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Lot 1913    19TH CENTURY COPPER TOKENS    Staffordshire

Estimate $120
SOLD $160

WEDNESBURY, Abel Round's penny, 1812 bare headed and draped bust of George III right/Royal Exchange building (Davis 116), halfpennies, similar (Davis 117 normal cord milling, another with diagonal milling to right, (illustrated)). West Bromwich and Coseley, James Cooksey's penny, 1812 (legend both sides (Davis 118). West Bromwich Oldbury, Tipton & Brieley, W. Whitehouse & Co.'s penny, 1811, legend both sides (Davis 120). Very fine-good extremely fine, 117 diagonally grained is proof-like and rare thus. (5)

First three ex S. V. Hagley Collection, fourth from Dolphin Coins in 1997 and the last acquired in 1960's.

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