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Lot 1951    19TH CENTURY COPPER TOKENS    Scotland

Estimate $60
SOLD $120

GLASGOW, Phoenix Iron-Works penny, 1813 view of buildings/Justice standing (Davis 1,5) Hamilton, Retailer's farthing, 1814, legend both sides (Davis 11) edge straight grained, another, thin flan dated 1828. The first nearly uncirculated with light brown patina, others fine-very fine. (4)

The first ex Spink Sale, others ex S.V. Hagley Collection.

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