Lincoln, Millson and Preston Silver Dollar Token 1812, obv. LINCOLN SILVER TOKEN 1812 around arms of Lincoln between two sprigs of oak, rev. MILLSON AND PRESTON within garter inscribed DOLLAR SILVER, legend reads A ONE POUND NOTE WILL BE GIVEN FOR 20 OF THESE, Davis 12, GFine or better; together with a quantity of 18th and 19th century conder and gambling tokens, including: Sheffield, Younge & Deakin one shilling silver token 1811, obv. YOUNGE & DEAKIN SHEFFIELD around arms of Sheffield, eight arrows in saltire, pheons either side, cherub above, rev. ONE SHILLING SILVER TOKEN, lady seated on bale with scales and cornucopia, Y&D on ground, tops of ones in date slope, Davis 44, Fine; Nuremburg, Hans Krauwinckel counter token, obv. EVROPA RAVIAE, Europa abducted by Zeus disguised as a bull, H.K. below, rev. PALLAS IVNO VENVS; Rochdale halfpenny 1722, rev. worked lathe; Nova Scotia, George III penny token 1824, KM# 2; a brass jetton, 8 x gambling tokens etc.
(Estimate: 60 - 80 GBP)