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Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 180
Tokens and s (14) (4) Farthing William Hardin W.92 VG, Dover Farthing 1651 AT THE LEOPOVLDS W.209/10 Bold Fine, Dover Farthing undated Thomas Fidg W.213 Near Fine, Farthing 1656 Ralph Warde W.391 Near Fine, Midhurst Farthing John Shotter W.137 VG, Lambourn Farthing 1652 Henry Knighton W.41 Fair, Romford undated Will Willis W.270 Fair, 1666 Town - FOR YE POORES BENEFIT W.12 Near Fine, Royston Farthing James Partrich W.165 Fair, Brentford (2) undated Farthing W.C (M) At the King's Arms W.13 Fair, Brentford Farthing 1651 John Moore W.19 VG, Diss Halfpenny 1669 Town Arms W.27 VG, Oxford Farthing 1652 The Mayor, City Arms W.111/2 Fair, Stanton Farthing Thomas Goffw W.303 Fair
£160

Auction 180
Tokens GB and World Tokens (22) a varied group as follows: Australia Penny Tokens (2) 1855 E.De Carle & Co. Melbourne, Victoria KM#Tn55 Good Fine, (1849) Annan, Smith & Co Melbourne, Victoria, No H&S on rock, KM#Tn16.2 Good Fine, New Zealand Penny Token undated S.Hague Smith Auckland, KM#Tn63 VG, GB 1668 Thomas Godleman W48 Fair, Sussex - Token 1811 Davis 9 Fine, gilded, Halfpenny - Wilkinson 1791 DH352 Fine, Halfpenny Political and Social Series 1795 DH1018, Fine/Near Fine, Canada (6) New Brunswick Penny 1843 Near Fine/Fine, New Brunswick Halfpenny 1843 Fine, pitted, Quebec Halfpenny 'Un Sou' 1852 NVF, Nova Scotia 1832 VG, Nova Scotia Halfpenny 1815 SUCESS TO NAVIGATION & TRADE Fine, Upper Canada - Bank of Upper Canada Penny 1857 Good Fine, ed (2) Lloyds Weekly Newspaper (2) the first on a host coin Ireland Penny George III, the second on a GB Halfpenny 1807 both with countermark Fine, host coins both Poor, USA Cent - Hard Times Token 1837 Henry Anderson Boot and Shoe Store , Square, New , VF and pleasing, Token undated, IOSEPH ISAACS, FRUIT SALESMAN, SPITALFIELDS Fine, GB Joseph Moore Bimetallic VG holed, Token 1897 BOVRIL - Souvenir of the Longest Reign, Queen Victoria , VF, Berry's Tea Warehouse, Chichester 'EIGHT OF THESE WILL BUY AN OZ OF TEA' Fine, holed, weight undated, with 1 . 7 on either side, Fine, Ancient - Kings of Syria, Selukid Ae4 VG, s (2) Preliminaries of Peace between Great Britain and France 1801 25mm diameter in bronze, BHM 514 Fine, South Africa International Exhibition 1877 Prize Medal awarded to S.Allcock Coy Redditch 39mm diameter in bronze EF
£130

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 174
World Banknotes World Banknotes (301) includes examples from , (includes ), , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , - , , , , , , , , Rhodesia, , , , includes some larger size notes, in mixed graded with many of the modern issues in UNC, Russia - Petrograd Bills for foreign exchange (2) both for £5000 sterling dated 12/25 August 1917 Fine with cancellation holes, Traveller's s (6) £50 (1981), Lloyds Bank £20 (1975), National Bank £10 (1964), National Provincial Bank £5 (1964)(3) VF to EF
£420

Auction 169
World Banknotes The of , & Pick 55a ( Illustrated Catalogue of Hong Kong Currency S12, KNB34a) and a very FIRST date for this type 1st July 1931 with 1 printed & 1 hand signed signature serial number T/G 029439, original GVF - about EF and an Exceptionally Rare note especially in this high grade for this very first date of issue. The note in black and red on light red and green underprint featuring a portrait of a helmeted warrior at left and the Royal Coat of Arms at centre on obverse. The reverse with an illustration of rice field farmers at work and pagoda building. Printed by Waterlow & Sons Limited London and watermarked with a helmeted warrior same as on obverse facing left. A very tough to acquire seldom offered example of this early first date for this type and perhaps one of the very few high-grade examples seen if not the highest. According to our research no examples of this date have been offered in grades above VF in fact the Population report indicates only 32 recorded examples of this type at the time of writing with none above Choice VF 35 with the majority between VF20 and VF30, the only 1 highest graded being Choice VF35 EPQ. According to the story this note had been hiding away in a big and old late 1800's book in the possession and gifted to the owner's family from the time of their grandfather and his sister (grandmother). They were based in Chatham and the grandfather was wor for the Navy at the time, serving regular tours to China, Hong Kong and general and the grandfather's sister lived in Hong Kong with her husband who unfortunately passed away in one of Hong Kong's major s after which she returned to the UK. It is uncertain which of the two was the book containing this note gifted to and who had brought it back, but it is certain that this note is a fabulous and Rare find
£4,800 London Coins : A169 : Lot 195 : Hong Kong The Chartered Bank of India, Australia & China 10 Dollars Pick 55a (Mars Illustrated C... London Coins : A169 : Lot 195 : Hong Kong The Chartered Bank of India, Australia & China 10 Dollars Pick 55a (Mars Illustrated C...

Auction 166
Medals group of Four awarded to Pte. CH16430 Frederick Edwards R.M.L.I comprising R.M. Brigade, Medal 1914-1920 R.M.L.I, Medal R.M.L.I, and Royal and Medal Type (2nd Type Obverse) MNE. R.F.R. GVF-NEF. Pte.Edwards joined in in 1909 and was sent to Deal Depot. He joined the 9th () Battalion RMLI , and, as part of the Brigade, served at the of Antwerp in 1914, and was part of the ary Force in Dardanelles and Gallipoli (Feb 1915-March 1916). Comes with copies of Pte. Edwards service record
£190

Auction 165
Tokens Magazine Tokens by John Kirk (4) 1772 Duke of . 1773 Lord . 1773 , Queen of Great Britain. 1774 Marquis of Granby. Good Fine to GVF
£36

Auction 160
World Banknotes GB and in an album (56), (5), Bank of (21) including Peppaitt, O'Brien, , , , , , & , some First Run issues noted, Commonwealth and GB including , , , Ireland, , St. , , , and , some higher denominations seen, mixed grades with many UNC, viewing recommended
£800

Auction 156
Tokens (17) (6) William Hardin 92, John Jeffery 94, 98, 99, Walter Ramsden 104, Robert Smith 107, William Campian 460, Robert ill 462, Alice Cobham 463, 464, John Kennon 468, Anthony Lovell 470, Richard Newbery 474, Thomas Palmer 475, Edward Shelley 476, Joseph Travers 478, Gilbert Young 480 VG to Near Fine
£340

Auction 156
World Banknotes World group (37) includes £5 1983 series A and 2005 low number B000564, St 50p and £1, Indo- , , , , and , all in high grades, mostly UNC
£130

Auction 155
World Cased s (27) 1968, 1969 Cook , 1970 Visit, 1971, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 Royal Visit, 1982 Takahe, 1983 50th of the Coinage, 1984, 1985 Black Stilt, 1986 Kakapo, 1987 National Parks Centennial, 1988 Yellow Eyed Penguin, 1989 Games, 1990, 1991 , 1992, 1993 fisher, 1994, 1995 Tui, 1996 Kaka, One Dollar Silver Proofs 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1977 Day/, 1978 25th Anniversary/Parliament, 1979, 1980, 1981 Royal Visit, 1982 Takahe, 1983 Royal Visit, 1983 50th Anniversary of Coinage, 1984 Chatham Island Black Robin, 1985 Black Robin, 1986 Kakapo, 1986 Royal Visit, 1987 National Parks, 1988 Yellow-eyed Penguin, FDC in the boxes of issue, Proof Set 1990 a 5-coin set in silver One Dollar to Five Cents all in silver FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Coin and Banknote set 1996 II 70th birthday Banknote Twenty Dollars ER001800 UNC and Five Dollars 1996 Silver Proof FDC in the case of issue with certificate, along with Proof sets (2) these stuck to the case linings we think dated 1972 and 1973 (dates on the card certificates) these nFDC
£400

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 151
Tokens (7) , 1667 Ambrose Galloway W112 Near Fine, Southwark Crucifix Lane Thomas Adamson W218 Fair, W105 TS VG, brigg 1668 Robert Trowan W48 Fair, , Watlington Thomas Greendovne D216 SugarLoaf/Vintner's brush Fair, Rare, Groton James Warwell 1668 D136 strong Fine, Dorking 1663 William Penfold W53VG or better, patinated
£150

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 139
World Cased Five Dollars (5) 1996 , 2001 Kereru Silver Proof, 2002 s Cup Silver Proof, 2003 50th Silver Proof with highlighting, 2003 Giant Kokopu Silver Proof with selected gold plating, (3) 1975 Silver Proof, 1978 Coronation 25th Anniversary Silver Proof, 1981 Visit Silver Proof FDC in the cases of issue with certificates, Ten Dollars 1997 Gabriels Gully Aluminium BU in the case of issue with certificate, s (10) 1974 New Zealand Day (3), 1977 Day, 1980 50th Anniversary of Coinage, 1984 Chatham Island Black Robin, 1986 Royal Visit (3) UNC in slide cases, New Zealand Year Set 1997 UNC in the case of issue, New Zealand Five Dollars a 4-coin set 1998 New Zealand Pride UNC in the wallet of issue, New Zealand 1997 Saddleback UNC in the wallet of issue
£170

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 125
World Banknotes Bank of Pittsylvania $5 dated 1881, issued in Chatham, State of , some edge staining, Fine
£34

Auction 122
World Banknotes $10 National Currency series 1902, The Chatham & Phenix of , FR632, almost Fine
£80

Auction 121
Bonds and Shares , 5 railway share transfer certificates, North Midland Co., 1839, and North Eastern Railway Co., 1847, London, & Railway Co., 1866, South Railway and River Dun Co., 1856, and South Yorkshire, and Goole Railway Co., 1850, mostly VF. (5).
£75

Auction 121
Bonds and Shares , 3 railway certificates, & Co., City Lines Sh, certificate for preferred share, 1864, , & Railway, certificate for five shares, 1845, and Great Northern Railway Co., certificate for one share, 1846, mostly VF. (3).
£40

Auction 116
World Banknotes World assortment (18) mostly plastic issues from (4), , , , and a Chatham Island group, a
£50

Auction 111
World Banknotes ten s National Currency for Chatham & Trust Company, dated 1915 (series of 1902), about Fine
£50

Auction 105
World Banknotes World recent issues in (12) including Unc
£22

Auction 104
World Banknotes World recent issues in (7) including Unc
£14

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