The Collection of Tokens formed by the Late David Pottinger

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Date of Auction: 19th March 2009

Sold for £190

Estimate: £90 - £120

Ludgate Street, Henry Young, Penny, 1794, with date, 13.97g/6h (DH 39); Newgate, Daniel Eaton, Halfpenny, 1795, 8.72g/6h (DH 301); St James’s Street, William Stinton, Halfpenny, 1795, 9.15g/3h (DH 904); Strand, J. and S. Kelly, Halfpenny, 9.01g/6h (DH 345c); Hendon, B. Price, Halfpenny, 1794, 6.98g/6h (DH 324); Kempson’s London Buildings, Penny, type 3, London Bridge, 18.49g/6h (DH 68); Uncertain issuers, Mail Coach series, Halfpenny, with initials jf, 8.64g/12h (DH 363), ‘Honor and Use of Trade’ Halfpenny, 7.94g/5h (DH 927), Lutwyche’s Buck Society Halfpenny, 1796, 8.21g/12h (DH 1041e) [9]. DH 68 extremely fine with original colour but with edge flaw, last two about very fine, others very fine and better £90-120


Provenance: DH 39 bt J. Whitmore October 1975; *DH 68 bt S.H. Monks March 1997; DH 301 bt J. Copperman January 1974; DH 324 bt S.E. Schwer May 1982; DH 345c bt S.E. Schwer April 1979; DH 363 and 927 bt J. Whitmore April 1980; DH 904 bt Seaby October 1972; DH 1041e bt G. Dewhirst November 1974