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Bury St. Edmunds

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Auction 184
Hammered Coins Edward I , Class 3C, Good Fine with grey tone, Penny London Mint, moneyer Nicole, Class 5G, Good Fine with grey tone, Penny Edward I/II , Fair, Penny Bury s Mint Poor/VG, Canterbury Mint, clipped to the inner circle, Fair
£24

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
Hammered Coins Bury s Mint, moneyer Robertus de Hadelie drapery in the form of two wedges, Class 4a, S.1417, 1.27 grammes, Fine on a slightly uneven flan
£36 London Coins : A181 : Lot 1416 : Penny Edward I Bury St. Edmunds Mint, moneyer Robertus de Hadelie drapery in the form of two wedges,... London Coins : A181 : Lot 1416 : Penny Edward I Bury St. Edmunds Mint, moneyer Robertus de Hadelie drapery in the form of two wedges,...

Auction 180
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

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

Auction 179
Hammered Coins (10) moneyer Rauf, mint name off-flan, Fine, the reverse off-centre, Long Cross, , moneyer Henri, (7) Bury s Mint, Moneyer Robert de Hadl, Class 3d, Near Fine, (3) Class 3d Near Fine/About Fine, Class 4a Near Fine with some weakness, Class 5a About Fine, Mint Class 10A Near Fine, London Mint Class 10F VG or better, Canterbury Mint, the first Class 10D, VG or better, the second with the key identifiers worn
£160

Auction 173
English Bulk Lots GB and World a mixed group, GB includes Crowns to Farthings Crowns (2) 1819 LIX, 1937, 1889, s (9) 1887 (2), 1914, 1915, 1916, 1918, 1928, 1947 (2), Florins (15) 1921, 1928, 1929, 1933, 1936, 1938, 1940, 1942, 1946, 1950 (2), 1956, 1957, 1966, 1967, s (49) 1819 a contemporary copy in brass, 1887 Jubilee Head, 1906, 1907, 1910, 1911, 1915, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1926, 1927 Second Reverse, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937S, 1938S, 1939E, 1939S, 1940S, 1942E, 1942S, 1943S (2), 1944S (2), 1945S (2), 1946E, 1946S, 1947E, 1947S, 1948E, 1948S (2), 1949E, 1949S, 1950E (2), 1950S, 1951E, 1951S, 1953E, 1959E, 1964E, 1965E, s (45) 1885, 1916, 1924 (2), 1920, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931 (2), 1938, 1939 (2), 1941, 1942, 1943, 1945, 1946, 1948 (4), 1949 (2), 1950, 1951 (2), 1953, 1954 (2), 1955, 1956 (2), 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962 (2), 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, s (40) 1886, 1898, 1900, 1902, 1907, 1912, 1913 (2), 1914 (2), 1915, 1916 (4), 1917 (3), 1919 (3), 1920 (3), 1922 (2), 1932 (2), 1933 (2), 1935 (5), 1937 (2), 1938 (2), 1940, s (7) 1941 (2), 1942 (23), 1944 (2), 1952, Pennies (3) 1797 (2) 1912H, (9), 1699 Date in Exergue, 1799, 1806 (3), 1807 (2), 1934, Halfpennies Contemporary Counterfeits 1774 (2) both approaching VF, scarce thus, Farthings (32) 1694, 1773, 1774, 1806, 1873, 1884, 1905, 1911, 1916, 1918, 1919, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1925, 1926, 1928, 1931, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1940, 1941 (2), 1944, 1945 (2), 1948 (2), 1949 (2), 1950, Farthing Contemporary Counterfeit (1) 1775, 1902, Anglesey 1787 Fine, Medal Astor County Festival 1860 Obverse: Archer and Rifleman, Reverse a rd, (Good Fine), Roman s (3) around Fine, World (50) Ireland (24) Penny Token 1813 J.Hilles, Dublin, Florins (2) 1962, 1964, Shillings (4) 1928, 1959, 1962, 1963, Sixpence 1939, Threepences (4) 1942, 1956, 1962 (2), Pennies (7) 1928, 1941, 1943, 1952, 1964, 1965, 1966, Issues (4) 1970, Pennies (3) 1971 (3), France (4) 1867A, 1923, 1903, 1916, Russia (2) 1813, 1822, South Africa Two Shillings 1896, India (2) 1835 (2), Switzerland 5 Rappen (2) 1887B, 1895B, Argentina 1897, Australia Sixpence 1950, USA 1976 Bicentenary, Hong Kong 1931, Jersey 1/12th Shilling 1945 Liberation, Denmark 1894 (h) VBP, Germany (3) 1888A, Third Reich s 1943B, s 1940B, Belgium 5 Francs 1941 DER BELGEN legend, Austria 10 1948, Azores 5 Reis 1901, Libya 2 1952, and a Bury St. Edmunds (1907) 21mm diameter in bronze, holed, in mixed circulated grades, generally in line with age
£360

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 167
Hammered Coins (2) Class 2b, N's in legend reversed, S.1386, 1.38 grammes. VF nicely toned with some light deposit on the reverse, Class 10B Bury s Mint S.1418. 1.28 grammes. Fine
£60 London Coins : A167 : Lot 402 : Pennies Edward I (2) Class 2b, N's in legend reversed, London Mint S.1386, 1.38 grammes. VF nic... London Coins : A167 : Lot 402 : Pennies Edward I (2) Class 2b, N's in legend reversed, London Mint S.1386, 1.38 grammes. VF nic...

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 163
Hammered Coins Long Cross (6) , moneyer Lucas, Bury s Mint, moneyer Ion, , moneyer Henri, London Mint, moneyer Nicole, Canter bury Mint, moneyer Gilbert ? (struck off-centre), , moneyer Nicole Fine to VF
£170

Auction 162
Tokens (6) Blything 1794 Suffolk Yeomanry DH19 GEF with traces of lustre, 1795 Scroll/Figure of Justice DH21 UNC or near so and lustrous, Bungay 1794 Bigods Castle/Figure of Justice DH22 GEF, Bury, Shield of Arms of /PD cypher above DH26 GEF with traces of lustre, Bury , Michael Apsey's, milled edge DH28, GEF and lustrous, Sudbury 1793 DH39 GEF and lustrous
£165

Auction 154
Hammered Coins (4) Mint (2) one with crozier reverse, Bury s Mint (2), Near Fine to Fine
£38

Auction 153
Tokens s and (38) comprising (11) Basinghall Street 136, Chancery Lane 516, Chancery Lane 517, Chick Lane 618, Cornhill 716, Cousin Lane 735, 738, Covent Garden 739, 1414, New Crane (Wapping) 1989, St.Katherines 2591, (5) Braintree 37, Epping 171, Much Clafton 251, Wivenhoe 344, (5) 50, Deptford 181, 200, Dover 220, 295, (4) Blewbury 14, 94, Reading 97, Reading 126, (2) 60, Chipping Norton 66, (2) Biggleswade 25, Potton 79, (2) Ely 112/3, March 154, Guildford 100, 60, Burnham 13, Shepton Mallet 210, Bury St.Edmunds 73, 125, 159, Bridlington Key 53 in mixed grades Fair to About Fine, some with attribution tickets
£220

Auction 153
Hammered Coins Long Cross with S.1372 Class 5f, Bury s Mint, moneyer Randulf, NVF with a flan crack
£60 London Coins : A153 : Lot 2135 : Penny Henry III Long Cross with sceptre S.1372 Class 5f, Bury St. Edmunds Mint, moneyer Randulf,  NV... London Coins : A153 : Lot 2135 : Penny Henry III Long Cross with sceptre S.1372 Class 5f, Bury St. Edmunds Mint, moneyer Randulf,  NV...

Auction 153
Tokens (4) City 1670 W.228, Norwich City Farthings 1667 (2) W.225, each VG, Thornham W.259 VG holed, (6) 1670 Town Arms (2) W.158/9 VG and NF, Sudbury Richard West W.343 NVG, LowestoftW.224 Town Arms, Fine, Saxmundham Nicholas Shepherd, , Fine, 1669 Halfpenny Edward Barnbe Fine with a long flan crack
£50

Auction 152
Hammered Coins , Voided Cross and Stars type S.1280 Bury s Mint (EDM) moneyer Acel, About Fine for issue with some weak areas, but much stronger than usually seen for this normally poorly struck issue, Very rare, our archive database shows that this is the first of this type we have offered
£360 London Coins : A152 : Lot 2027 : Penny Stephen, Voided Cross and Stars type S.1280 Bury St.Edmunds Mint (EDM) moneyer Acel, About Fin... London Coins : A152 : Lot 2027 : Penny Stephen, Voided Cross and Stars type S.1280 Bury St.Edmunds Mint (EDM) moneyer Acel, About Fin...

Auction 148
Tokens (10) 37, Bury St. Edmunds 46, Herringswell 152, 158/9, Ipswich 171, Lowestoft 226, Sudbury 343, Woodbridge 361, Woodbridge 369, Y 374 Fair to Fine with attribution tickets
£120

Auction 143
Hammered Coins Hammered (4) Including a short cross , RAVF ON SANTA, Rauf at Bury s mint, Henry III long cross penny NICOLE ON CANT, Nicole at mint, long cross penny, mint, no stops on reverse, and a mintmark lis. Possibly some rare classes among them, condition generally around NVF.
£140

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 139
Tokens (3) DH26D EF, (2) Spences undated DH676 one ed THE LAND IS OURS/LAND IN PARTNERSHIP Fine and NVF
£110 London Coins : A139 : Lot 1294 : Halfpennies 18th Century (3) Suffolk Bury St. Edmunds undated DH26D EF, Middlesex (2) Spences un... London Coins : A139 : Lot 1294 : Halfpennies 18th Century (3) Suffolk Bury St. Edmunds undated DH26D EF, Middlesex (2) Spences un...

Auction 138
Hammered Coins Hammered (4) An interesting group which represents the transition from short cross to cross and pellets coinage in during the , Class 5c SIMON ON CAN mint (N,971, S.1352) GF, very slight flan loss but a clear portrait, Penny Class 5a RICARD ON LVND mint (N.991/2, S.1367),VF and nicely toned, flan slightly crimped and the reverse a little off struck, Penny Class VI IOH ON SEINTED Bury s mint (N.1001, S.1377) Fine, the crude portrait mostly clear, probably from the , Penny Edward I Class 4d with pellet at beginning of Obv. and rev. legend Canterbury mint (N.1026, S.1419) GF and toned
£120

Auction 138
Hammered Coins Long Cross Coinage in the name of Class VI S.1377 North 1001 Class VI Bury s mint, moneyer IOH ONS EIN TED, weight 1.3 grammes, Fine (bought C.J.Martin 1983 £12)
£22 London Coins : A138 : Lot 1752 : Penny Edward I Long Cross Coinage in the name of Henry III Class VI S.1377 North 1001 Class VI Bury ... London Coins : A138 : Lot 1752 : Penny Edward I Long Cross Coinage in the name of Henry III Class VI S.1377 North 1001 Class VI Bury ...

Auction 138
Hammered Coins token in lead, Boy Bishops of Bury s (c.1500), weight 1.3 grammes, Fair with green patina (bought C.J.Martin 1989 £12.50)
£12 London Coins : A138 : Lot 1811 : Penny token in lead, Boy Bishops of Bury St. Edmunds (c.1500), weight 1.3 grammes, Fair ... London Coins : A138 : Lot 1811 : Penny token in lead, Boy Bishops of Bury St. Edmunds (c.1500), weight 1.3 grammes, Fair ...

Auction 123
Hammered Coins class 6c, moneyer Rauf on Bury s. Fine
£85

Auction 123
Hammered Coins Short Cross Bury s S.1356B moneyer NORMAN on SAN NVF
£50

Auction 119
Hammered Coins Hammered short cross . (1199-1216), class 5c, moneyer Rauf on . S.1352. Good fine, some slight pitting. , class 7, moneyer Simund on Bury s. S.1356A. About very fine. (2)
£120

Auction 119
Hammered Coins short cross (1216-47) Bury s mint, moneyer Simund class 6 & 7. Good fine to very fine. (2)
£80

Auction 119
Hammered Coins short cross (1216-47), class 7, moneyer Norman on SAN (Bury s). S.1356B. Very fine. Class 7, moneyer Simund on SANT (Bury s). S.1356B. About very fine. (2)
£42

Auction 118
Tokens , the of the late Joe Wakerley former proprietor of the Bury Bookshop Hatter Street, C17th (34) W 37, 39, 4
£950

Auction 116
Hammered Coins Hammered coins. s x 2, both , of Bury s. penny S.2226. 2 x long cross , bo
£185

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