The Collection of British Colonial Coins formed by the late John Roberts-Lewis

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Date of Auction: 22nd April 2020

Sold for £500

Estimate: £200 - £300

Australia, VICTORIA, Melbourne, John Andrew & Co, Pennies (2, G 9, 11; A 11, 13); Annand Smith, Pennies (2, G 15, 15a; A 17, 18); I. Booth, Penny (G 28; A 44); Crombie, Clapperton & Findlay, Halfpenny (G 52; A 84); E. de Carle & Co, Pennies (3, G 63-5; A 103-5); Fenwick Bros, Penny (G 70; A 120); Hide & de Carle, Pennies (2), Halfpenny (G 107c, 109a, 110; A 231, 237, 246); A.G. Hodgson, Penny and Halfpenny (G 115, 117; A 256, 258); J. Hosie, Penny (G 130; A 265); Robert Hyde & Co, Pennies (2), Halfpenny (G 139, 141, 142b; A 280, 283, 287); J. McFarlane, Penny (G 181; A 360); James Nokes, Halfpence (2, G 213-14; A 406-7); Hugh Peck, Penny (G 221; A 434); George Petty, Penny (G 231a; A 441); Robison Bros & Co, Pennies (2, G 241, 241a; A 458, 461); G. & W.H. Rocke, Pennies (2, G 243b, 243c; A 466-7); Thomas Stokes, Pennies (3), Halfpenny (G 255, 259, 268c, 269a; A 508, 517, 546, 552); W.J. Taylor, Halfpenny (G 277; A 573); T.W. Thomas & Co, Halfpenny (G 278; A 576); ‘Peace and Plenty’ Penny (G 218; A 650) [35]. G 214 pierced but rare, others mostly fine £200-£300