8 x Tokens and Medals, to include: York, Cattle and Barber silver sixpence 1811, obv. YORK above coat of arms between crossed olive and palm branches, date below, stem of palm between 1s in date, rev. SIX PENCE SILVER TOKEN around central inscription reading CATTLE AND BARBER, top of B aligns to bottom of S, Davis 73, Fine; Norwich, halfpenny 1772, edge inscribed IOHN HARVEY OF NORWICH, obv. arms of Norwich, date above, rev. worker operating loom, diameter 28.2mm, VF; Middlesex, halfpenny 1795, obv. SISE LANE HALFPENNY over City of London seated before St. Paul's cathedral, rev. KING LORDS COMMONS around crowned triangle inscribed BR CONSTITUTION, diameter 30mm, S&W 46, VF; Ching's Worm Lozenges advertising halfpenny token, obv. I CHING PATENTEE WORM LOZENGES THE BEST MEDICINE IN THE WORLD exterior legend, EACH SOLD IN BOXES AT 3/6 PACKETS 1S AND SMALL PACKETS AT 6D inner legend, profile bust left, rev. BY EVERY PRINCIPAL MEDICINE VENDER IN THE KINGDOM around royal crest, diameter 28mm, VF; Dorchester farthing 1669, obv. arms of Dorchester within beaded circle, rev. H D above date, wavy flan, heavily oxidized, otherwise Good; Birmingham, promissory farthing 1792, obv. IOHN HOWARD F R S around profile bust left, rev. PROMISSORY FARTHING BIRMINGHAM around monogrammed HH, date above, diameter 21.1mm, Fine; Lord Nelson's Flagship Foudroyant 1897 AE medal, struck to commemorate the loss of the Foudroyant off Blackpool on 16th June 1897, obv. HORATION VISCOUNT NELSON above uniformed facing bust, rev. "FOUDROYANT" LORD NELSON'S "FLAGSHIP", MEDAL STRUCK FROM COPPER OF VESSEL AFTER BREAKING UP, ship left at anchor, diameter 37.8mm, Eimer 1813, light contact marks, otherwise EF; and Coronation of Edward VII 1902 white metal medal, rev. arms of the Borough of Launceston, diameter 37.5mm, pierced at 12 o'clock (partially repaired), otherwise Fine.
(Estimate: 70 - 100 GBP)