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Lot 1919

Sale 58   Warwickshire

COUNTY PENNY, 1813, draped and laureate bust of George III right/Britannia (Davis 27). Flat strike on side of head otherwise extremely fine and rare.

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Estimate $90
SOLD $70

Lot 1920

Sale 58   Warwickshire

COUNTY PENNY, 1813, laureate and draped bust of George III right with short hair/Britannia seated left (Davis 27). Birmingham, The Birmingham Overseers, Workhouse copper threepence, ...

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Estimate $270
SOLD $320

Lot 1921

Sale 58   Warwickshire

BIRMINGHAM, The Birmingham Overseas, Workhouse copper sixpence, 1813, West view of the Workhouse Building/Arms of Birmingham (Davis 28). Attractive brown patina, the blank with many ...

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Estimate $1,800
SOLD $1,950

Lot 1922

Sale 58   Warwickshire

BIRMINGHAM, Workhouse copper sixpence, 1813, a later striking of slightly smaller diameter and weighing four and one half ounces (Davis 29). With a beautiful medium ...

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Estimate $900
SOLD $1,020

Lot 1923

Sale 58   Warwickshire

BIRMINGHAM, Workhouse, copper sixpence, 1813, as previous (Davis 29). Has been partly cut cancelled on the obverse otherwise nearly uncirculated and extremely rare.

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Estimate $350
SOLD $290

Lot 1924

Sale 58   Warwickshire

BIRMINGHAM, Workhouse, copper sixpence 1813, same dies as the previous but on a thin flan with fine corded rim, weight 1.1 ounces (Davis 30). Fully ...

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Estimate $300
SOLD $500

Lot 1925

Sale 58   Warwickshire

BIRMINGHAM, Birmingham Overseers Workhouse pattern penny, 1811 by Wyon, west view of Workhouse showing side wicket as well as entrance, (Davis 36) edge plain. Full ...

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Estimate $270
SOLD $200

Lot 1926

Sale 58   Warwickshire

BIRMINGHAM, Birmingham Overseers Workhouse, pattern penny, 1811, by Wyon, similar to the last but edge faintly milled (Davis 36). Nearly FDC and very rare.

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Estimate $240
SOLD $190

Lot 1927

Sale 58   Warwickshire

BIRMINGHAM, Birmingham Overseers Workhouse pattern penny, 1811, by Wyon as previous but edge milled (Davis 36). Rim flaw at 1 o'clock otherwise nearly FDC and ...

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Estimate $200
SOLD $190

Lot 1928

Sale 58   Warwickshire

BIRMINGHAM, Sir Edward Thomason, penny, 1811, a proof struck in copper gilt (Davis 48). Virtually FDC and extremely rare, unpublished as a gilt proof.

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Estimate $270
SOLD $320

Lot 1929

Sale 58   Warwickshire

BIRMINGHAM, Sir Edward Thomason's penny, 1811, as previous (Davis.48). Dull toned with some mint red, uncirculated and very rare.

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Estimate $240
SOLD $230

Lot 1930

Sale 58   Warwickshire

BIRMINGHAM, Birmingham and Neath Crown Copper Co's, pennies, 1811, crown/legend (Davis 50,53,55 illustrated). Risca Union Copper Co's, pennies, 1811, range of furnaces/legend (Davis 57 (2), ...

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Estimate $400
SOLD $760

Lot 1931

Sale 58   Warwickshire

BIRMINGHAM, Rose Copper Company's halfpenny, 1811, legend both sides, omitting Rose from the reverse legend (Davis 106). Nearly very fine and excessively rare, Davis thought ...

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Estimate $650
SOLD $600

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