S7214A, KM# 14. Guernsey 1934 8 doubles with the redesigned leaf arrangement above the shield. Struck at the Heaton mint.
The fields showing above average reflectivity, so possibly one of the prooflike coins struck for the Silver Jubilee in 1935 or an early strike.
D&H 41. A 1791 Charles Roe Macclesfield halfpenny token. General wear to both sides. Grade: Fine
D&H 109a. Counterfeit 1792 copper halfpenny token for the Birmingham Mining & Copper Company. The edge reads PAYABLL LONDON LIVERPOOL, with the Ns reversed and all letters incuse. Weight 9.87g...
D&H 15. A 1794 Chichester 1/2d token with Elizabeth I and Chichester Cross. The edge reading is Payable at Dallys Chichester. toned with general wear. Grade: gFine
Davis 86. An 1811 Bristol Brass & Copper Co. penny token. Weight 18.37g. Toned with surface marks and general wear. Grade: gFine or a bit better.