World Coins and Tokens from the Collection formed by Allan Vayle

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Date of Auction: 2nd April 2014

Sold for £320

Estimate: £200 - £300

ST. THOMAS, C.A. Daniel & Co, German silver Cent, c. 1887, 19.5mm (Sømod 4622; Higgie 407; Roehrs 1124); D.G. Fonseca, uniface octagonal brass 5 Cents, c. 1887, 25mm (Sømod 4619; Higgie 427; Roehrs 1138); G. Leviti, cupro-nickel 5 Cents, c. 1889, 19mm (Sømod 4638; Higgie 432; Roehrs 1141); Peirano et Favale, cupro-nickel 5 Cents, c. 1889, 18.5mm (Sømod 4642; Higgie 445; Roehrs 1148); Russell Bros, octagonal cupro-nickel 2 Cents, 1890, 16.5mm (Sømod 4648; Higgie 446; Roehrs 1151); Ricardo D. Senior, cupro-nickel 5 Cents (2), both c. 1889, 18mm (Sømod 4649; Higgie 453; Roehrs 1152); A. Vance & Co, uniface copper Cent (before September 1887), 24mm (Sømod 4613; Higgie 464; Roehrs 1161); West Indian Co, uniface brass daytime check, 1920, 24mm (Sømod 24.703; Lyall 10; Roehrs 1110); together with ENGLAND, George III, Penny, 1797, obv. countermarked with large 1855 in relief within plain circle and small incuse ata monogram (Prid. St Thomas 5; Roehrs 610) [10]. Sømod 4648 and one 4649 extremely fine, last fine, others generally very fine £200-300

Footnote

Provenance: S 4613 bt April 2005; S 4619 bt October 1995; S 4622 bt J. Schimmel April 1986; S 4638 bt August 1980; S 4642 bt April 1997; one S 4649 bt J. Schimmel March 1988; Lyall 10 bt T. Pitidis February 1981; last bt November 1998