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18th & 19th Century Tokens

Late Eighteenth Century Copper Penny tokens
(Reference numbers correspond to Dalton & Hamer)
No. Date

Ref. No. Condition Price
E1 1787 Anglesey , Druid's head. 1 acorn at tie. (Curved 7).

E2 1788 Anglesey, Druid's head.


Late Eighteenth Century Copper Half-Penny Tokens
(Reference numbers correspond to Dalton & Hamer)
E6 1794 Canterbury, Kent. James Robertson's.

DH.7 GF £6
E7 1794 Chelmsford, Essex. Clachar & Co.'s edge

DH.5 VF+ £12
E8 1792 Coventry, Warwickshire. Lady Godiva on horseback

DH.231 VF £15
E9 1794 Hawkhurst, Kent. Charles Hider's edge.

DH.30 GVF £30
E10 1792 Lancaster, Bust of John of Gaunt. Thos. Worswick & Sons.

DH.21 VF/GF £10
E11 1791 Liverpool, Lancs. Contemporary counterfeit.

DH.84 F £7
E12 1795 Middlesex, Dennis's. Baker's halfpenny.

DH.297 GF £6
E13 1795 Middlesex. Guest's. Patent Boots & Shoes.

DH.308 VF £8
E14 ND Middlesex, Mail coach. JF cypher

DH.363 VF £12
E16 ND Middlesex. National series, bust of George, Prince of Wales. / Royal Arms, etc

DH.952a GF £6
E18 1795 Middlesex. National series, another as above, but much better

DH.977 EF £30
E19 1793 Middlesex, Political & Social series. Newton. Engrailed edge.

DH.1035c VF+ £12
E20 1794 New Romney, Kent. Sawyer's Edge.

DH.38 VF/GVF £18
E21 1792 Rochdale, Lancs. John Kershaw's edge.

DH.143 NEF £30
E22 1790 Stratford-upon-Avon, Warks. Shakespeare. Plain edge.

DH.327f VF+ £18
E23 N.D Warwickshire. John Wilkinson, Iron Master. Moneta seated.

DH.465 GF £18
E24 1792 Yarmouth, Norfolk. Rosettte countermark. DH.52 VF+ £38
E25 1789 IRELAND - Cronebane, Wicklow. Birmingham edge. DH.43b GVF £28
E26 N.D SCOTLAND - Dundee, W. Crooms, High St. DH.13 VF+ £20
E27 1796 SCOTLAND - Edinburgh, Archibald Seedsman. DH.12 VF £16

Late Eighteenth Century Copper Farthing tokens.

E28 N.D Birmingham, John Howard. F.R.S. Cypher. HH DH.481a GF £8
E29 1793 Middlesex. Sir Isaac Newton. DH.1151 NVF £7
E30 1793 North Wales. Bust right / Prince of Wales crest DH.15 VF+ £9
E31 1793 North Wales. Similar to the above DH.19 GF £7

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

D. 34 GF/+ £40

Nineteenth Century Copper Two pence token.
N2 ND Norwich - Two pence (Cartwheel size) Robt Blake / Cotton & Bombazine Manufacturers

D.17 VF/+ £40

Nineteenth Century Copper Penny Tokens
(Reference numbers correspond to Davis)
N3 1812 Birmingham , Workhouse. View of the workhouse.

D.38 GF £12
N4 1813 Another, as above.

D.42 GF £10
N5 1812 Birmingham - Union Copper Company, two hands clasped.

D.70 VF £12
N6 1811 Birmingham & Neath. Large crown / Crown Copper Company. Value

D.49 VF £8
N7 1811 Birmingham & Neath. Large crown / Crown Copper Company. Value

D.55 GVF £27
N8 1811 Bristol, Somerset. Bust of George III r. / Arms

D.76 GVF £30
N9 1811 Bristol, Somerset. Bristol Copper Company. / BB & Co.

D.81 GF+ £8
N10 1811 Bristol, Somerset. Brass & Copper Co. D.86 GF/VF £22
N11 1813 Flint. View of lead works / Value in circle

D.8 GVF £30
N12 1813 Halesowen. God Save the King, Horseman galloping left with sword

D.3 GVF+ £50
N13 1812 Hull, Yorkshire. View of lead works with smoking chimneys / By I.K. Picard etc. D.83 VF £16
N14 1812 Nottingham. Distant view of castle / Borough arms, by JM Fellows

D.17 GF £9
N15 1815 Sheffield, Yorkshire. View of workhouse.

D.135 AVF £15
N16 1811 Staffordshire County. Bust of George III right / Commerce std.

D.17 VF/+ £25
N17 1813 Strabane, Co. Tyrone. Ireland. G. Irvine, seated figure with scales & cornucopia

D.1 VF/+ £35
N18 1811 Walsall, Staffs. Druid's head ; Payable by Joseph Parker / Value in wreath

D.107 VF £20
N19 1813 Withymoor Scythe Works. Man & machinery / Jas Griffin & Sons. MODERN issue

- EF £10
N20 1811 Worcester City and County. Arms - Civitas in Bello, in Pace Fidelis

D.28 GF £10

Nineteenth Century Copper Half-Penny Tokens
(Reference numbers correspond to Davis or Withers D. or W.)
N21 1811 Bristol, Somerset. Ship in full sail Davis
D.112 GVF £15
N22 1812 Hull, Yorkshire. Wellington's battles. Withers -
W.1515/30 GVF £12
N23 N.D. Middlesex, London. Lad Lane, Payable at the Mail coach office. Swan with

two necks / Mail coach. (issued by William Waterhouse). Davis
D.64 VF £21
N24 1812 Not Local. Bust of George III in wreath / Commerce std left

(a brass imitation imported to ~Lower Canada by Joseph Tiffin). Withers -
W.1450 GF £7
N25 1811 Walthamstow, Essex. Bust right - Vincit Amor Patriae / seated figure

N26 1811 Walthamstow, Essex. Bust right - Vincit Amor Patriae / seated figure

N27 1813 Walthamstow, Essex. British Copper Co. Std Britannia / Lion walking left

D.39 GF £5

Nineteenth Century Silver Sixpence token.
N28 1811 York. City Arms / Cattle & Barber. Holed. Dalton
93 VF £8