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Auction 185
Tokens (8) Appledore 1794 Obverse: Man carrying sack to windmill/Lion and lamb lying together in standing corn, Edge: PAYABLE AT W.PECKHAM'S APPLEDORE, DH3, GVF, Brookland 1794 Obverse: The Kentish horse in a beaded oval, Reverse: A cypher IK, above it a fleece, Edge: PAYABLE BY THOMAS KING'S BROOKLAND, DH5, VF with a few small spots, 1795 Obverse: Side view of Canterbury cathedral, cypher in exergue below, Reverse: Shield of Arms of Canterbury, OUR KING AND COUNTRY LAWS AND TRADE, date with a Maltese Cross before and after, Edge: PAYABLE AT CANTERBURY, DH8, GVF with a die-flaw on the obverse, 1794 Obverse: Bust of William Pitt, right, THE.R.HON. W.PITT. LORD WARDEN CINQUE PORTS, Reverse: The Arms of Dover, CINQUE PORTS TOKEN PAYABLE AT DOVER, Edge: AT HORN'S LIBRARY, DH16, NEF, 1794 Obverse: An ancient sloop PAYABLE AT FEVERSHAM, Reverse: Shield of Arms of the Cinque Ports CINQUE PORTS HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT IOHN CROWSS COPPER SMITH, DH20, GVF, Hythe 794 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the Cinque Ports, CINQUE PORT HALFPENNY, Reverse: An ancient sloop, PAYABLE AT HYTH, Edge: AT RICHARD SHIPDEN'S, DH31, VF/GVF, 1795 Shield of Arms and supporters of the borough of Maidstone, MAIDSTONE above, HALFPENNY below, Reverse: View of a paper mill, PAYABLE BY J. SMYTH AT PADSOLE PAPER MILL, Edge: Milled, DH37, GVF or better, Romney 1794 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the Town of Romney, ROMNEY HALFPENNY TOKEN 1794, Reverse: A small antique sloop, THE SUCCESS, Edge: PAYABLE AT IOHN SAWYER'S ROMNEY, DH38, GVF or better with a small spot on the sloop
£140 London Coins : A185 : Lot 983 : Halfpennies 18th Century Kent (8) Appledore 1794 Obverse: Man carrying sack to windmill/Lion and lam... London Coins : A185 : Lot 983 : Halfpennies 18th Century Kent (8) Appledore 1794 Obverse: Man carrying sack to windmill/Lion and lam...

Auction 180
Tokens (6) Appledore 1794 Obverse: Man carrying sack to windmill, Reverse: Lion and lamb lying together in standing corn, Edge: PAYABLE AT W. FRIGGLES, GOUDHURST, DH3a, VF, Benenden 1794 Obverse: A wheatsheaf PEACE AND PLENTY, Reverse: Shield of Arms BENENDEN HALFPENNY, DH4 GVF, Dim 1794 Obverse: AS cypher W.P crest a lamb. ROMNEY MARSH HALFPENNY, Reverse: Figure of Justice standing. FOR THE HONOR AND USE OF TRADE, Edge: PAYABLE AT W. PARRIS DIMCHURCH, DH15 NEF, 1794 Obverse: An ancient sloop PAYABLE AT FEVERSHAM, Reverse: Shield of Arms of the Cinque Ports CINQUE PORT HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT IOHN CROWSS COPPER SMITH, DH20 NEF, Goudhurst 1794 Obverse: The Kentish Horse, KENT HALFPENNY TOKEN, Reverse: Reverse: Shield of Arms of the city of , Edge: PAYABLE BY W.MYN'S GOUDHURST, DH29 GVF, 1795 Obverse: Shield of Arms and supporters of the borough of Maidstone, Reverse: Figure of Justice standing, THE SPRING OF FREEDOM ENGLANDS BLESSING, Edge: PAYABLE BY HENRY OLIVER'S, DH36 GVF, (2) Croydon 1797 Obverse: a cypher D G. HALFPENNY PAYABLE AT GARRAWAYS CROYDON, Reverse: A teapot THE BEST TEAS IN CROYDON 1797 DH8 VF with some thin scratches on the obverse, Guildford , Obverse: The Arms of Guildford GUILDFORD HALFPENNY, Reverse: Three-quarter figure of Bishop Blaize, and woolpack, SUCCESS TO THE WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, DH9 GVF with traces of lustre
£200 London Coins : A180 : Lot 752 : Halfpennies 18th Century Kent (6) Appledore 1794 Obverse: Man carrying sack to windmill, Reverse: Li... London Coins : A180 : Lot 752 : Halfpennies 18th Century Kent (6) Appledore 1794 Obverse: Man carrying sack to windmill, Reverse: Li...

Auction 179
Tokens (8) Appledore 1794 Obverse: Man carrying sack to windmill/Lion and lamb lying together in standing corn, Edge: PAYABLE AT W. FRIGGLES, GOUDHURST, DH3a, VF, Benenden 1794 Obverse: A wheatsheaf PEACE AND PLENTY, Reverse: Shield of Arms BENENDEN HALFPENNY, DH4 GVF with a scratch on the obverse, Deptford 1795 Obverse: The Kentish Men meeting William the Conqueror, Reverse: The stern of the Royal George, with KENT HALFPENNY date and TDH below, Edge: PAYABLE AT THO'S HAYCRAFTS DEPTFORD, DH13, GVF, 1794 Obverse: Bust of William Pitt, right, THE.R.HON. W.PITT. LORD WARDEN CINQUE PORTS, Reverse: The Arms of Dover, Edge: AT HORN'S LIBRARY, DH16, NEF, 1794 Obverse: An ancient sloop PAYABLE AT FEVERSHAM, Reverse: Shield of Arms of the Cinque Ports CINQUE PORTS HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT IOHN CROWSS COPPER SMITH, DH20, Near EF with an inked number on the obverse, Goudhurst 1794 Obverse: The Kentish Horse, KENT HALFPENNY TOKEN, Reverse: Reverse: Shield of Arms of the city of , Edge: PAYABLE BY W.MYN'S GOUDHURST, DH29, NEF with some spots on the reverse, Rare, Hythe 1794 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the Cinque Ports, CINQUE PORT HALFPENNY, Reverse: An ancient sloop, PAYABLE AT HYTH, Edge: AT RICHARD SHIPDEN'S, DH31, GVF, 1795 Obverse: Shield of Arms and supporters of the borough of Maidstone, Reverse: Figure of Justice standing, THE SPRING OF FREEDOM ENGLANDS BLESSING, Edge: PAYABLE BY HENRY OLIVER'S, DH36, NEF with some light porosity
£160

Auction 179
Tokens (8) Benenden 1794 Obverse: A wheatsheaf PEACE AND PLENTY, Reverse: Shield of Arms BENENDEN HALFPENNY, DH4, NEF, 1794 Obverse: Side view of Canterbury cathedral, CANTERBURY TOKEN below, Reverse: Shield of Arms of Canterbury, Edge: PAYABLE AT JAMES ROBERTSON'S, DH7, NEF with traces of lustre, Canterbury 1795 Obverse: Side view of Canterbury cathedral, cypher in exergue below, Reverse: Shield of Arms of Canterbury, OUR KING AND COUNTRY LAWS AND TRADE, date with a Maltese Cross before and after, Edge: PAYABLE AT CANTERBURY, DH8, NEF, Deptford 1795 Obverse: The Kentish men meeting William the Conqueror, Reverse: The stern of the Royal George, with KENT HALFPENNY date and TDH below, Edge: PAYABLE AT DEPTFORD CHATHAM AND DOVER, DH13a, NEF, Dym 1794 Obverse: A cypher WP, crest, a lamb, ROMNEY MARSH HALFPENNY, Reverse: Figure of Justice standing FOR THE HONOR AND USA OF TRADE, Edge: PAYABLE AT W.PARRIS DIMCHURCH, DH15, NEF/GVF the reverse with a faint inked number in the field, 1794 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the city of , below, on a label, SUSSEX, FOR CHANGE NOT FRAUD, Reverse: Shield of Arms of Canterbury, KENT HALFPENNY TOKEN, Edge: PAYABLE AT I.GIBBS LAMBERHURST, DH35, NEF, 1795 Shield of Arms and supporters of the borough of Maidstone, MAIDSTONE above, HALFPENNY below, Reverse: View of a paper mill, PAYABLE BY J. SMYTH AT PADSOLE PAPER MILL, Edge: Milled, DH37, EF or near so with traces of lustre, Tenterden 1796 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the Brewer's Company, TENTERDEN HALFPENNY 1796, Reverse: A horse and dray, and part of a brewhouse, in exergue: TO CHEER OUR HEARTS, Edge: PAYABLE AT T CLOAKES BREW HOUSE, DH42, GVF
£140

Auction 179
Tokens (8) 1794 Obverse: Side view of Canterbury cathedral, CANTERBURY TOKEN below, Reverse: Shield of Arms of Canterbury, Edge: PAYABLE AT JAMES ROBERTSON'S, DH7, EF with traces of lustre and a few small spots, Deptford 1795 Obverse: The Kentish Men meeting William the Conqueror, Reverse: The stern of the Royal George, with KENT HALFPENNY date and TDH below, Edge: PAYABLE AT THO'S HAYCRAFTS DEPTFORD, DH13, NEF with traces of lustre, 1794 Obverse: Bust of William Pitt, right, THE.R.HON. W.PITT. LORD WARDEN CINQUE PORTS, Reverse: The Arms of Dover, Edge: AT HORN'S LIBRARY, DH16, GVF/NEF, 1794 Obverse: An ancient sloop PAYABLE AT FEVERSHAM, Reverse: Shield of Arms of the Cinque Ports CINQUE PORTS HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT IOHN CROWSS COPPER SMITH, DH20, GVF, Goudhurst 1794 Obverse: The Kentish Horse, KENT HALFPENNY TOKEN, Reverse: Reverse: Shield of Arms of the city of Canterbury, Edge: PAYABLE BY W.MYN'S GOUDHURST, DH29, About VF, Rare, 1795 Obverse: Shield of Arms and supporters of the borough of Maidstone, Reverse: Figure of Justice standing, THE SPRING OF FREEDOM ENGLANDS BLESSING, Edge: PAYABLE BY HENRY OLIVER'S, DH36, NEF with a thin scratch on the obverse and an old inked number on the reverse, Maidstone 1795 Shield of Arms and supporters of the borough of Maidstone, MAIDSTONE above, HALFPENNY below, Reverse: View of a paper mill, PAYABLE BY J. SMYTH AT PADSOLE PAPER MILL, Edge: Milled, DH37, NEF/EF, Tenterden 1796 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the Brewer's Company, TENTERDEN HALFPENNY 1796, Reverse: A horse and dray, and part of a brewhouse, in exergue: TO CHEER OUR HEARTS, Edge: PAYABLE AT T CLOAKES BREW HOUSE, DH42, Near EF
£120

Auction 173
Tokens (9) Appledore - John Bourne 1669 W1, Fair/Fine, holed, Halfpenny - John Cardon 1656 W47 Fair, Halfpenny Canterbury - James Cheever W50 VG/Fair, Halfpenny Canterbury - Thomas Field 1666 W57 Fair, Halfpenny Canterbury - Thomas Jennings W61 About Fine, Halfpenny Canterbury - Francis Maplisden W63 About Fine, Canterbury - Walter Maplisden 1666 W65 Good Fine, Halfpenny Canterbury Jeremiah Masterson W66 (Octagonal) VG, Farthing Canterbury W.E.M at the Three Kings W81 Fine, all with attributions
£150

Auction 172
Tokens (21) North 1793 Reverse: Harp 31 Acorns, 14 to left and 17 to right DH8 Fine, - Obv: A bottle, Reverse: Figure of Hope standing points to the letter Y in the legend DH24 Good Fine/Fine, - Northampton 1794 Obv: George Jobson, Banker, Rev: A Castle and Lion Good Fine with a spot on the obverse, - 1791 Paley's Obv: Bishop Blaze, with comb to centre of the E and to the end of the R, Rev: Shield of Arms crested by an owl, DH 46 Fine, - 1791 Obv: Helmeted bust right, Rev: Shield of Arms, Edge PAYABLE AT THE OFFICE OF W. TAYLOR R.V. MOODY LTD. DH89 NVF, - Banbury undated Obv: Bust three-quarters facing, Rev: The Sun, Edge: PAYABLE AT BANBURY OXFORD OR READING DH1 Good Fine, (2) - Wilkinson 1788 Curved 1, straight 7, with stop after R. DH375 Near Fine/Fine, 1792 Wilkinson's Contemporary Counterfeit Obv: Distinctive crude bust right, Edge: PAYABLE AT ANGLESEY LONDON OR LIVERPOOL DH453 Near Fine, (3) 1795 Allen's Obv: Shield of Arms, Rev: A different shield of Arms, Edge: PAYABLE IN CHANDO STREET COVENT GARDEN DH246 Good Fine, 1795 Lackington's Obv: Bust to right, Rev: Figure of Fame blowing a trumpet, Edge: Milled to left DH357a Fine, 1795 ic Obv: Bust right, Rev: Shield of Arms with supporters Edge: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR LONDON VG/Fine, (4) 1794 Obv: View of Canterbury Cathedral, Rev: Shield of Arms of the City, Edge: PAYABLE AT JAMES ROBERTSONS DH7 Good Fine, Canterbury 1795 Obv: View of the Cathedral with E.P cypher in exergue, Rev: Shield of Arms of the City, Edge: PAYABLE AT CANTERBURY DH8 Fine, 1794 Obv: An ancient sloop, Rev: Shield of Arms of the Cinque Ports Edge: PAYABLE AT JOHN CROWSS COPPER SMITH DH20 Fine, undated Obv: An ancient sloop, Rev: Shield of Arms of the Cinque Ports, Edge: PAYABLE AT THOMAS BUNDOCKS DH39 Fine, (6) 1791 Obv: , Rev: Shield of Arms DH11 Fine/Good Fine, Lancaster 1792 Obv: John of Gaunt with hexagonal star below the bust, Rev: Shield of Arms, Edge: PAYABLE IN LONDON BRISTOL & LANCASTER DH30 Good Fine/Fine, Lancaster 1794 Obv: John of Gaunt, with star under bust, Rev: Shield of Arms, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL DH41 Good Fine, Lancaster 1794 Obv: John of Gaunt, Rev: Shield of Arms Edge: PAYABLE AT W.GYE'S PRINTER BATH DH46a Good Fine, 1792 Edge: PAYABLE AT THE WARHOUSE OF THOMAS CLARKE DH96 Fine, 1793 Obv: A porter carrying a pack, Rev: Shield of Arms, Edge: Engrailed DH 135e Fine, - County 1795 Obv: Beehive and Bees, Reverse: A Druid's head, Edge: Milled DH 36 Fine
£120

Auction 172
Tokens - (7) James Cheever 1664 W.50 Fair, Halfpenny Thomas Enfield 1666 W.54 Fair, Halfpenny Thomas Feld W.57 VG, M.K. AT the Ship W.62 Fine, Halfpenny 1666 Francis Near Fine, Walter Maplisden W.65 Fair, Halfpenny 1664 Thomas Mayne W.67VG/Fine
£100 London Coins : A172 : Lot 717 : 17th Century Kent - Canterbury (7) Halfpenny James Cheever 1664 W.50 Fair, Halfpenny Thomas Enfield ... London Coins : A172 : Lot 717 : 17th Century Kent - Canterbury (7) Halfpenny James Cheever 1664 W.50 Fair, Halfpenny Thomas Enfield ...

Auction 166
Tokens (18) Brookland 1671, W.39 John Eve. . W.77/8, Sibb Smith, undated, Thomas Parkson Deal W.154, undated Moyses and Potter Deal W.158, 1651 CD AT THE LEOPOLDVS W.209, Eltham W.248, (3) Iacob Parsonn W.301, A.M.W At the San W.306, John Watson W.308, At The George in , Greenwich W.314, Robert Hovend, Harrietsham W.346, 1656 Danill Pickley W.501, W.524 John Milway, , Nathll Owen 1669 Octagonal (holed) , Sittingbourne W.525 Thomas Pearce, 1650 Thomas Johnson Sturry W.542/3, John Solley Wingham W.569, Charles Allfrey Wrotham W.579 in mixed grades Poor to Fine, many with attributions
£180

Auction 166
Tokens (12) , , Sibb Smith W.77/8 VG. , Iacob Parsson 1651 W.302 About Fine. Gravesend, Iohn Watson 1653 W.308 VG. , undated, E.B At The George W.314/7 VG. Lydd 1662 3 Cloves W.377 NVG. undated, James Ruse W.385 VG. Maidstone, undated, Richard Wicking W.397 Fair., , undated, Ioseph Mackrith W.410 Fair. Milton-next-, undated, William Bissy W.430 VG. Alice Cobham 1651 W.464 NVG. Rochester Ioseph Travers 1666 W.478 VG. Sturry 1650 Thomas Iohnson W.542/3 Fine, all with the respective attributions
£130

Auction 163
Tokens (6) - Emsworth 1795 Earl Howe/ ship left, , or edge DH30 EF, - Stortford 1795 Shield of Arms, Crest and Motto/View of a river with barges GEF toned, (2) Hawkhurst 1794 CGH cypher and wheatsheaf/Kentish horse in a shield, edge Charles Hider DH30 EF, 1794 Shield of Arms of /Shield of Arms of DH35 EF, (2) 1794 Standing Britannia with Lion below/Demi lion on shield, a cypher within, Demi-lion's tail further from the H of HALFPENNY DH5 GVF, Spalding 1794 Standing Britannia with Lion below/Demi Lion on shield, a cypher within, Demi-lion's tail further from the H of HALFPENNY, edge I.IORDANS SPALDING & HOLBEACH DH6a GEF
£120

Auction 156
Tokens (5) Benenden 1794 Wheatsheaf/Arms DH4 Fine, scarce, Deal 1794 Ship/Arms DH11 About VF, (3) 1794 Arms/Cathedral DH7 VF, 1795 Arms/Cathedral, stop after TOKEN DH8 EF,1795 Arms/Cathedral DH9 No stop after TOKEN GVF
£65

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 152
Tokens (36) 18 (holed), (8) 50 James Cheever, 56 Anthony Fagg, 58 Edward Fray, 63 Francis Maplisden, 76 Richard Smith, 77/8 Sibb Smith, 79 Will Terrey, 81 The Three Kings, (2) 102 John Terell, 106 Francis Sanders, Deal (4) 145 William Brothers, 148 James Coston, 158 Moyses Potter, 161 Peter Underwood, (6) 203 ICM, 209 At the Leopovldvs, 213 Thomas Fidg, 223 Thomas Kite, 225 John Parker, 230 Thomas Sharnel, 277 Francis Waterman, 308 John Watson, (3) 385 James Ruse, 389 Richard Walker, 397 Richard Wicking, 398 James Wolball, Milto-ext- 432 William Covall, Minster 436 John Dyer, (3) 458 Art Brooker, 463 Alice Cobham, 478 Joseph Travers, 535 Philip Ewer, Sturry 542 Thomas Johnson, Sutton Valence 546 John Bvrkhvest, Tenterden 551 James Mead Fair to Fine, many Fine, along with 17th Century Great Torrington 1668 Fleur-de-Lis in water W.341 (5) VG to Near Fine
£390

Auction 141
Tokens (25) 3, 4, 18, Bromley 38, 49, 50, 51, 54, 55, 58, 61, 69, 77, 94, 101, 104, 106, 110, 115, Deal 148/9, 154, 158, 159, 161, Deptford 184 Fair to Fine with attribution tickets
£550

Auction 137
Tokens Tokens a (77) 3, 42, 47, 50, 51, 52, 56, 58, 63, 69, 77, 79, 104, 106, 137, Deal 144, 148, 156, 158, Deptford 184, 200, 202, 205, 209, 212, 213, 218, 223, 224, 230, 239, 240, 243, 276, 297, 301, 335, Harrietsham 346, Ightham 363, Lenham 372, 381, 385, 389, 390, 393, 397, 398, Milton-Next-Gravesend 414, 426, 430, Queensborough 451, 460, 463, 464, 465, 470, 472, 475, 478, 490, 496, 497, 498, 501, 504, 516, 524, Smarden 528, 532, 534, 536, 541, Sturry 542/3, Westerham 563/4, Westgate 567, Wingham 569, Wye 582, the majority with old attribution tickets Fair to Fine
£1,000

Auction 137
Tokens a high grade group (5) 1791 DH406a EF, Arms of and DH35 GEF, 1794 M.Lambe and Son Tea Dealers and Grocers DH50 EF, Bury 1795 Charles Guest's Auctioneers DH30 About EF, 1795 Kempson's Birmingham Theatre EF
£115

Auction 105
Tokens s 1666 Philip Ewer of , 1652 Edward Hope Devizes, Walter Maplis , Robert Heath of , 1659 William Disrett , P
£90

Auction 104
Tokens s () (6) 1666 Samuel Wood D18, James Cheever 1663 (1/2d) D50, Martha Ford 1659 D212 and Ro
£70

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