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Lot 1897

Sale 58   Staffordshire

COUNTY, pennies, laureate and draped bust of George III right/Britannia seated left, commerce above, 1811 (Davis 15, 17 (2)), 1814 (Davis 19), bare headed ...

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Estimate $260
SOLD $260

Lot 1898

Sale 58   Staffordshire

COUNTY, penny mule with Cornwall Scorrier House obverse dated 1812, (Davis 24) edge centre grained right (18.42 grams). Usual deteriorated state for the Staffordshire obverse ...

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Estimate $180
SOLD $110

Lot 1899

Sale 58   Staffordshire

BILSTON, S. Fereday's twopence, 1811, view of iron furnaces and engine house/legend by T. Halliday (Davis.29). Attractive blue tone considerable underlying mint bloom, nearly uncirculated ...

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Estimate $450
SOLD $580

Lot 1900

Sale 58   Staffordshire

BILSTON, Rushbury & Woolley's twopence 1811, bare headed and draped bust of George III to right/view of the Exchange (Davis 30). Light brown patina with ...

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Estimate $220
SOLD $190

Lot 1901

Sale 58   Staffordshire

BILSTON, Rushbury & Woolley's twopence, 1811, as previous (Davis 30). Flat strike in outer areas, virtually unmarked light brown patina with traces of blue bloom, ...

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Estimate $140
SOLD $150

Lot 1902

Sale 58   Staffordshire

BILSTON, Rusbury & Woolley's twopence, 1811, as previous but bust slightly higher (Davis 31). Four contact marks in obverse field otherwise good extremely fine.

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Estimate $120
SOLD $90

Lot 1903

Sale 58   Staffordshire

BILSTON, James Atherton's penny, 1813, beehive/three cannon balls (Davis 32); Edward Beebee's pennies, 1811 and 1812 John of Gaunt/horseman at speed (Davis 33, 35); S. ...

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Estimate $370
SOLD $400

Lot 1904

Sale 58   Staffordshire

BILSTON, Rushlury & Woolley's penny, 1811, bare headed and draped bust of George III right/building (Davis 53). Attractive medium brown patina, underlying mint bloom, nearly ...

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Estimate $90
SOLD $60

Lot 1905

Sale 58   Staffordshire

BURSLEM, I. & R. Riley and Machin & Co's penny, 1813, legend both sides (Davis 74). Burton, James Pardoe's pennies, 1814, Building/legend in wreath (Davis ...

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Estimate $500
SOLD $500

Lot 1906

Sale 58   Staffordshire

LITCHFIELD, John Herrickson's Lemonsly Mill twopence, undated, view of factory and river with trees at sides/city arms, by Halliday (Davis 87). A few tiny rim ...

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Estimate $180
SOLD $180

Lot 1907

Sale 58   Staffordshire

LICHFIELD, John Henrickson's Lemonsley Mill penny, undated, view of mill beside river, trees either side/arms (Davis 88). Attractively patinated to a grey brown extremely fine ...

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Estimate $160
SOLD $280

Lot 1908

Sale 58   Staffordshire

PERRY BARR, William Booth penny, 1811, wheatsheaf/legend (Davis 90). In beautiful state, blue brown patina, one and very rare, uncirculated of the finest known.

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Estimate $800
SOLD $800

Lot 1909

Sale 58   Staffordshire

PERRY BAR, William Booth penny, 1811 as previous but a later production (Davis 91). Dark red and brown patina, nearly uncirculated.

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Estimate $120
SOLD $140

Lot 1910

Sale 58   Staffordshire

POTTERIES, penny, 1813, a kiln, at right a workman laden with pottery/legend (Davis 92). Dark blue-brown tone, extremely fine and very rare in this condition, ...

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Estimate $320
SOLD $500

Lot 1911

Sale 58   Staffordshire

RUGELEY, E. Barker's twopence, 1815, a wheel with machinery/a hydraulic blowing machine, by Halliday (Davis 93). Minor edge bumps, nicks etc, dark brown tone very ...

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Estimate $320
SOLD $260

Lot 1912

Sale 58   Staffordshire

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 ...

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Estimate $320
SOLD $600

Lot 1913

Sale 58   Staffordshire

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, ...

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Estimate $120
SOLD $160

Lot 1914

Sale 58   Staffordshire

WITHYMOOR, James Griffin & Sons Withymoor Sythe Works penny, 1813, interior of a forge/agricultural tools in a circle (Davis 123). A few surface dents otherwise ...

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Estimate $90
SOLD $80

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