A Collection of Jetons, the Property of a Gentleman

Date of Auction: 24th April 2019

Sold for £100

Estimate: £150 - £200

England, Later 14th Century Jetons, c. 1344-1400, Edward III-Richard II, King standing facing under canopy (4), revs. ornate cross in tressure (3), 2.90g/11h, 1.86g/11h (M 275, this coin), 1.21g/1h, similar but without tressure, a m o r in angles, 5.69g/11h (Berry type 4; Mitchiner 271ff); King seated on throne, rev. ornate cross within quatrefoil tressure, plant sprays in spandrels, 2.72g/11h (Berry type 5; Mitchiner 283a, this coin) [5]. Last about very fine, others fine or better £150-£200


Provenance: First Glendining Auction, 9 October 1989, lot 566 (part); second and fifth M.B. Mitchiner Collection, Part II, Glendining Auction, 20 November 1991, lots 410 (part), 411; third bt S.H.. Monks May 1994; fourth bt Baldwin June 1995