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Reverse: Bank Token in two lines below 1s 6d (=18 pence) surrounded by wreath and toothed edge
Grade: NEF toned
Due to a shortage gold and silver paying for the Napoleonic Wars and a further shortage of coins due to a run on the banks, the Bank of England produced these coins to fill the void. After the war in 1816 there was a subsequent large re-issue of new coinage.
£120 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations ask first)
Rev: four shields crowned, garter star in centre, plumes in angles
Grade: Fine +, reeded edge. pierced
£95 (+Free delivery to UK)
Rev: four shields crowned, garter star in centre, plain angles
Grade: Fine+, reeded edge (slight chip to edge at 4 o'clock)
Rev: four shilds crowned, garter star in centre
Edge: SEXTO (regnal year)
Ref: S5707 (C of S & I) S3600
Grade: Fine, with fascinating graffiti on both sides dated 1803, good edge.
£200 (+delivery charge)
Victoria, Silver Maundy 1 Penny, 1885, Young Head
The previous coin was one of the largest, this is one is one of the smallest! At only 11mm across it was given out to the poor on Maundy Thursday as a set of four coins. The denominations were 1d, 2d, 3d and 4d. They were not for general circulation.