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Lundy 1977 Puffin & 1/2 Puffin

In 1977 Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Silver Jubilee 1952-1977. She visited Lundy and a souvenir sheet was issued to honour that event. We have been offering that souvenir sheet with the two coin-tokens of a Puffin and a Half Puffin. Based on the first Lundy coin-tokens issued in 1929. At that time the Government took umbrage and the man who made them had to go to court. Many of our collectors want the coin-tokens, but do not want the souvenir sheet. They are struck in copper and are in brilliant Proof condition. Well worth adding to your collection, after all how many Lundy issues have there been?
£9.95

British Silver Shilling Token

Because of the shortage of small change in 1811-1812 merchants issued silver tokens with the denominations of Sixpences and Shillings. To be honest these private tokens are not only more interesting than the normal coins that would have been struck. But, they are much scarcer and more difficult to find than the coins. The designs vary and you might well find one from a locality that means something to you, but that I cannot guarantee. It has been sometime since we last had these scarce tokens; when we did offer them, they quickly sold out. These Sterling Silver Shilling tokens are in Very Fine condition and well worth having.
£54.50

British Silver Sixpence Token

Because of the shortage of small change in 1811-1812 merchants issued silver tokens with the denominations of Sixpences and Shillings. To be honest these private tokens are not only more interesting than the normal coins that would have been struck. But, they are much scarcer and more difficult to find than the coins. The designs vary and you might well find one from a locality that means something to you, but that I cannot guarantee. It has been sometime since we last had these scarce tokens to offer our collectors, when we did offer them, they quickly sold out. These Sterling Silver Sixpence tokens are in Very Fine condition and well worth having.
£42.50

Birmingham Workhouse 6d Token, 1812. NEF

Warwickshire, Birmingham Workhouse 6d Token, 1812 (D22) Near Extremely Fine
£79.50

Staffordshire, Fazeley 6d Token 1811, EF

Staffordshire, Fazeley Silver Sixpence Token 1811, Peel's & Co. (D12) Extremely Fine
£69.50

Somerset, Bristol Silver 1/- Token, 1811 (D43) EF

Somerset, Bristol Silver Shilling (XII Pence) Token, 1811, Garratt & Co. (D43) Extremely Fine
£79.50