S3393, P510 variety. Charles II halfpenny with A/R in CAROLVS. Unrecorded & the overstrike clear. Rare, the only example I have seen or am aware of. Grade: aVF
S3390. ESC -. Charles II 1675 over 3 Maundy penny. The date not recorded. A decent grade but pierced. Grade: gVF
S3434, ESC 830 (504). William & Mary 1st issue halfcrown, first shield reverse with caul and interior frosted, no pearls. Scarce. Even wear to both sides, pleasing. Grade: VF
S3449, P572. William & Mary 1691 tin halfpenny. Some tin pest. ex-Baldwin 2001. Grade: Fair
S3449, P-. Charles II tin halfpenny. The edge reading of NVMMORVM[ ]+FAMVLVS.1691++ not recorded by Peck and presumably rarer than usual for what is a scarce issue. Strictly only fair,...
S3453, P616. William & Mary 1694 copper farthing. A single year issue. Scarce. General wear with some pitting. Grade: aFine
S3538, ESC 1233 (1566). William III 1697 3rd bust 6d with large crowns and late harp. A little friction to the high points and toned. Grade: EF
S3554, P650*. William II halfpenny. No stop after TERTIVS. Even wear with the feature clear as there is nowhere to put the stop. There is a trace of a stop...
S3511, ESC 1132 (1108). William 3rd shilling, 3rd bust variety. Adjustment marks to both sides, the reverse attractively toned. Ex- St. James's 2 lot 243. Grade: EF
S3555/3556, P686. A mule of the 2nd obv & 3rd rev. Peck noted only his own & one other. A comparable example in Baldwin's 44 (2006) sold for £260, another, corroded, in London...
S3555, P681. William III second issue halfpenny, date in legend and no stop after date. General even wear with a stable green patina. Grade: gFine
S3556, P-. William III 1699 3rd issue halfpenny with no stop after BRITANNIA. No rev. stop only recorded by Peck paired with the TERTVS obv., so presumably rare. General wear and a few small...
S3556, P-. 1699 third issue halfpenny with the final A in BRITANNIA unbarred. Not listed in Peck. ex Peter Lawrence and Basil Nicholson 118, collection sold by ColinCooke in 2004...
S3556, P696. William III 1700 3rd issue halfpenny. General even wear. Grade: aFine
S3556, P- (697 variety). 1700 Halfpenny, Stop before and after TERTIVS, unbarred A's in BRITANNIA. Worn, but clear. Unrecorded. Grade: Fair
S3556, P703. William III 1701 halfpenny with unbarred A's in the reverse legend. Very scarce. Even wear to both sides. Grade: Fair
S3610, ESC 1402 (1154). 1709 3rd bust shilling with large 9 in date. This appears to be composed of a 0 with an added tail. Toned and attractive. There are...
S3615A, ESC 1152. Anne post-Union 1709E* shilling struck from local dies with Edinburgh bust and Z type 1 in date. Rare [R2]. Even wear. A respectable example of this variety....
S3659, P768. George I 1717 'Dump' halfpenny. General even wear. Grade: Fine
S3659, P774. 1718 halfpenny with even wear and a presentable example of this, the scarcer date for the issue. Grade: gFine
S3662, P812. George I 1719 farthing with small obverse letters, obverse flaws and a small 9 in the date. Toned with wear to the high points. Grade: VF
S3660, P793. George I 1719 second issue halfpenny with one plain and one ornate straps. Even wear. Grade: aVF
S3660A, P791. George I 1719 second issue halfpenny with ornate straps to both shoulders. General even wear. Grade: Fine+
S3652, ESC -. 1723 SSC sixpence with the S of GEORGIVS struck over a sideways S. Unrecorded in ESC or any other reference to my knowledge. Light friction to the...
S3657, ESC 1646 (2328A). George I 1725 maundy penny with variable sized lettering. Light wear. Grade: gVF
S3707, ESC 1741 (1607). George II 1731 roses & plumes 6d. An unrecorded variety with 10 harp strings. Most examples have 7 strings to the harp with a small number...
S3717.P-, or possibly P846 1734 halfpenny the last digit of which is over a 3. It is difficult to determine whether the thick upright is part of the 4 or...
S3717, Peck 852. George II 1738 halfpenny with the R of REX appearing to be over a rotated A. Toned with general wear. Grade: nVF
S3717, P869 or unrecorded. 1739 halfpenny with no apparent stops to either side, however, it is possible that this is due to blocked dies. Slightly claggy, but with decent detail....
S3717, Peck 853. George II 1739 halfpenny. General wear. Grade: nVF
S3708, ESC 1749 (1612). George II 1739 sixpence with roses in angles. Obverse contact marks. Attractively toned. Grade: gVF
S3719, P- (876 var.). George II 1746 old bust halfpenny. The 6 is made from a 1745 die with the loop closed by an added punch. All old bust halfpennies...
S3704, ESC 1731 (-). 1750 shilling with a thin 0 in date, this over a 7. Unrecorded until the latest edition of ESC. Light wear, the reverse better and a...
S3719, Peck 881. George II 1751 old head copper halfpenny. Toned with a trace of wear to the high points. Struck from old, flawed dies Grade: aEF
S3722, P892. George II 1754 farthing. The last year of issue. Some wear to the laurel and other high points. Grade: VF+
S3774, P896 var. Toned with only a trace of wear to the high points. A flaw by the eye and weakness through the laurel leaves, both not fully struck up....
S3775, P913. 1773 obverse 2 farthing struck on a spread flan. The weight at 5.02g is slightly on the heavy side. Grade: VF
S3746, ESC 2129 (1225). George III 1787 shilling with semee of hearts in the Hanoverian arms. Toned with wear to the high points. Struck from old dies with flaws both...
Macclesfield, Cheshire. 1789 Halfpenny Token, DH 11. Edge - PAYABLE AT MACCLESFIELD LIVERPOOL OR CONGLETON. Right hand bee between E & L, 8 spokes to the wheel. Grade: Good Fine...
DH45. Leeds halfpenny token, 1791. Edge - PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF RICHARD PALEY. General wear. Grade: gFine
Macclesfield Token 1791, Charles Roe, DH 36. Charles Roe established the copper works 1758, bust right, edge - PAYABLE AT MACCLESFIELD LIVERPOOL OR CONGLETON, rev. top bar points to centre...
DH127. Manchester halfpenny tone, 1792. East India House. Edge - PAYABLE AT FIELDINGS MANCHESTER. Some wear with a small deposit on the reverse. Grade: nVF/gFine
DH31. Norwich halfpenny, 1793. Edge reads PAYABLE AT THE SHOP OF DUNHAM & YALLOP GOLD-SMITHS General even wear. Grade: nVF
DH4. 1794 Bury St. Edmunds penny token. obv. Cornwallis, bust left, rev. Fame and military hardware. Edge: VALUE ONE PENNY AT P DECKS POST OFFICE BURY 1794 General wear Grade:...
DH23. 1794 Sussex Halfpenny Token issued at Frant with the County Arms and GR cypher surmounted by a sheep. Edge: PAYABLE BY G.RING FRANT. Even wear with considerable eye-appeal. Grade:...
DH30a. Hampshire halfpenny token, 1795. Earl Howe / The Wooden Walls of Old England. Edge - PAYABLE AT LONDON. Modest wear. Grade: VF, the obverse better.
1795 Fred Duke of York / 1790 Prince of Wales with Freemasons Arms halfpenny token. Edge PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR LONDON. General wear. Grade: gFine
S3776, P1077. 1797 'Cartwheel' twopence struck at the Soho Mint. Toned and a nice example, devoid of the usual rim knocks. Grade: gVF or a little better