Coins, Tokens and Medals of the Caribbean from the late Raymond Brandon Collection

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Date of Auction: 2nd April 2014

Sold for £210

Estimate: £100 - £150

St John’s, Hornel & Coltart, Farthings (3), all 1836, two with obvs. countermarked 1 and 4, perhaps as communion token substitutes (Lyall 1, 3, 5; Prid. 1; Roehrs 1003); King’s Casino, cupro-nickel 5 Dollars and Dollar, 1988, coloured plastic 25 Dollars, 5 Dollars, 2 Dollars 50 Cents and Dollar; ARUBA, Swain Wharf, Harbourtown, cupro-nickel Dollar, 1990, Aruba Marriott Stellaris Casino, plastic 25 Dollars; CAYMAN IS., George Town, Cayman National Bank & Trust Co Ltd, Pirates Week, aluminium Pieces of Eight (16), 1979 (Lyall 139), 1984, 1988, 1990 (12), 1992, yellow anodized One Doubloon (6), 1980, 1981 (Lyall 141), 1982 (Lyall 142), 1987, 1988, 1989; CURAÇAO, Willemstad, J.J. Naär, German silver Stuiver [1874] (Scholten 1409; Roehrs 1094), Plaza Casino, cupro-nickel Dollar, 1980; Vereeniging Numismatica Curaçao, 1993, silver medalet (Rulau 42); SABA, Eilandgebied Bovenwindse Eilanden, copper Dog Licence tag, 1968/69 (cf. Roehrs 1247); St. Croix, Gloria’s Grocery, plastic 10 Cents, Huggins Taxi, plastic 25 Cents, Virgin Islands Taxi Association, plastic 10 Cents; St. Thomas, Blue Beards Taxi, plastic 10 Cents, The Fruit Bowl, plastic 50 and 10 Cents, International Food Services, plastic 25 Cents (2, both issues), Nordside Grocery, plastic 25 Cents [46]. Many very fine £100-150