British Tokens (3 October 2019) - Auction Report

Gross Total: £154,350 (£191,394 including buyers' premium)
Number of lots: 599
Exchange rate of the GB pound: US $1.23 and €1.12

Principal Lots
Lot no.
824-940. 19th Century Tokens from the Collection of the late Francis Cokayne, £46,675 (£57,877)
571-710. 18th Century Tokens from the Collection of the late David McDonald, £39,935 (£49,519)
711-823. The Collection of Scottish Tokens formed by the late Michael Paterson, £22,705 (£28,154)
941-1064. Tokens from the late David Griffiths Collection (Part VIII). £21,745 (£26,964)
501-546. The Collection of London 17th Century Tokens formed by the late Cole Danehower (Part I), £13,210 (£16,380)
888. Warwickshire, Birmingham, Workhouse, Sixpence, 1813, ex Lloyd, Davies, Macmillan, Norman and Cokayne, £7,500 (£9,300)
547-570. The Collection of Worcestershire Tokens formed by the late Michael Paterson, £5,690 (£7,056)
905. Yorkshire, Sheffield, Overseers, Proof Penny, 1813, in gilt-copper, ex Cokayne, £4,400 (£5,456)
916. Glamorganshire, Landore, British Copper Co, Pattern Penny, 1812, ex P. Wyon, Chetwynd, Norman and Cokayne, £3,800 (£4,712)
1065-1093. Tickets and Checks from the Collection of Bob Lyall, £2,470 (£3,063)
741. Fife-shire, Kirkcaldy, Robert Boog, Kempson’s Penny, 1797, £2,400 (£2,976)
906. Yorkshire, Sheffield, Overseers, Proof Penny, 1813, ex Cokayne, £2,400 (£2,976)

Saleroom Notices
The following were amendments to the printed catalogue descriptions:
562. Provenance: Baldwin ‘Basement’ Part III, Baldwin Auction 102, 4 October 2016, lot 2212
1000. The lot includes similar pieces, both 25mm, in bronze, 5.61g/12h and nickel, 5.63g (Sweeny Adv 24). Total 7 pieces

Withdrawn Lots
The following lot was withdrawn before the auction:
1044