British Tokens (1 October 2014) - Auction Report

Gross Total £190,875 (£229,050 including buyers' premium)
Number of lots 633
Exchange rate of the GB pound US $1.62 and €1.28

Principal Lots
Lot no.

172-334 Tokens from the late David Griffiths Collection (Part V): 18th Century Wales, £71,655 (£85,986)
111-171 17th Century Tokens, the property of C.F.K. Granger, £16,940 (£20,328)
1-72 The Collection of Somerset 17th Century Tokens formed by David Young, £15,670 (£18,804)
73-110 The Collection of Southwark 17th Century Tokens formed by the late Sir Richard Hayward, £10,760 (£12,912)
417-449 British Tokens from the Collection of Dr Ronald Ward, £7,990 (£9,588)
614 Dalton, R., and Hamer, S.H., The Provincial Token-Coinage of the 18th Century, ex libris Richard Dalton, Peter Seaby and David Griffiths, £3,600 (£4,320)
580-593 Gaming Counters from the Colin Narbeth Collection, £2,570 (£3,084)
555 Warwickshire, Birmingham, Workhouse, Halfcrown, 1811, £2,000 (£2,400)

Saleroom Notices
The following were amendments to the printed catalogue descriptions
2 The surname is Tuthill, not Tuthile
55 The only issuer for the village
130 The last token is not in the lot, total 13 pieces
161 Provenance: others bt Seaby c. 1960
168 BW. 232 with small piercing
247 Two DH 314s in the lot, not three, 20 pieces in total
270 No DH 158, 25 pieces in total
356 5 pieces in the lot, as described
457 17 miscellaneous tokens, 20 pieces in total
510 No DH 394a in the lot, 26 pieces in total
517 7 pieces in the lot, as described
556 One W 1276 in the lot, 12 pieces in total
604 The second item is not included in the lot

The following lots were withdrawn before the auction:
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