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Beccles

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 181
Tokens s (9) (6) 1664 William Cutlove W7 Near Fine, Lowestoft 1669 Jos Smithson, Rob Barker Ward W225 Fine, Hoxne Will Brewster W155 (2) the first Good Fine with some verdigris, the second VG, Hoxne Benjamin Whyt VG or better with green patina, Bury 1670 Edward Tayler W81 Fine, - Oxford 1652 The Mayor of Oxford W111/2 Fine, - Tetbury 1669 Borough - Town Arms W163 Bold Fine, - (New Palace Yard) 1649 W2048 Reverse: Grocer's Arms, Fine/VG
£55 London Coins : A181 : Lot 706 : Farthings 17th Century (9) Suffolk (6) Beccles 1664 William Cutlove W7 Near Fine, Lowestoft 1669 Jos... London Coins : A181 : Lot 706 : Farthings 17th Century (9) Suffolk (6) Beccles 1664 William Cutlove W7 Near Fine, Lowestoft 1669 Jos...

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 173
Tokens (13) Town 1670 W5 About Fine, Beccles - Will Crane W6 Fair, Halfpenny - Edward Barnbe 1669 W39 VG, Farthing Bury St. Edmunds - John Baythorne 1657 W40/42 Fair, Farthing Bury St. Edmunds - Thomas Bull W44 About Fine, Halfpenny Bury St. Edmunds - John Chesson 1669 W47 Fair, Farthing Bury St. Edmunds - John Farecloth 1667 W53 Fine, Farthing Bury St. Edmunds -Henry Headach W62 VG, Farthing Clare - George Crisp 1656 W97 Near Fine, Farthing Debenham - Augustine Cullyer 1666 W108 VG with bold legends, Halfpenny Town 1670 W158/9 Fine, Farthing Ipswich - William e 1656 W190 Poor, Farthing Woodbridge - Henery Stebbinge 1656 W362/3 Fair
£200

Auction 162
Tokens (2) - 1795 DH6 Obverse /Reverse: Bridge UNC with traces of lustre, 1795 DH12 Druid's Head/Beehive UNC and lustrous with minor cabinet friction
£160 London Coins : A162 : Lot 849 : Halfpennies 18th Century (2) Suffolk - Beccles 1795 DH6 Obverse Church/Reverse: Bridge UNC with trac... London Coins : A162 : Lot 849 : Halfpennies 18th Century (2) Suffolk - Beccles 1795 DH6 Obverse Church/Reverse: Bridge UNC with trac...

Auction 139
Tokens a small (43) 6, 9, Brandon 29, Bury St.Edmunds 67, Cratfield 104, Debenham 108, 109, Eye 120, 121, Groton 136, Halesworth 146, Herringswell 152, Hundon 157, 165, 167, 193, 194, Lavenham 209, 210, Long Melford 239, Melton 242, Needham Market 259, 262, Newmarket 274, Saxmundham 285, 288, 290, Sibton 291, Southwold 294, 297, Stanton 303, -by-Clare 306, 307, 310, Sudbury 338, 342, Walsham-le-Willows 351, Woodbridge 357, 361, 362, 364, 367, Worlingworth 373, Fair to NVF with old attribution tickets
£750

Auction 120
Tokens (4) Goudhurst DH28A, Kent DH16A, DH16, DH72 EF with lustre the first with old collectors mark 440 in the field
£70

Auction 102
Tokens John Nicholls Tobacco Roll D3 VF
£19

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