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Late Eighteenth Century Twopenny token.
2d ND Norwich - Two pence (Cartwheel size) Robt Blake / Cotton & Bombazine D.17 VF £45








Late Eighteenth Century Penny Tokens
(Reference numbers correspond to Dalton & Hamer)
No. Date
Ref. No. Condition Price
E.1 1787 Anglesey, Tryschwyn, PMCo for Parys Mines Co. / Druid's head within oak-wreath, DH 51 GF £10

Late Eighteenth Century Copper Half-Penny Tokens
(Reference numbers correspond to Dalton & Hamer)
No. Date
Ref. No. Condition Price
E2 1788 Anglesey, Amlwch. PMCo for Parys Mine Co. / Druid's head in oak-wreath.

DH.309 GF £8
E3 1794 Brighton, Sussex. Prince of Wales feathers.

DH.2 VF £10
E4 1796 Brighton, Sussex. Prince of Wales feathers. W.Mighells.

DH.10 VF £12
E5 1794 Blything, Suffolk. LoyaL Suffolk Yeomanry. (Cut across rifer's head).

DH.19 GVF+ £8
E6 1794 Bungay. Suffolk. Castle.

DH.22 VF £12
E7 1794 Birmingham, Mining and Copper Company. Seated figure on rock / Cornucopiae.

DH.74 VF £8
E8 1791 Another, different dies.

DH.81 VF £8
E9 1792 Another, different dies. DH.84 GF+ £6
E10 1792 Another, different dies.

DH.88 VF £8
E11 1793 Emsworth, Bust of Earl Howe / Britannia std. John Stride's edge DH.9 VF £10
E12 1794 Another, different dies.

DH.15 VF £10
E13 1795 Another, Lancaster edge.

DH.30 VF/+ £12
E14 1794 Gosport, Hampshire. Jordan's edge. Helmeted soldier.

DH.41 VF £12
E15 1794 Haverhill, Suffolk. Spinning machine.

DH.31 AVF £9
E16 1791 Hull, Yorkshire. Gorton's edge. Lady Godiva.

DH.17 AVF £8
E17 1794 Lamberhurst, Kent. Arms / Shield.

DH.35a GVF+ £45
E18 1792 Lancaster, Bust of John of Gaunt L. / Arms DH.23 VF+ £10
E19 1794 Lancaster, Daniel Eccleston, his bust.

DH.58 VF/+ £20
E20 1793 Leeds, Yorkshire. Bishop's bust, r. At H. Brownbill's, Silversmith.

DH.37 VF £12
E21 1791 Leeds, Yorkshire. Standing figure. At Richard Paley.

DH.47 VF £12
E22 1791 Another, different dies.

DH.44 VF £12
E23 1794 Leighton Buzzard, Beds. Figure std under tree / Sheep.

DH.3c GVF £20
E24 1790 Macclesfield. Bust of Charles Roe / Female seated with mining tools.

DH.24 VF £12
E25 1793 Manchester. Fielding's edge.

DH.135 VF £12
E26 1793 Manchester. Payable at J. Rayner & Co

DH. VF/+ £15


MIDDLESEX - (Next 11 tokens) :




E27 1795 Davidson's - Sise Lane.

DH.295 GVF+ £35
E28 1795 Kilvington's.

DH.346 VF £12
E29 1795 Kilvington's.

DH.348 AVF £8
E30 1790 Masonic. Triangle, etc

DH.369 GF £7
E31 1794 Newgate Prison.

DH.391 VF £12
E32 1794 Fowler's - Whale Fishery.

DH.306 GF £6
E33 ND Mail Coach office - William Walterhouse. (Swan with 2 necks).

DH.64 VF/+ £15
E34 ND Mail Coach office - J. Palmer, gratitude, etc Giltt.

DH.363 VF+ £10
E35 1794 Middlesex, London, Lackington's, Bust left DH.351 GVF £20
E36 1795 Middlesex, London, William's, Prince of Wales plumes above portcullis / Crowned




arms of London. (Issuer was a button maker in St. Martin's Lane). DH.915 VF+ £15
E37 1794 Middlesex, National Series, two busts left. / Ship DH.945a VF/+ £15
E38 1794 Northiam, Sussex. Gilbert's edge. DH.35 AVF £10

1793 Petersfield, Hampshire. Eames, Holland, Andrews. Rider with sword / Stork DH.47 GVF £16
E39 1793 Petersfield, Hampshire. Eames, Holland, Andrews. Rider with sword / Stork DH.47 GF £8
E40 1793 North Wales. Druid's head within oak-wreath / RNG cypher. "Current everywhere" edge DH.1d GVF+ £21
E41 1794 Portsea, Hampshire. Arms / Ship. DH.73 VF/+ £12
E42 1796 Portsea, Hampshire. Ship. Holed.

DH.79 GF £8
E43 1794 Portsmouth, Hampshire. Bust, left.

DH.53 VF £10
E44 1797 Portsmouth, Hampshire. Bust, left.

DH.58 GF £7
E45 1797 Stafford, Staffs., Castle.

DH.21 VF £12
E46 1794 Winchelsea, Sussex. Maplesden's edge

DH.40 VF/+ £12
E47 1791 Warwickshire county halfpenny. Bust left.

DH.47 GVF £15
E48 1792 Wilkinson, Wilkinson's bust, / Vulcan seated, hammer & anvil. Anglesea edge

DH.390 VF/+ £12
E49 1792 Wilkinson, Wilkinson's bust, / Vulcan seated, hammer & anvil. DH.448 GF+ £6


IRELAND.




E50 1794 Cork. Flying angel with trumpet.

DH2 VF £30
E51 1789 Cronebane, Wicklow. Associated Irish Mine Co. Rare.

DH21 GVF £30
E52 1792/5 Dublin. Mule (different dates each side). Associated Irish Miners. R.L.T. & Co

DH373 VF/+ £25

Late Eighteenth Century Farthing Tokens.
(Numbers correspond to Dalton & Hamer).
E53 1793 South Wales. Laur. bust r. / Shield with Pr of Wales feathers. 'Pro Bono Publico'
VF £10
E54 1793 North Wales. Similar to above.
VF £15








Nineteenth Century Copper Penny Tokens
(Reference numbers correspond to Davis)
N.1 1811 Bath, £1 given for 240 of these, by Whitchurch and Dore. D.74 VF £25
N2 1811 Birmingham, View of the Work-house. D.45 GF £10
N3 1812 Birmingham, Union Copper company, clasped hands D.65 VF/+ £20
N4 1814 Birmingham, View of the Work-house. D.44 GVF £30
N5 1811 Birmingham & Swansea. Rose Copper Company D.93 AVF £12
N6 1811 Bristol, BB & Co, payable at Bristol, Swansea & London / Arms.

D.86 VF/+ £22
N7 1811 Cornwall - Scorrier House, Cornish Penny. View of tin mine / fish & tin ingots D.23 VF £20
N8 1812 Hull, Yorkshire. View of lead works with smoking chimneys / By I.K. Picard etc. D.83 VF £20
N9 1812 Sheffield, stdg figure / view of the workhouse, Overseers of the poor. D.122 GF+ £8
N10 1811 Worcester, Civitas in Bello in Pace Fidelis. / Arms. D.14 VF £12

Nineteenth Century Copper Half-Penny Tokens
(Reference numbers correspond to Davis)
N11 1811 Norwich, Norfolk. MDCCCXI, Newton Silversmioth & Jewellers.

D.27 GVF £15
N12 1811 Worcester, Civitas in Bello in Pace Fidelis / Arms. D.28 GVF £18
N13 1811 Walthamstow, Essex. British Copper Co., Bust of Brutus / Britannia seated left.

D.24 GVF/+ £18
N14 1811 Walthamstow, British Copper Co., Bust of Brutus / Britannia std. D.31 GVF £12
N15 1811 Walthamstow, British Copper Co., Bust of Brutus / Britannia std. D.31 GF £6

Nineteenth Century Silver Shilling Tokens
(Reference numbers correspond to Dalton)
~N16 1811 Bilston, arms of town - a castle & five lions / By Rushbury & Woolley. D.2 GVF £32
N17 1811 Birmingham, view of workhouse / Arms One Pound Note for 20 Tokens D.9 AVF £28
N18 1811 Birmingham, view of workhouse / Arms One Pound Note for 20 Tokens D.11 VF £35
N19 1811 Birmingham, view of workhouse / Arms One Pound Note for 20 Tokens

D.11 AVF £30
N20 1812 Sheffield, arms in wreath S.&.C. Younge & Co / Commerce seated to the left. D.65 NEF £47
N21 1812 Stockport, beehive & bees, T. Cartwright & G.&R. Ferns / Commerce seated right D.4 VF £38

Nineteenth Century Silver Sixpence Tokens.
N22 1811 Bilston, arms of town / Rushbury and Woolley

D.3 VF £25
N23 1811 Bristol, arms of city in garter / F.Garratt, W.Terrell, etc.

D.55 VF £25
N24 1812 Stockport, Cheshire. Cartwright, Beehive & Bees. Holed.

D.8 GVF £8
N25 1811 York, Yorkshire. Cattle & Barber.

D.94 GVF+ £32









Imitation 'SPADE' Guineas.


No. Date Description Condition Price


SG.1 1768 IN MEMORY OF THE GOOD OLD DAYS F+ £1


SG.2 1797 as above, different date VF £1


SG.3 1797 T.H.E O.L.D.E.N T.I.M.E.S. EF £2


SG.4 1701 Birmingham, G.Y.I(liffe).ET.F.G(ardner).REX, etc. VF £2


SG.5
Birmingham, C.P.E.V.E.R.E.L.A.T.E. E.M.C.A.R.R.O.L.L. M.A.K.E.R.





1788 (Charles Peverelle, late M. Carroll, Edgebaston St) Holed VF £5


SG.6 1790 Birmingham, B(ancroft) Bros. Rex etc GF £3


SG.7 1790 Birmingham, N.C.R ET. CO. D.G.I.T.REX, etc (Nathaniel Cracknell,






Reading, Warstone Lane, Jewellers and chain Manu'facturers. Holed VF £4


SG.8 1798 London, J. Sainsbury "For Best Provisions"






M.B.F.ET.H.REX.F.D.B. Etc VF £4


SG.9 1791 T.B. ET. T.A. REX. F.D. BAR. S.T.D.S.T.M.S. ET. C (Holed) GVF £4


SG.10 1798 MBF ET H REX FDB ET LDSRIAT ET E / scalloped edge. GVF £6










Imitation 'SPADE' Half-Guineas.


SG.11 1788 IN MEMORY OF THE GOOD OLD DAYS GVF £1










SG.12
Special - one each of SG 1 to 11……………
£20