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Auction 102  4 October 2016
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Lot 2768

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Estimate: 120 GBP
Price realized: 220 GBP

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BRITISH 18TH CENTURY TOKENS, IRELAND, William Parker, (b. 1760), ironmonger with a business located at 4 Kennedy's Lane, Copper Halfpenny mule (2), obv female seated, MAY IRELAND EVER FLOURISH, head of female under first limb of E of EVER, initials F.A. under feet, rope from anchor stock descends below knee, rev P M Co cypher, CAMAC KYAN AND CAMAC HALFPENNY, edge PAYABLE IN ANGLESEY LONDON OR LIVERPOOL (Atkins p.343, 144a; D&H Dublin 354a); edge milled over blundered inscription which appears to be LIVERPOOL IN ANGLESEY OR LIVERPOOL (Atkins p.343, 144b; D&H Dublin 354b). First better than extremely fine, second good extremely fine with original colour remaining and exceptionally rare. (2)

D&H 354a ex Given Collection

D&H 354b ex Lincoln Number 1 Collection

ex F S Cokayne Collection, acquired 25 April 1934 for 7/6

Estimate: £120-150
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