British Tokens from the Collection formed by the late David Barry Bailey

Date of Auction: 6th July 2021

Sold for £140

Estimate: £100 - £150

19th Century Tokens, YORKSHIRE, Doncaster, Thomas Birkinshaw, Shilling, 1812, 4.64g/12h (D 7), Mirfin & Parker, Shilling, 1812, 4.48g/12h (D 11); Hull, John Picard, Halfpenny, 1812, 9.23g/12h (W 785), Charles Rudston and George Preston, Sixpence, 1811, 1.97g/12h (D 17); Keighley, uncertain issuer [probably John Mitchell or John Murgatroyd], keighley and jm countermarked on Union Copper Co Penny, 1812, 28.17g/12h (W 805); Leeds, issuer uncertain, Farthing, 1817, 3.13g/6h (W 816); Sheffield, Shaw, Jobson & Co [Roscoe Place], Penny, 1813, 18.26g/12h (W 1054), Younge & Deakin, Sixpence, 1811, 2.00g/12h (D 73); Whitby, Association, Shilling, 1811, 4.02g/6h (D 75); together with other Pennies (3) and a Halfpenny, of Bradford and Sheffield [13]. W 1054 extremely fine and very rare, others described generally fine or better but D 7 creased, remainder in varied state £100-£150