The Peter Mann Collection of Kent Tokens

Date of Auction: 2nd October 2013

Sold for £190

Estimate: £180 - £220

17th Century Tokens, Dover, Martha Fford, Farthing, 1659, 1.07g/12h (N 2513; BW. 212); Thomas Fidg, Farthing, 0.85g/6h (N 2540; BW. 213); Thomas Green, Halfpenny, 1666, 2.62g/3h (N 2515; BW. 217); John Hall, Farthing, 1666, 0.84g/6h (N 2516; BW. 218); John Haynes, Farthing, 1655, 1.20g/6h (N 2517; BW. 219); James Homard, Farthing, 0.91g/6h (N 2518; BW. 220); William Keylocke, Farthing, 1667, 0.41g/12h (N –; BW. 221); Pines Kite, Halfpenny, 1670, 1.65g/9h (N 2520; BW. 222); Tho[mas] Kite, Farthing, 1656, 0.96g/12h (N 2521; BW. 223); D.M.N. at the french armes, Farthing, 1656, 0.94g/6h (N 2534; BW. 224); John Parker, Farthing, 0.74g/6h (N 2546; BW. 225) [11]. BW. 212 and 219 good fine, BW. 217, 222, 223 and 224 about fine, others in varied state, BW. 221 very rare £180-220

Footnote

Provenance: BW. 212 bt September 1952; BW. 213, 218, 223 and 224 bt July 1954; BW. 217 bt August 1960; *BW. 219 bt December 1995; BW. 220 bt August 1960; BW. 221 bt January 1961; BW. 222 and 225 bt April 1959.

Thomas Fidg, mercer; John Haynes, baker; James Homard, baker; William Keylocke, goldsmith; Pines Kite, baker; John Parker, The Pier, Dover