18th Century Tokens from the Collection formed by David Litrenta

Date of Auction: 16th March 2006

Sold for £190

Estimate: £120 - £150

Coalbrook Dale, Reynolds & Co, Halfpence, 1792 (3), 13.37g/6h (DH 10), 14.50g/12h (DH 12), 12.07g/12h (DH 14); Shrewsbury, Cook and Mason, Halfpenny, 1793, 10.74g/6h (DH 22), imitation Halfpenny, 1794, 9.87g/12h (DH 25d); Willey and Snedshill, John Wilkinson, Halfpence (5), 1792 (2), 10.82g/6h (DH Warwickshire 389), 10.96g/6h (DH Warwickshire 448), 1793 (3), 12.93g/6h (DH Warwickshire 393, bronzed), 13.00g/6h (DH Warwickshire 393a, bronzed), 11.02g/12h (DH Warwickshire 416), together with a 1947 ORCo uniface striking in brass of a 1790 Vulcan rev. (Bell, ST p.243 and BNJ 1978, p.117) [11]. DH 389 and 416 very fine, others about extremely fine and better, bronzed Wilkinsons brilliant, DH 25d with much original colour (£120-150)

Footnote

Provenance:
DH 14 bt R. Gladdle
DH 393a bt J. Bobbe.

DH 25d only illustrated