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18th Century Tokens

Late Eighteenth Century Copper Half-Penny Tokens
(Reference numbers correspond to Dalton & Hamer)
No. Date
Ref. No. Condition Price
E1 1794 Appledore, Kent. W. Peckhams. Windmill / Reclining cow.

DH.3 GVF/+ £20
E2 1794 Blything, Suffolk. Loyal Suffolk Yeomanry. Soldier on horse.

DH.19 GVF/+ £20
E3 1794 Blything, Suffolk. Loyal Suffolk Yeomanry. (Cut across rifer's head).

DH.19 VF £8
E4 1794 Bungay. Suffolk. Castle.

DH.22 VF £12
E5 1792 Coventry, Warks. Lady Godiva on horseback / elephant

DH.237 GF+ £8
E6 1794 Coventry, Warks. Lady Godiva on horseback / statue

DH.249 VF £12
E7 1794 Deal, Kent. Edge - Richard Long's Library. Ship / Arms

DH.11 GVF++ £45
E8 1795 Deptford, Kent. Rear of Ship. Thos Haycraft's edge. Much lustre

DH.13 EF £42
E9 1794 Dymchurch, Kent. W. Parris edge. "For the Honor and Use of Trade." Lustrous

DH.15 AEF £48
E10 1790 Edinburgh, Lothian, Scotland. Hutchinson's. St. Andrew / Arms/.

DH.23 GVF £20
E11 1794 Faversham, Kent. John Crow, Ship / Arms.

DH.20 GVF £20
E12 1794 Haverhill, Suffolk. Spinning machine.

DH.31 AVF £9
E13 1794 Hythe, Kent. At Richard Shipden's. Ship / Arms.

DH.31 GVF+ £45
E14 1792 Lancaster, Lancs. Bust of John of Gaunt . Arms.

DH.23 VF+ £10
E15 1792 Lancaster, Lancs. Bust of John of Gaunt . Arms.

DH.24 GVF £16
E16 1793 Leeds, Yorkshire. Bishop's bust, r. At H. Brownbill's, Silversmith.

DH.37 VF £12
E17 1791 Another, different dies.

DH.44 VF £12
E18 179- Leeds, Yorkshire. Bishop's bust, r. Bishop Blaze.

DH.45 GVF £20
E19 1794 Leighton Buzzard, Beds. Figure std under tree / Sheep.

DH.3c GVF £20
E20 1794 Fowler's - Whale Fishery.

DH.306 GF £6
E21 1792 Macclesfield, Cheshire. RG cypher with beehive & bees.

DH.72b VF+ £25
E22 1795 Maidstone, Kent. J. Smythe, at Padsole Paper Mill.

DH.37 GVF £30
E23 1796 Newent, Glos. J. Morse, issuer. Crab apple & pear. "Stocks raised from the kernel...."

DH. 64 GVF £30
E24 1794 Newgate, Middlesex. View of the prison. Lustrous

DH.393 EF £20
E25 1794 Newgate, Middlesex. View of the prison.

DH.396b GVF £20
E26 1795 Middlesex, Hall's. Three animals.

DH.313 GVF £30
E27 1794 Middlesex, Lackington's. Bust 2/3rd facing / figure

DH.353 VF/+ £15
E28 1795 Middlesex - Political & Social series. (Edge - payable in London)

DH.1018a VF £10
E29 ND Middlesex, Mail coach.

DH.363 AVF £7
E30 ND Middlesex, Mail coach.

DH.363 GVF/+ £18
E31 ND Middlesex, Mail coach.

DH.366 VF/+ £12
E32 1791 Southampton, Hamps. S. Bevois / Arms

DH.89 VF/+ £9
E33 1791 Warwickshire county halfpenny. Bust left.

DH.47 GVF £15
E34 1794 Winchelsea, Sussex. Maplesden's edge. Beehive 7 bees / Arms. Lustre

DH.41 EF £50


IRELAND.




E35 1789 Cronebane, Wicklow. Associated Irish Mine Co. Rare.

DH21 GVF £30
E36 1792 Dublin, Camac, Kyan & Camac. Six strings. (O in Co under A in Camac).

DH. - F/GF £7








Late Eighteenth Century Copper Farthing token.
E37 1795 Middlesex, Denton's Sir Jeffrey Dunstan. / Deformed dwarf.

DH.1056 GVF/+ £36

Nineteenth Century Copper Three pence token
N1 1813 Birmingham - three pence. Withers 380-3 (rev. sm stain)

D. 34 GF/+ £50








Nineteenth Century Copper Twopenny token.
N2 ND Norwich - Two pence (Cartwheel size) Robt Blake / Cotton & Bombazine Manufacturers D.17 AVF/VF £28
N3 ND Norwich - Two pence (Cartwheel size) Robt Blake / Cotton & Bombazine Manufacturers

D.17 VF/+ £45








Nineteenth Century Copper Penny Tokens
(Reference numbers correspond to Davis)
N4 1811 Bristol , Somerset.

D.76 VF £30
N5 1811 Bristol, BB & Co, payable at Bristol, Swansea & London / Arms.

D.86 VF/+ £22
N6 1811 Cornwall - Scorrier House, Cornish Penny. View of tin mine / fish & tin ingots D.23 VF £20
N7 1812 Hull, Yorkshire. View of lead works with smoking chimneys / By I.K. Picard etc. D.83 VF £20
N8 ND Hull, Yorkshire. Wellington / Mounted cossack.

D.92 VF £20
N9 1812 Nottingham.

D.17 GF £10
N10 1812 Nottingham.

D.17 GVF £25
N11 1815 Sheffield, Yorkshire. View of workhouse.

D.135 AVF £18
N12 1811 Staffordshire County

D.17 VF/+ £30
N13 1813 Strabane, Co. Tyrone. Ireland.

D.1 VF/+ £45
N14 1811 Worcester City and County

D.-- GF £8

Nineteenth Century Copper Half-Penny Tokens
(Reference numbers correspond to Davis)
N15 1811 Bristol, Somerset. Ship in full sail

D.112 GVF £20
N16 1812 Hull, Yorkshire. Wellington's battles.

D.1515/30 GVF £12
N17 1811 Walthamstow, Essex. His bust r.

D.21 GF £5
N18 ND Wellington, non-local. His bust r. / seated Britannia.

W.1497 VF/AVF £8
N19 1811 Walthamstow, British Copper Co., Bust of Brutus / Britannia std. D.31 GVF £12
N20 1811 Worcester, Civitas in Bello in Pace Fidelis / Arms. D.28 GVF £18

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 ND Fattorini, Goldsmith, Harrogate. VF/+ £5


SG.10 1770 MacNiven and Camerons Pens are the Best. - "Waverley, Nile, ..." GVF £6


SG.11 1791 T.B. ET. T.A. REX. F.D. BAR. S.T.D.S.T.M.S. ET. C (Holed) GVF £4


SG.12 1798 MBF ET H REX FDB ET LDSRIAT ET E / scalloped edge. GVF £6


SG.13 ND Sainsbury, Wholesale Depot, London SW / Rovision Merchant VF/+ £5










Imitation 'SPADE' Half-Guineas.


SG.14 1788 IN MEMORY OF THE GOOD OLD DAYS GVF £1