Tokens of Cheshire and Lancashire from the Collection formed by Bob Lyall

Date of Auction: 27th August 2020

Sold for £170

Estimate: £60 - £80

Cheshire, Chester, Chester CSL, 1 Pint (Rains 15); Compstall, Compstall CISL, One Pound (Rains 10); Congleton, Congleton CS, 8 Pence and 4 Pence (Rains 5, 5a), Congleton CSL, 1 Cwt (Rains 23); Disley, Disley Industrial Working Man’s Society Ltd, One Pound and Half-Sovereign by Ardill (Rains 9, 10); Ellesmere Port, Ellesmere Port CSL, 1 Pint (4, different colours), Cheap Milk, no value (Rains 5-8, 11, 13); Hollingworth, Hollingworth IC Store, One Pound by Smith (Rains 10), Hollingworth ICSL, Half-Sovereign by Ardill (Rains 20); Hyde, Hyde CSL, One Pound and Penny (Rains 25, 33); Lymm, a George III Penny, 1797, obv. countermarked jh lymm [James Harrison, blacksmith], 35mm (Edge –; Scott –), Charles Moore & Co Ltd, lead bag seal, lymm pure salt, 21mm; Macclesfield, No.1 Macclesfield Provident Stores, Sixpence, Threepence and Penny (Rains 2, 3, 5), Macclesfield CSL, 20, 10, 4, 3 and 2 Shillings, Shilling, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 5, 4, 2 Pence and Penny (Rains 18-32, 34-5); Runcorn, Runcorn & Widnes CSL, 1 Pint (5, Full Price [2, different], Sterilised, Tuberculosis Tested and Cheap) (Rains 12, 14-17); Saltney, Saltney E&ICS, One Pound (Rains 10); Stockport, Stockport CSL, Pint and Half-Pint, Pasteurised 1 Pint (Rains 16, 17, 19); Winnington, Winnington & Northwich CSL, 1 Pint (Rains 14); Winsford, Winsford ICSL, Half-Pint (Rains 15); Woodley, Woodley I&ECSL, One Pound, 1 Pint (Rains 10, 12) [50]. Bag seal broken, others generally about very fine, some better £60-£80