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Lot 1912    19TH CENTURY COPPER TOKENS    Staffordshire

Estimate $320
SOLD $600

RUGELEY, Edward Baker's penny, undated, legend both sides (Davis 94); Walsall, Fletcher & Sharratt's penny, 1811, bear and ragged staff/legend in wreath (Davis 102 (illustrated), 104, 105 (illustrated) (2)) halfpenny similar (Davis 115); penny, 1811, view of St. Mathews Church/legend with an oak wreath (Davis 106 (3) (illustrated)). Joseph Parker's penny, 1811, Druids head left/legend in wreath (Davis 110, 111, uncertain overstruck on a brass token (?) or blank, double struck). The first fine, others very fine-good extremely fine or nearly uncirculated. (12)

Davis 104,115,106, uncertain (double strike) ex S.V. Hagley Collection, 102 from Spink in 1987, 106 from W. Fleming in 1971, 106 from Dolphin Coins in 1987, 110 from Seaby in 1971, 111 ex Myles Gerson Collection and Noble Numismatics Sale (lot 1356 part).

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