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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

Auction 169
Tokens (6) - 1791 Bust/WGM Cypher, Milled edge DH12 GVF/NEF. (2) Deptford 1795 Kentish Men DH13 VF. Deptford 1795 Kentish Men DH13a GVF. (2) 1793 Wainfleet Abbey/Figure of Hope, Warehouses edge, DH8a GVF. 1794 Britannia standing/Arms, Lettered edge, DH5 VF. - 1790 DH25 A/UNC and lustrous

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 (13) (4) Emsworth 1794 Earl Howe and Britannia, , or edge, DH13 NVF, Emsworth 1793 Peace and Plenty edge Current Every Where DH11 VF or better, 1791 Walter Taylor's - edge : PAYABLE AT THE OFFICE OF W.TAYLOR, R.MOODY & CO DH89 VF, 1794 DH68 Good Fine, (2) - John Wilkinson 1790 edge WILLEY SNEDSHILL BERSHAM BRADLEY Fine, 1791 edge WILLEY SNEDSHILL BERSHAM BRADLEY DH438 Good Fine, (2) 1794 J.H.Tooke DN1047 Good Fine, Davidsons 1795 edge reads: PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF T. AND R. DAVIDSONS DH294a GF, (2) 1794 edge: London Liverpool Montrose DH9a About Fine, South Shields 1794 Success to the Coal Trade DH4 VF, - Leek Commercial DH11 NVF, - 1793 Wainfleet Abbey DH8a edge reads PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSES OF D.WRIGHT & S.PALMER VF or better, (1) Dublin 1813 James Hilles Withers 1820 Fine

Auction 142
Tokens Tokens (5) One and 1811 Davis 16 EF toned, Shillings Lincolnshire (4) 1811 John Gamson Davis 5 Fine, Gainsborough 1811 S.Sandars Davis 8 Fine, Lincoln 1812 Millson and Davis 12 GVF, Lincoln 1812 Millson and Preston Davis 13 VF, Tokens, Lincolnshire (5) DH5 GVF, Spalding DH6 GVF, Sleaford DH3b Good Fine, DH8a (2) both VF, all with attributions

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