Coins, Tokens and Historical Medals (1 & 2 December 2020)

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Date of Auction: 1st & 2nd December 2020

Sold for £140

Estimate: £90 - £120

Cambridgeshire, Cambridge, Ed Clark, Farthings, 1652 (3), 1.16g/6h (N 375; BW. 28), 1.08g/6h (N 375-6 rev., different obv.; BW. 28), 1.12g/6h (N 376; BW. 29); Peter Collins, Farthings, 1656 (6), 1.16g/6h, 0.90g/6h, 0.49g/6h (all N 377; BW. 32), 1.00g/6h (N 377 obv./378 rev.; BW. 32), 1.26g/6h (N 379; BW. 33), 0.97g/6h (N 379 obv., rev. not in N; BW. 33); Richard Cooke, Halfpenny, 1669, 1.30g/9h (N 425; BW. 34) [10]. N 379 very fine and with green patina, others mostly about fine and better £90-£120

Footnote

Provenance: N 375 with Seaby 1963, bt Seaby August 1970; N 377 at 1.16g bt Brighton Coin Shop October 1987; N 377 at 0.49g bt J.G. Scott May 1998; others W. Gilbert Collection, Spink Auction 19, 3 March 1982, lot 5 (part).

N 379 only illustrated