British Tokens, Tickets and Passes (27 August 2020) - Auction Report

Gross Total: £202,205 (£250,734 including buyers' premium)
Number of lots: 759
Sell-through rate: 98.8%
Exchange rate of the GB pound: US $1.32 and €1.11

Principal Lots
Lot no.
224-619. 18th Century Tokens from the Collection formed by the late David Barry Bailey, £107,945 (£133,852)
1-142. The Collection of London 17th Century Tokens formed by the late Cole Danehower (Part II), £45,020 (£55,825)
143-223. A Collection of Irish Tokens, Tickets and Passes, the property of a Gentleman, £17,950 (£22,258)
620-701. Tickets and Passes of London from the David Young Collection, £16,220 (£20,113)
702-737. British Tokens from the Collection of the late Jeffrey Gardiner (Part IV: Final), £8,910 (£11,048)
738-760. Tokens of Cheshire and Lancashire from the Collection formed by Bob Lyall, £6,060 (£7,514)
10. London, Fleet Street, Halfpenny issued at the sign of the King of Sweden, found in the R. Thames 1991, £2,400 (£2,976)
35. London, Little Somer’s Key, John Michell, Penny, ex Nott and Norweb, £2,200 (£2,728)
436. Suffolk, Ipswich, James Conder, Penny, 1795, ex Cokayne, Jan, Noble and Griffiths, £2,000 (£2,480)
502. Yorkshire, Beverley, J. Green, Halfpenny, 1797, ex Cokayne, £1,900 (£2,356)
549. Denton’s ‘Swan’ Penny, 1797, ex Fawcett/Litman and Spence, £1,800 (£2,232)

Saleroom Notices
The following were amendments to the printed catalogue descriptions:
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Withdrawn Lots
The following lots were withdrawn before the auction:
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