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Auction 180
Tokens (7) - (4) 1796 Obverse: A flower spray in a shield BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES, Reverse: A buck's head, LET BRITAIN FLOURISH DH2 VF, 1796 Obverse: A flower spray in a shield BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES, the word RULES above the shield Reverse: A buck's head, LET BRITAIN FLOURISH DH4 NVF, 1797 Anderson, Leslie & Co. Obverse: View of a public building. EDINBURGH HALFPENNY 1797 PAYe BY ANDERSON LESLIE & CO. WRIGHT DES. with NEW UNIVERSITY below the building, Reverse: A gardener holding a spade in one hand and a shrub in the other. NEU SEGNES JACEANT TERRAE ETIAM MONTES CONSERERE JUVAT, Edge: Plain, DH7 VF or better, Edinburgh 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 NVF, Leith (2) 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, flag on lookout of fort, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH58, VF, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat sailing by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, no flag on lookout of fort, three cannons in place of the arches, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, less distinct, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH59 GVF/VF, 1797 Obverse: A spirit still and casks in a circle of dots PAYABLE AT DAVID PETERS WINE & SPIRIT SHOP, Reverse: The Arms of 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 About VF, Angusshire - 1797 Obverse: A horse and cart with two packages marked DR and TR. SIC ITUT AD OPES Exergue: Wright Des., Reverse: A large building DENDEE FARTHING with two stars before and after the legend DH42 NVF/GF
£160

Auction 180
Tokens (8) (2) Glamorgan 1795 Obverse: Jestyn Ap Gwrgan left crowned and robed, JESTYN. AP. GWRGAN . TYWYSOG . MORGANWG 1091, Reverse: Britannia seated with spear and shield, a pedestal behind her entwined with , Y. BRENHYN. AR. GYFRAITH, date in exergue, DH3, VF, 1796 Obverse: View of a castle SWANSEA HALFPENNY 1796, Reverse: A key JOHN VOSS DRAPERS &c. Edge: PAYABLE ON DEMAND the remainder engrailed, DH4, EF the reverse with traces of lustre, North 1793 Obverse: A Druid;'s head within a wreath , Reverse: A cypher RNG, NORTH WALES HALFPENNY, Edge: LONDON BRISTOL OR LANCASTER DH3b GVF, Ireland - Wexford - Enniscorthy 1800 A castle by the sea having a gateway with portcullis having 6 vertical bars and left side disconnected, Reverse: A Shield with RW monogram, hanging from a tree branch, A.D. 1800, DH4, GVF, - Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, flag on lookout of fort, three cannons in place of the arches, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, less distinct, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH58, VF Lothian - Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat sailing by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, no flag on lookout of fort, three cannons in place of the arches, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, less distinct, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH59 VF, - Wilkinson 1788 Obverse: Bust of Wilkinson right IOHN WILKINSON IRON MASTER. Reverse: A barge date in exergue below DH336 Fine, - 1794 Obverse: Shield of Arms between sprigs of oak, HULL HALFPENNY , Reverse: A ship sailing PRO BONO PUBLICO date in exergue below. Edge: PAYABLE IN LONDON BRISTOL & LANCASTER DH23a Near EF
£150

Auction 180
Tokens (8) 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 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 VF, Kelly's , Obverse: A postilion holding a harnessed horse, KELLY'S LIGHT HARNESS &c. Exergue: SOLD CHEAP AT THEIR / MANUFACTORY / STRAND / LONDON in four lines, Reverse: A saddle, spur, &c. KELLY PATENT SADLERY &c. SOLD CHEAP, Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON, DH 345, NEF with a trace of lustre and a few dark spots, National Series 1795 Obverse: Bust right FREDk DUKE OF YORK HALFPENNY 1795, Reverse: A man-of war to left THE WOODEN WALLS OF OLD ENGLAND, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH985 NEF, National Series 1793 Obverse: Conjoined busts right, LOUIS . XVI ET M . ANTOINETTE . ROI ET REINE DE FRANCE, Reverse: MURd. BY / THE FACTIOUS / LOUIS . XVI . JAN 21. / M: ANTOINETTE / OCT . 16 ./1793 in six lines, Edge: Plain (not in collar), DH995a NEF, 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 six lines, DH1024 NEF/GVF, Political and Social Series - Tooke 1794 Obverse: Full face bust, IOHN HORNE TOOKE ESQr. Reverse: The names of the jury in a square, Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON LIVERPOOL OR BRISTOL, DH1044a NEF, Political and Social Series - Tooke 1794 Obverse: Bust right, TRIED FOR HIGH TREASON, Exergue: J.H.TOOKE ESQr., Reverse: ACQUITTED / BY HIS JURY / COUNSEL / HON. T. ERSKINE / V.GIBBS ESQr. in five lines, , DH1045a GVF
£150 London Coins : A180 : Lot 754 : Halfpennies 18th Century Middlesex (8) Davidson's 1795 Obverse: A female seated holding a sword... London Coins : A180 : Lot 754 : Halfpennies 18th Century Middlesex (8) Davidson's 1795 Obverse: A female seated holding a sword...

Auction 180
Tokens (8) - Brimscombe Port 1795, Obverse: A barge with plain sails, THAMES AND SEVERN CANAL, Exergue: date in Roman numerals, line below with no dots at either end, Reverse: The entrance into a tunnel, Edge: PAYABLE AT BRIMSCOMBE PORT, DH60, NEF, - Fowler's 1794 Obverse: Head of Neptune with trident, HALFPENNY, Reverse: A Whale Fishery, PAYABLE AT I.FOWLERS LONDON, Exergue: WHALE FISHERY 1794, , DH306 GVF or better, Middlesex - National Series 1795 Obverse: Bust to right FREDK. DUKE OF YORK, below HALFPENNY 1795, Reverse: Man-of-War to left THE WOODEN WALLS OF OLD ENGLAND, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL DH985, VF, Middlesex - National Series , Obverse: Conjoined busts left LONG MAY THEY REIGN OVER A GRATEFULL PEOPLE, Reverse: A Man-of-War sailing, THE GUARD & GLORY OF BRITAIN, Milled edge DH945a, 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/NEF, - 1794 Obverse: A shield bearing four hedgehogs, crest a hedgehog, INDUSTRY HAS IT'S SURE REWARD, Reverse: A Ship in full sail, PRO BONO PUBLICO , date below, Edge: CURRENT EVERY WHERE, DH59 VF, - Go 1794 Obverse: Bust of Sir Bevois left PROMISSORY HALFPENNY, Reverse: A Ship in full sail, PRO BONO PUBLICO, Edge: PAYABLE AT I.IORDAN'S DRAPER GOSPORT, DH40, VF, - South Shields 1794 Obverse: A figure of Faith standing, holding a book, SOUTH SHIELDS HALFPENNY 1794, Reverse: A Ship sailing SUCCESS TO THE COAL TRADE, Edge: PAYABLE AT SOUTH SHIELDS AND LONDON, DH4 GVF/NEF with a flan flaw on the reverse
£130

Auction 180
Tokens (8) shire - Perth (5) 1797 Obverse: A man dragging a fishing net to the shore, a boat lying on the beach RETE TRAHITO FAUSTE, Exergue: JUN r. DES, Reverse: A bridge and distant view of the hills PERTH HALFPENNY 1797 Exergue: TAY-BRIDGE FINISHED 1770 the Arms of Perth in a sunken circle with motto. Edge: PAYABLE ON DEMAND BY JOHN FERRIER DH1 GVF, 1797 Obverse: A man dragging a fishing net to the shore, a boat lying on the beach RETE TRAHITO FAUSTE, Exergue: JUN r. DES more widely spaced, Reverse: A bridge and distant view of the hills PERTH HALFPENNY 1797 Exergue: TAY-BRIDGE FINISHED 1770 the Arms of Perth in a sunken circle with motto. Edge: PAYABLE ON DEMAND BY JOHN FERRIER DH2 VF, 1797 Obverse: A man dragging a fishing net to the shore, a boat lying on the beach RETE TRAHITO FAUSTE the slope behind him an irregular incline, Exergue: JUN r. DES, Reverse: A bridge and distant view of the hills PERTH HALFPENNY 1797 Exergue: TAY-BRIDGE FINISHED 1770 the Arms of Perth in a sunken circle with motto. Edge: PAYABLE ON DEMAND BY JOHN FERRIER DH3 VF, 1797 Obverse: View of a PERTH HALFPENNY 1797, Exergue: ST.JOHN'S CHURCH, Arms and motto below in a sunken circle, Reverse: A watermill and trees, WRIGHT DES below. 46 WATER: MILLS FOR BLEACHING . PRINTING . COTTON WORKS . CORN &c. WITHIN 4 MILES OF PERTH DH4 Good Fine, Rare, 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, (3) 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, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, flag on lookout of fort, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH58, VF, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat sailing by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, no flag on lookout of fort, three cannons in place of the arches, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, less distinct, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH59 VF
£130 London Coins : A180 : Lot 759 : Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (8) Perthshire - Perth (5) 1797 Obverse: A man dragging a fishing ... London Coins : A180 : Lot 759 : Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (8) Perthshire - Perth (5) 1797 Obverse: A man dragging a fishing ...

Auction 180
Tokens (8) - 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, Lothian - Edinburgh 1796 Obverse: A flower spray in a shield BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES, Reverse: A buck's head, LET BRITAIN FLOURISH DH2 NVF, Lothian - Edinburgh 1796 Obverse: A flower spray in a shield BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES, Reverse: A buck's head, LET BRITAIN FLOURISH DH3 Fine, 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, flag on lookout of fort, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH58, VF, Lothian - Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat sailing by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, no flag on lookout of fort, three cannons in place of the arches, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, less distinct, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH59 Good Fine, shire - Perth (3) 1797 Obverse: A man dragging a fishing net to the shore, a boat lying on the beach RETE TRAHITO FAUSTE, Exergue: JUN r. DES more widely spaced, Reverse: A bridge and distant view of the hills PERTH HALFPENNY 1797 Exergue: TAY-BRIDGE FINISHED 1770 the Arms of Perth in a sunken circle with motto. Edge: PAYABLE ON DEMAND BY JOHN FERRIER DH2 VF, 1797 Obverse: A man dragging a fishing net to the shore, a boat lying on the beach RETE TRAHITO FAUSTE, Exergue: JUN r. DES more widely spaced, Reverse: A bridge and distant view of the hills PERTH HALFPENNY 1797 Exergue: TAY-BRIDGE FINISHED 1770 the Arms of Perth in a sunken circle with motto. Edge: PAYABLE ON DEMAND BY JOHN FERRIER DH3 Good Fine, 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 Near VF
£120

Auction 180
Tokens - Whitehaven 1812 Wilson Bragg, Obverse: WB monogram PAYABLE AT WHITEHAVEN, Reverse: A ship, FARTHING TOKEN 1812, W1205, VF
£42 London Coins : A180 : Lot 734 : Farthing 19th Century Cumberland - Whitehaven 1812 Wilson Bragg, Obverse: WB monogram PAYABLE AT WHI... London Coins : A180 : Lot 734 : Farthing 19th Century Cumberland - Whitehaven 1812 Wilson Bragg, Obverse: WB monogram PAYABLE AT WHI...

Auction 179
Tokens (24) 1795 Kilvington's Brunswick DH46 Good Fine/NVF, Middlesex - Mail Coach , Obverse: Mail Coach travelling Rev: To J.PALMER ESQ. /THIS IS INSCRIBED / AS A TOKEN OF / GRATITUDE /FOR BENFITS REC'D / FROM THE ESTABLISHMENT / OF MAIL COACHES in 8 lines DH363 Good Fine, Middlesex - Mail Coach undated, Obverse: Mail Coach travelling, Reverse AFH cypher within a wreath DH366 NVF, Kirkcudbrightshire 1793 Gatehouse, Obverse: A Griffin IMPERO on a banner above, Reverse: A large building PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF THOs. SCOTT DH1, VG/Near Fine, Angusshire - 1797 Obverse: A public building DUNDEE HALFPENNY, TOWN HOUSE FINISHED 1734, Reverse: View of a glass manufactory, GLASS WORKS WEST CONE FOUNDED 1788. Exergue: WRIGHT DES. DH17 Fine with a heavy contact mark on the reverse, - 1790 Obverse: St. Andrew and Cross, Reverse: Top leaf between N and Y. DH30 Fine, - 1793, Obverse: A porter carrying a pack, Reverse: Shield of Arms, , DH135h, Fine, - Worcester 1788 Obverse: bust of George III right, GEORGIVS III DEI GRATIA, Reverse: A shield s inscribed WORCESTER . AUGUST . 6.7 &8 in 4 lines M.B.F.ET.H.REX. F.D.B.ET.L.D.S.R.I.A.T ET.E, scalloped edge, DH33 VF, - York 1795 Obverse: View of a cathedral Exergue: YORK 1795, Reverse: View of a castle and a drawbridge CLIFFORD'S TOWER DH63 VG, - 1796 Obverse: View of a CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF SARUM, Reverse: Grocer's Arms and supporters, FINE TEAS &C. Edge: PAYABLE AT I. & T. SHARPES SALISBURY DH21, NVF, Yorkshire - 1791 Obverse: Shield of Arms between sprigs of oak, Reverse: A ship Edge: PAYABLE IN HULL AND IN LONDON DH22 NVF, Yorkshire - 1791 Paleys: Obverse: Full length figure of Bishop Blaze and a lamb ARTIS NOSTRE CONDITOR, Reverse: Shield of Arms, Above: An owl. DH44 Good Fine, shire - Carmarthen undated (2) Obverse: Interior of Ironworks CARMARTHEN IRONWORKS, Exergue: HALFPENNY, Reverse: Interior of a forge, no brickwork in archway, lower beam points to L and O in the legend, DH7 Fine and VG, - County 1795 Obverse: A Druid's head CURRENT IN THE COUNTIES, Reverse: A beehive and bees INDUSTRY HAS ITS SURE REWARD Edge: CAMBRIDGE BEDFORD AND HUNTINGDON, DH12, GVF, -Wilkinson 1792 Obverse: Bust right IOHN WILKISON IRON MASTER, Reverse: Vulcan HALFPENNY, date in exergue, Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON OR ANGLESEY DH455b Fine, cleaned, Warwickshire - Wilkinson Counterfeits undated, Obverse: Bust right IOHN WILKINSON IRON MASTER no stop after legend, Reverse: Moneta seated DH464 (2) both Near Fine, Dublin undated Obverse: A harp upon a rock and a ship at sea, GOD GRANT PEACE, Reverse: Three castles between oak and palm branches, Edge: Plain, DH14a About Fine, Dublin - Camac, Kyan and Camac Harp with 8 strings , Edge PAYABLE IN BUBLIN OR BALLYMURTAGH DH93 VG, Dublin - Parkers 1792 Obverse: female seated holding a harp, INDUSTRY HAS ITS SURE REWARD, Reverse: RLT &Co. cypher PRO BONO PUBLICO DH364 VG, Drogheda 1792 Obverse: female seated holding a harp, Reverse: Cypher FOR THE GOOD OF THE PUBLICK, DH5, VG Rare, Drogheda 1804 Obverse: female seated holding a harp FOR THE GOOD OF THE PUBLICK, Reverse: Cypher PAYABLE IN DROGHEDA OR DUBLIN, DH6, VG, Token 1773 Duke of Fine/VG, 18th Century s (5) Middlesex - Pidcocks undated Obverse: An elephant PIDCOCKS EXHIBITION, Reverse: A two-headed cow EXETER CHANGE . STRAND LONDON. DH1066 VF, Middlesex - Pidcocks undated Obverse: An elephant, JAMES below, PIDCOCKS EXHIBITION, Reverse: A cockatoo EXETER CHANGE. STRAND LONDON. DH1067 Good Fine with attempted piercing, Angusshire - Dundee undated Obverse: A pair of scales above a small cypher J M & Co. PAYABLE ON DEMAND DUNDEE, Reverse: A sentinel on duty, a breech of a cannon on one side, part of a fort on the other, Edge: Plain (rounded) DH39 NVF, 18th Century (1) Lancashire - Halsall undated, Obverse: Shield of Arms, Reverse HALSALL D in two lines, DH1, Obverse Fine, the reverse virtually smooth, (1) - 1812 Obverse: Beehive and 15 bees, G. & R. FERNS & T. CARTWRIGHT. STOCKPORT, Reverse: female seated on a bale to right, holding scales and cornucopia, Y&D below, H on bale, Davis 6, Near Fine/Fine, 19th Century s (4) Wiltshire - Marlborough 1811 Obverse: four hands
£380

Auction 179
Tokens (8) Obverse: a figure of a friar, PAYABLE IN BLACK FRIARS LONDON, Reverse: Arms, supporters and motto of the city of , , DH257a, NEF/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, NEF with traces of lustre, Moore's 1795 Obverse: girl sitting under a tree making lace, LACE MANUFACTORY 1795, Reverse: A scroll inscribed MUSLINS IRISH CLOTH HOSE &c. within a circle. MOORE. No. 116 GREAT PORTLAND STREET, Edge: Coarse milled, DH389, NEF the reverse with a small flan flaw, Sims' Obverse: Bust of Garrick to right C.JAMES.F below, WE . NE'ER . SHALL . LOOK . UPON . HIS . LIKE . AGAIN . Reverse: Tragic and Comic masks, and above, sprigs below, SIMS . RUSSEL . COURT . Plain edge (not in collar) DH478a, EF with traces of lustre, Spittle's 1795 Obverse: View of St. Paul's LONDON AND BRIGHTON HALFPENNY, Reverse: Shield of Arms, PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF I.SPITTLE LONDON OR I.KIRBY OR R. LASHMAR BRIGHTON 1795, DH902, GEF with lustre and a few small spots, Stinton's 1795 Obverse: A grasshopper FINE . TEAS . OF . THE . ROUGH . FLAVOUR. Reverse: Wm. STINTON . ST. JAMES'S STREET . LONDON + with PATENT COCAO WAREHOUSE 1795 in centre, DH904, NEF, National Series 1795 Obverse: Bust right FREDk DUKE OF YORK HALFPENNY 1795, Reverse: A man-of war to left THE WOODEN WALLS OF OLD ENGLAND, Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON, DH985b, GVF with some small tone spots, Political and Social Series - Tooke 1794 Obverse: Full face bust, IOHN HORNE TOOKE ESQr. Reverse: The names of the jury in a square, ERSKINE above, GIBBS below, BRITISH JUSTICE DISPLAY'D NOVr 22. 1794 Edge: Plain (not in collar) DH1044b, GVF lacquered
£260

Auction 179
Tokens (8) (4) Croydon 1797 Obverse: a cypher D G. HALFPENNEY PAYBLE AT GARRAWAYS CROYDON (A of HALFPENNEY over inverted A, and Y over inverted Y), Reverse: A teapot THE BEST TEAS IN CROYDON 1797 DH7, EF with traces of lustre, Croydon 1797 Obverse: a cypher D G. HALFPENNY PAYABLE AT GARRAWAYS CROYDON, Reverse: A teapot THE BEST TEAS IN CROYDON 1797 DH8, VF the reverse slightly better, scarce, Guildford , Obverse: The Arms of Guildford GUILDFORD HALFPENNY, Reverse: Three-quarter figure of Bishop Blaize, and woolpack, SUCCESS TO THE WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, DH9, NEF, Lambeth undated, Obverse: Obverse: A man smoking Sr. GEORGE COOK . MAYOR . OF . GARRAT . ELECd . AUGt 24. 96, Reverse: Sr. G. COOK / FRUITERER / GREENGROCER / & OYSTER MERCHANT / STANGATE / LAMBETH in 7 lines, , DH11, VF, scarce, (4) Go 1796 Obverse: Figure of Hope standing PAYABLE AT BENn and IOHN JONES GOSPORT OR SHEERNESS, finger of Hope points left of first O of GOSPORT, Reverse: A ship , date below, THE GUARD AND GLORY OF Gt. BRITAIN, DH43, GVF/NEF, Petersfield 1795 Obverse: Man on horseback, PETERSFIELD, Reverse: Britannia seated left, RULE BRITANNIA, date in exergue, DH51B, EF with an edge knock the surface shows signs of die rust, listed as Rare by Dalton & Hamer, 1794 Obverse: Bust left IOHN HOWARD F.R.S. PHILANTHROPIST, Reverse: Arms of the borough, PORTSMOUTH AND CHICHESTER HALFPENNY, date in exergue, Edge: PAYABLE AT SHARPS PORTSMOUTH AND CHALDECOTTS CHICHESTER, DH53, EF, Portsmouth 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, EF with traces of lustre the reverse with some scratches
£230

Auction 179
Tokens (8) Street 1795 Obverse: A filtering stone FOR PURIFYING WATER, date 1795 in exergue, Reverse: THE FILTERING STONE WAREHOUSE * COVENTRY STREET LONDON. DH292, EF, 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 the reverse with some verdigris, Kelly's , Obverse: A postilion holding a harnessed horse, KELLY'S LIGHT HARNESS &c. Exergue: SOLD CHEAP AT THEIR / MANUFACTORY / STRAND / LONDON in four lines, Reverse: A saddle, spur, &c. KELLY PATENT SADLERY &c. SOLD CHEAP, DH 345, NEF, 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, NEF with traces of lustre and a few small spots, Stinton's 1795 Obverse: A grasshopper FINE . TEAS . OF . THE . ROUGH . FLAVOUR. Reverse: Wm. STINTON . ST. JAMES'S STREET . LONDON + with PATENT COCAO WAREHOUSE 1795 in centre, DH904,GVF/NEF with traces of lustre, National Series 1795 Obverse: Bust right FREDk DUKE OF YORK HALFPENNY 1795, Reverse: A man-of war to left THE WOODEN WALLS OF OLD ENGLAND, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH985, EF or near so with some verdigris spots, National Series 1793 Obverse: Conjoined busts right, LOUIS . XVI ET M . ANTOINETTE . ROI ET REINE DE FRANCE, Reverse: MURd. BY / THE FACTIOUS / LOUIS . XVI . JAN 21. / M: ANTOINETTE / OCT . 16 ./1793 in six lines, Edge: Plain (not in collar), DH995a, NEF, 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, DH1027, GVF with traces of lustre, Rare
£220

Auction 179
Tokens - (9) 1796, Obverse: A filtering stone FOR PURIFYING WATER, date in exergue, Reverse: A bunch of grapes in a shield, between s, DH1, GVF, Edinburgh 1796 Obverse: A Buck's head, LET BRITAIN FLOURISH, date below, Reverse: A flower spray in a shield, BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES, DH3, About VF, Edinburgh 1796 Obverse: A Buck's head, LET BRITAIN FLOURISH, date below, Reverse: A flower spray in a shield, BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES, with RULES above the shield, DH4, VF or better, Edinburgh 1797 Obverse: View of a public building, EDINBURGH HALFPENNY 1797, PAYe. BY ANDERSON LESLIE &Co. WRIGHT DES. in small letters on the ground. Exergue: NEW UNIVERSITY, Reverse: A gardener holding a spade in one hand and a shrub in the other. NEU SEGNES JACEANT TERRAE ETIAM MONTES CONSERERE JUVAT. DH7, GVF, Edinburgh 1796 Obverse: Shield of Arms, crest: a palm branch, DITAT. SERVATA. FIDES. JOS . ARCHIBALD. SEEDSMAN . EDIN., eight dots between JOS and DITAT. Reverse: SELLS / GARDEN, GRASS, / FLOWER SEEDS, / FRUIT TREES in four lines, Milled edge, DN10 NEF, Edinburgh 1796 Archibalds, Obverse: Shield of Arms, crest a palm branch, DITAT SERVATA FIDES. JOS. ARCHIBALD. SEEDSMAN. EDIN, a six-pointed star between JOS and DITAT, Reverse: SELLS / GARDEN GRASS, / FLOWER SEEDS, / FRUIT TREES in four lines, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE SHOP OF JOSEPH ARCHIBALD, DH12, GVF, Edinburgh 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, GVF, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, flag on lookout of fort, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH58, GVF, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat sailing by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, no flag on lookout of fort, three cannons in place of the arches, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, less distinct, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH59 VF
£200

Auction 179
Tokens - - 1811 Obverse: An ancient ship , within a circle NEWPORT ISLE OF WIGHT 1811, Reverse: ONE SHILLING SILVER TOKEN within a circle, MAY PLENTY CROWN OUR HAPPY ISLE , anchor does not touch waves, flag severed from mast, Davis 22, UNC and almost fully lustrous, a most attractive example
£180 London Coins : A179 : Lot 839 : Shilling 19th Century Hampshire - Isle of Wight - Newport 1811 Obverse: An ancient ship sailing, wit... London Coins : A179 : Lot 839 : Shilling 19th Century Hampshire - Isle of Wight - Newport 1811 Obverse: An ancient ship sailing, wit...

Auction 179
Tokens (8) - Hereford Obverse: An apple tree SUCCESS TO THE CIDER TRADE. HEREFORD HALFPENNY C.HONIATTS BIRMm WAREHOUSE, Reverse: Figure of Justice FOR CHANGE NOT FRAUD, Milled edge, DH5, NEF, (2) 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/NEF, 1793 Obverse: View of Wainfleet Abbey 1489 below, FOUNDED BY WILLIAM WAYNEFLETE, Reverse: Figure of Hope standing, a ship in the distance, WAINFLEET HALFPENNY Date in Exergue, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF D.WRIGHT & S.PALMER, DH8, NEF with some thin scratches on the obverse, - Cambridge 1795 Obverse: A beehive and bees, INDUSTRY HAS ITS SURE REWARD, Reverse: A druid's head 1795 below, Edge: CAMBRIDGE BEDFORD AND HUNTINGDON DH12, EF with a few small spots, - Coalbrook Dale 1792 Obverse: View of a bridge with vessel under, ERECTED / ANNO 1779 / SPAN 100 FEET, within inner circle, IRON BRIDGE AT COALBROOK DALE 1792, Reverse: A man working a machine, Exergue: INCLINED PLANE AT KETLEY 1789, Edge: PAYABLE AT COAL-BROOK DALE AND KETLEY, DH14, GVF, (2) - Brownbill's 1793 Obverse: Bust of Bishop Blaze right, SUCCESS TO THE YORKSHIRE WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, DH41, NEF/GVF, Yorkshire - York 1795 Obverse: View of a cathedral, Exergue: YORK 1795, Reverse: View of a castle and drawbridge CLIFFORD'S TOWER A.D.1100, Edge: YORK BUILT A.M.1223 . CATHEDRAL REBUILT A.D.1075, DH63, GVF with some digs 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, VF
£170

Auction 179
Tokens (6) Carter's 1795 Obverse: A lady's slipper CARTER 32 JERMYN STREET LONDON 1795, Reverse: LADIES SHOE MANUFACTORY Edge: Milled, DH276 EF, Dennis' 1795 Obverse: A wheatsheaf, BAKERS HALFPENNY 1795, Reverse: TO LESSEN / THE SLAVERY OF / SUNDAY BAKING / AND PROVIDE FOR / PUBLIC WANTS / AN ACT WAS / PASSED / AD.1794, Edge: PAYABLE AT I DENNIS LONDON, DH297, 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, EF, Fowler's 1794 Obverse: Head of Neptune with trident, HALFPENNY, Reverse: Whale fishery, PAYABLE AT L. FOWLERs LONDON, Exergue WHALE FISHERY 1794, DH306 GVF/NEF, National Series 1795 Obverse: Bust right FREDk DUKE OF YORK HALFPENNY 1795, Reverse: A man-of war to left THE WOODEN WALLS OF OLD ENGLAND, Edge: PAYABLE AT LONDON OR DUBLIN, DH985a, GVF, 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 six lines, DH1025, NEF with traces of lustre
£170

Auction 179
Tokens (7) Lanarkshire - 1791 Obverse: The Arms of Glasgow LET GLASGOW FLOURISH, Reverse: a river god reclining on an urn, inscribed CLYDE, from which water is flowing, NUNQUAM ARESCERE Exergue: MDCCXCI initials, Edge: CAMBRIDGE BEDFORD AND HUNTINGDON, DH3a, NEF, shire (2) Perth DH2 Obverse: A man dragging a fishing net to the shore, a boat lying on the beach, even slope behind fisherman, RETE TRAHITO FAUSTE, Exergue: WRIGHT JUNr. DES, Reverse: A bridge and distant view of hills PERTH HALFPENNY, Exergue: TAY-BRIDGE FINISHED 1770. and Arms of Perth in a sunken circle with motto PRO REGE LEGE ET GREGE, Edge: PAYABLE ON DEMAND BY JOHN FERRIER, DH2, VF the obverse with a scratch, the reverse with some small spots, Perth 1797 Obverse: A spirit still and casks in a circle of dots PAYABLE AT DAVID PETERS WINE & SPIRIT SHOPS, Reverse: The Arms of Perth and PRO REGE LEGE ET GREGE motto on a label, with sprig of flowers at each end, Edge: Diagonally milled, DH10, VF, the obverse with a small spot, (4) 1797 Obverse: View of a public building, EDINBURGH HALFPENNY 1797 with NEW UNIVERSITY and PAYe BY ANDERSON LESLIE & Co below, Reverse: A gardener holding a spade in one hand and a shrub in the other, NEU SEGNES JACEANT TERRAE, ETIAM MONTES CONSERERE JUVAT, Edge: Plain, DH7 GVF, Edinburgh 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, GVF, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, flag on lookout of fort, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH58, VF, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat sailing by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, no flag on lookout of fort, three cannons in place of the arches, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, less distinct, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH59, VF
£160

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 179
Tokens - (7) 1796 Obverse: A filtering stone FOR PURIFYING WATER, date in exergue, Reverse: A bunch of grapes in a shield, between s, DH1, Good Fine with some old scratches, Edinburgh 1796 Obverse: A flower spray in an shield, BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES, Reverse: a buck's head, LET BRITAIN FLOURISH, DH3, NEF/GVF, Edinburgh 1796 Archibald's, Obverse: Shield of Arms, crest a palm branch, DITAT SERVATA FIDES. JOS. ARCHIBALD. SEEDSMAN. EDIN Reverse: SELLS / GARDEN, GRASS, / FLOWER SEEDS, / FRUIT TREES in four lines, Edge: Milled, DH10, NEF, Edinburgh 1796 Archibald's, Obverse: Shield of Arms, crest a palm branch, DITAT SERVATA FIDES. JOS. ARCHIBALD. SEEDSMAN. EDIN, a six-pointed star between JOS and DITAT, Reverse: SELLS / GARDEN GRASS, / FLOWER SEEDS, / FRUIT TREES in four lines, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE SHOP OF JOSEPH ARCHIBALD, DH12, GVF, Rare, Edinburgh 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, NEF, Edinburgh 1790 Hutchison's, Obverse: St. Andrew with Cross, between thistles, NEMO ME IMPUNE LACESSIT, Reverse: The Arms of Edinburgh between thistles, crest an anchor, EDINBURGH HALFPENNY, stop after legend, four bands on anchor stock, DH24 NEF with an edge nick, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, flag on lookout of fort, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH58, GVF/VF
£140

Auction 179
Tokens (8) (3) Leek 1793 Obverse: A caduceus, supported by a large bale of goods, LEEK COMMERCIAL HALFPENNY 1793, Reverse: Two hands d, and a olive branch, ARTE FAVENTE NIL DESPERANDUM, Edge: PAYABLE AT LEEK STAFFORDSHIRE, DH10, EF, Leek 1793 Obverse: A caduceus, supported by a large bale of goods, LEEK COMMERCIAL HALFPENNY 1793, squarer 1 and small 3 in date Reverse: Two hands united, and a olive branch, ARTE FAVENTE NIL DESPERANDUM, Milled edge, DH13a, GVF with some small spots, on a larger flan as normal, Very Rare, Lichfield 1796 Obverse: Bust left Dr. SAMUEL JOHNSON, ornament below, Reverse: A wreath LITCHFIELD TOKEN MDCCXCVI below, , DH18 VF, (2) Devizes 1796 Obverse: A shield of Arms, THE ARMS OF THE TOWN OF DEVIZES * Reverse: A stag I. BASTER . DEVIZES WILTS, date in exergue below, Plain edge (not in collar) DH2c, 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, GVF, (2) Coalbrook Dale 1792 Obverse: View of a bridge with a verrel under ERECTED / ANNO 1779 / SPAN 100 FEET above, IRON BRIDGE AT COALBROOK DALE 1792, Reverse: A man working a machine, Exergue: INCLINED PLANE AT KETLEY 1789. Edge: PAYABLE AT COALBROOK - DALE AND KETLEY, DH14, VF, Coalbrook Dale 1792 Obverse: View of a bridge with a verrel sailing under ERECTED / ANNO 1779 / SPAN 100 FEET above, IRON BRIDGE AT COALBROOK DALE 1792, Reverse: A man working a machine, Exergue: INCLINED PLANE AT KETLEY 1789. Edge: PAYABLE AT COALBROOK - DALE AND KETLEY, DH17, VF, - Northampton 1794 Obverse: Bust left GEORGE JOBSON . BANKER, date below, Reverse: A castle and lion MAY NORTHAMPTON FLOURISH, Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, DH1, GVF with some spots and surface cracks
£130

Auction 179
Tokens (7) Lanarkshire - 1791 Obverse: The Arms of Glasgow LET GLASGOW FLOURISH, Reverse: a river god reclining on an urn, inscribed CLYDE, from which water is flowing, NUNQUAM ARESCERE Exergue: MDCCXCI initials, Edge: PAYABLE IN LONDON, the remainder of the edge engrailed, NEF with traces of lustre, shire - Perth Obverse: A man dragging a fishing net to the shore, even slope behind, a boat lying on the beach RETE TRAHITO FAUSTE, Exergue: WRIGHT JUNr. DES, Reverse: A bridge and distant view of hills PERTH HALFPENNY, Exergue: TAY-BRIDGE FINISHED 1770. and Arms of Perth in a sunken circle with motto PRO REGE LEGE ET GREGE, Edge: PAYABLE ON DEMAND BY JOHN FERRIER, DH3, VF, (5) 1796 Obverse: A flower spray in a shield, BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES, Reverse: a buck's head, LET BRITAIN FLOURISH, DH2, VF, Edinburgh 1797 Obverse: View of a public building, EDINBURGH HALFPENNY 1797 with NEW UNIVERSITY and PAYe BY ANDERSON LESLIE & Co below, Reverse: A gardener holding a spade in one hand and a shrub in the other, NEU SEGNES JACEANT TERRAE, ETIAM MONTES CONSERERE JUVAT, Edge: Plain, DH7, VF/GVF, Edinburgh 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, GVF, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, flag on lookout of fort, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, Near VF, DH58, Leith 1796 Obverse: A ship and boat sailing by a fort SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF LEITH, no flag on lookout of fort, three cannons in place of the arches, Reverse: Female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN, less distinct, PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH, DH59 NVF
£110

Auction 179
Tokens - - 1811 Obverse: An ancient ship , within a circle NEWPORT ISLE OF WIGHT 1811, Reverse: A beehive and bees in a circle, UNION TOKEN SIXPENCE, Davis 24 GEF/EF
£110 London Coins : A179 : Lot 842 : Sixpence 19th Century Hampshire - Isle of Wight - Newport 1811 Obverse: An ancient ship sailing, wit... London Coins : A179 : Lot 842 : Sixpence 19th Century Hampshire - Isle of Wight - Newport 1811 Obverse: An ancient ship sailing, wit...

Auction 178
Tokens 1669 Joseph Jewell W.407 VG with all details clear, (3) - Emsworth 1795 Earl Howe/Ship left, DH30 NVF, - National Series 1795 Princess of /Portcullis and Prince of Wales' crest DH977 Near VF, - 1792 Hutchison's with , possibly a contemporary counterfeit, Fine, along with Charles I Royal Peck 145 mintmark Large Crescent, Fine with some surface dirt, along with a further group of detector finds (7) comprising Farthings Charles I (6) various types in low grades includes Rose and Royal types, and a Spanish American in low grade
£65

Auction 177
Tokens - Non-Local (11) 1815 GENUINE BRITISH COPPER Withers 1400 (2) VG and Near Fine, 1814 Obverse: GREAT BRITAIN Reverse: Britannia with date below COPPER (2) Withers 1409 the first VG the second slightly better, 1815 HALF PENNY TOKEN, Reverse: Ship SUCCESS TO NAVIGATION & TRADE Withers 1429 VG with two long scratches on the obverse, - Obverse: Small bust of left FIELD MARSHAL WELLINGTON, Reverse Britannia HALFPENNY TOKEN Withers 1498 Fine/Near Fine, Undated Bust of Nelson (?) right VICTIA NOBIS EST, Reverse: Britannia seated left HALFPENNY TOKEN Withers 1595 Good Fine, 1815 HALFPENNY TOKEN Obverse: Ship, no legend, Reverse: Female seated left on a bale, holding cornucopia Withers 1625/8 Fine, Undated, Obverse: Ship, FOR GENERAL ACCOMODATION, Reverse: HALF PENNY TOKEN . PURE COPPER PREFERABLE TO PAPER, Withers 1670 Fine, 1814 Obverse: RH Cypher monogram, Reverse: Ship, HALF PENNY TOKEN 1814 Fine, Withers 1686 unpriced by Withers (listed as RR) Fine, 1813 Obverse: Spread Eagle HALFPENNY TOKEN, Reverse: Britannia seated within a wreath of oak, 5.51 grammes, Withers 1711-1715 (for use in Canada) Fine
£95

Auction 176
Tokens (6) - Petersfield 1793 DH47 NVF, - Coalbrook Dale 1789 Obverse: View of a bridge with a vessel under it. Reverse legend with stop after KETLEY DH12 Good Fine/NVF, - 1790 DH21 NVF, Cheshire - Macclesfield 1791 DH45 NVF/VF, - Paris Miners 1791 26 Acorns in wreath, Edge: PAYABLE AT CRONEBANE OR IN DUBLIN edge DH436a Fine/Good Fine,. - 1795 Bladud/New Pump Room, Bath DH40 Good Fine
£42 London Coins : A176 : Lot 716 : Halfpennies 18th Century (6) Hampshire - Petersfield 1793 DH47 NVF, Shropshire - Coalbrook Dale 1789... London Coins : A176 : Lot 716 : Halfpennies 18th Century (6) Hampshire - Petersfield 1793 DH47 NVF, Shropshire - Coalbrook Dale 1789...

Auction 172
Tokens (11) 1791 Paris Miners 24 Acorns DH438b GVF/VF, - Brimscombe Port 1795, Obv: Ship with plain sails, Reverse: Entrance to a tunnel, Edge: PAYABLE IN BRIMSCOMBE PORT, DH59 GVF, - Lackington's , Lyceum Theatre, Edge: PAYABLE IN LONDON BATH OR MANCHESTER, DH362a GVF with traces of lustre, Middlesex Political and Social series - Fox 1794 Obverse: Earl Howe Reverse Foot and map of France, Edge: CURRENT EVERY WHERE DH1016 Good Fine/Fine, - undated Obverse: a brandy bottle, Reverse: Figure of Hope standing, Arm points to T of PROSPERITY, , DH23b About VF, 1790 Obverse: , Reverse: Female seating holding mining tools, Edge: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR LONDON DH 327a About Fine, Warwickshire -1793 Wilkison spelling, Obverse: Bust of Wilkinson, Reverse: Vulcan seated, Edge PAYABLE AT ANGLESEY LONDON OR LIVERPOOL the N's reversed DH460a Fine, Norfolk - Norwich undated Obverse: Cornucopia, Peace and Plenty, Reverse: Figure of Hope standing, Plain edge, DH26e VG, Ireland - Wicklow, Cronebane 1789 DH3 Near Fine, - - , Hutchison's 1791 LACESSET error contemporary counterfeit DH38 NVF Rare, Scotland - Lanarkshire - 1791 Obverse: Arms of Glasgow, Reverse: A river God reclining, Edge: PAYABLE IN LONDON BRISTOL OR LANCASTER DH3c VF, 18th Century North 1793 Obverse: Bust right, Reverse: Prince of Wales crest Large Flan, Plain edge DH15a Near Fine/Fine, Penny Company 1812 Poor, Halfpennies 19th Century (7) - and Copper Company (5) 1811 Ship to left with boat at stern Davis 117 NVF, 1811 Ship sailing right/P of PENNY to centre of E of PAYABLE Davis 113 (2) both Fine, Ship sailing right/ P of PENNY aligns to the end of the L of PAYABLE Davis 111 (2) VF and GVF, Halfpennies (2) 1813 18 Acorns/Lion's Tail to the beginning of the first N Davis 41 About Fine, 1813 18 Acorns, Lion's Head touches the H Davis 39 VG, Canada (2) Lower Canada 1813 Britannia/Eagle VG, New Brunswick Penny 1843 KM#2 VG/Near Fine, Token undated by Kirk, Obv: George II Rev: GEORGE THE SECOND in three lines Fine, Advertising Token , , Hewett& Co Ltd. Iron Box 1870 VF, Penny North Shields - Bell Brothers Penny undated VF, along with a small group of GB and World coins (6) GB Halfpenny 1748 Near Fine/About Fine, British West Indies One 1822 KM#2 VG, Belgium Two Centimes 1845 KM#4.2 VG, Spain Five Centimos 1870 KM#662 Fair, German States - Kingdom of Prussia 1802A KM#376.2 VG, Roman Ae27 Poor/Fair
£170

Auction 171
Tokens Tokens a small group (9) 1787 Curved 7, 4 acorns at ribbon tie, 1 of date between N and Y of PENNY, Fine, Pennies 1811, - Cheltenham John Bishop 1812 VG, 18th Century (5) - , 1792 Robert Bird Wilkins DH46 Good Fine, Hampshire - 1794 Obverse: Shield of Arms/Reverse: A ship PAYABLE above DH70 NVF scarce, - 1793 Obverse: A porter carrying a pack/Reverse: Shield of Arms DH135a VF, - John Wilkinson 1791 No Stop after R, DH432 Fine, - Warley Camp - George Prince of 1794 DH36 Good Fine, along with a 'TO HANOVER token 1837 Good Fine
£80

Auction 170
Tokens (10) a high grade group, (9) 1795 Corresponding Society Obv: The fable of the bundle of sticks/Rev: A dove flying with an olive branch. Milled edge DH286, EF the reverse with some thin scratches. Street, Obv: A filtering stone/Rev: Coventry Street, . DH292 NEF. Davidson's 1795 (2) Obv: A female seated, with arms of London, St.Paul's behind, Rev: A Crowned Triangle with CONSTITUTION in the centre, lettered edge DH295 the first NEF, the second EF with traces of lustre. Eaton's 1795 Obv: Bust of D.I.Eaton left/Rev: A cock c over pigs in a sty DH301 GEF/EF with traces of lustre. Moore's 1795 Obv: A girl sitting under a tree making lace/Rev: A scroll inscribed MUSLINS IRISH CLOTH HOSE &c., Edge: Coarse milled DH389 GVF. Shackleton's 1794 (2) Obv: The Royal Arms and Crest/Rev: A candle mould, Edge: Payable in - Street, Hay - DH477 the first NEF, the second GVF/VF. Heslop's Obv: A Man and a monkey in postures/Rev: Legend in 6 lines. DH336b. - 1796 Obv: , Rev: A man-of-war GVF with traces of lustre
£190 London Coins : A170 : Lot 306 : Halfpennies 18th Century (10) a high grade group, Middlesex (9) 1795 Corresponding Society Obv: The ... London Coins : A170 : Lot 306 : Halfpennies 18th Century (10) a high grade group, Middlesex (9) 1795 Corresponding Society Obv: The ...

Auction 170
Tokens (10) (4) Leith (2) 1796 Obverse: A ship and a boat by a fort 'Success To The Port of Leith', Reverse: Seated female holding a wand and a pair of scales, DH58 Bold VF. 1797 Obverse: A ship sailing, below, a spring of leaves LEITH HALFPENNY , Reverse Britannia seated LEITH HALFPENNY DH60 GVF. (2) 1796 Joseph Archibald, Obverse: Shield of Arms 17-96, crest a palm branch, Reverse: SELLS GARDEN , GRASS, FLOWER SEEDS, FRUIT TREES in 4 lines, Edge: Milled DH10 VF or better. 1791 Hutchison's, Obverse St. Andrew and Cross, The top right corner of the cross points to the beginning of the letter A, the top leaf just below the period, Reverse: Arms of Edinburgh, the thistle bud points to the end of the second N , the top leaf between the Y and the period, DH37 VF. Invernesshire - Inverness 1794 Obverse: Rose and d, Reverse: A cornucopia of flowers DH2 GVF with a spot on the rim. shire - Perth 1797 Obverse: A hank of yarn and a package of dressed flax , spread lettering with a star at the end of the legend, Reverse: The Arms of Perth PRO REGE LEGE ET GREGE, Edge: PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF PAT.K.MAXWELL DH9 Bold VF and scarce. Fifeshire - Burntisland 1797 , Obverse: A cypher B V Co, under it a carbor, rose and thistle, Reverse: BURNT ISLAND VITRIOL COMPy. 1797 in 5 lines within a garland radiated, on which is inscribed NEMO ME IMPUNE LACESSIT DH2 VF. Kirkcudbrightshire - Gatehouse 1793 Obverse: A gryphon standing GATEHOUSE HALFPENNY, Reverse: A view of a large building PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF THOs. SCOTT & Co. date in exergue below, DH1 Good Fine. Angusshire (2) 1796 Obverse: A public building with I.W.I DESIGN below, DUNDEE HALFPENNY 1796, INFIRMARY FOUNDED 1794, Reverse: View of a harbour with a ship alongside a quay. Edge: Engrailed, with a waved line and dots, DH16, VF. Dundee 1797 Obverse: An ancient fortress, Exergue: Dudhope Castle Found'd 1660 Converted into Barracks 1794, DH18, VF with a small planchet clip
£160 London Coins : A170 : Lot 311 : Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (10) Lothian (4) Leith (2) 1796 Obverse: A ship and a boat  sailin... London Coins : A170 : Lot 311 : Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (10) Lothian (4) Leith (2) 1796 Obverse: A ship and a boat  sailin...

Auction 170
Tokens - 1794 as DH70 Coat of Arms with javelin at top pointing just above the second limb of the A of PORTSEA/Ship right PAYABLE legend, Edge : PAYABLE AT I.IORDANS DRAPER GOSPORT (as Go DH40) so a Portsea strike on a Gosport edge flan, the edge unrecorded by Dalton and Hamer for the Portsea token, VF or better and presumably Very rare
£70 London Coins : A170 : Lot 315 : Halfpenny 18th Century Hampshire - Portsea 1794 as DH70 Coat of Arms with javelin at top pointing ju... London Coins : A170 : Lot 315 : Halfpenny 18th Century Hampshire - Portsea 1794 as DH70 Coat of Arms with javelin at top pointing ju...

Auction 168
Tokens (2) Westmoreland (now Cumbria) 1794 , Obverse: a cypher R&D crest a lion, Reverse: a figure of Justice standing, Edge: Payable at Banbury, or , DH4 UNC with traces of lustre and very light cabinet friction, Kendal, Obverse a cypher R&D crest a lion, Reverse: a man-of-war , edge Payable in Dublin or , DH5a A/UNC some spots, nicely toned
£80 London Coins : A168 : Lot 906 : Halfpennies 18th Century (2) Westmoreland (now Cumbria) 1794 Kendal, Obverse: a cypher R&D crest... London Coins : A168 : Lot 906 : Halfpennies 18th Century (2) Westmoreland (now Cumbria) 1794 Kendal, Obverse: a cypher R&D crest...

Auction 167
Tokens GB and World Tokens (31) South Africa 1861 Whyte & Co. Obverse: TEA MERCHANTS ANDS GROCERS. CAPE TOWN with WHYTE & CO in centre, Reverse: Figure of Hope seated with anchor behind to right, 1861 in exergue, VF. New Zealand Penny Obverse: Standing Female with arm on shield, Palm Tree behind NEW ZEALAND, Reverse bust of Maori warrior 3/4 right ADVANCE NEW ZEALAND KM#Tn49 VF, Ireland Penny 1818 Obverse Bust of George III, LUKE XX.CHAP.XXV.VER, Reverse Harp VG. (18) - 1794 DH32 Fine, Rare. - 1791 Paley's Bishop Blaze standing DH43 EF with traces of lustre. (2) - 1793 DH50 Obv: Figure of Boy/Rev: Shield, VF. Birmingham Mining and Company 1792 DH85 NVF. - Emsworth 1793 Obv: Ship /Reverse: Seated female DH9 Fine. - 1793 Obverse: Shield/Reverse: Woolpack DH19 NVF, - 1791 Obv: Man in loom weaving Reverse: Hanging Fleece, Edge Payable at the Warehouse of John Kershaw DH140. - 1796 Obverse: A female spinning/Reverse: A man in a loom weaving, DH6 VF. - Salter's The Cheapest Hat Warehouse in the World undated DH473 GEF with traces of lustre. Middlesex - Lackington's 1795 milled edge, DH357a VF. Middlesex Lackington's 1794 Edge Payable at the Temple of the Muses DH353 NEF/GVF. - undated Obverse: Bottle/Reverse: Hope standing, Plain edge DH23b NEF. Middlesex Political and Social Series 1793 DH1033 NVF/GF. Hampshire - Emsworth 1794 Earl Howe, not in collar DH14a GVF/VF. - 1794 F.Heath DH39 NVF. Warwickshire - John Wilkinson Iron Master 1792 with plain edge DH451h, GVF. Warwickshire - Birmingham undated Dr. DH71 VF. Dublin undated , Plain edge DH231a VF. Pennies (3) Penny 1811 TO FACILITATE TRADE Davis 21 EF, 1811 and South Fine with poor surfaces, 1812 Birmingham and South Wales About Fine, Borough of Gateshead 1849 Boundary Token 32mm diameter in George Hawks, NEF, and ic Tokens in bronze, Halfpenny sized (4) along with Halfpenny 1699 Date in Exergue Peck 687 NVF/GF and Gibraltar Two Quarts 1842 Fair, Mother of Pearl Decorative counters , oval shaped (2) EF
£160

Auction 167
Tokens - () 1792 Obverse: Robert Bird Wilkins/Reverse: Ship left, lettered edge DH46 GF/VF
£22 London Coins : A167 : Lot 1724 : Halfpenny 18th Century Hampshire - Newport (Isle of Wight) 1792 Obverse: Robert Bird Wilkins/Reverse... London Coins : A167 : Lot 1724 : Halfpenny 18th Century Hampshire - Newport (Isle of Wight) 1792 Obverse: Robert Bird Wilkins/Reverse...

Auction 167
Tokens a small group (3) 1795 T.Hall - Citty Road 'Kanguroo', 'Armadillo' and 'Rhinoceros DH313 VF, 1789 Coalbrook Dale - Obverse: View of a bridge with a vessel under. ERECTED/ANNO 1779/SPAN 100 FEET. Reverse: A man working a machine, In Exergue INCLINED PLANE AT KETLEY. 1789 DH10 NVF, - 1795 Heath - Ironmonger Obverse: Bust of Bladud to left with bow and quiver BLADUD FOUNDER OF BATH - SUCCESS TO THE BATH WATERS Reverse: A public building WEST FRONT OF NEW PUMP ROOM BATH, Exergue HEATH IRONMONGER 1795 GVF/NEF struck on a 31mm flan along with Token 1832 The Reformation of the People's Rights, T.Attwood, in , Fine/NVF, holed at the top
£20

Auction 164
Tokens (3) - Deal 1794 Obverse: Man of war /Reverse: Shield of Arms of the Cinque Ports DH11 EF with traces of lustre, - 1794 Daniel Ecclestone, No stop after COMMERCE DH58 NEF, 1794 DH59 EF or near so with traces of lustre
£100 London Coins : A164 : Lot 593 : Halfpennies 18th Century (3)  Kent - Deal 1794 Obverse: Man of war sailing/Reverse: Shield of Arms o... London Coins : A164 : Lot 593 : Halfpennies 18th Century (3)  Kent - Deal 1794 Obverse: Man of war sailing/Reverse: Shield of Arms o...

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 163
Tokens (7) (2) 1795 Davidson's - Female seated/Hands holding crowned triangle DH295 NEF, National Series - Conjoined portraits/A Man-of war DH945 NEF, (3) , Hanging fleece/Norwich Castle DH12 EF, Norwich undated DH24 Bottle/Figure of Hope standing EF, Norwich 1792 City Shield of Arms/Shop front in a circle DH28 About EF, - (2) undated John Howard/Female seated, DH36D GVF, Bath 1794 Camel/India House DH50 EF
£90

Auction 163
Tokens (7) (3) Bury Gateway/Open book, Leatherdales edge DH29, EF with traces of lustre, Bury undated Gateway/Open book DH29 Coarse milled edge DH29d NEF toned, undated, Town Arms with supporters/Man ploughing and ship DH34 NEF, - 1793 Figure of a boy/Shield with hedgehogs DH50 NEF, Birmingham - Bissets Temple interior, with hanging pictures/Ornaments of spar DH120 NEF, (2) Holt undated, Fame standing/Legend in 6 lines, DH3 Milled edge Near EF, 1796 Grocers Arms and supporters/Cathedral of DH21 GVF,
£90

Auction 163
Tokens (4) (2) 1793 Grocers Arms/East India House DH15 GVF/VF, York 1795 Cathedral/Castle and Drawbridge DH63 EF with traces of surface residue, Dublin - Parkers 1794 Female seated resting upon an anchor/Register stove DH351 NEF/EF, - Leith 1797 Ship /Britannia DH21 EF
£80

Auction 162
Tokens (3) - 1793 Wainfleet Abbey DH8 UNC and lustrous with a few small tone spots, - 1796 Sail Canvas Manufactory, Small lettering, Large Loom DH6 UNC with some lustre, - South Shields DH6 Obverse: A ship , Reverse MAY PEACE & PLENTY ACCOMPANY THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES Lustrous UNC
£160 London Coins : A162 : Lot 850 : Halfpennies 18th Century (3) Lincolnshire - Wainfleet 1793 Wainfleet Abbey DH8 UNC and lustrous with... London Coins : A162 : Lot 850 : Halfpennies 18th Century (3) Lincolnshire - Wainfleet 1793 Wainfleet Abbey DH8 UNC and lustrous with...

Auction 162
Tokens (11) shire - Perth (2) 1797 A spirit still DH10 NVF, 1797 Tay Bridge DH4 Good Fine, (5) (2) 1791 Engrailed edge DH50a VF, 1796 Harrison's DH20 VF, Leith (3) 1796 Port of Leith DH58 Fine, 1797 Ship (2) DH60 GF and VF, Angusshire (3) Montrose 1799 Lunatic Hospital DH30 Fine, Brechin 1801 DH9 Fine, W.Crooms (2) DH12 GVF/VF, DH13 VF, along with Token , Hoxton , L.Clarke - Green Man GVF
£90

Auction 162
Tokens (12) Angusshire - (9) 1795 Old Tower DH10 About Fine, W.Crooms, in collar DH12 VF, DH13 Plain edge in collar GF, DH14 Plain edge (rounded) Fine, 1796 Dundee Infirmary DH16 Fine, 1797 Glass Works (2) DH17 Fine and Good Fine, 1797 Dudhope Castle/Flax working (2) DH18 Fine, DH20 Good Fine, - (3) 1791 Hutchison's DH34 GVF, 1791 Hibernia DH51 VF/NVF, 1791 Ship DH50 Lettered edge, Fine
£90

Auction 161
Tokens Pennies (2) 1794 Botanical Gardens NVF, 1794 Bridge DH4 struck in white metal, Fine, 18th Century 1795 Jas Bayley, Draper GEF, 1814 Ship, For the Convenience of Trade Withers 1415 Good Fine, Very Rare, along with a further group of 19th Century (10) 1813 Workhouse, Pennies 19th Century (17), along with (6), Farthings (2) in mixed grades to VF
£330

Auction 156
Tokens - , (11) Hutchinson's, St. Andrew/City Arms design (10), 1790 DH27, 1791 DH32, 1791 DH33, 1791 DH35, 1791 DH39 (Counterfeit), 1791 DH40 (Counterfeit), 1791 DH40a (Counterfeit), 1792 DH42, 1792 DH44, 1791 , DH50 obverse, Shield of Arms reverse, Edge Edinburgh, & Dumfries, along with Edinburgh Varieties 1791 St. Andrew/Ship DH50a Fine to GVF, and 1859 Caledonian Lodge St. Andrew/Shield Good Fine
£100

Auction 156
Tokens - 1794 Arms/Sloop ' Success and Safety Attend The Endeavour' DH24 GVF: Cataloguers Note: The 'Endeavour' is the name of the Hastings Lifeboat
£55 London Coins : A156 : Lot 889 : Halfpenny 18th Century Sussex - Hastings 1794 Arms/Sloop sailing ' Success and Safety Attend Th... London Coins : A156 : Lot 889 : Halfpenny 18th Century Sussex - Hastings 1794 Arms/Sloop sailing ' Success and Safety Attend Th...

Auction 156
Tokens (4) - Aylesbury 1796 Bust of William III/Liberty Cap, Milled edge DH7 NVF overall, weakly struck in the centre, - Croydon 1797 Cypher/Teapot DH8 Fine, pitted with some scratches, shire - Carmarthen Ironworks/Forge DH5 Good Fine, Westmoreland - Cypher/Man of War DH5 Fine
£42

Auction 151
Tokens (7) (3) 1794 DH22D, DH23A, 1796 DH24, Bury Reverse Bury Arms (2) DH25 and DH26, Haverhill 1794 Loom DH31, undated, Arms/Ship DH34 VF to NEF
£90

Auction 123
Tokens Pint Token 1817 Morston Obverse WILLIAM. BUCK. JUNr. MORSTON.1817 around PINT in centre, Reverse Ship SUCCESS.TO.THE.CRUIZER.OF.MORSTON EF with traces of lustre. Cataloguer's note 'William Buck Junior was the landlord of the Anchor Public House in Morston. The Cruizer was a brig registered in and in Lloyd's 'Register of Shipping' 1818 W.Buck is listed as her owner. It is possible that this token was issued to commemorate the launch of the Cruizer'.
£130

Auction 122
Tokens Pint Token 1817 Morston Obverse WILLIAM. BUCK. JUNr. MORSTON.1817 around PINT in centre, Reverse Ship SUCCESS.TO.THE.CRUIZER.OF.MORSTON NVF with some pitting
£120 London Coins : A122 : Lot 1017 : Pint Token 1817 Norfolk Morston Obverse WILLIAM. BUCK. JUNr. MORSTON.1817 around PINT in centre,... London Coins : A122 : Lot 1017 : Pint Token 1817 Norfolk Morston Obverse WILLIAM. BUCK. JUNr. MORSTON.1817 around PINT in centre,...

Auction 120
Tokens Pint Token 1817 Morston Obverse WILLIAM. BUCK. JUNr. MORSTON.1817 around PINT in centre, Reverse Ship SUCCESS.TO.THE.CRUIZER.OF.MORSTON Above EF with traces of lustre
£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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