Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous
$425.00
ONTARIO, Simcoe County, New Lowell Engraved RCL NEW LOWELL PALM SUNDAY 1882 32mm silver milled edge 10.14 gramsWhile this piece does not specify Ontario, New Lowell, ON it is the only place of that name in North America. It is in Simcoe County 10km from Angus / CFB Borden
ONTARIO, Simcoe County, New Lowell Engraved RCL NEW LOWELL PALM SUNDAY 1882 32mm silver milled edge 10.14 gramsWhile this piece does not specify On...
$45.00
CANADA Nova Scotia, Shubenacadie, Rev. A. Dick - Douglas 1803 Charlton NS-212A1, Cresswell 1810, Burzinski 2053, Bowman 145, Leroux 458 The Rev Alexander Dick a licentiate of the Scottish Church arrived in 1802 and was ordained into the congregation of Douglas on June 21 1803 this being the first ordination by a permanently constituted Presbyter...
CANADA Nova Scotia, Shubenacadie, Rev. A. Dick - Douglas 1803 Charlton NS-212A1, Cresswell 1810, Burzinski 2053, Bowman 145, Leroux 458 The Rev Ale...
$75.00
GREAT BRITAIN 1804 Calendar Medal by Kempson and Kindon Birmingham 38.5mmPartnership formed by Peter Kempson and Samuel Kindon in 1801, a die-sinking business to produce tokens, buttons, medals, etc., in Birmingham. Employed Thomas Wyon (q.v.) and Peter Wyon to engrave tokens.Medals were signed 'P. Kempson' from 1796-1801, then 'Kempson & Ki...
GREAT BRITAIN 1804 Calendar Medal by Kempson and Kindon Birmingham 38.5mmPartnership formed by Peter Kempson and Samuel Kindon in 1801, a die-sinki...
$149.00
GREAT BRITAIN British Copper Tokens 1811 - 1820. by Paul & Bente R. Withers New Published by Galata Print Ltd., Llanfyllin. 1999. HB (green cloth with gilt lettering on cover and spine).  264 pages. Illustrated throughout with b&w in-text illustrations of all types and varieties. A4 (214 x 304mm). Covers the tokens of England, Wales, Sco...
GREAT BRITAIN British Copper Tokens 1811 - 1820. by Paul & Bente R. Withers New Published by Galata Print Ltd., Llanfyllin. 1999. HB (green clo...
$195.00
Great Britain Chelsea, For the King’s Private Road, type I, undated, crowned gr monogram 33mm cast brass, (Bendall 1; W 1160; D & W 320/7). Pierced for suspension. The King’s Private Road, the route from St James’s Palace to Hampton Court, was first mentioned in the literature as far as back as 1626. Apart from royalty, the road was used by...
Great Britain Chelsea, For the King’s Private Road, type I, undated, crowned gr monogram 33mm cast brass, (Bendall 1; W 1160; D & W 320/7). Pi...

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