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Davis 21

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

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 sailing/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, plain edge 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.Samuel Johnson DH71 VF. Dublin undated John of Gaunt, 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 166
World Banknotes (26) in mostly high grades including (9) including 1/2 Paanga Pick 18c">Pick 18c (2). 1 Paanga Pick 19c. 2 Paanga Pick 20c">Pick 20c. 5 Paanga Pick 21c. 10 Paanga Pick 22c. 20 Paanga Pick 23b. Government of Tonga 4 s Pick 9e">Pick 9e dated 3rd November 1966 series E/1 143980. Government of Tonga 4 Shillings Pick 5b">Pick 5b dated 19th May 1939 series B/1 20620. Scarcer early issue. (7) including Pick 3. 1992 ND issue set comprising Pick 4. Pick 5a signature Davis. 3 Dollars Pick7. 10 Dollars Pick 8. 20 Dollars Pick 9. Pick 10. (2) including Pick 1 and 500 Dollars Pick 2. Papua New (2) including 2 Kinas (2) Pick 12 Commemorative issue commemorating the 9th South Games, Papua 1991 and Pick 5a. Solomon islands (6) including Pick 14. Pick 5 (3) including First series serial number A/1 058213, A/2 877028 and a issuer Z/1 008649. 10 Dollars Maltese Cross from set Pick CS1 and 5 Dollars Pick 6a FIRST series number A/1 059458.
£220

Auction 166
Medals World War I (2) Medal 1914-1918 and Medal and Medal to Walter Davis Worth Dvr.141214 Field Artillery VF to EF with ribbons, along with inscribed silver cap/tunic
£60

Auction 162
Tokens 18th and Tokens and Jettons (7) Penny 1794 - Youngs DH39 Obv: View of St. Paul's, date visible and bold (see notes in Dalton and Hamer) VF, Penny 1812 - Cheltenham J.Bishop Davis 15 NVF, 1791 - DH21 NEF, DH26 Peace and Plenty Halfpenny, edge: CURRENT EVERY WHERE VF, Token 1794 Cedar Tree, Plain edge DH26 VF, Private Theatre Token VF, Jetton 1879 T.G.Middlebrook Edinboro Castle VF, and a jetton of Queen Anne undated 22mm diameter Fine
£90

Auction 159
World Bulk Lots (11) 1708 , Good Fine, comes with old collector's ticket 'Spink 1955 2/-', 1708Y KM#275 Segovia, Good Fine, comes with old collector's ticket 'Seaby 1953 7/3', 1717 KM#297 Good Fine with n edge chip at the top, comes with old collector's ticket Seaby 1954 3/3', 1719 Segovia F KM#297 VF with a rim cud, comes with old collector's ticket 'Seaby 1953 4/6', 1721 Cuenca C KM#308 GVF, comes with old collector's ticket 'Seaby 1953 2/6', 1721 Segovia F KM#297 Fine , comes with old collector's ticket 'Doug Davis 1955 2/-', 1721 Seville S KM#307 GVF toned, comes with old collector's ticket 'Seaby 1954 VF (bent) 4/6', 1722 2 over 1 Segovia KM#297 GVF, Rare, comes with old collector's ticket 'Seaby 1955 3/6', 1724 Seville KM#307 GVF, comes with old collector's ticket 'Seaby 1954 5/6', 1761 Madrid JP KM#388.1 Fine, comes with old collector's ticket 'Calico, Barcelona 1953 25Ptas. 4/2', 1788 Seville S KM#412.2 VF/EF, comes with old collector's ticket 'Seaby 1953 5/6'
£280

Auction 156
Tokens , Atherstone, Sir George Chetwynd, Grendon 1842. (22 pieces) Obverse: Bust to right: "SIR GEORGE CHETWYND BARONET. 1842.". Reverse: Coat of Arms of the Chetwynd family: "GRENDON HALFPENNY". Plain edge. Privately issued by Sir George Chetwynd, a great numismatist of the 19th century, for fellow collectors. His collection was sold over four days in September 1872, Bell Warwickshire No: A2, Davis Token Coinage of Warwickshire No: 821 Lustrous UNC, many prooflike, some with spots
£240

Auction 145
Tokens , Atherstone, Sir George Chetwynd, Grendon 1842 (5 pieces) . Obverse: Bust to right: "SIR GEORGE CHETWYND BARONET. 1842.". Reverse: Coat of Arms of the Chetwynd family: "GRENDON HALFPENNY". Plain edge. Privately issued by Sir George Chetwynd, a great numismatist of the 19th century, for fellow collectors. His collection was sold over four days in September 1872, Bell Warwickshire No: A2, Davis Token Coinage of Warwickshire No: 821, (4 pieces with PAYABLE AT GRENDON HALL edge, the other with Plain edge) UNC and lustrous a couple with spots
£70

Auction 139
Tokens , Atherstone, Sir George Chetwynd, Grendon 1842. Obverse: Bust to right: "SIR GEORGE CHETWYND BARONET. 1842.". Reverse: Coat of Arms of the Chetwynd family: "GRENDON HALFPENNY". Plain edge. Privately issued by Sir George Chetwynd, a great numismatist of the 19th century, for fellow collectors. His collection was sold over four days in September 1872, Bell Warwickshire No: A2, Davis Token Coinage of Warwickshire No: 821 EF Rare
£30 London Coins : A139 : Lot 1301 : Halfpenny 19th Century Warwickshire, Atherstone, Sir George Chetwynd, Grendon 1842. Obve... London Coins : A139 : Lot 1301 : Halfpenny 19th Century Warwickshire, Atherstone, Sir George Chetwynd, Grendon 1842. Obve...

Auction 127
Tokens Ireland Tokens (4) County Tyrone 1813 Davis 2 Fine, Dublin 1822 Davis 36 Erin Go Bragh Fine, Dublin 1820 9 Harp strings Davis 42 Fine, Dublin 1821 Davis 45 Good Fine
£70

Auction 124
Tokens (7) Davis 69, 74, 75, 81/7, 95, 103,121 average VF
£60

Auction 121
Tokens s (4) Davis 21, 23, 24 and 45 NVF-GVF
£85

Auction 114
Tokens York 1811 Cattle and Barber Davis 57 Fine, 1811 Davis 21 Fine or better
£20

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