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Lot 151

Sale 61  

WARMINSTER, John Slade, farthing, 1667 (Heart) W.258). Wilton, Stephen Brassier, halfpenny, 1667 (W.268). Fine; very fine, the first rare. (2)

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Estimate $60
SOLD $40

Lot 152

Sale 61  

EVESHAM, Burrow halfpenny, (Burrough Arms, FOR NECESSARY EXCHANG) (w.42) (illustrated); Phillip Ballord, halfpenny, 1664 (W.46). First with even brown patina, very fine; fine. (2)

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Estimate $60
SOLD $50

Lot 153

Sale 61  

EVESHAM, Joshua Fransham, halfpenny, 1666 (W.54). Worcester, Edward Prichett, halfpenny, '67, (City Arms, Chandler) (W.156). Good fine. (2)

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Estimate $60
SOLD $40

Lot 154

Sale 61  

BENTHAM, William Overend, halfpenny, 1668, heart-shape (W.22). Water worn otherwise fine and rare.

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Estimate $150
SOLD $200

Lot 155

Sale 61  

BEVERLEY, William Wilberfoss, halfpenny, (W.32). Verdigris otherwise nearly very fine.

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Estimate $60
SOLD $80

Lot 156

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(KINGSTON-UPON-)HULL, George Hodgson, halfpenny, 1668, (Man smoking pipe, tobacco roll under arm) (W.148). Fine and rare.

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Estimate $120
SOLD $140

Lot 157

Sale 61  

YORK, William Bell, halfpenny, 1665 (Grocer) (W.382); James Leech, halfpenny, 1666, (Skinners' Arms) (W.414) (illustrated); John Roome, halfpenny, '68 (Chandler) (W.430) (illustrated). Fine-nearly very fine ...

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Estimate $120
SOLD $230

Lot 158

Sale 61  

YORK, John Hooper (in script) halfpenny, 1668, (Royal Oak) (W.401). The obverse die only struck on both sides of a worn William III halfpenny, (1695-8). ...

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Estimate $240
SOLD $360

Lot 159

Sale 61  

CORK, City penny, 1659, (ship between castles) (W. 201). Very fine.

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Estimate $60
SOLD $130

Lot 160

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CORK, William Ballard, penny, 1677, (King's bust in royal oak, horseman and soldier below) (W.205). Dublin, Mic Wilson, halfpenny, 1672 (Butchers' Arms and crest; St. ...

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Estimate $60
SOLD $130

Lot 161

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DROGHEDA (SOUTH) HEN COKER, penny, 1656 (Harp, ES) (W.233). Brass with cross-shaped copper insert, nearly very fine.

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Estimate $120
SOLD $200

Lot 162

Sale 61  

JOHN MURREY, penny, 1668 in brass (1.80gms, 21mm) (Pr.45; M.14; W.1). Fair only but extremely rare.

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Estimate $900
SOLD $2,500

Lot 163

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STAPLE-MERCHANTS' FARTHING, undated, Arms/fleece (W.92). Glossy brown patina, good fine.

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Estimate $30
SOLD $30

Lot 164

Sale 61  

A GROUP OF UNIDENTIFIED ISSUES, penny, halfpennies (6) and farthings (9), only parts of legends visible, attribution is possible in most cases through the indexes ...

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Estimate $20
SOLD $20

Lot 165

Sale 61  

ROME, tesserae or admittance tickets, Tiberius left/111; two figures riding a camel right/XII; spinitra or erotic token, couple having intercourse/11-V, all in brass (21mm). The ...

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Estimate $180
SOLD $1,000

Lot 166

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WILLIAM I (1066-1087) PENNY, profile right type (S.1256) (BMC VII) struck in lead as either a die trial or as a token or ticket. Legends ...

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Estimate $600
SOLD $520

Lot 167

Sale 61  

LONDON, 13th century pewter (or lead) tavern tokens; face in circle/geometric pattern; standing figure facing/geometric pattern; Bishop with mitre/plain; cat/plain; ship sailing right/geometric pattern, all ...

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Estimate $180
SOLD $250

Lot 168

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OTHERS, as before but with birds as obverses; fantastic bird facing/shield; bird right head turned back/faint geometric pattern; bird standing/geometric pattern; two birds facing, a ...

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Estimate $180
SOLD $210

Lot 169

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OTHERS, as before but mostly abstract designs; flower/shield; geometric pattern both sides (3); elegant geometric pattern (like a flower)/geometric pattern (obliterated). The second broken internally, ...

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Estimate $150
SOLD $210

Lot 170

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ELIZABETH II, Lyon pewter counter (24mm) undated but circa 1574. Another similar from the same dies, no E in SAVE (cf M.4598). Very fine and ...

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Estimate $120
SOLD $170

Lot 171

Sale 61  

ELIZABETH I, crowned rose pewter or lead counters, (20mm) undated but circa 1590, God Save the Quene (cf M.4713); 'Beatified Queen' circa 1603 (cf M.4750) ...

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Estimate $90
SOLD $110

Lot 172

Sale 61  

ENGLAND, circa 1450, lead bale-seal of Richard Trotman (27 x 40mm). Fragile but very clear, good fine and very rare.

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Estimate $50
SOLD $40

Lot 173

Sale 61  

LATE 17TH CENTURY LEAD TOKENS, (20mm) cross and pellets (medieval style) (cf M.5364); tree/anchor (23mm) (cf M.5398/5402). Nearly very fine and rare. (2)

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Estimate $60
SOLD $50

Lot 174

Sale 61  

LATE 17TH CENTURY LEAD TOKENS, fox running left/W/NI (14.5mm) (illustrated), cross/plain (16mm) (this may be much earlier). Very fine; fair, the first very rare. (2)

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Estimate $60
SOLD $40

Lot 175

Sale 61  

EAST ANGLIAN FARMING TOKEN, in lead (24mm) circa 1750, man wearing hat riding horse left/W.D. pellet above, three pellets below. Very fine and rare.

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Estimate $50
SOLD $50

Lot 176

Sale 61  

FARM TOKEN IN LEAD (38MM) OBVERSE CROSS OVER MHR MONOGRAM REVERSE HORSE GALLOPING LEFT THROUGH TREES. Very fine and very rare.

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Estimate $120
SOLD $120

Lot 177

Sale 61  

BOY BISHOP GROAT OF BURY ST. Edmonds, a fantasy by Billy Monk and Charlie Eaton, c.1857-61. Another 'groat' similar but thinner and flat. Another ...

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Estimate $120
SOLD $100

Lot 178

Sale 61  

EARLY 17TH CENTURY ROYAL JETONS IN SILVER (32MM) OCTAGONAL (2), another (59 x 21mm) retangular octagonal, the first two possibly of James I period. Very ...

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Estimate $270
SOLD $840

Lot 179

Sale 61  

JAMES I, pass in copper (58mm) uniface, cast and chased. Pierced for suspension. Fine and very rare.

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Estimate $120
SOLD $230

Lot 180

Sale 61  

CHARLES II, pass for the Touching Ceremony, undated, in copper (30mm) (W.12) (Peck 496). Nearly extremely fine and rare.

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Estimate $200
SOLD $340