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

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Date of Auction: 27th August 2020

Sold for £180

Estimate: £100 - £150

Lancashire, Warrington, The Alliance Box Co, nickel Shilling, Sixpence and Threepence, 27, 24 and 20mm, brass Penny, 26mm; D[allam] & B[ewsey] Forges, brass 1 Pint, rev. names of pubs where redeemable, 31mm; N. Greening & Sons Ltd, brass, 24mm; Imperial Hotel, uniface brass Twopence-Halfpenny, stamped ws, 27mm; Thomas Pierpoint, brass, 25mm; St Paul’s Church, brass Threepence and Penny, latter with value altered to 1s, both 27mm; Walker’s [Brewery], brass, stamped tg, 26mm; Warrington EICSL, bracteate Shilling and Twopence, 30 and 24mm (Rains –, 3); Warrington Oktoberfest, plastic Half-Pint (2, gold and blue), both 28mm; Warrington Parish Church, Sale of Work, card One Pound (stamped 43), 48mm, Five Shillings and Shilling, both 41mm; Warrington [Rugby League] Football Club, brass Twopences (2, different), both 25mm; together with a George IV Crown, 1821 secundo, obv. stamped stubs warrington [Peter Stubs, file maker], 38mm (Scott –) [21]. Last fair, others generally about very fine, some rare £100-£150