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

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Date of Auction: 1st & 2nd December 2020

Sold for £260

Estimate: £120 - £150

17th Century Tokens, BEDFORDSHIRE, Biggleswade, Overseers, heart-shaped Halfpenny, 0.94g/12h (GO 21; N 17; BW. 21), Langford, Overseers, Halfpenny, 1668, 1.80g/3h (GO 60; N 35; BW. 60); CAMBRIDGESHIRE, Cambridge, Joseph Heath, Farthing, 1666, 0.90g/12h (N 392; BW. 52), Joseph Linsey, Halfpenny, 1663, 2.32g/12h (N 396; BW. 58), Gamlingay, Stephen Apthorpe, Farthing, 1659, 0.83g/6h (N 458; BW. 128), Linton, John Bittin, Farthing, 1657, 1.52g/12h (N 6412; BW. 142), Littleport, Overseers, Farthing, 1668, 0.69g/6h (N 464; BW. 146); SUSSEX, Wadhurst, William Burgis, Halfpenny, 1668, 0.82g/6h (Oddie, TCSB March 2010, pp.364-7; N 2370; BW. Huntingdonshire 73); NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, King’s Cliffe, Overseers, Halfpenny, 2.21g/12h (Waddell 46; N 3390; BW. 48), Oundle, Overseers, Halfpence (2), undated, 1.98g/12h (W 81; N 3416; BW. 88), 1669, 1.70g/12h (W 82; N 3417; BW. 89), Peterborough, octagonal Halfpence (3), 1669 (2), 2.28g/6h, 1.64g/6h, latter on rounded flan (W 102; N 3430; BW. 104), 1670, 2.62g/6h (W 104; N 3434; BW. 106) [14]. N 458 good very fine, others generally about fine and better but N 3430 at 1.64g centrally pierced £120-£150

Footnote

Provenance: R.G.P. Kerridge Collection.

N 458 only illustrated