796 Obverse: A filtering stone FOR PURIFYING WATER, date in exergue, Reverse: A bunch of grapes in a shield, between s, DH1, NEF with some edge nicks, Edinburgh 1796 Obverse: A flower spray in an shield, BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES, with RULES over shield, Reverse: a buck's head, LET BRITAIN FLOURISH, DH4, GVF, Rare, Edinburgh 1796 Archibalds, Obverse: Shield of Arms, crest a palm branch, DITAT SERVATA FIDES. JOS. ARCHIBALD. SEEDSMAN. EDIN Reverse: SELLS / GARDEN, GRASS, / FLOWER SEEDS, / FRUIT TREES in four lines, Edge: Milled, DH10, NEF/GVF, Edinburgh 1796 Harrison's, Obverse: A cypher H H with a small ornament at top and bottom, Reverse: An anchor dividing the date H.HARRISON ST. LEONARDS EDIN. DH20, GVF, shire (4) Perth 1797 Obverse: A man dragging a fishing net to the shore, a boat lying on the beach RETE TRAHITO FAUSTE, Exergue: WRIGHT JUNr. DES, Reverse: A bridge and distant view of hills PERTH HALFPENNY 1797 Exergue: TAY-BRIDGE FINISHED 1770. and Arms of Perth in a sunken circle with motto PRO REGE LEGE ET GREGE, Edge: PAYABLE ON DEMAND BY JOHN FERRIER, DH1, GVF/NEF with a few small spots, Perth Obverse: A man dragging a fishing net to the shore, uneven slope behind, a boat lying on the beach RETE TRAHITO FAUSTE, Exergue: WRIGHT JUNr. DES, Reverse: A bridge and distant view of hills PERTH HALFPENNY, Exergue: TAY-BRIDGE FINISHED 1770. and Arms of Perth in a sunken circle with motto PRO REGE LEGE ET GREGE, Edge: PAYABLE ON DEMAND BY JOHN FERRIER, DH2 NVF/VF, Perth 1797 Obverse: View of a PERTH HALFPENNY 1797, Exergue: ST. JOHN'S CHURCH Arms and motto of Perth in a sunken circle, Reverse: A watermill and trees, WRIGHT DES in exergue below, $^ WATER : MILLS FOR BLEACHING . PRINTING . COTTON . WORKS . CORN &c. WITHIN 4 MILES OF PERTH DH4, GVF with a small edge pinch, Rare, Perth 1797 Obverse: A spirit still and casks in a circle of dots PAYABLE AT DAVID PETERS WINE & SPIRIT SHOPS, Reverse: The Arms of Perth and PRO REGE LEGE ET GREGE motto on a label, with sprig of flowers at each end, Edge: Diagonally milled, DH10, NVF
£220

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Tokens (9) County 1791 DH46 Obverse: Bust of left WARWICKSHIRE, Reverse: Female figure seated left, holding a cornucopia, part of a ship in the distance, HALFPENNY, 1791 in exergue, on a heavy flan of 14.93 grammes, Near Fine, the edge 'tapped up', County 1792 Obverse: Bust of Shakespeare left WARWICKSHIRE, Reverse: Vulcan seated at work, HALFPENNY with 1792 in exergue, Edge: PAYABLE IN ANGLESEY LONDON OR LIVERPOOL, DH49 GVF/VF, 1793 Obverse: Standing figure of a boy BIRMINGHAM HALFPENNY with 1793 in exergue, Reverse: A shield bearing four hedgehogs, crest: a hedgehog INDUSTRY HAS IT'S SURE REWARD, Edge: Current EVERY WHERE, DH50, Near EF with traces of lustre, Birmingham 1792 Hickman's, Obverse: Bust to left IOHN HOWARD F.R.S. Reverse: Cypher H H BIRMINGHAM PROMISSORY HALFPENNY 1792, Edge: PAYABLE AT H.HICKMAN'S WAREHOUSE BIRMINGHAM, DH144, VF or better, Birmingham Kempson's es and Chapels series, Obverse: ST. MARYs. CHAPEL ERECTED, Exergue: 1774, Reverse: P.KEMPSON. MAKER OF BUTTONS, MEDALS &c. BIRMINGHAM, stop after KEMPSON, DH156 VF with a scuff on the edge and some contact marks, Birmingham undated Kempson's Obverse: GENERAL HOSPITAL, Exergue: ERECTED 1779, Reverse: P.KEMPSON MAKER OF BUTTONS, MEDALS &c. BIRMINGHAM, stop after KEMPSON, DH181 NEF, Birmingham undated Kempson's Obverse: BIRMINGHAM THEATRE Exergue: 1795, Reverse: P.KEMPSON MAKER OF BUTTONS, MEDALS &c. BIRMINGHAM DH216, EF with traces of lustre, inked number on reverse, Birmingham undated Lutwyche's, Obverse: Figure of Justice seated, holding scales, MEADALS & PROVINCIAL COINS, Reverse: A coining press LUTWYCHE'S MANUFACTORY, Exergue: BIRMINGHAM, DH219B, EF with a flan crack at the lower part of the obverse, 1788 Obverse: Bust of Wilkinson, right, IOHN WILKINSON IRON MASTER, Reverse: A barge, Exergue: 1788, Edge: WILLEY SNEDSHILL BERSHAM BRADLEY DH336 Good Fine
£220 London Coins : A179 : Lot 823 : Halfpennies 18th Century Warwickshire (9)  County 1791 DH46 Obverse: Bust of Shakespeare left WARWIC... London Coins : A179 : Lot 823 : Halfpennies 18th Century Warwickshire (9)  County 1791 DH46 Obverse: Bust of Shakespeare left WARWIC...

Auction 179
Tokens (8) (2) Sleaford Obverse: Crowned bust left, IOHN OF GAUNT DUKE OF LANCASTER, Reverse: Shield of Arms, SUCCESS TO NAVIGATION, (rounded), DH3b GVF/VF, 1794 Obverse: A figure of Britannia with a small lion below, SUCCESS TO THE COMMERCE OF BRITAIN, Reverse; A cypher T I in a shield, between sprigs of flowers, crest a demi-lion, Edge: PAYABLE AT T. IENNINGSS SPALDING & HOLBEACH, DH5, GVF, (3) , Obverse: A bottle MORE TRADE AND FEWER TAXES, Reverse: A figure a Hope standing PROSPERITY TO OLD ENGLAND, Edge: Plain (not in collar) DH23b, NEF with traces of lustre, Norwich undated, Obverse: A bottle MORE TRADE AND FEWER TAXES, Reverse: A figure a Hope standing PROSPERITY TO OLD ENGLAND, Edge: RICHARD DINMORE & SON NORWICH, DH24, GVF, Norwich 1793 Obverse: A mounted dragoon PRO REGE ET PATRIA, Exergue: QUEENS BAYS, Reverse: View of the barracks NORWICH BARRACKS 1793, Edge: Plain (nor in collar) DH46a, VF, (3) Bury undated Obverse: Shield of Arms of , SUCCESS TO THE PLOUGH & FLEECE, Reverse: A cypher P D above a crown, between palm and branches, THE COMMERCE OF BRITAIN, Edge: PAYABLE AT P.DECKS POST OFFICE BURY, DH26, GVF with traces of lustre Hoxne 1795 Obverse: A dismounted yeoman leaning against his horse, PRO ARIS ET FOCIS, Reverse: A castle within a garter. 1795 HOXNE & HARTSMERE SUFFOLK LOYAL YEOMANRY CAVALy., Edge: Milled to left, DH33d, NEF with traces of lustre and small spots, Lowestoft 1795 Obverse: ing machines in the water, LOWESTOFT TOKEN SEA BATH with RP in circle, Reverse: Men in a boat fishing, ships in the distance, Milled edge, DH37 EF and lustrous
£200

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Tokens - (9) 1796, Obverse: A filtering stone FOR PURIFYING WATER, date in exergue, Reverse: A bunch of grapes in a shield, between s, DH1, GVF, Edinburgh 1796 Obverse: A Buck's head, LET BRITAIN FLOURISH, date below, Reverse: A flower spray in a shield, BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES, DH3, About VF, Edinburgh 1796 Obverse: A Buck's head, LET BRITAIN FLOURISH, date below, Reverse: A flower spray in a shield, BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES, with RULES above the shield, DH4, VF or better, Edinburgh 1797 Obverse: View of a public building, EDINBURGH HALFPENNY 1797, PAYe. BY ANDERSON LESLIE &Co. WRIGHT DES. in small letters on the ground. Exergue: NEW UNIVERSITY, Reverse: A gardener holding a spade in one hand and a shrub in the other. NEU SEGNES JACEANT TERRAE ETIAM MONTES CONSERERE JUVAT. DH7, GVF, Edinburgh 1796 Obverse: Shield of Arms, crest: a palm branch, DITAT. SERVATA. FIDES. JOS . ARCHIBALD. SEEDSMAN . EDIN., eight dots between JOS and DITAT. Reverse: SELLS / GARDEN, GRASS, / FLOWER SEEDS, / FRUIT TREES in four lines, Milled edge, DN10 NEF, Edinburgh 1796 Archibalds, Obverse: Shield of Arms, crest a palm branch, DITAT SERVATA FIDES. JOS. ARCHIBALD. SEEDSMAN. EDIN, a six-pointed star between JOS and DITAT, Reverse: SELLS / GARDEN GRASS, / FLOWER SEEDS, / FRUIT TREES in four lines, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE SHOP OF JOSEPH ARCHIBALD, DH12, GVF, Edinburgh 1796 Harrison's, Obverse: A cypher H H with a small ornament at top and bottom, Reverse: An anchor dividing the date H.HARRISON ST. LEONARDS EDIN. DH20, GVF, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, flag on lookout of fort, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH58, GVF, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat sailing by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, no flag on lookout of fort, three cannons in place of the arches, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, less distinct, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH59 VF
£200

Auction 179
Tokens (8) Allen's 1795 Obverse: A shield of Arms WILLIAM ALLEN LONDON, Reverse: Shield of Arms PROMISSORY HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON, DH246a, NEF, Street 1795 Obverse: A filtering stone FOR PURIFYING WATER, date 1795 in exergue, Reverse: THE FILTERING STONE WAREHOUSE * COVENTRY STREET LONDON. DH292, GVF with traces of lustre, Forster's 1795 Obverse: A , encircled with notes on a musical stave GOD SAVE THE KING, Reverse: The Prince of 's crest within a double circle, WM. FORSTER . VIOLIN . TENOR . & VIOLINCELLO MAKER No. 348 STRAND LONDON, Edge: Plain (rounded) DH302 NEF with some lustre and a few spots, Foundling Fields 1795 Obverse: A lamb within a circle FOUNDLING FIELDS 1795, Reverse: Cypher IB within a circle, PAYABLE ON DEMAND, stop after DEMAND obscured by die flaw, as normal with this issue, milled edge, DH305, GVF the reverse weak in the centre, Hall's 1795 Obverse: A woman standing, MRS. NEWSHAM THE WHITE NEGRESS, Reverse: TO BE HAD ATTHE CURIOSITY HOUSE CITY ROAD, NEAR FINSBURY SQUARE LONDON 1795, DH317, NEF, Skidmore's Obverse: A view of a JAMES below, ST.PAUL'S COVENT GARDEN LONDON, Reverse: View of the church in ruins, DESTROY'D BY FIRE. SEPR. 17th 1795, GEF with dark chocolate tone, Whitfield's 1795 Obverse: Bust left LONG LIVE THE KING, Reverse: a cypher I M & Co, date below, DH911b, VF, Political and Social Series - Hardy 1794 Obverse: Bust to left TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON Exergue: T.HARDY 1794, Reverse: ACQUITTED / BY HIS / JURY COUNSEL / HON. T. ERSKINE / V.GIBBS ESQr. In five lines, DH1026 VF
£190

Auction 179
Tokens (8) Richardson's 1795 Obverse: A bluecoat boy preparing to draw from a lottery wheel, NOTHING VENTURE NOTHING HAVE. Exergue: A cornucopia of money dividing the date, Reverse: AT THE OFFICES OF RICHARDSON GOODLUCK & Co No.12807 THE LAST PRIZE OF £30,000 SHARED WAS SOLD IN SIXTEENTHS, DH471, Near EF, Rare, Williams' 1795 Obverse: The Prince of 's crest upon a portcullis, W.WILLIAMS LONDON below, RENDER TO CAESAR THE THINGS THAT ARE CAESAR'S, Reverse: The Armn of , crowned, PEACE GOD AND HONOUR THE KING, crown further from legend, DH916, NEF/GVF, National Series 1793 Obverse: Conjoined busts right, LOUIS . XVI ET M . ANTOINETTE . ROI ET REINE DE FRANCE, Reverse: MURd. BY / THE FACTIOUS / LOUIS . XVI . JAN 21. / M: ANTOINETTE / OCT . 16 ./1793 in six lines, Edge: Plain (not in collar), DH995a, NEF, Political and Social Series - Erskine and Erskine & Gibbs 1794 Obverse: Two barristers standing, holding a label inscribed BILL OF RIGHTS, above them another label inscribed MAGNA CARTA, ERSKINE AND GIBBS AND TRIAL BY JURY, Reverse: T.HARDY / I.H.TOOKE / T.HOLCROFT / I.A.BONNEY / J.JOYCE S.KID / J.THELWALL / I.RICHTER / I.BAXTER 1794 in nine lines, DH1012, Milled edge, GVF, Political and Social Series - Hardy 1794 Obverse: Bust to left TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON Exergue: T.HARDY 1794, Reverse: ACQUITTED / BY HIS / JURY / COUNSEL / HON. T. ERSKINE / V.GIBBS ESQr. In six lines, DH1025, NEF/EF with traces of lustre, Political and Social Series - Tooke 1794 Obverse: Full face bust, IOHN HORNE TOOKE ESQr. Reverse: The names of the jury in a square, ERSKINE above, GIBBS below, BRITISH JUSTICE DISPLAY'D NOVr 22. 1794 Edge: Plain (not in collar) DH1044b, GVF with some spots, Political and Social Series - Tooke 1794 Obverse: Bust right, TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON, Exergue: J.H.TOOKE ESQr., Reverse: ACQUITTED / BY HIS JURY /COUNSEL / HON. T. ERSKINE / V.GIBBS ESQr. in five lines, , DH1045a, GVF, Political and Social series - Tom Tackle , Obverse: A sailor brandishing a cutless TOM TACKLE IS RICH. FOR KING AND COUNTRY Reverse: A sailor with a wooden leg and crutches. TOM TACKLE IS POOR * MY COUNTRY SERVD * DH1048, NVF weak in places, struck slightly off-centre
£190

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Tokens (8) - Hereford Obverse: An apple tree SUCCESS TO THE CIDER TRADE. HEREFORD HALFPENNY C.HONIATTS BIRMm WAREHOUSE, Reverse: Figure of Justice FOR CHANGE NOT FRAUD, Milled edge, DH5, NEF, (2) 1794 Obverse: A figure of Britannia with a small lion below, SUCCESS TO THE COMMERCE OF BRITAIN, Reverse; A cypher T I in a shield, between sprigs of flowers, crest a demi-lion, Edge: PAYABLE AT T. IENNINGSS SPALDING & HOLBEACH, DH5, EF/NEF, 1793 Obverse: View of Wainfleet Abbey 1489 below, FOUNDED BY WILLIAM WAYNEFLETE, Reverse: Figure of Hope standing, a ship in the distance, WAINFLEET HALFPENNY Date in Exergue, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF D.WRIGHT & S.PALMER, DH8, NEF with some thin scratches on the obverse, - Cambridge 1795 Obverse: A beehive and bees, INDUSTRY HAS ITS SURE REWARD, Reverse: A druid's head 1795 below, Edge: CAMBRIDGE BEDFORD AND HUNTINGDON DH12, EF with a few small spots, - Coalbrook Dale 1792 Obverse: View of a bridge with vessel under, ERECTED / ANNO 1779 / SPAN 100 FEET, within inner circle, IRON BRIDGE AT COALBROOK DALE 1792, Reverse: A man working a machine, Exergue: INCLINED PLANE AT KETLEY 1789, Edge: PAYABLE AT COAL-BROOK DALE AND KETLEY, DH14, GVF, (2) - Brownbill's 1793 Obverse: Bust of Bishop Blaze right, SUCCESS TO THE YORKSHIRE WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, DH41, NEF/GVF, Yorkshire - York 1795 Obverse: View of a cathedral, Exergue: YORK 1795, Reverse: View of a castle and drawbridge CLIFFORD'S TOWER A.D.1100, Edge: YORK BUILT A.M.1223 . CATHEDRAL REBUILT A.D.1075, DH63, GVF with some digs on the reverse, - 1792, Obverse, A three quarter length figure of Bishop Blaize, Reverse: Shield of Arms with date below EXETER HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF SAMUEL KINGDON, DH2, VF
£170

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Tokens (6) Carter's 1795 Obverse: A lady's slipper CARTER 32 JERMYN STREET LONDON 1795, Reverse: LADIES SHOE MANUFACTORY Edge: Milled, DH276 EF, Dennis' 1795 Obverse: A wheatsheaf, BAKERS HALFPENNY 1795, Reverse: TO LESSEN / THE SLAVERY OF / SUNDAY BAKING / AND PROVIDE FOR / PUBLIC WANTS / AN ACT WAS / PASSED / AD.1794, Edge: PAYABLE AT I DENNIS LONDON, DH297, EF, Foundling Fields 1795 Obverse: A lamb within a circle FOUNDLING FIELDS 1795, Reverse: Cypher IB within a circle, PAYABLE ON DEMAND, stop after DEMAND obscured by die flaw, as normal with this issue, milled edge, DH305, EF, Fowler's 1794 Obverse: Head of Neptune with trident, HALFPENNY, Reverse: Whale fishery, PAYABLE AT L. FOWLERs LONDON, Exergue WHALE FISHERY 1794, DH306 GVF/NEF, National Series 1795 Obverse: Bust right FREDk DUKE OF YORK HALFPENNY 1795, Reverse: A man-of war to left THE WOODEN WALLS OF OLD ENGLAND, Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON OR DUBLIN, DH985a, GVF, Political and Social Series - Hardy 1794 Obverse: Bust to left TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON Exergue: T.HARDY 1794, Reverse: ACQUITTED / BY HIS / JURY / COUNSEL / HON. T. ERSKINE / V.GIBBS ESQr. In six lines, DH1025, NEF with traces of lustre
£170

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Tokens (5) Officer standing/View of Bastille DH6 GVF, the obverse with some spot and some dirt in the legend, Northiam 1794 Arms THE CONVENIENCE OF SOCIETY/IF cypher, crest, a wheatsheaf DH34 Edge: PAYABLE AT IOHN FOLLER'S NORTHIAM, VF, Northiam 1794 UNAMITY IS THE BOND OF SOCIETY/EG cypher a squirrel NORTHIAM HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT G.GILBERTS NORTHIAM, DH35 GVF/VF, East Grinstead 1795 Free's Arms/IHB cypher. Scales above, DH22 EF/NEF with traces of lustre, Winchelsea 1794 Beehive and bees/Shield of Arms DH40 GVF
£170 London Coins : A179 : Lot 822 : Halfpennies 18th Century Sussex (5) Brighton undated Officer standing/View of Bastille DH6 GVF, the ...

Auction 179
Tokens (8) Appledore 1794 Obverse: Man carrying sack to windmill/Lion and lamb lying together in standing corn, Edge: PAYABLE AT W. FRIGGLES, GOUDHURST, DH3a, VF, Benenden 1794 Obverse: A wheatsheaf PEACE AND PLENTY, Reverse: Shield of Arms BENENDEN HALFPENNY, DH4 GVF with a scratch on the obverse, Deptford 1795 Obverse: The Kentish Men meeting William the Conqueror, Reverse: The stern of the Royal George, with KENT HALFPENNY date and TDH below, Edge: PAYABLE AT THO'S HAYCRAFTS DEPTFORD, DH13, GVF, 1794 Obverse: Bust of William Pitt, right, THE.R.HON. W.PITT. LORD WARDEN CINQUE PORTS, Reverse: The Arms of Dover, Edge: AT HORN'S LIBRARY, DH16, NEF, 1794 Obverse: An ancient sloop PAYABLE AT FEVERSHAM, Reverse: Shield of Arms of the Cinque Ports CINQUE PORTS HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT IOHN CROWSS COPPER SMITH, DH20, Near EF with an inked number on the obverse, Goudhurst 1794 Obverse: The Kentish Horse, KENT HALFPENNY TOKEN, Reverse: Reverse: Shield of Arms of the city of , Edge: PAYABLE BY W.MYN'S GOUDHURST, DH29, NEF with some spots on the reverse, Rare, Hythe 1794 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the Cinque Ports, CINQUE PORT HALFPENNY, Reverse: An ancient sloop, PAYABLE AT HYTH, Edge: AT RICHARD SHIPDEN'S, DH31, GVF, 1795 Obverse: Shield of Arms and supporters of the borough of Maidstone, Reverse: Figure of Justice standing, THE SPRING OF FREEDOM ENGLANDS BLESSING, Edge: PAYABLE BY HENRY OLIVER'S, DH36, NEF with some light porosity
£160

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Tokens (7) Lanarkshire - 1791 Obverse: The Arms of Glasgow LET GLASGOW FLOURISH, Reverse: a river god reclining on an urn, inscribed CLYDE, from which water is flowing, NUNQUAM ARESCERE Exergue: MDCCXCI initials, Edge: CAMBRIDGE BEDFORD AND HUNTINGDON, DH3a, NEF, shire (2) Perth DH2 Obverse: A man dragging a fishing net to the shore, a boat lying on the beach, even slope behind fisherman, RETE TRAHITO FAUSTE, Exergue: WRIGHT JUNr. DES, Reverse: A bridge and distant view of hills PERTH HALFPENNY, Exergue: TAY-BRIDGE FINISHED 1770. and Arms of Perth in a sunken circle with motto PRO REGE LEGE ET GREGE, Edge: PAYABLE ON DEMAND BY JOHN FERRIER, DH2, VF the obverse with a scratch, the reverse with some small spots, Perth 1797 Obverse: A spirit still and casks in a circle of dots PAYABLE AT DAVID PETERS WINE & SPIRIT SHOPS, Reverse: The Arms of Perth and PRO REGE LEGE ET GREGE motto on a label, with sprig of flowers at each end, Edge: Diagonally milled, DH10, VF, the obverse with a small spot, (4) 1797 Obverse: View of a public building, EDINBURGH HALFPENNY 1797 with NEW UNIVERSITY and PAYe BY ANDERSON LESLIE & Co below, Reverse: A gardener holding a spade in one hand and a shrub in the other, NEU SEGNES JACEANT TERRAE, ETIAM MONTES CONSERERE JUVAT, Edge: Plain, DH7 GVF, Edinburgh 1796 Harrison's, Obverse: A cypher H H with a small ornament at top and bottom, Reverse: An anchor dividing the date H.HARRISON ST. LEONARDS EDIN. DH20, GVF, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, flag on lookout of fort, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH58, VF, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat sailing by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, no flag on lookout of fort, three cannons in place of the arches, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, less distinct, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH59, VF
£160

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Tokens (6) 1794 Obverse: The Arms and supporters of the city of Bath, date below, W.GYE PRINTER & STATIONER BATH, Reverse: A female seated, instructing a boy with a key to unlock the prison doors, GO FORTH radiated, REMEMBER THE DEBTORS IN ILCHESTER GOAL, Edge: PAYABLE AT W.GYE'S PRINTER BATH, DH34, EF with a planchet clip obscuring most of BATH on the edge, Bath , Obverse: Bust left IOHN HOWARD F.R.S. HALFPENNY, Reverse: A female seated, instructing a boy with a key to unlock the prison doors, GO FORTH radiated, REMEMBER THE DEBTORS IN GOAL, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH36c,NEF, Bath undated, Bust left IOHN HOWARD F.R.S. HALFPENNY, Reverse: A female seated, instructed a boy with a key to unlock the prison doors, GO FORTH radiated, REMEMBER THE DEBTORS IN GOAL, Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON OR DUBLIN, DH6d,GVF/NEF, Bath undated, Bath City Token, Obverse: View of a chapel, KENSINGTON CHAPEL, Reverse: The Arms and supporters of Bath, in a sunken oval, , DH76, NEF, undated, Obverse: Arms of Bristol within a circle, PROSPERITY TO THE CITY OF BRISTOL, Reverse: A Figure of Galen, I. CHESTER. DRUGGIST AND CHYMIST, Plain edge, DH90, About VF, Bristol 1795 date over weak higher date, Obverse: A large bale marked N H B No.1 , leopard above, GENERAL COMMIDSION & PUBLIC SALE ROOM BRIDGE STREET BRISTOL, no stop at end of legend, Reverse: Figure of Justice standing, dividing date, PAYABLE AT NIBLOCK & HUNTER'S, DH100, VF, - Penryn 1794 Obverse: A shield of Arms, PRO REGE ET POPULO, Exergue: LORD DE DUNSTANVILLE COLONEL in two lines, Reverse: A laureated bust, PENRYN VOLUNTEERS Exergue: FIRST INROLLD APRIL 3. 1794, DH4, About EF
£150

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Tokens (8) - Leighton Buzzard 1794 Obverse: A girl making lace LACE MANUFACTORY, Reverse: A lamb, PAY AT LEYTON BERKHAMSTEAD OR LONDON, Edge: CHAMBERS LANGSTON HALL & CO, DH3c,About EF, - Banbury Obverse: Bust three-quarter facing WM. RUSHER HATTER BOOKSELR. STATIONER . BANBURY. Reverse: The Sun DEUS . EST . NOBIS . SOL . ET . SCUTUM . , Edge: PAYABLE AT BANBURY OXFORD OR READING, DH1, GEF with traces of lustre, - 1793 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the borough of Shrewsbury, SHREWSBURY HALFPENNY 1793 Reverse: woolpack SALOP WOOLLEN MANUFACTORY, Edge: PAYABLE AT SHREWSBURY, DH22, GVF with some old scratches by the date, - Nottingham Obverse: DONALD & Co / STOCKING / MANUFACTURERS / WHOLESALE & / RETAIL in five lines within an oval, Reverse: A beehive and bees within a circle, No 29 BULL STREET BIRMINGHAM 1792, , DH8, NEF, - Guildford Obverse: The Arms of Guildford, GUILDFORD HALFPENNY, Reverse: three-quarter length figure of Bishop Blaize, and a woolpack, SUCCESS TO THE WOOLLEN MANUFACTORY, Plain edge, DH9, GVF with a thin scratch on the reverse, - 1792, Obverse, A three quarter length figure of Bishop Blaize, Reverse: Shield of Arms with date below EXETER HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF SAMUEL KINGDON, DH2, GVF, - 1796 Obverse: View of a CATHEDRAL CHURCH Exergue: OF SARUM, Reverse: The Grocer's arms and supporters, FINE TEAS &c. 1796 below, Edge: PAYABLE AT I & T SHARPES SALISBURY DH21, NEF, - Leek 1793 Obverse: A caduceus, supported by a large bale of goods, LEEK COMMERCIAL HALFPENNY 1793, small 3 in date, Reverse: Two hands d, and a olive branch, ARTE FAVENTE NIL DESPERANDUM, berry on underside of first leaf, Edge: PAYABLE AT LEEK STAFFORDSHIRE, DH13, NEF
£140

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Tokens (8) - Banbury Obverse: Bust three-quarter facing WM. RUSHER HATTER BOOKSELR. STATIONER . BANBURY. Reverse: The Sun DEUS . EST . NOBIS . SOL . ET . SCUTUM . , Edge: PAYABLE AT BANBURY OXFORD OR READING, DH1, NEF with some tone spots, - South Shields Obverse: A figure of Faith standing, holding a book, SOUTH SHIELDS HALFPENNY 1794. Reverse: A ship SUCCESS TO THE COAL TRADE, Edge: PAYABLE AT SOUTH SHIELDS AND LONDON, DH4, NEF with a thin scratch on the obverse, - Nottingham Obverse: DONALD & Co / STOCKING / MANUFACTURERS / WHOLESALE & / RETAIL in five lines within an oval, Reverse: A beehive and bees within a circle, No 29 BULL STREET BIRMINGHAM 1792, , DH8, GVF, (2) Emsworth 1795 Obverse: bust left, EARL HOWE & THE FIRST OF JUNE 1794, Reverse: Small ship left THE WOODEN WALLS OF OLD EDNGLAND. Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH30, GVF with some small tone spots, Go 1794 Obverse: Helmeted bust of Sir Bevois, PROMISSORY HALFPENNY. Reverse: Large ship PRO BONO PUBLICO, ship's mast points to the centre of the O, Edge: PAYABLE AT I.IORDENS DRAPER GOSPORT, DH41, NEF/GVF, (3) Fowler's 1794 Obverse: Head of Neptune with trident, HALFPENNY, Reverse: Whale fishery, PAYABLE AT L. FOWLERs LONDON, Exergue WHALE FISHERY 1794, DH306, NEF with some tone spots, Richardson's 1795 Obverse: A figure of Fortune standing between two lottery wheels, NOTHING VENTURE NOTHING HAVE. Reverse: AT THE OFFICES OF RICHARDSON GOODLUCK & Co No.12807 THE LAST PRIZE OF £30,000 SHARED WAS SOLD IN SIXTEENTHS, DH467, EF, National Series 1795 Obverse: Bust right FREDk DUKE OF YORK HALFPENNY 1795, Reverse: A man-of war sailing to left THE WOODEN WALLS OF OLD ENGLAND, Edge: PAYABLE AT LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH985, GVF
£140

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Tokens (8) Benenden 1794 Obverse: A wheatsheaf PEACE AND PLENTY, Reverse: Shield of Arms BENENDEN HALFPENNY, DH4, NEF, 1794 Obverse: Side view of Canterbury cathedral, CANTERBURY TOKEN below, Reverse: Shield of Arms of Canterbury, Edge: PAYABLE AT JAMES ROBERTSON'S, DH7, NEF with traces of lustre, Canterbury 1795 Obverse: Side view of Canterbury cathedral, cypher in exergue below, Reverse: Shield of Arms of Canterbury, OUR KING AND COUNTRY LAWS AND TRADE, date with a Maltese Cross before and after, Edge: PAYABLE AT CANTERBURY, DH8, NEF, Deptford 1795 Obverse: The Kentish men meeting William the Conqueror, Reverse: The stern of the Royal George, with KENT HALFPENNY date and TDH below, Edge: PAYABLE AT DEPTFORD CHATHAM AND DOVER, DH13a, NEF, Dym 1794 Obverse: A cypher WP, crest, a lamb, ROMNEY MARSH HALFPENNY, Reverse: Figure of Justice standing FOR THE HONOR AND USA OF TRADE, Edge: PAYABLE AT W.PARRIS DIMCHURCH, DH15, NEF/GVF the reverse with a faint inked number in the field, 1794 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the city of , below, on a label, SUSSEX, FOR CHANGE NOT FRAUD, Reverse: Shield of Arms of Canterbury, KENT HALFPENNY TOKEN, Edge: PAYABLE AT I.GIBBS LAMBERHURST, DH35, NEF, 1795 Shield of Arms and supporters of the borough of Maidstone, MAIDSTONE above, HALFPENNY below, Reverse: View of a paper mill, PAYABLE BY J. SMYTH AT PADSOLE PAPER MILL, Edge: Milled, DH37, EF or near so with traces of lustre, Tenterden 1796 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the Brewer's Company, TENTERDEN HALFPENNY 1796, Reverse: A horse and dray, and part of a brewhouse, in exergue: TO CHEER OUR HEARTS, Edge: PAYABLE AT T CLOAKES BREW HOUSE, DH42, GVF
£140

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Tokens (8) 1792 Obverse: left, crowned, IOHN OF YORK DUKE OF LANCASTER, Legend continuous over bust, star below bust, centre of crown points between D and U of DUKE, front of crown points to N, Reverse: Shield of Arms, LANCASTER HALFPENNY 1792, Line in shield points to C on left and between P and E on right, DH26, NEF, Rare, Lancaster 1792 Obverse: John of Gaunt left, crowned, IOHN OF YORK DUKE OF LANCASTER, Legend continuous over bust, star below bust, centre of crown points to K of DUKE, front of crown points to N, Reverse: Shield of Arms, LANCASTER HALFPENNY 1792, Line in shield points between C and A, and between E and N, (Line indistinct on left), stop after legend, Edge: CAMBRIDGE BEDFORD AND HUNTINGDON, DH29B, NEF and scarce, Lancaster 1792 Obverse: John of Gaunt left, crowned, IOHN OF YORK DUKE OF LANCASTER, no star below bust, Reverse: Shield of Arms, LANCASTER HALFPENNY, no stop after legend, Line in shield points to C and E of legend, Edge: Plain (rounded), DH 31a, NEF with a small flan flaw above the bust, Lancaster 1794 Obverse: John of Gaunt left, crowned, IOHN OF YORK DUKE OF LANCASTER, star below bust, stop after legend, Reverse: Shield of Arms, HALFPENNY, Line of shield points to H and Y of HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE TEMPLE OF THE MUSES, DH43B, GVF/NEF, 1792 Obverse: View of building EAST INDIA HOUSE, Reverse: The Grocer's Arms HALFPENNY 1792, Edge: PAYABLE AT I. FIELDINGS MANCHESTER DH127, NEF, Manchester 1792 Obverse: View of building EAST INDIA HOUSE, Reverse: The Grocer's Arms HALFPENNY 1792, Edge: LONDON BRISTOL AND LIVERPOOL DH127A, EF/NEF, Manchester 1793 Obverse: A porter carrying a pack MANCHESTER HALFPENNY, date in exergue, Reverse: Shield of Arms with SIC DONEM on a ribbon below, SUCCESS TO NAVIGATION, Edge: PAYABLE AT BIRMINGHAM LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH135A, GVF/NEF, Manchester 1793 Obverse: A porter carrying a pack MANCHESTER HALFPENNY, date in exergue, Reverse: Shield of Arms with SIC DONEC on a ribbon below, Edge: Engrailed, DH135e NEF
£140

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Tokens (8) 1792 Obverse: left, crowned, IOHN OF YORK DUKE OF LANCASTER, Legend continuous over bust, star below bust, centre of crown points to K, front of crown points to N, Reverse: Shield of Arms, LANCASTER HALFPENNY stop after legend, Edge: PAYABLE IN LONDON, BRISTOL & LANCASTER, DH29, NEF, Lancaster 1792 Obverse: John of Gaunt left, crowned, IOHN OF YORK DUKE OF LANCASTER, no star below bust, Reverse: Shield of Arms, LANCASTER HALFPENNY, no stop after legend, Line in shield points to C and E of legend, Edge: Plain (rounded), DH 31a, GVF, Lancaster 1794 Obverse: John of Gaunt left, crowned, IOHN OF YORK DUKE OF LANCASTER, star below bust, centre of crown points between U and K of DUKE, Reverse: Shield of Arms, LANCASTER HALFPENNY, Line of shield points above C and between P and E of legend, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH41, GVF/NEF, Lancaster 1794 Obverse: John of Gaunt left, crowned, IOHN OF YORK DUKE OF LANCASTER, star below bust, stop after legend, Reverse: Shield of Arms, HALFPENNY, Line of shield points to H and Y of HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH43, EF/About EF, Lancaster 1794 Obverse: Obverse: John of Gaunt left, crowned, IOHN OF YORK DUKE OF LANCASTER, star below bust, centre of crown points between U and K of DUKE, Reverse: Shield of Arms, HALFPENNY 1794 with wider apaced date, no stop after legend, Edge: AYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL,(P of PAYABLE not struck), DH46, GVF/NEF, 1792 Obverse: View of building EAST INDIA HOUSE, Reverse: The Grocer's Arms HALFPENNY 1792, Edge: PAYABLE AT I. FIELDINGS MANCHESTER DH127, EF, Manchester 1793 with double struck 9, Obverse: The Grocer's Arms MANCHESTER PROMISSORY HALFPENNY 1793, Reverse: 's bale mark, V clear of centre, PAYABLE AT IN. FIELDINGS GROCER & TEA DEALER, DH130, NEF, scarce, Manchester 1793 Obverse: A porter carrying a pack, MANCHESTER HALFPENNY, date in exergue, Reverse: Shield of Arms with SIC DONEM on a ribbon below, SUCCESS TO NAVIGATION, Edge: engrailed, DH135e, EF and attractively toned
£140

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Tokens - (7) 1796 Obverse: A filtering stone FOR PURIFYING WATER, date in exergue, Reverse: A bunch of grapes in a shield, between s, DH1, Good Fine with some old scratches, Edinburgh 1796 Obverse: A flower spray in an shield, BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES, Reverse: a buck's head, LET BRITAIN FLOURISH, DH3, NEF/GVF, Edinburgh 1796 Archibald's, Obverse: Shield of Arms, crest a palm branch, DITAT SERVATA FIDES. JOS. ARCHIBALD. SEEDSMAN. EDIN Reverse: SELLS / GARDEN, GRASS, / FLOWER SEEDS, / FRUIT TREES in four lines, Edge: Milled, DH10, NEF, Edinburgh 1796 Archibald's, Obverse: Shield of Arms, crest a palm branch, DITAT SERVATA FIDES. JOS. ARCHIBALD. SEEDSMAN. EDIN, a six-pointed star between JOS and DITAT, Reverse: SELLS / GARDEN GRASS, / FLOWER SEEDS, / FRUIT TREES in four lines, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE SHOP OF JOSEPH ARCHIBALD, DH12, GVF, Rare, Edinburgh 1796 Harrison's, Obverse: A cypher H H with a small ornament at top and bottom, Reverse: An anchor dividing the date H.HARRISON ST. LEONARDS EDIN. DH20, NEF, Edinburgh 1790 Hutchison's, Obverse: St. Andrew with Cross, between thistles, NEMO ME IMPUNE LACESSIT, Reverse: The Arms of Edinburgh between thistles, crest an anchor, EDINBURGH HALFPENNY, stop after legend, four bands on anchor stock, DH24 NEF with an edge nick, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, flag on lookout of fort, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH58, GVF/VF
£140

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Tokens (9) County 1791 DH49 Obverse: Bust of left WARWICKSHIRE, Reverse: Vulcan seated at work, HALFPENNY with 1792 in exergue, Edge: PAYABLE IN ANGLESEY LONDON OR LIVERPOOL, DH49, VF, 1793 Obverse: Standing figure of a boy BIRMINGHAM HALFPENNY with 1793 in exergue, Reverse: A shield bearing four hedgehogs, crest: a hedgehog INDUSTRY HAS IT'S SURE REWARD, Edge: Current EVERY WHERE, DH50, Near EF/EF, Birmingham 1792 Biggs' Obverse: Bust to left in a cocked hat GENERAL ELLIOT, Reverse: A Fleur-de-lis BIRMINGHAM HALFPENNY, 1792 below, Edge: Plain, not in collar, DH70A, Near EF, Birmingham 1792 Biggs' Obverse: Bust right Dr. SAMUEL JOHNSON, a small ornament below the bust, Reverse: Three lions rampant PROMISSORY HALFPENNY PAYABLE AT, Edge: BIRMINGHAM W.HAMPTON OR LITCHFIELD, DH71A, GVF, Birmingham 1793 Mining and Company - Female figure seated on a rock, holding a fasces BIRMINGHAM AND MINING COPPER COMPANY, date in exergue, Reverse: Stork standing on a cornucopia, Edge: BIRMINGHAM LIVERPOOL OR LONDON (Reversed N's), DH116 NEF/EF, Birmingham Bisset's Obverse: View of the interior of a temple BISSETs MUSEUM & FANCY PICTURE MANUFACTORY, Reverse: Ornaments of spar ALABASTER SPAR & PETRIFICATION WAREHOUSE, Exergue: BIRMINGHAM, DH120, EF, Birmingham 1792 Hickman's, Obverse: Bust to left IOHN HOWARD FRS. Reverse: Cypher H H BIRMINGHAM PROMISSORY HALFPENNY 1792, Edge: PAYABLE AT H.HICKMAN'S WAREHOUSE BIRMINGHAM, DH144, GVF/VF with a scratch on the obverse, Birmingham undated Lutwyche's, Obverse: Figure of Justice seated. holding a pair of scales, MEDALS & PROVINCIAL COINS. Exergue: DEA PERCUNIA, Reverse: Conjoined busts of King George III and Queen LONG MAY THEY REIGN OVER A GRATEFUL PEOPLE, , DH220, GVF, 1788 Obverse: Bust of Wilkinson, right, IOHN WILKINSON IRON MASTER, Reverse: A barge, Exergue: 1788, Edge: WILLEY SNEDSHILL BERSHAM BRADLEY DH336 Fine
£140

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Tokens Tokens, Medals, Model /Toy Money and Paranumismatic, includes (33) Fine to VF, includes a North 1793 VF, Pennies (3) 1811 Fine, 1812 Cheltenham - John Bishop, Fine, 1812 Lead Works VG, 19th Century Halfpennies (4) Isle of Man 1831 VG, Non-Local (2) 1813 Marquis VG, 1812 Bust right in continuous wreath VG, 1811 and Rose Company VG, 18th Century s (2) North Wales 1793 NVF, Isaac 1793 Fine, Model/Toy Money (4) Lauer and Moore types Good Fine to GVF, s (3) 1818 Death of Queen in VG holed, 1821 Death of Queen Caroline Fine, holed, Lord Rodney/Formadable , Ship Reverse, Tokens (14) To Hanover, Guinea and types in mixed grades, Coin Weight George III Guinea Crowned large cartouche with A GUINEA within GR either side of the crown VF, Medal 1897 Queen Victoria Fine, Co-op Tokens (42) a mixture of types and shapes, in mixed grades, Medals and medalets (13) Late 19th Century and , a mix of types in mixed grades, and One a Branston Pickle promotional pack 1983 One Pound 1983 UNC and Penny 1935 Fine, Medal 1977 Pobjoy Mint Priority Collectors Register UNC on the card of issue, Medalet 1969 Investiture of the Prince of Wales 22mm diameter in bronze Lustrous UNC
£140

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Tokens (8) (3) Leek 1793 Obverse: A caduceus, supported by a large bale of goods, LEEK COMMERCIAL HALFPENNY 1793, Reverse: Two hands d, and a olive branch, ARTE FAVENTE NIL DESPERANDUM, Edge: PAYABLE AT LEEK STAFFORDSHIRE, DH10, EF, Leek 1793 Obverse: A caduceus, supported by a large bale of goods, LEEK COMMERCIAL HALFPENNY 1793, squarer 1 and small 3 in date Reverse: Two hands united, and a olive branch, ARTE FAVENTE NIL DESPERANDUM, Milled edge, DH13a, GVF with some small spots, on a larger flan as normal, Very Rare, Lichfield 1796 Obverse: Bust left Dr. SAMUEL JOHNSON, ornament below, Reverse: A wreath LITCHFIELD TOKEN MDCCXCVI below, , DH18 VF, (2) Devizes 1796 Obverse: A shield of Arms, THE ARMS OF THE TOWN OF DEVIZES * Reverse: A stag I. BASTER . DEVIZES WILTS, date in exergue below, Plain edge (not in collar) DH2c, GVF, 1796 Obverse: View of a CATHEDRAL CHURCH Exergue: OF SARUM, Reverse: The Grocer's arms and supporters, FINE TEAS &c. 1796 below, Edge: PAYABLE AT I & T SHARPES SALISBURY DH21, GVF, (2) Coalbrook Dale 1792 Obverse: View of a bridge with a verrel under ERECTED / ANNO 1779 / SPAN 100 FEET above, IRON BRIDGE AT COALBROOK DALE 1792, Reverse: A man working a machine, Exergue: INCLINED PLANE AT KETLEY 1789. Edge: PAYABLE AT COALBROOK - DALE AND KETLEY, DH14, VF, Coalbrook Dale 1792 Obverse: View of a bridge with a verrel sailing under ERECTED / ANNO 1779 / SPAN 100 FEET above, IRON BRIDGE AT COALBROOK DALE 1792, Reverse: A man working a machine, Exergue: INCLINED PLANE AT KETLEY 1789. Edge: PAYABLE AT COALBROOK - DALE AND KETLEY, DH17, VF, - Northampton 1794 Obverse: Bust left GEORGE JOBSON . BANKER, date below, Reverse: A castle and lion MAY NORTHAMPTON FLOURISH, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH1, GVF with some spots and surface cracks
£130

Auction 179
Tokens (8) Bebbington's , Obverse: Laureate bust to right, LONDON & MIDDLESEX . HALFPENNY. Reverse: The Prince of 's crest on a shield, under an umbrella, FOR . CHANGE . NO . FRAUD . JOHN . BEBBINGTON. DH254, NEF/EF with traces of lustre, the reverse with some dirt in the legend, Carter's 1795 Obverse: A lady's slipper CARTER 32 JERMYN STREET LONDON 1795, Reverse: LADIES SHOE MANUFACTORY Edge: Milled, DH276 NEF, Davidson's 1795 Obverse: A female seated holding a sword, and a shield bearing the Arms of , a distant view of St. Paul's SISE LANE HALFPENNY, Reverse: A upon a triangle, held by two hands, Br. CONSTITUTION radiated in the centre KING . LORDS . COMMONS, Cross touches IN of KING, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF T&R DAVIDSON'S, DH295, NEF with some spots, Forster's 1795 Obverse: A crown, encircled with notes on a musical stave GOD SAVE THE KING, Reverse: The Prince of Wales's crest within a double circle, WM. FORSTER . VIOLIN . TENOR . & VIOLINCELLO MAKER No. 348 STRAND LONDON, Edge: Plain (rounded) DH302 NEF with some tine spots and traces of lustre, Foundling Fields 1795 Obverse: A lamb within a circle FOUNDLING FIELDS 1795, Reverse: Cypher IB within a circle, PAYABLE ON DEMAND, stop after DEMAND obscured by die flaw, as normal with this issue, milled edge, DH305, Guest's Obverse: Royal Arm's supporters and crest GUESTS PATENT BOOTS AND SHOES Reverse: A boot, a shoe and a ladies slipper No.9 SURRY ST. BLACK FRIARS . ROAD HALFPENNY 1795. Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON, DH308, EF, Hendon 1794 Obverse: View of a HENDON . VALUE . ONE HALFPENNY, date in exergue, Reverse: A greyhound I PROMISE TO PAY ON DEMAND Exergue: B. PRICE, DH324 NEF with a trace of lustre, Neeton's 1795 Obverse: A Saracen's head EDWARD . NEETON. ST. MARY LE BONE, Reverse: A puncheon, WINE * RUM * AND * BRANDY * VAULTS * 1795, DH390, EF with a darker toning area on the reverse
£130

Auction 179
Tokens (8) Dennis' 1795 Obverse: A wheatsheaf, BAKERS HALFPENNY 1795, Reverse: TO LESSEN / THE SLAVERY OF / SUNDAY BAKING / AND PROVIDE FOR / PUBLIC WANTS / AN ACT WAS / PASSED / AD.1794, DH297, Edge: PAYABLE AT I.DENNIS LONDON NEF, Hall's 1795 Obverse: A deformed dwarf SIR JEFFERY DUNSTAN MAYOR OF GARRAT. DH316 Reverse: TO BE HAD AT THE CURIOSITY HOUSE CITY ROAD + NEAR FINSBURY SQUARE LONDON 1795, , DH316 GVF with a few small spots, Heslop's , Obverse: a man and a monkey in antic postures CAN YOU DO SO, Reverse: HESLOP No. 86 CHISWELL STREET FINSBURY SQUARE. THE FIRST / SHOP IN LONDON FOR / NATURAL CURIOSITYS / PAINTINGS, COINS / COLOURS FOR / ARTISTS &c. in six lines, Edge: Milled, DH336a GVF/VF, Rare, Moore's 1795 Obverse: girl sitting under a tree making lace, LACE MANUFACTORY 1795, Reverse: A scroll inscribed MUSLINS IRISH CLOTH HOSE &c.within a circle. MOORE. No. 116 GREAT PORTLAND STREET, Edge: Coarse milled, DH389 NEF, Richardson's 1795 Obverse: A figure of Fortune standing between two lottery wheels, NOTHING VENTURE NOTHING HAVE. Reverse: AT THE OFFICES OF RICHARDSON GOODLUCK & Co No.12807 THE LAST PRIZE OF £30,000 SHARED WAS SOLD IN SIXTEENTHS, smaller text on second line, DH468, NEF, National Series Obverse: Bust left, s, IOHN OF GAUNT DUKE OF LANCASTER, Reverse: Royal Arms with the Prince of 's motto below, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH957 NEF with a spot on the obverse, Political and Social Series - Hardy 1794 Obverse: Bust to left TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON Exergue: T.HARDY 1794, Reverse: ACQUITTED / BY HIS / JURY / COUNSEL / HON. T. ERSKINE / V.GIBBS ESQr. In six lines, DH1024, NEF with some small spots, 1793 Obverse: Bust left ISAAC NEWTON, Reverse: A caduceus, olive branch and cornucopia, HALFPENNY 1793, DH1033, Engrailed edge NEF toned with a few small spots
£130

Auction 179
Tokens (8) Foundling Fields 1795 Obverse: A lamb within a circle FOUNDLING FIELDS 1795, Reverse: Cypher IB within a circle, PAYABLE ON DEMAND, stop after DEMAND obscured by die flaw, as normal with this issue, milled edge, DH305, About EF/EF, Kelly's , Obverse: A postilion holding a harnessed horse, KELLY'S LIGHT HARNESS &c. Exergue: SOLD CHEAP AT THEIR / MANUFACTORY / STRAND / LONDON in four lines, Reverse: A saddle, spur, &c. KELLY PATENT SADLERY &c. SOLD CHEAP, DH 345, tone spot on reverse, EF, Lyceum undated, Obverse: A man balancing himself upon his head upon the point of a sword, SINGING DANCING TUMBLING SLACK WIRE &c. Exergue: EVERY EVENING, Reverse: Mercury standing on a galloping horse THE FIRST EQUESTN. PERFORMANCE . IN . EUROPE, Exergue: LYCEUM STRAND LONDON, Edge: Milled to left, DH362f, EF with traces of lustre, Richardson's 1795 Obverse: A figure of Fortune standing between two lottery wheels, NOTHING VENTURE NOTHING HAVE. Reverse: AT THE OFFICES OF RICHARDSON GOODLUCK & Co No.12807 THE LAST PRIZE OF £30,000 SHARED WAS SOLD IN SIXTEENTHS, DH467 EF with a trace of lustre and some small spots, Richardson's 1795 Obverse: A bluecoat boy preparing to draw from a lottery wheel NOTHING VENTURE NOTHING HAVE, Exergue: A cornucopia of money divides the date, Reverse: RICHARDSON GOODLUCK & Co No.12807 THE LAST PRIZE OF £30,000 SHARED WAS SOLD IN SIXTEENTHS, DH471, GVF, Shackleton's 1794 Obverse: The Royal Arms and crest FRANCIS SHACKLETON LONDON, Reverse: A candle mould FINE MOULD AND STORE CANDLES, date below, Edge: PAYABLE IN SUFFOLK STREET HAY MARKET, DH477, GVF/NEF with traces of lustre, Whitfield's 1795 Obverse: Bust left LONG LIVE THE KING, Reverse: a cypher I M & Co, date below, DH911b, VF with some verdigris, National Series 1793 Obverse: Conjoined busts right, LOUIS . XVI ET M . ANTOINETTE . ROI ET REINE DE FRANCE, Reverse: MURd. BY / THE FACTIOUS / LOUIS . XVI . JAN 21. / M: ANTOINETTE / OCT . 16 ./1793 in six lines, Edge: Plain (not in collar), DH995a, flan crack on edge at 3 o'clock, GVF
£130

Auction 179
Tokens (7) , , Obverse: Bust left, IOHN. HOWARD. F.R.S. HALFPENNY, Reverse: Reverse: A female seated, instructing a boy with a key to unlock the prison doors, GO FORTH radiated, REMEMBER THE DEBTORS IN ILCHESTER GOAL, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH35a, on a larger 30.5mm diameter flan, Good Fine, Bath, undated, Obverse: Bust left IOHN HOWARD F.R.S. HALFPENNY, Reverse: A female seated, instructing a boy with a key to unlock the prison doors, GO FORTH radiated, REMEMBER THE DEBTORS IN GOAL, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH36c, GVF with a thin scratch on the reverse, Bath 1795 Obverse: Bust of Bladud left, BLADUD FOUNDER OF BATH . SUCCESS TO THE BATH WATERS, Reverse: A public building WEST FRONT OF NEW PUMP ROOM BATH, Exergue: HEATH 1795 IRONMONGER &c. in three lines, Milled edge, DH40, EF, Bath 1794 Obverse: A Camel TEAS COFFEE SPICES & SUGARS Exergue: A pentagonal star, Reverse: View of India House within a circle, date below, M. LAMBE & SONS TEA DEALERS AND GROCERS BATH, DH50, GVF, Bridgewater 1794 Obverse: Front view of a house I. HOLLOWAY AND SON DRAPERS &c. POST OFFICE Exergue: 1794, Reverse: Part of a castle and a bridge B. WATER HALFPENNY . FOR CHANGE NOT FRAUD, Edge: ON DEMAND WE PROMISE TO PAY, NEF, undated, Obverse: Arms of Bristol within a circle, PROSPERITY TO THE CITY OF BRISTOL, Reverse: A Figure of Galen, I. CHESTER. DRUGGIST AND CHYMIST, , DH90, EF/NEF toned, scarce, Bristol Obverse: A large bale marked N H B No1 Leopard above GENERAL COMMISSION & PUBLIC SALE ROOM BRIDGE STREET BRISTOL, Large S in BRISTOL, Reverse: Figure of Justice standing, PAYABLE AT NIBLOCK & HUNTER'S DH101, GVF
£130

Auction 179
Tokens (8) 1794 Obverse: Side view of Canterbury cathedral, CANTERBURY TOKEN below, Reverse: Shield of Arms of Canterbury, Edge: PAYABLE AT JAMES ROBERTSON'S, DH7, EF with traces of lustre and a few small spots, Deptford 1795 Obverse: The Kentish Men meeting William the Conqueror, Reverse: The stern of the Royal George, with KENT HALFPENNY date and TDH below, Edge: PAYABLE AT THO'S HAYCRAFTS DEPTFORD, DH13, NEF with traces of lustre, 1794 Obverse: Bust of William Pitt, right, THE.R.HON. W.PITT. LORD WARDEN CINQUE PORTS, Reverse: The Arms of Dover, Edge: AT HORN'S LIBRARY, DH16, GVF/NEF, 1794 Obverse: An ancient sloop PAYABLE AT FEVERSHAM, Reverse: Shield of Arms of the Cinque Ports CINQUE PORTS HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT IOHN CROWSS COPPER SMITH, DH20, GVF, Goudhurst 1794 Obverse: The Kentish Horse, KENT HALFPENNY TOKEN, Reverse: Reverse: Shield of Arms of the city of Canterbury, Edge: PAYABLE BY W.MYN'S GOUDHURST, DH29, About VF, Rare, 1795 Obverse: Shield of Arms and supporters of the borough of Maidstone, Reverse: Figure of Justice standing, THE SPRING OF FREEDOM ENGLANDS BLESSING, Edge: PAYABLE BY HENRY OLIVER'S, DH36, NEF with a thin scratch on the obverse and an old inked number on the reverse, Maidstone 1795 Shield of Arms and supporters of the borough of Maidstone, MAIDSTONE above, HALFPENNY below, Reverse: View of a paper mill, PAYABLE BY J. SMYTH AT PADSOLE PAPER MILL, Edge: Milled, DH37, NEF/EF, Tenterden 1796 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the Brewer's Company, TENTERDEN HALFPENNY 1796, Reverse: A horse and dray, and part of a brewhouse, in exergue: TO CHEER OUR HEARTS, Edge: PAYABLE AT T CLOAKES BREW HOUSE, DH42, Near EF
£120

Auction 179
Tokens (8) Chelsea 1795 Obverse: A sailor with a wooden leg presenting a petition to Britannia CHELSEA, Exergue: HALFPENNY, Reverse: A figure of Hope leaning on an anchor, THE SUPPOTY OF OUR ENDEAVOURs. Milled edge, DH277, GVF with some dirt in the devices, Dennis' 1795 Obverse: A wheatsheaf, BAKERS HALFPENNY 1795, Reverse: TO LESSEN / THE SLAVERY OF / SUNDAY BAKING / AND PROVIDE FOR / PUBLIC WANTS / AN ACT WAS / PASSED / AD.1794, DH297d, EF, Skidmore's 1795 Obverse: A register stove No.123 HIGH HOLBORN LONDON around, within a circle, PAYABLE AT SKIDMORES FURNISHING REPOSITORY, Reverse: Two men at a forge, MANUFACTORY & IRON-FOUNDRY . CLERKENWELL, date in exergue, DH480, GVF with faint number scratched on the obverse, Lyceum , Obverse: A man balancing himself upon his head upon the point of a sword, SINGING DANCING TUMBLING SLACK WIRE &c. Exergue: EVERY EVENING, Reverse: Mercury standing on a galloping horse THE FIRST EQUESTN. PERFORMANCE . IN . EUROPE, Exergue: LYCEUM STRAND LONDON, Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON BATH OR MANCHESTER, DH362a, EF the obverse dull, the reverse with traces of lustre, Ibberson's undated, Obverse: St. George killing the Dragon, crest: a boar, HOLBORN LONDON, Exergue: C.JBBERSON, Reverse: MAIL & / POST COASHES / TO ALL PARTS OF / ENGLAND in four lines, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE GEORGE & BLUE BOAR LONDON, NEF/EF, Whitfield's 1795 Obverse: Bust left, LONG LIVE THE KING, Reverse: a cypher I M & Co, date below, , DH911b, VF, National Series Obverse: Bust right, GEORGE PRINCE OF WALES, Reverse: The Prince of 's crest, INDUSTRY IS THE PARENT OF SUCCESS ,Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON, DH962a, GEF with traces of lustre, the reverse with some spots, , 1793 Obverse: Bust left ISAAC NEWTON, Reverse: A caduceus, olive branch and cornucopia, HALFPENNY 1793, DH1033, Engrailed edge GVF/VF
£120

Auction 179
Tokens (8) Davidson's 1795 Obverse: A female seated holding a sword, and a shield bearing the Arms of , a distant view of St. Paul's SISE LANE HALFPENNY, Reverse: A upon a triangle, held by two hands, Br. CONSTITUTION radiated in the centre KING . LORDS . COMMONS, Cross touches IN of KING, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF T&R DAVIDSON'S, DH295, EF with traces of lustre, Foundling Fields 1795 Obverse: A lamb within a circle FOUNDLING FIELDS 1795, Reverse: Cypher IB within a circle, PAYABLE ON DEMAND, stop after DEMAND obscured by die flaw, as normal with this issue, milled edge, DH305, NEF, Fowler's 1794 Obverse: Head of Neptune with trident, HALFPENNY, Reverse: Whale fishery, PAYABLE AT L. FOWLERs LONDON, Exergue WHALE FISHERY 1794, DH306, GVF or better, Guest's 1795 Obverse: Royal Arm's supporters and crest GUESTS PATENT BOOTS AND SHOES Reverse: A boot, a shoe and a ladies slipper No.9 SURRY ST. BLACK FRIARS . ROAD HALFPENNY 1795. Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON, DH308 NEF with traces of lustre, the obverse with some verdigris, Neeton's 1795 Obverse: A Saracen's head EDWARD . NEETON. ST. MARY LE BONE, Reverse: A puncheon, WINE * RUM * AND * BRANDY * VAULTS * 1795, DH390, NEF, Shackleton's 1794 Obverse: The Royal Arms and crest FRANCIS SHACKLETON LONDON, Reverse: A candle mould FINE MOULD AND STORE CANDLES, date below, Edge: PAYABLE IN SUFFOLK STREET HAY MARKET, DH477, NEF with traces of lustre, Richardson's 1795 Obverse: A figure of Fortune standing between two lottery wheels, NOTHING VENTURE NOTHING HAVE. Reverse: AT THE OFFICES OF RICHARDSON GOODLUCK & Co, larger lettering on second line, No.12807 THE LAST PRIZE OF £30,000 SHARED WAS SOLD IN SIXTEENTHS, , DH467, GVF, Richardson's 1795 Obverse: A figure of Fortune standing between two lottery wheels, NOTHING VENTURE NOTHING HAVE. Reverse: AT THE OFFICES OF RICHARDSON GOODLUCK & Co, smaller lettering on second line, No.12807 THE LAST PRIZE OF £30,000 SHARED WAS SOLD IN SIXTEENTHS, Plain edge, DH468 GVF with some spots in the legend
£120

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Tokens (8) Eaton's 1795 Obverse: Bust left with FRANGAS NON FLECTES on a ribbon under. D. I. EATON THREE TIMES ACQITTED OF SEDITION. Reverse: A cock c over pigs in a sty. PRINTER TO THE MAJESTY OF THE PEOPLE . LONDON . 1795, Milled Edge, DH301, EF with lustre, Bebbington's , Obverse: Laureate bust to right, LONDON & MIDDLESEX . HALFPENNY. Reverse: The Prince of 's crest on a shield, under an umbrella, FOR . CHANGE . NO . FRAUD . JOHN . BEBBINGTON. DH254, GVF/NEF with traces of lustre, Corresponding Society 1795 The fable of the bundle of sticks, LONDON CORRESPONDING SOCIETY, Reverse: A dove flying with an olive branch, UNITED FOR A REFORM OF PARLIAMENT, Edge: PAYABLE AT DUBLIN CORK OR BELFAST, DH286b, GVF or better, Corresponding Society 1795 Obverse: Two hands d, MAY SLAVERY & OPPRESSION CEASE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, Reverse: A dove flying with an olive branch, UNITED FOR A REFORM OF PARLIAMENT, Edge: AN ASYLUM FOR THE OPPRESS.D OF ALL NATIONS, DH289e, Hendon 1794 Obverse: View of a HENDON . VALUE . ONE HALFPENNY, date in exergue, Reverse: A greyhound I PROMISE TO PAY ON DEMAND Exergue: B PRICE, DH324 NEF with some contact marks and hairlines, Spittle's 1795 Obverse: View of St. Paul's LONDON AND BRIGHTON HALFPENNY, Reverse: Shield of Arms, PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF I.SPITTLE LONDON OR I.KIRBY OR R. LASHMAR BRIGHTON 1795, DH902, , EF, National Series 1795 Obverse: Bust three-quarters left, PRINCESS OF WALES, Reverse: The Prince of Wales's crest above a portcullis, Milled edge, DH977 NEF, National Series undated, Obverse: Bust left DUKE OF YORK, Reverse: female figure standing, GOD SEND PEACE DH984 GVF with traces of old cleaning
£120

Auction 179
Tokens (7) 1794 Obverse: View of a castle and bridge with shrubs, NORWICH CASTLE, Reverse: A fleece; GOOD TIMES WILL COME MDCCXCIV. Edge: RICHARD BACON COCKEY LANE, DH12, EF with some darker toning in places, Norwich, , Obverse: A bottle; MORE TRADE AND FEWER TAXES, Reverse: Figure of Hope standing, arm points to Y, PROSPERITY TO OLD ENGLAND, Edge: RICHARD DINMORE & SON NORWICH, DH23, EF/NEF with traces of lustre, Norwich, undated, Obverse: A bottle; MORE TRADE AND FEWER TAXES, Reverse: Figure of Hope standing, arm points to Y, PROSPERITY TO OLD ENGLAND, Edge: Plain (not in collar) DH24C, EF toned, Norwich 1792 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the city of Norwich, date 1792 around, Reverse: A man working in a loom, Edge: IOHN HARVEY OF NORWICH, DH38, NEF, Norwich 1792 Obverse: Shield of Arms, emblazoned gules, Reverse: A man working in a loom, Edge: IOHN HARVEY OF NORWICH, DH45, GVF, Norwich 1793 Obverse: A mounted dragoon PRO REGE ET PATRIA, cockade of hat points between E and T of ET, Reverse: View of the barracks, NORWICH BARRACKS 1793 on a label above, Edge: Plain (not in collar) DH46a, NEF/GVF, Norwich 1793 Obverse: A mounted dragoon PRO REGE ET PATRIA, cockade of hat points to T of ET, Reverse: View of the barracks, NORWICH BARRACKS 1793 on a label above, Edge: Plain (not in collar) DH47a GVF/NEF
£120

Auction 179
Tokens (7) 1794 Obverse: View of a castle and bridge with shrubs, NORWICH CASTLE, Reverse: A fleece; GOOD TIMES WILL COME MDCCXCIV. Edge: RICHARD BACON COCKEY LANE, DH13, GEF lacquered, Norwich 1793 Obverse: A straight stocking and glove, a knife and fork crossed, R.CAMPIN . HABERDASHER with cross stops, Exergue: GOAT . LANE NORWICH, Reverse: female seated between an anchor and a globe, a crowned lion lying at her feet, Edge: CURRENT EVERY WHERE, DH20, GVF with a tone spot on the reverse, Norwich, , Obverse : a bottle MORE TRADE AND FEWER TAXES, Reverse: Figure of Hope standing, arm points to T, PROSPERITY TO OLD ENGLAND, Edge: Plain (not in collar) DH23B , Norwich, undated, Obverse : a bottle MORE TRADE AND FEWER TAXES, Reverse: Figure of Hope standing, arm points to Y, PROSPERITY TO OLD ENGLAND, Edge: PAYABLE IN LONDON BRISTOL AND LANCASTER DH24a, NEF/GVF with traces of lustre, scarce, Norwich Obverse: 1792 Obverse: Shield of Arms, emblazoned gules, Reverse: A man working in a loom, Edge: IOHN HARVEY OF NORWICH, DH45, EF, Norwich Obverse: A mounted dragoon PRO REGE ET PATRIA, cockade of hat points between E and T of ET, Exergue: QUEENS BAYS, Reverse: View of the barracks, NORWICH BARRACKS 1793 on a label above, Edge: Plain (not in collar) DH46a, NEF, Norwich 1793 Obverse: A mounted dragoon PRO REGE ET PATRIA, cockade of hat points to T of ET, Exergue: QUEENS BAYS, Reverse: View of the barracks, NORWICH BARRACKS 1793 on a label above, Edge: PAYABLE AT IOHN ROOKS NORWICH, DH47, NEF with a few light surface marks
£120

Auction 179
Tokens (8) (3) 1794 Obverse: A building SHIRE HALL, Reverse: A crown and KING AND CONSTITUTION, Edge: PAYABLE AT CLACHAR & Co CHELMSFORD ESSEX, DH5, 1794 DH10 Obverse: A view of Colchester castle, castle extends to the edge, Reverse: A loom SUCESS TO THE BAY TRADE, Edge: PAYABLE AT CHARLES HEATHS BAY MAKER COLCHESTER, DH10, EF, DH33, Horn , Obverse bust of Edward IV right, crowned, holding sceptre, EDWARD IV. GRANTED THE CHARTER A.D.1465. Reverse: a castle within a shield, DH33, NEF, - Cambridge 1795 Obverse: A beehive and bees, INDUSTRY HAS ITS SURE REWARD, Reverse: A druid's head 1795 below, Edge: CAMBRIDGE BEDFORD AND HUNTINGDON DH12 Near EF, (3) Appledore 1794 Obverse: Man carrying sack to windmill THE UNION OF APPLEDORE KENT /Reverse: Lion and lamb lying together in standing corn, PEACE INNOCENCE AND PLENTY, Edge: PAYABLE AT W.PECKHAM'S APPLEDORE, DH3, GVF, Benenden 1794 Obverse: A wheatsheaf PEACE AND PLENTY, Reverse: Shield of Arms BENENDEN HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE BY THOMAS REEVES BENENDEN, DH4, GVF, 1794 Obverse: Bust of William Pitt, right, THE.R.HON. W.PITT. LORD WARDEN CINQUE PORTS, Reverse: The Arms of Dover, CINQUE PORTS TOKEN PAYABLE AT DOVER Edge: AT HORN'S LIBRARY, DH16, NEF, - 1794 Obverse: A figure of Britannia with a small lion below, SUCCESS TO THE COMMERCE OF BRITAIN, Reverse; A cypher T I in a shield, between sprigs of flowers, crest a demi-lion, Edge: PAYABLE AT T. IENNINGSS SPALDING & HOLBEACH, DH5, GVF
£110

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Tokens - (2) 1792 Obverse: Bust left ROBERT BIRD WILKINS, Reverse: An ancient ship ISLE OF WIGHT HALFPENNY 1792, Edge : PAYABLE AT HIS OFFICE NEWPORT, DH46 EF, West Cowes 1798 Obverse: Draped Bust of Charles James Fox, facing, three-quarters left, WEST COWES HALFPENNY 1798, Reverse: Arms of the town, no legend, Edge: PAYABLE AT THOs. AYRTON & Co. DH94 VF or better
£110 London Coins : A179 : Lot 790 : Halfpennies 18th Century Hampshire - Isle of Wight (2) Newport 1792 Obverse: Bust left ROBERT BIRD W... London Coins : A179 : Lot 790 : Halfpennies 18th Century Hampshire - Isle of Wight (2) Newport 1792 Obverse: Bust left ROBERT BIRD W...

Auction 179
Tokens (6) Street 1795, Obverse: A filtering stone FOR PURIFYING WATER, date 1795 in exergue, Reverse: THE FILTERING STONE WAREHOUSE * COVENTRY STREET LONDON. DH292 NEF/GVF, Political and Social Series - Handel 1791 Obverse: Bust left, G.F. HANDEL In KNOW THAT MY REDEEMER LIVETH, Reverse: BENEVOLENT CHORAL FUND INSTITUTED 1791 FOR IT'S DECAY'D AND WIDOWED ORPHANS, DH1023, EF with traces of lustre and a few small spots, Political and Social Series - Hardy 1794 Obverse: Bust to left TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON Exergue: T.HARDY 1794, Reverse: ACQUITTED / BY HIS / JURY / COUNSEL / HON. T. ERSKINE / V.GIBBS ESQr. In six lines, DH1025, GVF, Political and Social Series - Hardy 1794 Obverse: Bust to left TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON Exergue: T.HARDY 1794, Reverse: ACQUITTED / BY HIS / JURY COUNSEL / HON. T. ERSKINE / V.GIBBS ESQr. In five lines, DH1027 VF, Political and Social Series - Tooke 1794 Obverse: Full face bust, IOHN HORNE TOOKE ESQr. Reverse: The names of the jury in a square, Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON LIVERPOOL OR BRISTOL, DH1044a, GVF, Political and Social Series - Tooke 1794 Obverse: Bust right, TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON, Exergue: J.H.TOOKE ESQr., Reverse: ACQUITTED / BY HIS JURY / COUNSEL / HON. T. ERSKINE / V.GIBBS ESQr. in five lines, , DH1045a, NEF
£110

Auction 179
Tokens (7) Lanarkshire - 1791 Obverse: The Arms of Glasgow LET GLASGOW FLOURISH, Reverse: a river god reclining on an urn, inscribed CLYDE, from which water is flowing, NUNQUAM ARESCERE Exergue: MDCCXCI initials, Edge: PAYABLE IN LONDON, the remainder of the edge engrailed, NEF with traces of lustre, shire - Perth Obverse: A man dragging a fishing net to the shore, even slope behind, a boat lying on the beach RETE TRAHITO FAUSTE, Exergue: WRIGHT JUNr. DES, Reverse: A bridge and distant view of hills PERTH HALFPENNY, Exergue: TAY-BRIDGE FINISHED 1770. and Arms of Perth in a sunken circle with motto PRO REGE LEGE ET GREGE, Edge: PAYABLE ON DEMAND BY JOHN FERRIER, DH3, VF, (5) 1796 Obverse: A flower spray in a shield, BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES, Reverse: a buck's head, LET BRITAIN FLOURISH, DH2, VF, Edinburgh 1797 Obverse: View of a public building, EDINBURGH HALFPENNY 1797 with NEW UNIVERSITY and PAYe BY ANDERSON LESLIE & Co below, Reverse: A gardener holding a spade in one hand and a shrub in the other, NEU SEGNES JACEANT TERRAE, ETIAM MONTES CONSERERE JUVAT, Edge: Plain, DH7, VF/GVF, Edinburgh 1796 Harrison's, Obverse: A cypher H H with a small ornament at top and bottom, Reverse: An anchor dividing the date H.HARRISON ST. LEONARDS EDIN. DH20, GVF, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, flag on lookout of fort, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, Near VF, DH58, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat sailing by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, no flag on lookout of fort, three cannons in place of the arches, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, less distinct, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH59 NVF
£110

Auction 179
Tokens Pennies, and s (10) comprising Penny Angusshire - 1797 DH5 NVF, Halfpennies (8) - Leighton Buzzard 1794 DH3c Near EF with traces of lustre, (2) Emsworth 1793 Ship reverse, John Stride edge, DH9 VF, - St.Bevois 1791 DH89 GVF, - Leek 1793 Caduceus/Two Hands d DH10, VF, Angusshire - Dundee 1797 Dundee Castle DH18 VF, - 1794 Place Norwich DH19 Good Fine, - George Prince of 1794 edge: Brighton Camp DH2 Fine, 1792 DH928 Upright coarse milling Fine, Farthing - 1795 Tea Chest/Monogram DH112 Good Fine, along with Farthings (2) Newbury 1657 W.51 and 1657 W.54 Near Fine to Fine
£65

Auction 179
Tokens (20) VG to Fine £42

Auction 179
Tokens (6) 1789 DH13, Good Fine, , , Sleaford - , DH3b, (rounded) NVF, - Coalbrookdale 1792 DH14 Good Fine, - Brimscombe Port 1795 Thames and Severn Canal DH60 VF, 1795 Moores, DH389a with fine milled edge, Fine, - Emsworth 1795 Earl Howe/Rule Britannia DH21 Fine, (3) 1814 John Featherstone Fine/Near Fine with many surface marks, scarce, , undated, Robert Blake Fine, 1811 and South , Fine
£28

Auction 178
Tokens 1669 Joseph Jewell W.407 VG with all details clear, (3) - Emsworth 1795 Earl Howe/Ship left, DH30 NVF, - National Series 1795 Princess of /Portcullis and Prince of Wales' crest DH977 Near VF, - 1792 Hutchison's with , possibly a contemporary counterfeit, Fine, along with Charles I Royal Peck 145 mintmark Large Crescent, Fine with some surface dirt, along with a further group of detector finds (7) comprising Farthings Charles I (6) various types in low grades includes Rose and Royal types, and a Spanish American in low grade
£65

Auction 177
Tokens (39) a wide variety, mostly VF some pleasing along with s 17th and 18th centuries (3) VG-VF
£280

Auction 177
Tokens (36) a wide variety, from circulation generally collectable F - VF along with 18th Century s (7) F-VF
£240

Auction 177
Tokens and s (7) comprising - Appledore 1794 Edge: Payable at W.Peckham's, Appledore DH3 NVF, Farthings (6) - 1798 Monk's Tower DH11 Good Fine/Fine, Renfrewshire - Greenock , J.Coates & Son, DH4 VG, Not Local Obverse: TEA DEALERS & GROCERS, Reverse: WINES & FOREIGN SPIRITS DH8 VG pitted. 1792 St.Andrew in collar DH66B NVF, North Obverse: Laureate head PRO BONO PUBLICO, Reverse: Plume on shield DH27A (2) the first Fine with some scratches, the second NVF
£50

Auction 176
Tokens (10) includes , , , and types, (8 are different) all around VF
£100

Auction 176
Tokens (15) includes , , , , , and issues, Fine to VF, along with s (2) Davis 57 VG, Bristol 1811 August 12 VG with some worn areas
£80

Auction 176
Tokens (11) comprising (5) 1793 Isaac DH1033 VF, 1795 Davidson's - Sise Lane DH294 VF, , George Prince of DH952a, VF/GVF, Political and Social series 1794 - J.H.Tooke, DH1045a, VF, undated - Kellys Light Harness, Milled edge DH345e VF, (3) , Reverse: An Eagle with wings expanded DH31 VF, Norwich 1792 Obverse: The Arms of Norwich DH14, VF, Norwich 1792 Obverse: The Arms of Norwich, no stop after FLOURISH DH16 VF, (3) 1792 Reverse: Man in loom DH144VF with an edge bruise, 1793 Reverse: bale mark DH131 VF, 179*4 DH43e VF
£70

Auction 176
Tokens (10) - 1792 DH143 VG/Near Fine, - 1790 DH20 Fine, - 1793 Engrailed edge DH56 Good Fine, Lancashire - 1791 Straight 1's in date DH71 Fine, Lanarkshire - 1791 Reverse: A River God reclining, , Glasgow & Dumfries edge DH3 Fine, - 1795 Bladud/New Pump Room, Bath DH40 Good Fine, - 1795 Princess of DH979 Fine, Cheshire - Macclesfield 1792 Contemporary Counterfeit with PAYABLE AT LONDON OR ANGLESEY edge DH72a Good Fine, Cheshire - Macclesfield 1791 DH28 Fine, - Paris Miners 1791 Acorns count not clear Edge: PAYABLE AT CRONEBANE OR IN DUBLIN VG
£55 London Coins : A176 : Lot 712 : Halfpennies 18th Century (10) Lancashire - Rochdale 1792 DH143 VG/Near Fine, Cheshire - Macclesfield... London Coins : A176 : Lot 712 : Halfpennies 18th Century (10) Lancashire - Rochdale 1792 DH143 VG/Near Fine, Cheshire - Macclesfield...

Auction 176
Tokens (7) - 1789 Top right Bee is under the F, right-most Bee is under the I, DH13 Good Fine, Cheshire - Macclesfield 1790 DH22 Fine/Good Fine, Cheshire - Macclesfield 1792 Contemporary Counterfeit with PAYABLE AT LONDON BRISTOL AND LIVERPOOL edge DH72c NVF, Cheshire - Macclesfield 1791 DH47 Fine, - 1795 Fred, Duke of DH985 Good Fine, - 1794 DH57 NVF, - 1794 Edge: PAYABLE AT I.IOHNSON'S SPALDING & HOLBEACH DH6a Fine, scarce
£55 London Coins : A176 : Lot 718 : Halfpennies 18th Century (7) Cheshire - Macclesfield 1789 Top right Bee is under the F, right-most B... London Coins : A176 : Lot 718 : Halfpennies 18th Century (7) Cheshire - Macclesfield 1789 Top right Bee is under the F, right-most B...

Auction 176
Tokens (8) includes issues from , , , and Angusshire, all different, in mixed grades Fine to VF
£50

Auction 176
Tokens (12) includes , , , and types, About Fine to NVF, one with a counterstamp
£46

Auction 176
Tokens (6) - Petersfield 1793 DH47 NVF, - Coalbrook Dale 1789 Obverse: View of a bridge with a vessel under it. Reverse legend with stop after KETLEY DH12 Good Fine/NVF, - 1790 DH21 NVF, Cheshire - Macclesfield 1791 DH45 NVF/VF, - Paris Miners 1791 26 Acorns in wreath, Edge: PAYABLE AT CRONEBANE OR IN DUBLIN edge DH436a Fine/Good Fine,. - 1795 Bladud/New Pump Room, Bath DH40 Good Fine
£42 London Coins : A176 : Lot 716 : Halfpennies 18th Century (6) Hampshire - Petersfield 1793 DH47 NVF, Shropshire - Coalbrook Dale 1789... London Coins : A176 : Lot 716 : Halfpennies 18th Century (6) Hampshire - Petersfield 1793 DH47 NVF, Shropshire - Coalbrook Dale 1789...

Auction 176
Tokens 1787 Thick Wreath, curved 1 and 7's GVF cleaned, 18th Century (3) 1795 - York DH63 VF, - 1791 John of Gaunt DH9 Fine, Wicklow - Cronebane 1789 DH9 Fine, Penny 1811 B B & Co. NVF, and British Guyana One 1838 KM#Tn1 Fine
£20

Auction 175
Tokens Tokens, Medals, Model /Toy Money and Paranumismatic, includes (33) Fine to VF, includes a North 1793 VF, Pennies (3) 1811 Fine, 1812 Cheltenham - John Bishop, Fine, 1812 Lead Works VG, 19th Century Halfpennies (4) Isle of Man 1831 VG, Non-Local (2) 1813 Marquis VG, 1812 Bust right in continuous wreath VG, 1811 and Rose Company VG, 18th Century s (2) North Wales 1793 NVF, Isaac 1793 Fine, Model/Toy Money (4) Lauer and Moore types Good Fine to GVF, s (3) 1818 Death of Queen in VG holed, 1821 Death of Queen Caroline Fine, holed, Lord Rodney/Formadable , Ship Reverse, Tokens (14) To Hanover, Guinea and types in mixed grades, Coin Weight George III Guinea Crowned large cartouche with A GUINEA within GR either side of the crown VF, Medal 1897 Queen Victoria Fine, Co-op Tokens (42) a mixture of types and shapes, in mixed grades, Medals and medalets (13) Late 19th Century and , a mix of types in mixed grades, and One a Branston Pickle promotional pack 1983 One Pound 1983 UNC and Penny 1935 Fine, Medal 1977 Pobjoy Mint Priority Collectors Register UNC on the card of issue, Medalet 1969 Investiture of the Prince of Wales 22mm diameter in bronze Lustrous UNC
£140

Auction 175
Tokens - (2) 1792 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the City of Norwich, Reverse: Man working a loom, the loop forms a very irregular curve DH40 (2) the first on a thinner flan, 9.74 grammes, GEF and prooflike the reverse with a tone spot, the second 11.23 grammes, EF with traces of lustre, the reverse with a small tone spot
£90 London Coins : A175 : Lot 754 : 18th Century Halfpennies Norfolk - Norwich (2) 1792 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the City of Norwich, ... London Coins : A175 : Lot 754 : 18th Century Halfpennies Norfolk - Norwich (2) 1792 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the City of Norwich, ...

Auction 174
Tokens (26) North 1793 Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON OR ANGLESEY DH6a, Good Fine/Near Fine, scarce, 1788 25 Acorns Good Fine, (4) 1793 Godiva/ DH244 Fine, Coventry Godiva/Ancient Cross date worn. otherwise Fine, Wilkinson 1793 DH397 Edge: PAYABLE BY THOMAS BALL SLEAFORD Fine, 1791 Wilkinson Near Fine, the reverse worn in places, so exact attribution not possible, - (5) 1789 Obverse: Beehive and cypher DH10 Fine, 1789 Obverse : Beehive and cypher DH12 Good Fine, 1790 DH22 Fine/Good Fine, 1791 DH30 Fine, 1791 DH41 About Fine, (5) 1792 DH21 Near Fine, 1794 DH41 Fine, DH144 Fine, (2) 1791 DH66, Good Fine, some corrosion, 1791 DH71 Near Fine, REMEMBER THE DEBTORS IN ILCHESTER GOAL (GOAL a mis-spelling of GAOL) DH35 Good Fine, (2) George Prince of Wales, Edge: BRIGHTON CAMP HALFPENNY MDCCXCIV DH952 Good Fine, Lackington's 1795 Edge: PAYABLE AT THE TEMPLE OF THE MUSES DH357 NVF, (2) Go 1794 DH41 VG, Emsworth 1794 Earl Howe/Britannia DH13 Fine, John Howard 1794 Fair, 1790 DH24 Fine with poor surfaces, Ireland - Wicklow Cronebane Fair, Pennies (3) and Neath - Co. 1811 Fine, Canada Lower Canada Penny 1837 Fine, the third very worn, 1812 British Naval Halfpenny Nelson/Ship, Fine, 18th Century North Wales 1793 DH18 Fine, Unofficial Isaac Earlysman - J.Sparrow, Ironmongers , undated issue (1825) About Fine, Francois de Salignac de la Mothe-Fenelon Death 1715 28mm diameter in copper EF, Spain 8 Maravedis 1848 Fine, and Byzantine 29mm diameter with worn design, Fair, all housed in a Lindner Tray
£120

Auction 174
Tokens (6) (3) Corresponding Society 1795 The Fable of the bundle of sticks, Reverse: A Dove flying with an olive branch, milled edge, DH286 NVF, Kilvington's 1795 Obverse: Laureate Bust left, Reverse: Figure of Britannia seated left, engrailed edge, DH346 Near VF, Richardson's DH471 Obverse: A Bluecoat boy preparing to draw from a lottery wheel, Reverse: Richardson Goodluck & Co. GVF holed, - Newent 1796 Obverse: A shield against a tree/ Reverse: a spiral inscription with date in the centre, DH64 VF, - 1792 Obverse : Shield of Arms of Norwich/ Reverse: Man in loom DH38 VF, - 1794 Obverse: Bust of John Howard left, Reverse: The Sun and Moon over a castle DH19 VF, along with s (7) The Venerable Order of the Druids 53mm diameter in white metal NVF holed with some edge knocks, Sunday School Centenary, 1885 Thomas Charles of Bala 44mm diameter in white metal Obverse: Bust almost facing, draped Eimer 1713 Reverse: 8-line inscription in Welsh Eimer 1713 NEF holed, Reform Bill 1832 44mm diameter in by D.Gibson, Obverse: REFORM IN THE REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE IN THE COMMONS HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT 1832 within a wreath with the shield of below, Reverse: Britannia with shield holding a spear alongside a crowned scroll inscribed THE FOUNDATION IS LAID BY JUSTICE, LET THE SUPERSTRUCTURE BR RAISED BY WISDOM AND HAPPINESS MUST BE THE RESULT, GVF, issued at the Bishopgate Ward Reform Dinner September 1832, Francis Henry Egerton (c.1850) 41mm diameter in bronze by F.Donadion , Obverse: Bust Right no legend, Reverse: FRANCIS HENRY EGERTON, EARL OF BRIDGEWATER VF, Lloyd's Medal 1839 a cast of the reverse of the 1839 medal (reverse type as Eimer 1333) 72 mm diameter by W.Wyon GVF, The Capture of the HMS Seripas by the USS Bonhomme Richard a uniface bronze cliché, VF cleaned, Murder of Sir Edmundbury Godfrey 1678 after G.Bower a later cast copy 38mm diameter, unsigned with , in (?) Fine
£28

Auction 173
Tokens (50) a wide variety, from circulation average VF, some pleasing £480

Auction 173
Tokens (41) a wide variety, from circulation generally collectable F - VF along with 18th Century s (7) F-VF
£280

Auction 173
Tokens (19) F-VF three with edge problems from Angusshire, , shire, , , , Lancs and Middx, 1797 damaged, all attributed on an enclosed list
£90 London Coins : A173 : Lot 1028 : Halfpennies 18th Century (19) F-VF three with edge problems from Angusshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridge... London Coins : A173 : Lot 1028 : Halfpennies 18th Century (19) F-VF three with edge problems from Angusshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridge...

Auction 172
Tokens (46) a wide variety, from circulation average VF £340

Auction 172
Tokens (43) a wide variety, from circulation generally collectable F - VF along with 18th Century s (6) F-VF
£280

Auction 172
Tokens (11) 1791 Paris Miners 24 Acorns DH438b GVF/VF, - Brimscombe Port 1795, Obv: Ship with plain sails, Reverse: Entrance to a tunnel, Edge: PAYABLE IN BRIMSCOMBE PORT, DH59 GVF, - Lackington's , Lyceum Theatre, Edge: PAYABLE IN LONDON BATH OR MANCHESTER, DH362a GVF with traces of lustre, Middlesex Political and Social series - Fox 1794 Obverse: Earl Howe Reverse Foot and map of France, Edge: CURRENT EVERY WHERE DH1016 Good Fine/Fine, - undated Obverse: a brandy bottle, Reverse: Figure of Hope standing, Arm points to T of PROSPERITY, , DH23b About VF, 1790 Obverse: , Reverse: Female seating holding mining tools, Edge: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR LONDON DH 327a About Fine, Warwickshire -1793 Wilkison spelling, Obverse: Bust of Wilkinson, Reverse: Vulcan seated, Edge PAYABLE AT ANGLESEY LONDON OR LIVERPOOL the N's reversed DH460a Fine, Norfolk - Norwich undated Obverse: Cornucopia, Peace and Plenty, Reverse: Figure of Hope standing, Plain edge, DH26e VG, Ireland - Wicklow, Cronebane 1789 DH3 Near Fine, - - , Hutchison's 1791 LACESSET error contemporary counterfeit DH38 NVF Rare, Scotland - Lanarkshire - 1791 Obverse: Arms of Glasgow, Reverse: A river God reclining, Edge: PAYABLE IN LONDON BRISTOL OR LANCASTER DH3c VF, 18th Century North 1793 Obverse: Bust right, Reverse: Prince of Wales crest Large Flan, Plain edge DH15a Near Fine/Fine, Penny Company 1812 Poor, Halfpennies 19th Century (7) - and Copper Company (5) 1811 Ship to left with boat at stern Davis 117 NVF, 1811 Ship sailing right/P of PENNY to centre of E of PAYABLE Davis 113 (2) both Fine, Ship sailing right/ P of PENNY aligns to the end of the L of PAYABLE Davis 111 (2) VF and GVF, Halfpennies (2) 1813 18 Acorns/Lion's Tail to the beginning of the first N Davis 41 About Fine, 1813 18 Acorns, Lion's Head touches the H Davis 39 VG, Canada (2) Lower Canada 1813 Britannia/Eagle VG, New Brunswick Penny 1843 KM#2 VG/Near Fine, Token undated by Kirk, Obv: George II Rev: GEORGE THE SECOND in three lines Fine, Advertising Token , , Hewett& Co Ltd. Iron Box 1870 VF, Penny North Shields - Bell Brothers Penny undated VF, along with a small group of GB and World coins (6) GB Halfpenny 1748 Near Fine/About Fine, British West Indies One 1822 KM#2 VG, Belgium Two Centimes 1845 KM#4.2 VG, Spain Five Centimos 1870 KM#662 Fair, German States - Kingdom of Prussia 1802A KM#376.2 VG, Roman Ae27 Poor/Fair
£170

Auction 172
Tokens (21) North 1793 Reverse: Harp 31 Acorns, 14 to left and 17 to right DH8 Fine, - Obv: A bottle, Reverse: Figure of Hope standing points to the letter Y in the legend DH24 Good Fine/Fine, - Northampton 1794 Obv: George Jobson, Banker, Rev: A Castle and Lion Good Fine with a spot on the obverse, - 1791 Paley's Obv: Bishop Blaze, with comb to centre of the E and to the end of the R, Rev: Shield of Arms crested by an owl, DH 46 Fine, - 1791 Obv: Helmeted bust right, Rev: Shield of Arms, Edge PAYABLE AT THE OFFICE OF W. TAYLOR R.V. MOODY LTD. DH89 NVF, - Banbury undated Obv: Bust three-quarters facing, Rev: The Sun, Edge: PAYABLE AT BANBURY OXFORD OR READING DH1 Good Fine, (2) - Wilkinson 1788 Curved 1, straight 7, with stop after R. DH375 Near Fine/Fine, 1792 Wilkinson's Contemporary Counterfeit Obv: Distinctive crude bust right, Edge: PAYABLE AT ANGLESEY LONDON OR LIVERPOOL DH453 Near Fine, (3) 1795 Allen's Obv: Shield of Arms, Rev: A different shield of Arms, Edge: PAYABLE IN CHANDO STREET COVENT GARDEN DH246 Good Fine, 1795 Lackington's Obv: Bust to right, Rev: Figure of Fame blowing a trumpet, Edge: Milled to left DH357a Fine, 1795 ic Obv: Bust right, Rev: Shield of Arms with supporters Edge: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR LONDON VG/Fine, (4) 1794 Obv: View of Canterbury Cathedral, Rev: Shield of Arms of the City, Edge: PAYABLE AT JAMES ROBERTSONS DH7 Good Fine, Canterbury 1795 Obv: View of the Cathedral with E.P cypher in exergue, Rev: Shield of Arms of the City, Edge: PAYABLE AT CANTERBURY DH8 Fine, 1794 Obv: An ancient sloop, Rev: Shield of Arms of the Cinque Ports Edge: PAYABLE AT JOHN CROWSS COPPER SMITH DH20 Fine, undated Obv: An ancient sloop, Rev: Shield of Arms of the Cinque Ports, Edge: PAYABLE AT THOMAS BUNDOCKS DH39 Fine, (6) 1791 Obv: , Rev: Shield of Arms DH11 Fine/Good Fine, Lancaster 1792 Obv: John of Gaunt with hexagonal star below the bust, Rev: Shield of Arms, Edge: PAYABLE IN LONDON BRISTOL & LANCASTER DH30 Good Fine/Fine, Lancaster 1794 Obv: John of Gaunt, with star under bust, Rev: Shield of Arms, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL DH41 Good Fine, Lancaster 1794 Obv: John of Gaunt, Rev: Shield of Arms Edge: PAYABLE AT W.GYE'S PRINTER BATH DH46a Good Fine, 1792 Edge: PAYABLE AT THE WARHOUSE OF THOMAS CLARKE DH96 Fine, 1793 Obv: A porter carrying a pack, Rev: Shield of Arms, Edge: Engrailed DH 135e Fine, - County 1795 Obv: Beehive and Bees, Reverse: A Druid's head, Edge: Milled DH 36 Fine
£120

Auction 172
Tokens (4) 1791 /Arms DH20 VF, Lancaster 1792 John of Gaunt/Arms, Plain rounded edge DH31a GVF, Lancaster 1794 John of Gaunt/Arms DH39 VF, 1793 Porter/Arms DH135 VF
£38 London Coins : A172 : Lot 723 : Halfpennies 18th Century Lancashire (4) Lancaster 1791 John of Gaunt/Arms DH20 VF, Lancaster 1792 Jo... London Coins : A172 : Lot 723 : Halfpennies 18th Century Lancashire (4) Lancaster 1791 John of Gaunt/Arms DH20 VF, Lancaster 1792 Jo...

Auction 171
Tokens Tokens an impressive in an album (149) includes (116), many rare pieces included with Low Hall 1797 DH1 A/UNC, believed to be only 200 minted, Very Rare. - 1795 Obverse: Stag lying under a tree, Reverse: Windsor 1795, Edge : SKIDMORE HOLBORN LONDON DH1a A/UNC with traces of lustre, very rare and desirable. - 1796 Crescent DH3 A/UNC and attractively toned. - Badminton 1796 DH32 Obverse: Ship, Reverse: Legend in 10 lines, GEF. - Abergavenny 1795 Obverse: A cask, JAMES POWELL IMPORTERS/ Reverse: J.POWELL/WINE & BRANDY/ MERCHANT/. ABERGAVENNY DH1 EF with a hint of lustre, scarce. - 1790 J.Spence Slop-seller DH15 UNC with hints of colourful tone, Very scarce, - County Obverse: COL. NOEL OF THE RUTLAND FENCIBLES etc. in 7 lines, Reverse: WHOSE EXAMPLE IN LIFE CONSISTS IN BEING BRAVE HUMANE, NOBLE & GENEROUS in 6 lines. DH1, GEF with traces of lustre, Very Rare and desirable. Gloucestershire - Brimscombe Port 1795 Obverse: A barge with plain sails, THAMES AND SEVERN CANAL, Reverse: The entrance into a tunnel, Edge: PAYABLE AT BRIMSCOMBE PORT, DH60, GEF with traces of lustre, Very Rare, - Aylesbury 1796 Obverse: William III/Reverse: A cap of Liberty on a pole, DH7 A/UNC toned, the obverse with usual weaker strike on the bust. USA/ Starry Pyramid Halfpenny, Lancashire DH59c, Breen 1156, edge reads LANCASTERLONDON (No space between) due to slipped collar, GVF, Rare. The vast majority of the tokens in the 18th Century group are EF, representing a wide spread of counties and types, the remaining group includes s , Farthings 18th Century, , shield-shaped, many of the 18th Century Halfpenny group in EF, the remaining group in mixed grades to GVF
£4,200 London Coins : A171 : Lot 1121 : Tokens an impressive collection in an album (149) includes Halfpennies 18th Century (116), many rare... London Coins : A171 : Lot 1121 : Tokens an impressive collection in an album (149) includes Halfpennies 18th Century (116), many rare...

Auction 171
Tokens (9) (2) Benenden 1794 Obv: Wheatsheaf/Rev. Shield of Arms, Edge: Thomas Reeves DH4 VF or better. Brookland 1794 Obv: A Kentish horse within a beaded oval/Rev: IK cypher and fleece, Edge: Thomas King, VF with some thin scratches on the reverse. - Stortford 1795 Obv: Shield of Arms, Crest and motto, Rev: View of a river with barges, Edge: Bishops Stortford (without '&Co.') DH4 VF/GVF. - 1794 Obv: I facing/Rev: View of Chichester Cross, Edge PAYABLE AT DALLYS CHICHESTER, DH15 NEF. - 1794 Obv: Daniel Eccleston/Rev: A ship, Edge: PAYABLE.IN.LANCASTER.LIVERPOOL.&.MANCHESTER DH57 About EF. - 1793 Obv: Lady Godiva on horseback/Rev: Elephant and castle, no stop at end of legend, tail with wider section in the middle, Edge: PAYABLE AT BIRMINGHAM LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH238 EF with a few spots. - 1793 Obv: A mounted dragoon/Rev: Norwich Barracks, Edge: IOHN ROOKS NORWICH, DH46 NVF with some spots. (2) Chelsea 1795 Obv: A Sailor with a wooden leg presents a petition to Britannia/ Rev: A figure of Hope leans on an anchor, Edge: Milled, DH277,EF with a few small spots. and Middlesex 1792 Obv: Bust of left/Rev: Female seated holding cornucopia, part of a ship in the distance, Edge: Coarse upright milling, DH928 NVF with a thin scratch on the obverse
£100

Auction 171
Tokens (13) and Pennies (2) all different, in mixed grades Near Fine to VF £85

Auction 171
Tokens Tokens a small group (9) 1787 Curved 7, 4 acorns at ribbon tie, 1 of date between N and Y of PENNY, Fine, Pennies 1811, - Cheltenham John Bishop 1812 VG, 18th Century (5) - , 1792 Robert Bird Wilkins DH46 Good Fine, Hampshire - 1794 Obverse: Shield of Arms/Reverse: A ship PAYABLE above DH70 NVF scarce, - 1793 Obverse: A porter carrying a pack/Reverse: Shield of Arms DH135a VF, - John Wilkinson 1791 No Stop after R, DH432 Fine, - Warley Camp - George Prince of 1794 DH36 Good Fine, along with a 'TO HANOVER token 1837 Good Fine
£80

Auction 170
Tokens Tokens (53) mostly in circulated grades
£320

Auction 170
Tokens (10) a high grade group, (9) 1795 Corresponding Society Obv: The fable of the bundle of sticks/Rev: A dove flying with an olive branch. Milled edge DH286, EF the reverse with some thin scratches. Street, Obv: A filtering stone/Rev: Coventry Street, . DH292 NEF. Davidson's 1795 (2) Obv: A female seated, with arms of London, St.Paul's behind, Rev: A Crowned Triangle with CONSTITUTION in the centre, lettered edge DH295 the first NEF, the second EF with traces of lustre. Eaton's 1795 Obv: Bust of D.I.Eaton left/Rev: A cock c over pigs in a sty DH301 GEF/EF with traces of lustre. Moore's 1795 Obv: A girl sitting under a tree making lace/Rev: A scroll inscribed MUSLINS IRISH CLOTH HOSE &c., Edge: Coarse milled DH389 GVF. Shackleton's 1794 (2) Obv: The Royal Arms and Crest/Rev: A candle mould, Edge: Payable in - Street, Hay - DH477 the first NEF, the second GVF/VF. Heslop's Obv: A Man and a monkey in postures/Rev: Legend in 6 lines. DH336b. - 1796 Obv: , Rev: A man-of-war GVF with traces of lustre
£190 London Coins : A170 : Lot 306 : Halfpennies 18th Century (10) a high grade group, Middlesex (9) 1795 Corresponding Society Obv: The ... London Coins : A170 : Lot 306 : Halfpennies 18th Century (10) a high grade group, Middlesex (9) 1795 Corresponding Society Obv: The ...

Auction 170
Tokens (13) - 1792 Arms of the City/Man working in a loom DH42 VF. - Northampton 1794 George Jobson/Castle and Lion DH1 NVF, the reverse with a spot after the legend. (2) 1793 Lady Godiva/ DH243a VF with some scratches on the obverse. Coventry 1793 Lady Godiva/An ancient cross DH246 VF with dome discoloration on the reverse. (4) General Convenience 1797 Helmeted Bust/Britannia seated left, Edge: PAYABLE IN LONDON, the remainder engrailed DH1018 NVF with a small flan crack, Lackington's 1795 Profile bust/Small figure of Fame, Edge: milled to left DH357a GVF with a small spot on either side. National Series - 1795 Princess of with ear-rind and four pearls in her hair, Edge: milled DH979 VF. Isaac , Newton, with dot below Sr./Cauceus DH1033 Edge: Engrailed NVF/GF. Emsworth 1795 RULE BRITANNIA Britannia 1795/Bust of Earl Howe, left DH24 Edge: PAYABLE IN LONDON the remainder engrailed VF. (2) - 1792 /Shield, Edge: PAYABLE IN LONDON BRISTOL & LANCASTER DH29 Near VF, 1793 A porter carrying a pack/Shield of Arms Edge: Engrailed DH135e Near VF. - Leek 1793 DH13 Caduceus supported by a large bale of goods/two hands d, with an olive branch Edge: PAYABLE AT LEEK STAFFORDSHIRE DH13, NVF. North Wales 1793 Druid with 31 Acorns, 14 to the left and 17 to the right/A harp between sprigs of oak DH8 NVF
£160 London Coins : A170 : Lot 308 : Halfpennies 18th Century (13) Norfolk - Norwich 1792 Arms of the City/Man working in a loom DH42 VF.... London Coins : A170 : Lot 308 : Halfpennies 18th Century (13) Norfolk - Norwich 1792 Arms of the City/Man working in a loom DH42 VF....

Auction 170
Tokens (10) (4) Leith (2) 1796 Obverse: A ship and a boat by a fort 'Success To The Port of Leith', Reverse: Seated female holding a wand and a pair of scales, DH58 Bold VF. 1797 Obverse: A ship sailing, below, a spring of leaves LEITH HALFPENNY , Reverse Britannia seated LEITH HALFPENNY DH60 GVF. (2) 1796 Joseph Archibald, Obverse: Shield of Arms 17-96, crest a palm branch, Reverse: SELLS GARDEN , GRASS, FLOWER SEEDS, FRUIT TREES in 4 lines, Edge: Milled DH10 VF or better. 1791 Hutchison's, Obverse St. Andrew and Cross, The top right corner of the cross points to the beginning of the letter A, the top leaf just below the period, Reverse: Arms of Edinburgh, the thistle bud points to the end of the second N , the top leaf between the Y and the period, DH37 VF. Invernesshire - Inverness 1794 Obverse: Rose and d, Reverse: A cornucopia of flowers DH2 GVF with a spot on the rim. shire - Perth 1797 Obverse: A hank of yarn and a package of dressed flax , spread lettering with a star at the end of the legend, Reverse: The Arms of Perth PRO REGE LEGE ET GREGE, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF PAT.K.MAXWELL DH9 Bold VF and scarce. Fifeshire - Burntisland 1797 , Obverse: A cypher B V Co, under it a carbor, rose and thistle, Reverse: BURNT ISLAND VITRIOL COMPy. 1797 in 5 lines within a garland radiated, on which is inscribed NEMO ME IMPUNE LACESSIT DH2 VF. Kirkcudbrightshire - Gatehouse 1793 Obverse: A gryphon standing GATEHOUSE HALFPENNY, Reverse: A view of a large building PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF THOs. SCOTT & Co. date in exergue below, DH1 Good Fine. Angusshire (2) 1796 Obverse: A public building with I.W.I DESIGN below, DUNDEE HALFPENNY 1796, INFIRMARY FOUNDED 1794, Reverse: View of a harbour with a ship alongside a quay. Edge: Engrailed, with a waved line and dots, DH16, VF. Dundee 1797 Obverse: An ancient fortress, Exergue: Dudhope Castle Found'd 1660 Converted into Barracks 1794, DH18, VF with a small planchet clip
£160 London Coins : A170 : Lot 311 : Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (10) Lothian (4) Leith (2) 1796 Obverse: A ship and a boat  sailin... London Coins : A170 : Lot 311 : Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (10) Lothian (4) Leith (2) 1796 Obverse: A ship and a boat  sailin...

Auction 170
Tokens Tokens a mixed group (289) (20), Pennies (4), 19th Century (1), Canada (2) Bank of Montreal Halfpenny 1844 and Bank of Upper Canada Halfpenny 1850, Two s Token and Salford, along with a French , and Ionian Islands 1819 KM#32 in mixed grades VG to Good Fine
£150

Auction 170
Tokens and base metal (33) mostly including Canadian Provincial issues, low to middle grades along with (12) F-GVF little or no duplication and from an old
£140

Auction 170
Tokens (14) includes , , , , Inverness and more, all different VG to Good Fine
£130 London Coins : A170 : Lot 309 : Halfpennies 18th Century (14) includes Sussex, Yorkshire, Lancashire, Lothian, Inverness and more,  ... London Coins : A170 : Lot 309 : Halfpennies 18th Century (14) includes Sussex, Yorkshire, Lancashire, Lothian, Inverness and more,  ...

Auction 170
Tokens (12), s 18th Century (6) Near Fine to VF
£65

Auction 170
Tokens (4) - Newent 1796 Industry Leads to Honour DH64 Good Fine. - 1792 City Arms/Man in loom DH38. - Banbury William Rusher three-quarters facing/Sun and legend DH1 Good Fine. - Devizes 1796 Shield/Stag, I.Baster, Edge: Milled over , or DH2a, VF
£60 London Coins : A170 : Lot 310 : Halfpennies 18th Century (4) Gloucestershire - Newent 1796 Industry Leads to Honour DH64 Good Fine. ... London Coins : A170 : Lot 310 : Halfpennies 18th Century (4) Gloucestershire - Newent 1796 Industry Leads to Honour DH64 Good Fine. ...

Auction 170
Tokens s to (8) Shilling - 1811 View of a building/T.STANSHALL. CHAs MOOR, RICHd FISHER, Wm FILLINGHAM, Wm READETT AND T.WILSON in 6 lines, Good Fine/Fine. Pennies (2) - Phoenix Iron Works 1813 Fine, Trade and Navigation 1814 Fine, Halfpennies (4) - I.K.Picard Lead Works 1812 Fair. - Dunham and Yallop 1811 Fair, - Patent Sheathing Nail Manufactory 1811 VG. Canada (2) Montreal T.S.Brown & Co. Importers of Hardwares Reverse: a selection of tools Fine. Cuidad Rodrigo 1812 Fine
£46 London Coins : A170 : Lot 291 : 18th Century Shillings to Halfpennies (8) Shilling Nottinghamshire - Newark 1811 View of a building/... London Coins : A170 : Lot 291 : 18th Century Shillings to Halfpennies (8) Shilling Nottinghamshire - Newark 1811 View of a building/...

Auction 170
Tokens Tokens (4) F - VF, Barn Tavern Islington 6D Refreshment Token VF, Garrick Hotel 2D brass Fine, RH 1D brass VF, North Evasion 1769 Fair, and two tokens both holed
£22

Auction 169
Tokens (47) a wide variety generally in mixed circulated grades £280

Auction 169
Tokens (4) , Bissetts, , Museum, , DH120, EF with traces of lustre. Birmingham, Kempson's undated, Bust/Arms of Kempson, Plain edge DH218 EF or better with a small spot in the obverse field. J.Priestly Bust/Flame of Liberty above tomb, edge milled over lettering, DH221a VF or better, scarce. 1794 Kempsons - Blue Coat Charity School DH197a struck in VF with some uneven tone
£160

Auction 169
Tokens (6) - 1791 Bust/WGM Cypher, Milled edge DH12 GVF/NEF. (2) Deptford 1795 Kentish Men DH13 VF. Deptford 1795 Kentish Men DH13a GVF. (2) 1793 Wainfleet Abbey/Figure of Hope, Warehouses edge, DH8a GVF. 1794 Britannia standing/Arms, Lettered edge, DH5 VF. - 1790 DH25 A/UNC and lustrous
£140

Auction 169
Tokens GB and World Tokens (21) GB (8), GB 18th Century Penny (1), GB Pennies (2), Ireland 1820, Australia Penny 1855 E.De Carle & Co., Canada Provincial Pennies (2), Canada Provincial Halfpennies (5), GB Theatre Token T.Heath , /Royal Colosseum, a varied group, in mixed grades VG to VF
£70

Auction 169
Tokens (2) R.Heslop - Contortionist, Obverse: Man and a monkey in antic postures/Reverse: Text in six lines, DH336b NEF/GVF, unpriced by Withers, 1795 Chelsea DH277 Obverse: Sailor with a wooden leg presents a petition to Britannia/Reverse: A figure of Hope leaning on an anchor EF toned
£70 London Coins : A169 : Lot 310 : Halfpennies 18th Century Middlesex (2) undated R.Heslop - Contortionist, Obverse: Man and a monkey i... London Coins : A169 : Lot 310 : Halfpennies 18th Century Middlesex (2) undated R.Heslop - Contortionist, Obverse: Man and a monkey i...

Auction 169
Tokens (2) - 1794 Obverse: A view of the Castle/Reverse: Loom, SUCCESS TO THE BAY TRADE, DH9, NEF and scarce, - Banbury Wm.Rusher portrait/The Sun DH1 NEF
£50 London Coins : A169 : Lot 307 : Halfpennies 18th Century (2) Essex - Colchester 1794 Obverse: A view of the Castle/Reverse: Loom, SU... London Coins : A169 : Lot 307 : Halfpennies 18th Century (2) Essex - Colchester 1794 Obverse: A view of the Castle/Reverse: Loom, SU...

Auction 168
Tokens (3) - 1792 Lady Godiva DH231 GVF, - 1795 John Howard DH57a GVF, - Whitfields - Long Live The King 1795 DH911 NVF, Pennies (2) 1812 and Company VF, 1812 Birmingham Union Copper Company NEF, 19th Century - 1834 William Till Good Fine, Token 1812 Cuidad Rodrigo Good Fine with a heavy dig in the obverse field, Wellington Token 1813 Britannia Reverse Near Fine, along with a mixed group of Tokens and s (21), includes Casino Tokens, Engraved and Counters
£110

Auction 168
Tokens (9) all different, includes one officially holed type, Good Fine to GVF £110

Auction 168
Tokens - Workhouse 1813 Fine, as part of a group of Tokens (19) Penny (1), Pennies (3), 18th Century (3), 19th Century Unofficial s (6), Canada Halfpennies (5), St. Helena 1821, and an Irish uniface Pub token Tho.s Jackson, in mixed grades VG to Good Fine
£95

Auction 168
Tokens (2) Westmoreland (now Cumbria) 1794 , Obverse: a cypher R&D crest a lion, Reverse: a figure of Justice standing, Edge: Payable at Banbury, or , DH4 UNC with traces of lustre and very light cabinet friction, Kendal, Obverse a cypher R&D crest a lion, Reverse: a man-of-war , edge Payable in Dublin or , DH5a A/UNC some spots, nicely toned
£80 London Coins : A168 : Lot 906 : Halfpennies 18th Century (2) Westmoreland (now Cumbria) 1794 Kendal, Obverse: a cypher R&D crest... London Coins : A168 : Lot 906 : Halfpennies 18th Century (2) Westmoreland (now Cumbria) 1794 Kendal, Obverse: a cypher R&D crest...

Auction 167
Tokens GB and World Tokens (31) South Africa 1861 Whyte & Co. Obverse: TEA MERCHANTS ANDS GROCERS. CAPE TOWN with WHYTE & CO in centre, Reverse: Figure of Hope seated with anchor behind to right, 1861 in exergue, VF. New Zealand Penny Obverse: Standing Female with arm on shield, Palm Tree behind NEW ZEALAND, Reverse bust of Maori warrior 3/4 right ADVANCE NEW ZEALAND KM#Tn49 VF, Ireland Penny 1818 Obverse Bust of George III, LUKE XX.CHAP.XXV.VER, Reverse Harp VG. (18) - 1794 DH32 Fine, Rare. - 1791 Paley's Bishop Blaze standing DH43 EF with traces of lustre. (2) - 1793 DH50 Obv: Figure of Boy/Rev: Shield, VF. Birmingham Mining and Company 1792 DH85 NVF. - Emsworth 1793 Obv: Ship /Reverse: Seated female DH9 Fine. - 1793 Obverse: Shield/Reverse: Woolpack DH19 NVF, - 1791 Obv: Man in loom weaving Reverse: Hanging Fleece, Edge Payable at the Warehouse of John Kershaw DH140. - 1796 Obverse: A female spinning/Reverse: A man in a loom weaving, DH6 VF. - Salter's The Cheapest Hat Warehouse in the World undated DH473 GEF with traces of lustre. Middlesex - Lackington's 1795 milled edge, DH357a VF. Middlesex Lackington's 1794 Edge Payable at the Temple of the Muses DH353 NEF/GVF. - undated Obverse: Bottle/Reverse: Hope standing, Plain edge DH23b NEF. Middlesex Political and Social Series 1793 DH1033 NVF/GF. Hampshire - Emsworth 1794 Earl Howe, not in collar DH14a GVF/VF. - 1794 F.Heath DH39 NVF. Warwickshire - John Wilkinson Iron Master 1792 with plain edge DH451h, GVF. Warwickshire - Birmingham undated Dr. DH71 VF. Dublin undated , Plain edge DH231a VF. Pennies (3) Penny 1811 TO FACILITATE TRADE Davis 21 EF, 1811 and South Fine with poor surfaces, 1812 Birmingham and South Wales About Fine, Borough of Gateshead 1849 Boundary Token 32mm diameter in George Hawks, NEF, and ic Tokens in bronze, Halfpenny sized (4) along with Halfpenny 1699 Date in Exergue Peck 687 NVF/GF and Gibraltar Two Quarts 1842 Fair, Mother of Pearl Decorative counters , oval shaped (2) EF
£160

Auction 167
Tokens (17), 18th Century (1), Halfpennies (5), Pennies 19th Century (13), one ed, Earls Court Token 1905 Gigantic Wheel, Exhibition 1924, Medal 1739 Capture of Portobello - Admiral Vernon, in mixed circulated grades mostly VG to Fine
£80

Auction 167
Tokens (7) - Donald & Co. 1792 Beehive DH123, (2) 1792 /Lady Godiva DH231 VF, and 1793 Elephant and Castle/Lady Godiva DH244 GVF, - 1792 Bust of DH327 F, Stratford - 1792 John Wilkison legend DH454 Fine, Rare, Stratford 1792 John Wilkison error legend DH454B Fine, Very Rare, Stratford - John Wilkinson/Reverse Harp DH468 Good Fine
£80

Auction 167
Tokens - Bury 1794 Obverse: Charles Marquis is/Reverse: Figure of Fame, lettered and dated edge DH4 NEF/GVF, along with 18th Century (9) Suffolk - Hoxne 1795 DH33a Obverse: Yeoman/Reverse: Castle within a garter NVF. Suffolk - Obverse: Shield of Arms/ Reverse: a cypher PD above a , between palm and branches DHDH25 VF. Suffolk - Lowestoft 1795 Obverse: ing machines in the water/Reverse: Men in a boat fishing, DH37 About VF once cleaned. - 1794 Obverse: Colchester Castle, design runs to the edge of the flan//Reverse: A loom DH10 Near VF. - 1791 Obverse: Sr. Bevois Southampton/Reverse: Shield of Arms DH89 VF/GF. - 1794 Woollen Manufactory Obverse: Shield of Arms/ Reverse: Woolpack, Edge: Payable at , or DH25d GVF with some lustre. 1795 Kilvington's, Obverse: Bust left, with top of wreath under J/ Reverse: Britannia seated left, BRUNSWICK HALFPENNY DH346 Good Fine, the reverse a little better. Middlesex - National Series undated - Obverse: Prince of / Reverse: Royal Arms with the Prince of Wales motto, edge Payable at London or Dublin DH953a NVF/GF. Middlesex - Mail Coach undated Obverse: A Mail coach travelling/ Reverse: legend in eight lines DH363 NVF
£50

Auction 167
Tokens (10, one holed) a varied group, all different, VG to Good Fine, along with 1794 H.Young Dealer in Coins. Obverse: View of St. Paul's/ Reverse: A Star and Garter, Penny 1811 and South , s 19th Century (2) 1844 Rushbrook's Family Tea and Grocery, Cannock, White & Co. Dublin & Cork, along with Exhibition 1924 VF
£48

Auction 167
Tokens Token 1795 Obverse: Dove and olive branch, Reverse: Two clasped hands, Edge : AN ASYLUM FOR THE OPPRESS'D OF ALL NATIONS DH289e Good Fine, along with (3) 1794 and DH54 NVF, Middlesex Political and Social Series 1796 Stag Edge PAYABLE IN LONDON, the remainder of the edge engrailed to right DH1041, Good Fine, John Howard Remember the debtors in gaol Edge: Payable at or edge DH35a VF
£40

Auction 167
Tokens (2) 1795 T.Hall - Citty Road 'Kanguroo', 'Armadillo' and 'Rhinoceros DH313 VF once cleaned, Scarce, 1795 Pidcocks Exhibition, Obverse: Antelope/ Reverse: Ostrich DH447a NVF with some old contact marks, scarce
£34 London Coins : A167 : Lot 1722 : Halfpennies 18th Century Middlesex (2) 1795 T.Hall - Citty Road 'Kanguroo', 'Armadill... London Coins : A167 : Lot 1722 : Halfpennies 18th Century Middlesex (2) 1795 T.Hall - Citty Road 'Kanguroo', 'Armadill...

Auction 167
Tokens a small group (3) 1795 T.Hall - Citty Road 'Kanguroo', 'Armadillo' and 'Rhinoceros DH313 VF, 1789 Coalbrook Dale - Obverse: View of a bridge with a vessel under. ERECTED/ANNO 1779/SPAN 100 FEET. Reverse: A man working a machine, In Exergue INCLINED PLANE AT KETLEY. 1789 DH10 NVF, - 1795 Heath - Ironmonger Obverse: Bust of Bladud to left with bow and quiver BLADUD FOUNDER OF BATH - SUCCESS TO THE BATH WATERS Reverse: A public building WEST FRONT OF NEW PUMP ROOM BATH, Exergue HEATH IRONMONGER 1795 GVF/NEF struck on a 31mm flan along with Token 1832 The Reformation of the People's Rights, T.Attwood, in , Fine/NVF, holed at the top
£20

Auction 166
Tokens (25) all different, a good mix, NVF to GVF £260

Auction 166
Tokens (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, shire, Perth 1797 and Watermill DH4 VF
£150 London Coins : A166 : Lot 1269 : Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (2) , Ayrshire 1797 Obv: Armoured Bust left GULIELMUS VALLAS, Reve... London Coins : A166 : Lot 1269 : Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (2) , Ayrshire 1797 Obv: Armoured Bust left GULIELMUS VALLAS, Reve...

Auction 166
Tokens (4) 1795 National Series Princess of /Prince of Wales Feathers and Portcullis as DH977 with 6 pearls in the hair GVF. - 1789 George III bust right/Shield of Arms between sprigs DH27 EF with traces of lustre. - Haverhill 1794 Man weaving in a loom/IF cypher within an oval DH31 GVF. - 1792 John Howard/HH cypher DH145 About EF with some lustre
£110

Auction 166
Tokens Tokens (10), Earls Court Wheel tokens 1899, 1901 (2) and 1906, 1787, and Papal States Baioccho 1801, Fine, as part of a group of Tokens and a few s (32) in mixed grades mostly Fine to NVF, a couple better
£110

Auction 166
Tokens (5) 1795 Brimscombe Port, Plain sails DH59 GF/NVF. (2) 1792 John Howard/HH cypher, H.Hickman edge DH145 NVF/VF with a small spot on the reverse. Birmingham 1792 Mining and Company, Female seated on rock/Stork and Cornucopia DH88 EF. Birmingham 1792 Donald and Co. DH123 Bees and Beehive VF. - 1794 John Howard DH19 GVF/NEF
£85

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