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Lot 1862

Sale 58   Cambridgeshire

CHATTERIS, W. Curtis' farthings (Davis 2 (2, one struck en medaille, 4, 5). March, John Smith's farthings, 1820, 1825 (Davis 6,-) John Thurbon's farthing 1827 ...

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Estimate $90
SOLD $180

Lot 1863

Sale 58   Cambridgeshire

WEST CORNWALL WHEAL MINE, penny, undated, View of St. Michael's Mount/Prince of Wales feathers (Davis 15). Traces of mint red, beautifully toned with considerable brilliance, ...

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Estimate $650
SOLD $800

Lot 1864

Sale 58   Cambridgeshire

COUNTY PENNY, 1812, legend both sides (Davis 12) Dolcoath Mine penny, undated (Davis 14) West Wheal Mine, penny, undated, view of St. Michael's Mount/Prince of ...

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Estimate $140
SOLD $210

Lot 1865

Sale 58   Devonshire

DEVON COUNTY, W. Upcott, twopence, 1801, view of Eddystone Lighthouse/view of Spurn Point Lighthouse, edge plain (Davis 21). Hints of mint red within an overall ...

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Estimate $900
SOLD $1,420

Lot 1866

Sale 58   Devonshire

DEVON COUNTY, W. Upcott, twopence, 1801, Eddystone lighthouse/Spurn Point Lighthouse as previous lot but a bronzed restrike with plain edge and struck en medaille (Davis ...

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Estimate $450
SOLD $1,020

Lot 1867

Sale 58   Devonshire

TAVISTOCK, Devon Mines penny, 1811, a mining engine/Prince of Wales plumes (Davis 23). Durham, Stockton, Christopher and Jennett's penny, 1813 Bridge/Britannia seated left (Davis 6). ...

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Estimate $60
SOLD $130

Lot 1868

Sale 58   Durham

GATESHEAD, John Harrop's farthing 1814, legend/tea canister (Davis 3) also a proof struck in silver (Davis 4). The first with mint red, both good extremely ...

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Estimate $120
SOLD $300

Lot 1869

Sale 58   Essex

WALTHAMSTOW, British Copper Co's pennies, 1812, lion statant gardant/legend (Davis 4,6,7,8) 1813 (Davis 15) halfpennies; laureate bust right/Britannia (Davis 17,18, 21,24) Brutus to left (Davis ...

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Estimate $370
SOLD $500

Lot 1870

Sale 58   Gloucestershire

CHELTENHAM, John Bastin & Co's penny, 1812, view of St. Mary's Church in perspective, an avenue of trees/legend (Davis 14). Slightly double struck, brown patina ...

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Estimate $550
SOLD $550

Lot 1871

Sale 58   Gloucestershire

CHELTENHAM, John Bishop & Co's penny, 1812, similar to the previous lot (Davis 15). Sedbury, Sedbury Iron Works penny, undated, view of a mill with ...

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Estimate $120
SOLD $110

Lot 1872

Sale 58   Middlesex

LONDON, R. Romanis' halfpenny, 1814, two stockings crossed/a weaving frame (Davis 62 (illustrated)), W. Wilson's Mail Coach office halfpenny, undated (Davis 64 (2 one with ...

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Estimate $90
SOLD $150

Lot 1873

Sale 58   Norfolk

NORWICH, Robert Blake's twopence, undated, arms/legend (Davis 17). Dull toned with traces of mint red, nearly uncirculated.

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Estimate $180
SOLD $180

Lot 1874

Sale 58   Norfolk

NORWICH, Robert Blake's twopence, undated, as previous (Davis 17). Barker's penny, 1811, view of Norwich Castle/two sheep in a meadow (D.19) (illustrated). Light brown patinas ...

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Estimate $120
SOLD $160

Lot 1875

Sale 58   Norfolk

NORWICH, Dunham & Yallop's halfpenny, 1811, by T. Wyon, Hope standing beside shield/arms of City with Prince of Wales plumes as a crest (Davis 21) ...

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Estimate $270
SOLD $360

Lot 1876

Sale 58   Norfolk

TUNSTED AND HAPPING, Corporation House (Workhouse) penny and halfpenny, 1812, wheatsheaf/legend (Davis 29,30). The penny brown and red, the halfpenny nearly full mint red, uncirculated ...

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Estimate $180
SOLD $140

Lot 1877

Sale 58   Norfolk

NORWICH, Dunham and Yallop's halfpenny 1811 (Davis 21), Newton's halfpenny, 1811 (Davis 27), Tunstead and Happing, penny and halfpenny 1812, as before (Davis 29 (2), ...

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Estimate $70
SOLD $130

Lot 1878

Sale 58   Northumberland

NEWCASTLE, Berwicke Main Colliery's penny, 1811, view of coal staith with ship laying to/legend (Davis 16). John Elliot's farthing, 1814 (Davis 34). The first with ...

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Estimate $90
SOLD $140

Lot 1879

Sale 58   Northumberland

NEWCASTLE, John Elliott farthing, 1814, tobacco plant in bloom/legend (Davis 35) a proof struck in silver. Attractive grey toned FDC and very rare.

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Estimate $300
SOLD $300

Lot 1880

Sale 58   Nottinghamshire

NEWARK, T. Stansall et al's penny, 1811, view of Castle and river/legend (Davis 13 (2) (illustrated); Nottingham, Wm. Baker's penny, 1813 legend both sides, (Davis ...

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Estimate $400
SOLD $500

Lot 1881

Sale 58   Shropshire

HALESOWEN, Workhouse penny, 1813, mounted yeoman at speed/St. Mary's Church, by Halliday (Davis 3). Dark grey brown patina, nearly extremely fine/good very fine and scarce.

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Estimate $270
SOLD $210

Lot 1882

Sale 58   Somersetshire

BATH, S.T. Whitchurch & W. Dore's penny, 1811, fleece suspended/legend (Davis 69 edge milled, 70) city arms/legend (Davis 74 (3, two with mint red, ...

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Estimate $180
SOLD $180

Lot 1883

Sale 58   Somersetshire

BATH, S.T. Whitchurch and W. Dore's penny, 1811, fleece suspended/legend (Davis 71). A beautiful copper proof or specimen attractive pink and brown tone with full ...

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Estimate $270
SOLD $220

Lot 1884

Sale 58   Somersetshire

BRISTOL, city penny, 1811, bare-headed and draped bust of George III right/arms of the city (Davis.75). Beautifully toned red and brown, with mirror-like fields, proof-like ...

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Estimate $120
SOLD $130

Lot 1885

Sale 58   Somersetshire

BRISTOL CITY PENNIES, 1811, bare-headed and draped bust of George III right/arms (Davis 76, edge milled 77 (edge milled) (3), 79 (2), 80). The first ...

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Estimate $270
SOLD $460

Lot 1886

Sale 58   Somersetshire

BRISTOL, Bristol Brass & Copper Co's penny, 1811, Arms of City/BB & Copper Co. (Davis 81). Full blazing brillant mint red.

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Estimate $150
SOLD $150

Lot 1887

Sale 58   Somersetshire

BRISTOL, Bristol Brass and Copper Co's, penny, 1811, arms/legend (Davis 82). Considerable original mint red, uncirculated and rare in this condition.

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Estimate $120
SOLD $110

Lot 1888

Sale 58   Somersetshire

BRISTOL BRASS AND COPPER COMPANY PENNIES, 1811, ship sailing left with six portholes/legend (Davis 91 sloping tops to ones in date, 91 with flat tops ...

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Estimate $320
SOLD $540

Lot 1889

Sale 58   Somersetshire

BRISTOL AND SOUTH WALES, penny, 1811, Arms of the City of Bristol/Prince of Wales plumes (Davis 97, 98 illustrated), Phoenix Glass Works penny, undated, Phoenix/legend ...

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Estimate $150
SOLD $140

Lot 1890

Sale 58   Somersetshire

BRISTOL, Bristol Brass and Copper Coins, halfpenny, 1811, ship to left/legend (Davis 111) a proof struck in copper gilt. Brilliant, nearly FDC and very rare.

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Estimate $450
SOLD $400

Lot 1891

Sale 58   Somersetshire

TAUNTON, Messrs Cox's Iron Foundry penny, undated, a workman at forge/legend (Davis 121). Wiveliscombe, W. Temlett & J. Clarke's penny, undated, female seated on beehive, ...

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Estimate $200