antiques & fine art sale

4th September 2019

Lot 61
A collection of 18th and 19th century British trade tokens, and coin weights, to include a Chichester halfpenny 1794, Birmingham copper penny tokens 1811 and 1812, Princess Charlotte commemorative, Jetons, a Portuguese ten reis 1785, coin weights etc, mixed grades (32).

Sold for £55

Lot 62
A collection of 17th century trade farthings 1657-1666, to include George E Clemens in Andover 1664, Sidricke Hancock in Glassenbury, Abraham Waller of Andover, William Waller of Andover 1665, Thomas Parish in Salisbury and others.

Sold for £40

Lot 63
George IV, sovereign, 1830, bare head left, Rev: crowned shield, some edge knocks and surface marks.

Sold for £420

Lot 64
William IV, sovereign, 1835, bare head right, Rev: crowned shield, edge knocks and some slight surface marks. F-VF (see illustration).

Sold for £520

Lot 65
A Victorian sovereign, 1843, young head L., Rev: crowned shield of arms within wreath, second I of Britanniarum is a reversed Arabic 1, very light edge knocks and surface scratches. VF+ (see illustration).

Sold for £320

Lot 66
A Victorian sovereign, 1844, young head L., Rev: crowned shield of arms within wreath, second I of Britanniarum is a reversed Arabic 1, light edge knocks and with surface scratches. F-VF.

Sold for £300

Lot 67
A small collection of British pre decimal coins, to include three 1935 crowns, 17 George V half crowns, 31 Victorian-George VI threepences, 6 £5 coins, Festival of Britain and commemorative crowns, etc., mixed dates and grades.

Sold for £65

Lot 68
Six Royal Canadian mint silver proof dollars commemorating the 400th Anniversary of John Davies' Exploration of Baffin Island, each in presentation case with certificate, and three Croatian sterling silver medallions in presentation cases.

Sold for £60

Lot 69
Thirteen assorted bronze and other metal commemorative medallions, to include Albertville 92 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, a Canadian post official millennium keepsake, Toronto Metropolitan Police, National Police School, The Inauguration of Interpol 1989 and others.

Sold for £55

Lot 70
A Temperance Society medal for Hurworth Tea Total Society 1852, a small collection of white metal and gilded metal Victorian, Edwardian and George V Jubilee and Coronation medallions, one in original box inscribed Rowntrees Coronation medal 1911 (13).

Sold for £22

Lot 71
Collection of principally Edward VII and George V pennies and half pennies, to include some Victorian and Elizabeth II examples, mixed dates and grades.

Sold for £10

Lot 72
A Ewanrigg Colliery token for A.W. Hillary Esquire, a Workington Marsh Side coffee tavern one penny refreshment token and a white metal Cumberland CC education committee medal awarded to Arthur Fox 1907, never absent, never late four years.

Sold for £42