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Davis 63

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 162
Tokens s (5) 1811 John Smalpage & S.Lumb Davis 22 GVF with some thin scratches, Leeds 1811 John Smalpage & S.Lumb Davis 27 Good Fine with some hairlines, Leeds 1812 John Smalpage & .Lumb Davis 29, Fine, 1811 Whitby Association, Arms of Whitby Abbey, Davis 56 NVF toned, York 1811 Cattle & Barber Davis 63 NVF toned

Auction 161
World Banknotes dated February 17th 1864, serial No.33632 plate A, portrait President Jefferson Davis at centre, (Pick70), good EF
£55 London Coins : A161 : Lot 234 : Confederate States of America 50 Dollars dated February 17th 1864, serial No.33632 plate A, portrait... London Coins : A161 : Lot 234 : Confederate States of America 50 Dollars dated February 17th 1864, serial No.33632 plate A, portrait...

Auction 151
Misc Items s a wide selection (50), includes some useful titles such as English Hammered Coinage by J.J.North Volume 1 c.650-1272, 1963 Edition, and Volume 2 1272-1662 1975 Edition, The Provincial Token Coinage of the 18th Century by R.Dalton and S.H.Hamer, The 19th Century Token Coinage by W.J.Davis (includes valuation sheet), English and Scotch Coinage by George Bell and Sons, 1885, The Pieces of Great Britain and the British Commonwealth Second Edition by Howard W.A.Linecar, and many others, in mixed condition

Auction 144
Bonds and Shares , Act of February 20 1863, $1000 bond dated 2 March, 1863, (Ref. Ball 201), signed by Rose, printed by G. Wojciechowski, vignettes of President Jefferson Davis & view of Richmond, with coupons. Slight damage at top left edge VF. (1).

Auction 121
Tokens s 1811 (3) Davis 63 and Davis 64 (2) Fine to NVF

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