The Collection of Southwark 17th Century Tokens formed by the late Sir Richard Hayward, C.B.E.

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Date of Auction: 1st October 2014

Sold for £380

Estimate: £200 - £300

Borough High Street, R.I.A. at the swan with 2 necks, Farthing, 0.89g/6h (E 385; N 4876; BW. 1); A.I.B. at the beare and raged stafe, Farthing, 0.92g/9h (E 387; N 4847; BW. 289); I.M.B. at the 3 covlts, Farthing, 0.98g/6h (E 390; N 4877; BW. 4); T.K.B. at the rose and crowne, Farthing, 0.98g/6h (E 392; N 4874; BW. 5); W.M.B. at the bores head, Farthing, 1649, 0.97g/6h (E 394; N 4848; BW. 418); Richard Blake, Halfpenny, 1669, 2.72g/12h (E 401; N 4788; BW. 10); Hugh Blundell, Farthing, 0.61g/6h (E 402; N 4789; BW. 11); James Braithwait, Halfpenny, 1666, 2.08g/3h (E 406; N 4793; BW. 14); T.C.C. at the cocke, Farthing, 0.83g/6h (E 424; N 4853; BW. 20); Jeremiah Callowaye, Halfpenny, 1667, 2.27g/3h (E 418; N 4797; BW. 42) [10]. Generally fair to fine, E 385 and 401 better £200-300

Footnote

Provenance: E 385 bt 1989; E 387 bt Baldwin February 1980; E 390 bt 1973; E 392 bt Seaby May 1973; E 394 bt Stanley Gibbons February 1980; *E 401 and 406 bt Seaby 1979; E 402 and 424 bt Seaby 1973