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Auction 183
Tokens (2) - Deddington, 1653 Thomas Nutt, Dickinson 82, Fine with some pitting, - , William Taylor, Dickinson 229, Fair with some scratches
£30 London Coins : A183 : Lot 639 : 17th Century (2) Farthing Oxfordshire- Deddington, 1653 Thomas Nutt, Dickinson 82, Fine with some pi... London Coins : A183 : Lot 639 : 17th Century (2) Farthing Oxfordshire- Deddington, 1653 Thomas Nutt, Dickinson 82, Fine with some pi...

Auction 181
Tokens s and (6) (6) Banbury Farthing Benjamin Hibberdine W10/11 VG, Banbury Farthing 1652 John Vivers W24 Fair, Banbury Farthing 1651 James Wagstaffe W26 VG, Banbury William Wagstaffe W28 Fair, Burford Farthing Thomas Mathews W48 Fair, Thame Farthing William Tripp W206 Fair, all attributed and with tickets
£60

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 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 (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 180
Tokens (8) (2) Devizes 1796 Obverse: Shield of Arms THE ARMS OF THE TOWN OF DEVIZES, Reverse: A stag I. BASTER. DEVIZES WILTS, date in exergue below, , DH2c GVF/VF Rare, 1796 Obverse: View of a CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF SARUM , Reverse: The Grocer's Arms with supporters FINE TEAS &c. Date below, DH21 About EF and lustrous, - 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 EF with traces of lustre, - 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 NEF/GVF, - 1794 Obverse: left JOHN OF GAUNT DUKE OF LANCASTER, Reverse: Shield of Arms HALFPENNY 1794, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL DH43 NEF, (3) 1795 Obverse: A filtering stone FOR PURIFYING WATER, date 1795 in exergue, Reverse: THE FILTERING STONE WAREHOUSE * COVENTRY STREET LONDON. DH292 EF with traces of lustre, Political and Social Series - Hardy 1794 Obverse: Bust to left TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON Exergue: T.HARDY 1794, Reverse: ACQUITTED / BY HIS / JURY COUNSEL / HON. T. ERSKINE / V.GIBBS ESQr. In five lines, DH1028, GVF Rare, Richardson's 1795 Obverse: A figure of Fortune standing between two lottery wheels, NOTHING VENTURE NOTHING HAVE. Reverse: AT THE OFFICES OF RICHARDSON GOODLUCK & Co No.12807 THE LAST PRIZE OF £30,000 SHARED WAS SOLD IN SIXTEENTHS, DH467 GVF
£140

Auction 180
Tokens (8) - Leighton Buzzard 1794 Obverse: A girl making lace LACE MANUFACTORY, Reverse: A lamb PAY AT LEIGHTON BIRKHAMSTEAD OR LONDON, Edge: CHAMBERS, LANGSTON HALL & Co. DH3c Near EF with traces of lustre and some dark toning in places, - 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, 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, - 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 GVF, - 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 VF, shire - Perth 1797 Obverse: A spirit still and casks in a circle of dots PAYABLE AT DAVID PETERS WINE & SPIRIT SHOP, Reverse: The Arms of Perth and motto PRO REGE LEGE ET GREGE, upon a label, with a sprig of flowers at each end. PERTH HALFPENNY 1797, Edge: Diagonally milled, DH10 VF, - 1796 Harrison's, Obverse: A cypher H H with a small ornament at top and bottom, Reverse: An anchor dividing the date H.HARRISON ST. LEONARDS EDIN. DH20 VF with some flan flaws, Lothian - Edinburgh 1796 Obverse: A filtering stone FOR PURIFYING WATER, date in exergue, Reverse: A bunch of grapes in a shield, between s, DH1 GVF
£120

Auction 180
Tokens (8) (3) - Brownbill's 1793 Obverse: Bust of Bishop Blaze right, SUCCESS TO THE YORKSHIRE WOOLLEN MANUFACTORY, Reverse: A view of Leeds Cloth Hall, LEEDS HALFPENNY, date in exergue, Edge: PAYABLE AT H. BROWNBILL'S SILVERSMITH, DH41, NEF, 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 NEF, 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, - 1792 Obverse, A three quarter length figure of Bishop Blaize, Reverse: Shield of Arms with date below EXETER HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF SAMUEL KINGDON, DH2 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 GVF, - 1791 Obverse: Helmeted Bust to right SR. BEVOIS SOUTHAMPTON, Reverse: Shield of Arms, PROMISSORY HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE OFFICE OF W. TAYLOR R.V. MOODY & CO, DH89 NEF/GVF, (2) 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 VF, Davidson's 1795 Obverse: A female seated holding a sword, and a shield bearing the Arms of , a distant view of St. Paul's SISE LANE HALFPENNY, Reverse: A upon a triangle, held by two hands, Br. CONSTITUTION radiated in the centre KING . LORDS . COMMONS, Cross touches IN of KING, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF T&R DAVIDSON'S, DH295 NEF
£120

Auction 180
Tokens (3) - 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 NEF, - Obverse: A figure of Hope standing, PROSPERITY TO OLD ENGLAND Reverse: A bottle, MORE TRADE AND FEWER TAXES, , DH23b, VF, - 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 EF, Non-Local British Naval Halfpenny 1812 Withers 1590, VF with pitted surfaces, 19th Century - 1812 Margaret's Buildings, no periods after C, I and J on the reverse Davis 17, Fine, listed as Very Rare by Davis
£75

Auction 179
Tokens (8) - Leighton Buzzard 1794 Obverse: A girl making lace LACE MANUFACTORY, Reverse: A lamb, PAY AT LEYTON BERKHAMSTEAD OR LONDON, Edge: CHAMBERS LANGSTON HALL & CO, DH3c,About EF, - 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, GEF with traces of lustre, - 1793 Obverse: Shield of Arms of the borough of Shrewsbury, SHREWSBURY HALFPENNY 1793 Reverse: woolpack SALOP WOOLLEN MANUFACTORY, Edge: PAYABLE AT SHREWSBURY, DH22, GVF with some old scratches by the date, - Nottingham Obverse: DONALD & Co / STOCKING / MANUFACTURERS / WHOLESALE & / RETAIL in five lines within an oval, Reverse: A beehive and bees within a circle, No 29 BULL STREET BIRMINGHAM 1792, , DH8, NEF, - Guildford Obverse: The Arms of Guildford, GUILDFORD HALFPENNY, Reverse: three-quarter length figure of Bishop Blaize, and a woolpack, SUCCESS TO THE WOOLLEN MANUFACTORY, Plain edge, DH9, GVF with a thin scratch on the reverse, - 1792, Obverse, A three quarter length figure of Bishop Blaize, Reverse: Shield of Arms with date below EXETER HALFPENNY, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF SAMUEL KINGDON, DH2, GVF, - 1796 Obverse: View of a CATHEDRAL CHURCH Exergue: OF SARUM, Reverse: The Grocer's arms and supporters, FINE TEAS &c. 1796 below, Edge: PAYABLE AT I & T SHARPES SALISBURY DH21, NEF, - Leek 1793 Obverse: A caduceus, supported by a large bale of goods, LEEK COMMERCIAL HALFPENNY 1793, small 3 in date, Reverse: Two hands d, and a olive branch, ARTE FAVENTE NIL DESPERANDUM, berry on underside of first leaf, Edge: PAYABLE AT LEEK STAFFORDSHIRE, DH13, NEF
£140

Auction 179
Tokens (8) - 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, NEF with some tone spots, - South Shields Obverse: A figure of Faith standing, holding a book, SOUTH SHIELDS HALFPENNY 1794. Reverse: A ship SUCCESS TO THE COAL TRADE, Edge: PAYABLE AT SOUTH SHIELDS AND LONDON, DH4, NEF with a thin scratch on the obverse, - Nottingham Obverse: DONALD & Co / STOCKING / MANUFACTURERS / WHOLESALE & / RETAIL in five lines within an oval, Reverse: A beehive and bees within a circle, No 29 BULL STREET BIRMINGHAM 1792, , DH8, GVF, (2) Emsworth 1795 Obverse: bust left, EARL HOWE & THE FIRST OF JUNE 1794, Reverse: Small ship left THE WOODEN WALLS OF OLD EDNGLAND. Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH30, GVF with some small tone spots, Go 1794 Obverse: Helmeted bust of Sir Bevois, PROMISSORY HALFPENNY. Reverse: Large ship PRO BONO PUBLICO, ship's mast points to the centre of the O, Edge: PAYABLE AT I.IORDENS DRAPER GOSPORT, DH41, NEF/GVF, (3) Fowler's 1794 Obverse: Head of Neptune with trident, HALFPENNY, Reverse: Whale fishery, PAYABLE AT L. FOWLERs LONDON, Exergue WHALE FISHERY 1794, DH306, NEF with some tone spots, Richardson's 1795 Obverse: A figure of Fortune standing between two lottery wheels, NOTHING VENTURE NOTHING HAVE. Reverse: AT THE OFFICES OF RICHARDSON GOODLUCK & Co No.12807 THE LAST PRIZE OF £30,000 SHARED WAS SOLD IN SIXTEENTHS, DH467, EF, National Series 1795 Obverse: Bust right FREDk DUKE OF YORK HALFPENNY 1795, Reverse: A man-of war sailing to left THE WOODEN WALLS OF OLD ENGLAND, Edge: PAYABLE AT LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH985, GVF
£140

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 170
Tokens Tokens from an old (26) and , also includes a few coins (219) , the 17th Century includes , , , , , , shire, , , , , the 18th Century includes examples from , , , , , Essex, Hampshire, , , , , , Somerset, , , Yorkshire, also with Scottish, Irish and Welsh issues, also includes a group of Canada and Ireland issues, and a small group of Evasions, s and Unofficial Farthings, a few holed or plugged, the 17th Century Fair to Fine, the 18th Century in mixed grades to GVF
£1,300

Auction 170
Tokens (4) - Newent 1796 Industry Leads to Honour DH64 Good Fine. - 1792 City Arms/Man in loom DH38. - Banbury William Rusher three-quarters facing/Sun and legend DH1 Good Fine. - Devizes 1796 Shield/Stag, I.Baster, Edge: Milled over , or DH2a, VF
£60 London Coins : A170 : Lot 310 : Halfpennies 18th Century (4) Gloucestershire - Newent 1796 Industry Leads to Honour DH64 Good Fine. ... London Coins : A170 : Lot 310 : Halfpennies 18th Century (4) Gloucestershire - Newent 1796 Industry Leads to Honour DH64 Good Fine. ...

Auction 169
Tokens (2) - 1794 Obverse: A view of the Castle/Reverse: Loom, SUCCESS TO THE BAY TRADE, DH9, NEF and scarce, - Banbury Wm.Rusher portrait/The Sun DH1 NEF
£50 London Coins : A169 : Lot 307 : Halfpennies 18th Century (2) Essex - Colchester 1794 Obverse: A view of the Castle/Reverse: Loom, SU... London Coins : A169 : Lot 307 : Halfpennies 18th Century (2) Essex - Colchester 1794 Obverse: A view of the Castle/Reverse: Loom, SU...

Auction 165
English Banknotes Bank, OXFORDSHIRE s, unissued & unentered ND 1800's, castle vignette, For Gorgan, Padget & Matthews, Outing 543b about VG with light staining and small holes at centre but an interesting piece since still signed by Gorgan but unissued and unentered
£100 London Coins : A165 : Lot 140 : Chipping Norton Bank, OXFORDSHIRE Five Pounds, unissued & unentered ND 1800's, castle vigne...

Auction 165
English Banknotes Bank, OXFORDSHIRE s, unissued & unentered ND 1800's, castle vignette, For Gorgan, Padget & Matthews, Outing 543c about VG small holes at centre and 1 at centre left, some blue residue on reverse but an interesting piece since still signed by Gorgan but unissued and unentered
£85 London Coins : A165 : Lot 141 : Chipping Norton Bank, OXFORDSHIRE Ten Pounds, unissued & unentered ND 1800's, castle vignet...

Auction 162
English Banknotes & Bank 1 Pound dated 1820 for George Hewett & John Cooper (Outing 928a), mounted in a picture frame, edge damage, looks VG, scarce note
£110

Auction 161
Tokens (18) (2) 1662 37 Daniel Finch, Lidlington 67 John Dawborne, (5) Hungerford 37 Timothie Lucus, 64, Richard Bagly, Reading 87 Henry Head, Reading 91 Moses Lamb, Wallingford 133 Philip Eldred, Stony 129 Francis Penn, (4) 14 For Ye Poores Benefit, Andover 19 William Cornelius, 98 Stephen , St. Albans 178 Thomas Nash, (2) 63/4 Town Arms, 1667 225 City Arms, (3) Northampton 74 SR Town (2), IS at the George 83 (holed), Oxford 118 John Betts, inmixed grades Fair to VG
£180

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
Tokens (13) a varied group with examples from , , , and Wiltshire, most with attribution tickets Fair to Fine, one holed
£200

Auction 151
Tokens s (11) Brampton 4, Bambury (2) 18, 24, Deddington 78, Henly 91, Hook Norton 106, Oxford 111/112, 145, 192, Watlington 222, Woodstock 205 Fair to Fine all attributed
£360

Auction 151
Tokens , Henly, Edward Steavens Barber-Surgeon's Arms W.102 Fine and bold, with some residual surface deposit
£180 London Coins : A151 : Lot 1779 : 17th Century Oxfordshire, Henly, Edward Steavens Barber-Surgeon's Arms W.102 Fine and bold, wit... London Coins : A151 : Lot 1779 : 17th Century Oxfordshire, Henly, Edward Steavens Barber-Surgeon's Arms W.102 Fine and bold, wit...

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 150
English Banknotes & Bank £5 dated 1818 for George Hewett & John Cooper (Outing 928b) bankruptcy stamp on reverse exhibited at the Guildhall 1821, clipped edges & pinholes about VG, scarce
£180 London Coins : A150 : Lot 146 : Henley & Oxfordshire Bank £5 dated 1818 for George Hewett & John Cooper (Outing 928b) ...

Auction 148
Tokens (9) 84, Oxford (7) 112/2 (2), 137, 146 (2), 169, 171, 219 Fair to About Fine
£100

Auction 146
Tokens (6) 1666 William Diston, Dickinson 61, VG/NF, Oxford Thomas Applebee Dickinson 114 About Fine, Oxford John Bowell Dickinson 125 VG, Oxford Thomas Combes Dickinson 129 VG, Oxford 1659 Nich Orvm Dickinson 158 Fine, Oxford Lawrence King Dickinson 150 Fine on an irregular flan
£190

Auction 140
Tokens Tokens (20) mostly with others from and generally in collectable grades Fair - Fine one holed
£200

Auction 138
Medals Fire-fighter Group of four to Ronald E Yeates 10264 Station Officer (Oxshire) Medal, 10 Year Bronze Medal, Exemplary Fire Service Medal and 1953 Medal
£280

Auction 134
English Banknotes & Bank £1 dated 1818 for George Hewett & John Cooper (Outing 928a) bankruptcy stamp reverse, VG and scarce
£480 London Coins : A134 : Lot 851 : Henley & Oxfordshire Bank £1 dated 1818 for George Hewett & John Cooper (Outing 928a) ...

Auction 133
English Banknotes & Bank £5 dated 1920 No.12900 for Tubb & Co., (Outing 135 for type, the £5 not listed), ovpt. Cancelled & tape residue on face but the note is complete, scarce later date, gFine-VF
£220 London Coins : A133 : Lot 2390 : Bicester & Oxfordshire Bank £5 dated 1920 No.12900 for Tubb & Co., (Outing 135 for...

Auction 124
Tokens Unofficial Tokens a (50) Antrim 5400, 5520, 1070, 4840, Cork 5690, 5710, 5720, 5750, Dublin 5970, 5980, 6000, 6220, 6310, 6350, 7370, 5160, 401, 1090, 2080, 2150, 2160, 2272, 3530, 4530, 2340, 2850, 4960, Mid 7200, 3180, 3900, 3910, 3940, 3960, 3990, 4030, 4050, 5270, 4060, 3870, 3700, 4980, 5130, 400, 660, 930, 980, 4380, 4390, 5010, Unknown Locality 7900 NVF to lustrous UNC
£600

Auction 124
Medals Association Medals (13) from N. & Oxshire, dated from mid 1950's to 1960's. 3 silver others base metal.
£50

Auction 124
Tokens Tokens, (3), ? Henry Fawler, Finstock ? Edward Gardner. Watlington ? John Cockee. Fair to fine.
£32

Auction 123
Tokens s (4) Oxford (2) Thomas Dennis 1652 Dickinson 133, Ann Pierson 1669 Dickinson 159, Thame (2) John Harris Dickinson 200, William Tripp undated Dickinson 206 VG-Fine
£36

Auction 113
Tokens s (17) and 17th century (1) all -related and with attributions NF-GF
£180

Auction 112
Tokens , Banbury DH1 with lettered edge UNC toned, 1795 Emsworth 29 Large Ship to right with lettered edg
£50

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