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BRITISH TOKENS FROM OTHER PROPERTIES


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Ayr, William Fullarton, Restrike Pattern Sixpence, 1799, in copper, by W.J. Taylor from dies by and after J. Milton, from the same dies as previous, edge plain, 3.47g/12h (Dykes, BNJ 2002, pp.157-8; Stainton 31C; ST 298; DH 5 bis III). Virtually as struck, dusty brown patina, rare


£150-200 Provenance: S.A. Bole Collection Co Dublin


420


Newtownards, John McCully, Twopence, 1761, legend around cask, rev. legend in 9 lines, 5.76g/6h (D 44; TE9). About fine


£50-70 Provenance: Bt C. Denton October 2004


416


Ayr, William Fullarton, Restrike Pattern Sixpence, 1799, in white metal or aluminium, by W.J. Taylor from dies by and after J. Milton, from the same dies as previous, edge plain, 3.12g/12h (Dykes, BNJ 2002, pp.157-8; Stainton 31C; ST 298; DH 5 bis III). Obverse fields heavily scuffed and with trace of another striking impression by date, reverse extremely fine and retaining almost full original brilliance £60-80


Provenance: S.A. Bole Collection Co Antrim 423


421


Dublin, T.O. Bryen, Farthing, three sugar-loaves suspended above legend, rev. bowl inscribed WHISKY, bunch of grapes above, edge plain, 4.03g/6h (DH 388). Virtually as struck with full original colour, attractive £150-200


422


Dublin, Geale & MacBride, Halfpenny, legend both sides, edge plain, 6.02g/12h (W 1813; DH 309 bis). About very fine


£60-80


Dublin, M. Murphy, Farthing, 1796, 4.01g/6h (DH 397); together with other Dublin tokens (3) [4]. First very fine, others in varied state


£60-80 Provenance: First bt C.J. Denton


417


Belfast, Hugh Magarragh, Twopence, 1736, 6.01g/12h (D 8; TD 6); William Ringland, Twopence, 1735, 7.55g/12h (D 13; TD 10) [2]. First fair, second better


£100-150


Provenance: Bt C. Denton. Second only illustrated


418


Belfast, Hugh Magarragh, Twopence, 1736, 6.21g/12h (D 8; TD 6); Co DUBLIN, Dublin, William Binns, Halfpenny, 1802, 9.01g/6h (DH 349); Co WICKLOW, Ballymurtagh, Hibernian Mine Co [Camac Kyan & Camac], Halfpenny, 1792, 10.52g/5h (DH 37) [3]. First mediocre, second very fine, last fair


£60-80


Provenance: First DNW Auction 61, 17 March 2004, lot 1191; second Baldwin Auction 38, 4 October 2004, lot 920; last Baldwin Auction 52, 25 September 2007, lot 874 (part)


425 Co Down


Dublin, M. Murphy, Farthing, 1796, from the same obv. die as previous, rev. bowl inscribed WHISKY, DEALER IN CANDLES, edge plain, 6.74g/6h (DH 399). Extremely fine with considerable original colour


£150-200 Provenance: Bt C.J. Denton 426 419


Newtownards, Thomas Fisher, Twopence, kingfisher standing left, rev. legend in 8 lines, 6.18g/6h (D 40; TD 29). Obverse die flaw in advanced stage, fine


£70-90 Provenance: Bt C. Denton April 2004 Additional illustrations may be found on our website


Dublin, Prattent’s mule Halfpence (2), Hope standing with anchor and quadrant, rev. wheatsheaf and doves, 9.12g/12h (DH 321), Prince of Wales’ feathers, rev. bust of Bryen Boiroimhe right, 9.60g/6h (DH 331) [2]. About extremely fine


£60-80 Provenance: DH 321 bt C.J. Denton; DH 331 bt R. Gladdle www.dnw.co.uk 424


Dublin, M. Murphy, Farthing, 1796, legend, rev. cask, bottle and glass, DEALER IN WHISKY, edge plain, 6.55g/7h (DH 398). Extremely fine with a hint of original colour


£90-120 Provenance: Bt C.J. Denton


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