Tokens, Tickets and Passes, Historical Medals

To be Sold on: 26th May 2020

Estimate: £400 - £500

19th Century Tokens, YORKSHIRE, Sheffield, Younge & Deakin, Halfcrown, 1812, in copper, arms, rev. seated female, edge plain, 7.59g/12h (D 39). Obverse double-struck and slightly off-centre, otherwise extremely fine, dark brown patina, of the highest rarity; the only specimen known to the cataloguer in commerce £400-£500

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19th Century Tokens, YORKSHIRE, Sheffield, Younge & Deakin, Halfcrown, 1812, in copper, arms, rev. seated female, edge plain, 7.59g/12h (D 39). Obverse double-struck and slightly off-centre, otherwise extremely fine, dark brown patina, of the highest rarity; the only specimen known to the cataloguer in commerce £400-£500
Provenance: T. Bliss Collection, Part II, Sotheby Auction, 15-19 May 1916, lot 943 (part); F.S. Cokayne Collection; H.M. Lingford Collection, Part II, Glendining Auction, 24-6 October 1950, lot 824; W.J. Noble Collection, Noble Numismatics Pty Auction 58B (Melbourne), 7-8 July 1998, lot 1830 [from Spink 1987]; with P.C. Deane; Spink Auction 147, 4-5 October 2000, lot 792