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. Even wear to...
DH36. Macclesfield Token 1791, Charles Roe. Edge - PAYABLE AT MACCLESFIELD LIVERPOOL OR CONGLETON, rev. top bar points to centre of second N, lower bar is below period. Scarce. Even...
DH15. 1792 NORFOLK AND NORWICH HALFPENNY TOKEN. MAY NORWICH FLOURISH, PRO BONO PUBLICO. Edge: PAYABLE AT N BOLINGBROKES HABERDASHER &C NORWICH. Struck a little off-centre with general wear. Comes with...
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:...
DH37. Lowestoft 1795 halfpenny token with bathing huts on the obverse and a fishing boat on the reverse with the legend SUCCESS TO THE FISHERIES. Edge: obliquely grained. Toned with...
Davis 60. W Sheppard, Bristol, 1811 sixpence silver token. *REDUCED* Toned, with traces of old gilding. Grade: gVF
Davis 45. Obv. Arms of Bristol, supporters, LET TRADE FLOURISH, dated 6th Sept 1811, rev. 12 PENCE in wreath of oak, SOMERSETSHIRE, WILTSHIRE etc Light wear to the high points,...
Davis 59. Obv. Bridge over river, BRISTOL & WILTSHIRE TOKEN 1811, rev. 6 PENCE within Radiant star, PAYABLE BY NIBLOCK & LATHAM AT THEIR WAREHOUSE BRIDGE ST & TROWBRIDGE Toned...
Davis 29. obv. JOHN SMALPAGE & S.LUMB LEEDS, arms between palm and olive branches, crest above, rev. ONE SHILLING TOKEN 1812, Female sat on a bale with scales and a...
S3770, ESC 2084 (423). George III 1815 3/- bank token. Currently slabbed PCGS MS63. A pleasing coin with old toning and just a hint of friction to a couple high...
A small medal with suspension loop to commemorte the coronation of Edward VII in 1902. On the reverse is an advertisement for Barrett's sweets. Grade: Very fine, the obverse better.
A Bury (Lancs) Co-Operative Society token to the value of one pint. a few trivial marks, but minimal wear. 29mm diameter. Weight 6.96g. Grade: nEF
DH5. PROMISSORY HALFPENNY PAYABLE AT / CHESTER. Three towers/R & Co cypher, owl above. Some residual original colour. Attractive. Grade: EF
Spink sale 19 held in London on 3rd March 1982 featuring the token collections of Gilbert, Sir John Hanham, Streather, Aldcroft, Pegg, Randall et al. 489 lots, 23 plates. Clean.
Spink sale 26 held in London on 9th Feb 1983 featuring the T A Jan collection of tokens part 1. 412 lots, 13 plates. Clean. LPR.
Spink sale 28 held in London on 28th April 1983 featuring 17th century tokens of Lincolnshire (Townsend), Banham and McFarlane tokens 17-19th century and books. 415 lots, 4 plates.
Spink sale 35 held in London on 11th April 1984 featuring the T A Jan collection of tokens part 2, Bird 17th century tokens and other tokens from the 17-19th...
Spink sale 51 held on 16th April 1986 featuring the Sedgwick, Farman, Sykes, Spencer collections of tokens 17-19th century and other properties. 476 lots, 10 plates. Clean.
DH31. 1793 Norwich halfpenny token. Edge - PAYABLE AT THE SHOP OF DUNHAM & YALLOP GOLD-SMITHS General even wear. Grade: nVF
DH45. Leeds halfpenny token, 1791. Edge - PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF RICHARD PALEY. General wear. Grade: gFine
DH127. 1792 Manchester halfpenny token. East India House. Edge - PAYABLE AT FIELDINGS MANCHESTER. Some wear with a small deposit on the reverse. Grade: nVF/gFine
DH30a. 1795 Hampshire halfpenny token. Earl Howe / The Wooden Walls of Old England. Edge - PAYABLE AT LONDON. Modest wear. Grade: VF, the obverse better.
DH33. Sudbury, Essex, 1793 halfpenny token with town arms/Pro Bono Publico 1793. General wear. Grade: Fine/Fair
Home Gardening Championship medallion struck in plated bronze. 44mm diameter. Weight 40g. Wear to the higher points. Grade: VF
A gilt medallion depicting the arms of the City of London and a montage of London Landmarks. 44mm diater, weight 33.15g. A couple tiny hairlines, o/w practically as struck. Grade:...
Hans Krauwinckel Nurnburg jetton (1586-1635) in brass. Weight 1.21g. General wear. Toned. Grade: nVF
A Melton Truck Lines (employee identity?) badge, probably dating from the 1960s or 70s when the company was operating out of Shreveport Louisiana. The company is still in business, but...
A medallion issued in conjunction with the Preston Guild in 1992. This event occurs every 20 years. Plated. 32mm diameter, weight 12.55g. A few tiny spots to the reverse, o/w...
Kyle/Fuld 21. Columbia copper token with thin bust to the obverse. The reverse with numerous dots below the ground. Inverted die axis. Farthing sized, but of uncertain origin. Possibly made...
Green River Whiskey advertising token, issued by Oldtyme Distilleries Inc of New York in the 1930s. Struck in brass. 33mm diameter. Light wear with a small discoloured area. Grade: gVF
DH 390. Counterfeit 1792 Warwickshire 1/2d token - John Wilkinson Iron Master obverse and Forge reverse. Edge - PAYABLE IN ANGLESEY LONDON OR LIVERPOOL. Weight 10.46g. A few tiny obverse...
Davis 20. 1811 Worcestershire penny token in copper. Security edge, grained in a deep groove. Weight 27.99g Even wear. Grade: aVF
D&H 49. Warwickshire county token with Shakespeare on the obverse and Vulcan in his forge on the reverse. Edge - PAYABLE IN ANGLESEY LONDON OR LIVERPOOL Even wear. Grade: nVF
Davis 33. Undated halfpenny token struck by the British Copper Company with Brutus on the obverse and Britannia on the reverse. Even wear with a few small marks. Grade: gFine/Fine
D&H 17. Hull 1791 1/2d token with William III and date 1689 in Roman numerals and shield between wreath with 8 acorns (l) and 7 acorns (r). Even wear. Grade:...
Burton Coin Ltd token for machine operation. Practically as struck. Grade: gEF
Washington state 1941 tax token for 14c or less. Non-metallic, but the material not clear. Rough surfaces. Grade: VF
Appleton's Bonus Penny uniface Token. Practically as struck. Grade: gEF
Seattle Municipal Railway Full Fare token, issued circa 1919. Approx. 16.5mm diameter. Light wear Grade: VF
NY City Transit Authority token, 'Good for One Fare'. Brass. 16.5mm diameter. Minimal wear. Grade: nEF
Wyre Borough Council 25p Transport Token struck in aluminium. Estimated date of issue, late 1970s/early 1980s. 29mm diameter. Trivial marks, practically as struck. Grade: EF
Washington State Tax Commission tax token for 10c or less. Dated 1935. Aluminium. Small dent. Grade: VF
Royal Arsenal Co-op £5 token. Copper. 28mm diameter. Light wear. Grade: nEF
Thrift Supply Stores 3d bracteate token struck in copper. 22.5mm diameter. Issued in the first half of the 20th century. Light wear. Grade: gVF
Huddersfield Industrial Society 1/2 Pint uniface token in copper. 19mm diameter. Weak in parts Grade: Fine
North East Lancashire Co-operative Dairies Association milk token for one pint. Plastic, dating from the 1950-60s. 24mm diameter. As made.
Pendleton Co-operative Industrial Society uniface 1 pint milk token. Brass, hexagonal, 23-27mm. Toned with wear Grade: gFine