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Lot 286    18TH CENTURY COPPER TOKENS    Middlesex

Estimate $2,500
SOLD $2,100

JAMES' PENNY, on broad flan, lion couchant/a vulture, 'medals, dies crests coats of arms uniforms ec' (D&H 32F this piece). Struck without collar, uneven pressure left piece not well struck up (D&H suggest dies were partly defaced). Dark brown patina, extremely fine except for weakness and probably unique.

Ex W. Norman (lot ) S.H. Hamer (lot 123) and Waite Sanderson (lot 72 part) collections and Davissons Sale October 1997 (lot 196) front cover item.

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