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Coin, medal and banknote auction - 14 June 2012 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 14 June 2012. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 34 - Tokens
Lot Thumbnail Description of lot Estimate Realised
1777
Derby Silver shilling, obv. Phoenix rising from coronet, rev. 'For The Use of The Inns at Derby, Ashbourn, Chesterfield, Nottingham, Leicester, Litchfield, Burton & C', AEF with pleasing tone. Extremely rare. Includes an old ticket stating 'Not in Harmer, W Sanderson or Cockayne colls.' £200 to 300 £460.00
1778
Chesterfield, Derbys. 1666 (small size) halfpenny, James Dalton 'His Halfpenny', obv. lion rampant, fair but scarce. Includes an old ticket. £20 to 30 £22.00
1779
Chesterfield, Derbys. 17th Century halfpenny (large size), obv. Angel; rev. 'Richard Clarke At The' & 'His Halfpenny RCA'. VF, attractive & rare. Includes an old ticket. £100 to 150 £110.00
1780
Derby 1667 octagonal halfpenny, obv. Turk's head dividing legend 'MO-RAT'; rev. 'LVKE NEYLD IN DARBY' & a harp dividing the date below, fine & rare. Includes an old ticket. £75 to 125 £150.00
1781
Tideswell, Derbys. 1667 halfpenny (mid size), obv. shield & 'Edward Ashe', rev. 'In Tideswall 1667' & 'His Halfpenny'. VF & attractive. Includes an old ticket. £40 to 60 £110.00
1782
Bakewell, Derbys. 1669 halfpenny (large size) John Dickens 'His Halfpenny', fine. Includes an old ticket. £20 to 30 £42.00
1783
Derby 1669 halfpenny (small size), obv. shield divided into six segments; rev. 'Robert Fearbrother His Halfpenny', fine & rare. Includes an old ticket. £50 to 100 £135.00
1784
Derby 1669 halfpenny, William Dawson, 'Dier in Darby', on a brass flan, fine. Includes an old ticket. £20 to 30 £20.00
1785
1811 Rose Copper Company penny & halfpenny 'Birmingham & Swansea' G/Fine. (2) £10 to 20 N/S
1786
Leicester 1811 silver sixpence, obv. stylised five leaf 'clover' within shield & 'Six Penny Silver Token'; rev. 'Morgan Licensed Maker, 12 Rathbone Place, London' & 'Derby, Leicester & Rutland Six-penny token 1811' within circle. VF or a little better. £15 to 25 £20.00
1787
Newark, Notts. 1811 silver shilling, obv. Town Hall; rev. 'The Current value payable in cash notes; T Stansall, Chas Moor' etc. AEF, nice tone, includes an old ticket. £30 to 50 £36.00
1788
1812 Stockport (Cheshire) silver shilling, rev beehive & 15 bees, G & R Ferns & T Cartwright, VF/GVF. £20 to 30 £28.00
1789
1813 Sheffield & 1837 Lower Canada, Bank of Montreal pennies, plus halfpenny tokens of St Helena, Rochdale 1792, Lancaster 1792 & Warwickshire 1793. Mostly fine to VF. £15 to 30 £22.00
1790
Various 2d, 3d & 2s jetons/tokens, probably all 19th & early 20th Century in various (base) metals, plus an 1830 copper 'Accommodation' token with the 1806 type head of George III & the 'Lauer' miniatures. (14) £15 to 25 £46.00
 
   
       
   
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