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London Coins Auction 163
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED

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Tokens : Auction 123

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 123
Tokens (17) in the Clay Williamson 3, Bedford W7, 11, 12, 17, 19, Biggleswade W24, 25, W36, Great Barford W48, Houghton Regis W56, Milton W76, Potton W79, Woburn W101, 106, all attributed, last NVF others Fair to Fine
£375

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Tokens s (4) Oxford (2) Thomas Dennis 1652 Dickinson 133, Ann Pierson 1669 Dickinson 159, Thame (2) John Harris Dickinson 200, William Tripp undated Dickinson 206 VG-Fine
£36

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Tokens Tokens a mixed group (5) Fine to Good Fine
£24

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Tokens (47, two holed) in mixed grades a couple GVF, 19th Century Pennies (16), 1797 VF with P scratched in the reverse field, Halfpennies (4) 1799 (3) VG-Fine, 1872 NF, s (3) 1754 GF, 1822 GF, 1830 F, plus an additional group of mainly tokens 19th Century (52) in mixed circulated grades
£550

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Tokens Tokens (20) a varied group in mixed circulated grades, plus Keighley Agricultural Society Established 1843, dated 1845 51mm in , inscribed 'Best Roadster Brood Mare J.Bairstow Esq. Obverse a ploughing scene, reverse Livestock in a field EF
£180

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Tokens , , Milk Tokens, Co-op Tokens, s, Forgeries plus a few World Coins a varied group (43) in mixed circulated grades
£95

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Tokens (3) , DH26, DH33 & DH65. VF and better.
£34

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Tokens (10 different) average F
£28

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Tokens (10 different) average F
£30

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Tokens (10 different) average VF
£70

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Tokens (10 different) average VF
£70

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Tokens (10 different) average VF
£70

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Tokens (10 different) average VF
£65

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Tokens (10 different) average VF
£60

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Tokens (10 different) average VF
£60

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Tokens (10 different) average VF
£60

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Tokens (2) DH 208 HOTEL ERECTED MDCCLXXII, Warwickshire Birmingham DH215 Birmingham Theatre 1795 EF-UNC with traces of lustre
£70

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Tokens & . Lyceum, Strand DH362A. Orchard's Farthing Soho London DH1061. VF
£40

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Tokens Pidcock's series DH 415b EXIBITION mis-spelt GEF with traces of lustre
£46

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Tokens Pint Token 1817 Morston Obverse WILLIAM. BUCK. JUNr. MORSTON.1817 around PINT in centre, Reverse Sailing Ship SUCCESS.TO.THE.CRUIZER.OF.MORSTON EF with traces of lustre. Cataloguer's note 'William Buck Junior was the landlord of the Anchor Public House in Morston. The Cruizer was a brig registered in and in Lloyd's 'Register of Shipping' 1818 W.Buck is listed as her owner. It is possible that this token was issued to commemorate the launch of the Cruizer'.
£130

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Tokens 1811 Davis 6 Obverse 15 bees Reverse with Y&D under the sword at the right VF
£30

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Tokens 1811 Merthyl Tydvil Davis 5 VF Rare
£240

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Tokens 1811 Merthyl Tydvil Davis 7 EF Rare
£230

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Tokens 1811 Neath Davis 9 NVF
£60

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Tokens 1811 Davis 2 COMMERCIAL CHANGE 1811 on Garter Bright EF with a few scuffs
£42

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Tokens s (2) 1811 Davis 23 NVF, 1811 Davis 26 Fine, Rare
£32

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Tokens s (3) 1811 Davis 22 GF, 1811 Mays 24 No hole in Garter belt after INDUSTRIA EF toned, Rare, 1811 Davis 45 GF
£65

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Tokens s (3) Davis 8 with straight top to shield VF, London Davis 11 Knapp & co. NEF/EF with weakness in the centre of the reverse, Rare, London Davis 27 Robert Warren Liquid Blacking Fine
£160

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Tokens s (3) 1812 Davis 8 Good Fine, 1811 Davis 18 Fine, Leeds 1811 Davis 27 VF
£90

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Tokens Token '' Kneeling Slave with clasped hands VF
£65

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Tokens Spence Token Obverse Tree of Liberty with four men dancing, Reverse Caduceus 'WE WERE BORN FREE AND WILL NEVER DIE SLAVES' DH 884 EF with traces of lustre, Rare
£150

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Tokens Tokens, Barbados 1788, Canada & Nova Scotia (9), Australia, John Andrew Penny 1860, Cornish Penny 1811 & Dudhope Castle 1797. Generally good very fine or better
£130

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Tokens Unofficial Tokens a (37) Antrim 5480, 5520, 1070, Cork 5660, 5690, Dublin 5980, 6220, 6290, 6310, 7400, 5160, Lanarkshire 7370, 1090, 2150, 2160, 2340, 2420, 2850, 3900, 3910, 3960, 4960, 4960 W/Metal, Midlothian 7200, 3940, 3990, 4000, 4050, 1210, 5130, 4690, 660, 1940, these attributed, plus four others unattributed, in mixed grades F-EF a couple lustrous
£300

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