British Tokens, Tickets and Passes, Wiltshire Coin... (30 September 2021) - Auction Report

Gross Total: £142,385 (£176,557 including buyers' premium)
Number of lots: 600
Sell-through rate: 99.3%
Exchange rate of the GB pound: US $1.34 and €1.15

Principal Lots
Lot no.
1-136. The Collection of Wiltshire Coins, Tokens and Paranumismatica formed by the late David Ward, £32,665 (£40,505)
254-348. British Tokens from the Collection of the late Bill McKivor, £27,620 (£34,249)
137-253. The Collection of 17th Century Tokens formed by the late Robert Thompson (Part III: Final), £21,740 (£26,958)
456-519. Irish Tokens from the Collection of the late Barry Woodside, £22,065 (£27,361)
349-455. The Collection of 19th Century Tokens formed by John Akins (Part II), £17,280 (£21,427)
269. Lancashire, Lancaster, Daniel Eccleston, Halfpenny, mule with Copper Co of Upper Canada Halfpenny, 1794, £2,400 (£2,976)
282. Shropshire, Coalbrook Dale, Reynolds & Co, Pattern or Trial Halfpenny, 1792, £2,400 (£2,976)
112. Stonehenge, 1796, a silver medal by T. Wyon, £1,500 (£1,860)
495. Co Dublin, Dublin, Horse & Jockey, James Large, copper token, £1,500 (£1,860)
250. Southwark, St George’s Church, John Ewing, octagonal Halfpenny, ex Carthew, £1,300 (£1,612)

Saleroom Notices
The following were amendments to the printed catalogue descriptions:
542. The second item is an imitation Halfpenny struck on a Mail Coach series token
579. The monogram is TR (Thomas Ripley) not JR

Withdrawn Lots
The following lots were withdrawn before the auction: