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~18th Century "Conder" Tokens -The LL&P Collection

Category:  Token & Medals
Owner:  Best2u
Last Modified:  8/14/2021
Set Description
Really fell in love with these tokens in the mid to late 90's. Always in the market to buy more to add to this collection. Sorry for the bad pictures but all I have is a bad scanner. Other than that, enjoy. I'll keep adding more info on my tokens so check back now and then.(updated as of 5/17/16)(current updates 8/1/21, ongoing)

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"Conder" tokens in the collection.

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View Coin 1794 1/2p G.Brit. D&H-3c G.BRIT - BEDFORDSHIRE 1/2P 1794 G.BRIT D&H-3C BEDFORDSHIRE - LEIGHTON E:CHAMBERS, LANGSTON HALL NGC MS 63 BN Bedfordshire-Leighton, D&H-3c, Edge-Chambers, Langston, Hall & Co . X X X, Rarity-Common. Engraver-Wyon. Manufacturer- Kempson. A nice soft light brown toning with just a bit of red around the obverse devices. Pretty well struck but for her left hand on obv. and sheep' front leg. This firm also carried on business as Haberdashers in London. From Heritage, $106.
View Coin 1795 1/4p G.Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1/4P 1795 G.BRIT D&H-36 CAMBRIDGESHIRE - COUNTY NGC MS 63 BN Cambridgeshire-County, D&H-36. Edge: milled. Rarity: common. Mintage: 61,000. Diesinker: T. Wyon. Manufacturer: P. Kempson. - Okay, it's a little token but it looks like the head of the Durid was bronzed as it has a nice heavy mirrored look while the fields just look a little bit prooflike. Has some nice magenta and light purple here and there.
View Coin 1794 1/2p G. Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1/2P 1794 G.BRIT D&H-4 CORNWALL - PENRYN NGC MS 65 BN Cornwall-Penryn, D&H-4,PF-65 BN. Edge: plain. Rarity: Common. Diesinker/Engraver: Listed in D&H as Ponthon. Listed else where as Kuchler. Manufacturer: Boulton at Solo mint. - Somewhat of a common token but not in this grade. The die maker did an out standing job on this token as everything is razor sharp. Lots going on in this token and well worth a close look if you ever get the chance to get your hands on one. Obverse: The complete arms of Lord de Dunstanville supported by two unicorns: "PRO REGE ET POPULO - LORD DE DUNSTANVILLE COLONEL". Reverse: The arms of Penryn surmounted by a plumed helmet and surrounded by military trophies: "PENRYN VOLUNTEERRS FIRST INROLLD APRIL 3 1794". Plain edge. Pedigree: J. Bobbe, Token Examiner- April 1998, $195. Gimby Collection 2006, $195. (Note: Registry web page lists this as a MS -65 but slab shows PF-65, which it is.)
View Coin 1792 1/2p G.Brit GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1/2P 1792 G.BRIT D&H-1 DEVONSHIRE - EXETER NGC MS 63 BN Devonshire-Exeter, D&H-1, MS-63 BN, Edge: Payable at... S. Kingdon .X.. Rarity: RR. Diesinker & Manufacturer: Hancock. - A nice double RR token per D&H and worthy of getting a 64, if not 65. Even brown with a bit of red around the Bishops bible.
View Coin 1796 1/2p G.Brit Great Britain 1640-1812 1/2P 1796 G.BRIT D&H-6 DEVONSHIRE - PLYMOUTH E: PAYABLE AT SHEPHARD NGC TOKEN MS 63 RB Devonshire - Plymouth, D&H - 6, MS - 63 RB, Edge: Payable at Shepheard Dove Hammett & Co. X X, Rarity: Fairly common. Engraver- Arnold, Manufacturer-Lutwyche. What a great token with it's even red brown toning and sharp strike. Picked up in a Heritage auction a couple of years back for $85. Dalton and Hamer note that the edge lettering Co. was a Hemp and Flax manufacturer and the tokens front says Sail Canvas Manufactory. Most likely both refer to the same company.
View Coin 1795 1/2p G.Brit. Great Britain 1660 - 1815 1/2P 1795 G.BRIT D&H-6 DORSETSHIRE - POOLE E: I PROMISE TO PAY NGC TOKEN MS 62 BN Dorsetshire - Poole, D&H - 6. MS - 62 BN, Edge: I Promise to Pay... . Rarity: Common. Engraver: Arnold. Manufacturer: Lutwyche. Proprietor: Bayley. Well, isn't she showing half of her assets. Nice even toning both sides with a little bit of red on the reverse by the towns name. Nice little pick up from Stack's in 2010.
View Coin 1790's 1/2p G.Brit. D&H-6 G.BRIT - DURHAM 1/2P (1790'S)G.B. D&H-6 DURHAM - SOUTH SHIELDS E: PAYABLE IN LONDON NGC MS 63 BN Durham - South Shields, D&H - 6, MS - 63 BN, Edge: Payable in London. Rarity - Fairly common. Issued by Gorton. Nice pleasing token with some great blue and magenta poking around the semi-prooflike fields on the obverse. There is enough red showing that this could go R&B. The reverse has more red than the obverse but less blue. Very well struck token as all the ship features are present and the letters on the reverse are all sharp. Heritage auction for $108.
View Coin 1797 1p G.Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1P 1797 G.BRIT D&H-1 GLOUCESTERSHIRE NGC MS 64 BN Gloucestershire, D&H-1, MS-64 BN. Edge: Plain. Rarity: easily met with. Diesinker: Wyon. - You just gotta love these penny tokens. They got the whole cathedral on this token and in the greatest detail. A work of art. The Gloucester, spelled Glocester on token, Cathedral is the glory of the city and mixes Norman, Transitional, Perpendicular, and Decorated architectural styles. The tower bell, called "The Great Peter" weighing over 3 tons is the oldest medeval one in the country. Even deep brown toning makes this token jump out of the white holder.
View Coin 1797 1p G.Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1P 1797 G.BRIT D&H-2 GLOUCESTERSHIRE NGC MS 65 BNP Gloucestershire, D&H-2, MS-65 BN PL. Edge: plain. Rarity: easily met with. Diesinker: Wyon. - Gotta love this one just like the last one. In fact, it's even better. Higher grade and prooflike. They once again got the whole church and school on the token and with details to boot. Another work of art. This old church lies in the heart of the city. Many generations have worshipped here and left their mark on its fabric. Here you see a tall Tudor east window. At the opposite end of the church a Norman doorway faces the street. In between is a 14th-century tower with delicate tracery. Inside you will find monuments to the great and good including brasses to John and Joan Cooke, founders of the Crypt Grammar School.
View Coin 1797 1p G. Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1P 1797 G.BRIT D&H-3 GLOUCESTER - GLOUCESTER NGC MS 62 BN Gloucestershire-Gloucester, D&H-3, MS-62 BN. Edge: plain. Rarity: Easily met with. Diesinker: Wyon - Another great looking token from the Gloucester series. Don't see much wrong with this one but for a tiny rim ding on the reverse. Picture of St. Mary de Lode Church on Southgate St. The site has housed a church from the 12th century, when it was known as the Church of the Blessed Mary within the Southgate. Also called Christ Church, and St. Mary in the South. Rebuilt and extended in the late 14th century, and again in the early 16th century. Robert Raikes (founder of Sunday School's), lies buried beneath the floor of the South Chapel. During the siege of Gloucester in 1643 the City used the church as a ammunition factory and store.
View Coin 1797 1p G. Brit. G.BRIT - GLOUCESTERSHIRE PENNY 1797 G.BRIT D&H-4 GLOUCESTERSHIRE E: PLAIN PCGS MS 64 Brown Gloucestershire-Gloucester, D&H-4, MS-64BN. Edge: Plain. Rarity: common. Diesinker & Manufacturer: Wyon or Kempson. In the D&H book these are listed as “easily met” with #4 being the scarcest. I haven’t found that to be true. Numbers 3, 8, and 9 I’ve seen offered several times but the others very seldom come up for sale. The Church is still in use and somewhat still resembles the church on the token. The name of St. Mary De Lode refers to the church being by a water way that had a ferry across a river to the west that members could access. Lode in old English meant water course. (I think, I believe, I read, I’ve been told) Off from eBay.
View Coin 1797 1p G. Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1P 1797 G. Brit. GLOUCESTERSHIRE D&H-5 NGC MS 64 BN Gloucestershire, D&H-5, MS-64 BN PL. Edge: plain. Rarity: easily met with. Diesinker: Wyon - Well, another great token with all the same greatness as the last two tokens, but this one does have a small spot in the obv. field.St Michael the Archangel church was in existence in the 12th century. The old church, apart from the 15th century tower, was demolished in 1849 and a new church erected which incorporated the old tower.
View Coin 1797 1p G.Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1P 1797 G.BRIT D&H-6 GLOUCESTERSHIRE NGC MS 66 BNP Gloucestershire, D&H-6, MS-66 BN PL. Edge: plain. Rarity: easily met with. Diesinker: Wyon - OMG, this has the smoothest mirrors I've ever seen on a Conder. They are so smooth and watery it's unbelievable. When it comes time for me to sell my tokens, I'll be on my deathbed, this is the one you want to get.
View Coin 1797 1p G.Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1P 1797 G.BRIT D&H-8 GLOUCESTERSHIRE NGC MS 64 BNP Gloucestershire, D&H-8, MS-64 BN PL. Edge: plain. Rarity: easily met with. Just as nice as the last but for the spots on the upper right. Great mirrors and almost looks like it's been bronzed. Whitefriars, also known as White Friers or The College of Carmelites, Gloucester, England, was a Carmelite friary of which nothing now survives.
The Friary was outside the north gate of the city and was founded around 1268 or 1269, probably by Queen Eleanor, Sir Thomas Gifford (or Giffard), and Sir Thomas Berkeley. By 1337 there were 31 friars resident. Can't seem to find anything about the building. I'll keep looking.
View Coin 1797 1p G. Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1P 1797 G.BRIT D&H-9 GLOUCESTER - GLOUCESTER NGC MS 62 BN Gloucestershire-Gloucester. D&H-9, MS-62 BN. Edge: plain. Rarity: easily met with. Diesinker: Wyon - This is the 3rd one of these I've purchased at auction, and it's the best one so far, it's only a 62 with some hairlines and a few dings. My first was a NGC-AU which I sold when I got my second one, a NGC 62, which I still own. The third one is a 62 to but has better eye appeal. I've never seen a high grade one yet. I know there's a few out there so I'll look for number four.
View Coin 1797 1p G.Brit. G.BRIT - GLOUCESTERSHIRE PENNY 1797 G.BRIT D&H-11 GLOUCESTERSHIRE E: PLAIN NGC MS 63 BN Gloucestershire, D&H - 11, MS - 63 BN. Edge: plain. Rarity - Common. A warmly toned example with attractive detail and a few minor surface abrasions which are commensurate with the grade.
View Coin 1800’s 1p G. Brit. G.BRIT - GLOUCESTERSHIRE PENNY (1790'S)G.B. D&H-17 GLOUCESTERSHIRE E: PLAIN, BRONZED NGC PF 64 BN Gloucestershire-Gloucester, D&H-17, 1p, NGC-PF 64 BN, Bronzed. Edge: Plain. Rarity: Scarce. Lovely token with deep mirrored fields. This is the Ottley reverse with the D&H-7 Kempson obverse.
View Coin 1790's 1/2p G.Brit. Great Britain 1660 - 1815 1/2P (1790'S) GB D&H-38 GLOUCESTERSHIRE-BADMINTON CULTIVATION OF WASTE LAND NGC TOKEN MS 63 BN Gloucestershire - Badminton, D&H-38, MS - 63 BN. Edge: Badminton Token X . X . X..., Rarity: rather scarce. Engraver: Willets. Manufacturer: Kempson. Proprietors: Jelly &Arnott, of Bath. This issue was not a currency token but made to remember the Duke of Beaufort and a shortage of corn. The obverse on this token is a nice even brown chestnut with a great strike. A couple of small tics here and there reflected in the grade. The reverse is much the same but there is a little blue and green hidden under the brown. This was a pick up from Teletrade in 2010 for what seemed like a fair price.
View Coin 1794 1/2p G.Brit. G.BRIT - HAMPSHIRE 1/2P 1794 G.BRIT D&H-35 HAMPSHIRE - EMSWORTH E: MILLED \\\ NGC MS 64 BN Hampshire-Emsworth, D&H - 35, MS- 64BN, Edge: Milled \\\\. Rarity- scarce. Nearly fully defined and minimally marked with some red color in the protected recesses.
Ex. Davissons 2/2004, Lot 309 with ticket
View Coin 1794 1/2p G.Brit GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1/2P 1794 G.BRIT D&H-55 HAMPSHIRE - PORTSMOUTH NGC MS 64 BN Hampshire-Portsmouth, D&H-55, MS-64 BN. Edge: payable (not listed). Rarity: common - This token has all the colors of the rainbow tossed about in nice even groups with some red poking up on the reverse. The eye in the sun is a little soft, which is normal on this token, due to the fact that it's opposite Howards head. I purchased this coin when I first started collecting them. I sent it in to NGC a week after the buy when I didn't know much about Conders. My note on the purchase says it has Payable to... on the edge. D&H doesn't list what the edge is on the 55. There is a 55a which is milled. Drop me a email if you know what edge is on the D&H 55. I'm not about to crack it out to see what's there.
View Coin 1794 1/4p G.Brit. G.BRIT - HAMPSHIRE 1/4P 1794 G.BRIT D&H-102 HAMPSHIRE - SOUTHAMPTON E: MILLED \\\ NGC MS 62 BN Hampshire - Southhampton, D&H - 102, MS-62 BN, Edge: Milled \\\. Rarity- Common. Off from eBay seller Centles in a NNC slab. I remember it was fairly cheap so I said why not. When it came it was better than I could have hoped for. It is softly struck, hat area and back of boat, and has a die crack from the top of the hat to the shirt. I had a few coins going to NGC for slabing so I sent this in and it came back the same grade. I've had the same happen with a couple other NNC slabs but the norm is they more or less come back a grade or two lower. That's right. Buy the coin not the holder.
View Coin 1794 1/2p G.Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1/2P 1794 G.BRIT D&H-5 HEREFORDSHIRE - HEREFORD NGC MS 65 RB Herefordshire-Hereford, D&H-5. MS - 65 RB. Edge: milled ///. Rarity: Common (thick), (thin flan R). Mintage: 15,500. Diesinker: Arnold. Manufacturer: Lutwyche. - This token was in a Accu-grade holder as a MS-64. It looked so nice I sent it to NGC just hoping it would come back a 64 and bingo, it's now a 65. There is a little light purple and magenta laying on the surface which just add to the eye appeal.There are thin and thick planchets for this token and I don't know which one I have. I believe it to be a thick one as the slab insert seems to be filled up pretty well.
View Coin 1795 1/2p G.Brit. G.BRIT - HERTFORDSHIRE 1/2P 1795 G.BRIT D&H-4 HERTFORDSHIRE - STORTFORD E: PAYABLE AT BISHOPS NGC MS 63 BN Hertfordshire - Stortford, D&H - 4, MS - 63 BN. Edge: Payable at Bishops. Rarity - Common. Engraver-Kuckler. Manufacturer-Boulton. From Heritage for $90 in 2014. Dark brown with a couple of field marks.
View Coin 1794 1/2p G.Brit. Great Britain 1790's 1/2P 1794 G.BRIT D&H-16 KENT - DOVER E: AT HORN'S LIBRARY NGC TOKEN MS 63 BN Kent - Dover, D&H - 16, MS - 63 BN. Edge: At Horn's Library. Rarity- Common. Engraver - Dixon Manufacturer - Lutwyche. J. Horn was a bookseller, stationer, perfumer, proprietor of Apollo Circulating Library and Public reading room. Some index this to a T. Horn but most index it to J. Horn. Nice light brown with a bit of red poking out.
View Coin 1794 1/2p G.Brit. Great Britain 1660 - 1815 1/2P 1794 G.BRIT D&H-20 KENT - FAVERSHAM E: PAYABLE AT IOHN CROWSS NGC TOKEN MS 64 RB Kent - Faversham, D&H - 20, MS - 64 RB, Edge: Payable at John Crowss Copper Smith. Rarity: Common. Engraver: Dixon. Manufacturer: Lutwyche. The edge reading on this token was done in error as J. Crowss was a Brazier. Somewhat weak strike but still all details present. Couple areas of darker toning, or maybe they are spots, on the obverse. Much the same on the reverse. Love all the fish jumping in the water. This one came from a Stack's auction and when I find the paper work I'll give all the details.
View Coin 1794 1/2p G,Brit. G.BRIT - KENT 1/2P 1794 G.BRIT D&H-35 KENT - LAMBERHURST E: PAYABLE BY I. GIBBS NGC MS 63 BN Kent - Lamberhurst, D&H - 35, MS - 63 BN. Edge: Payable by I. Gibbs. Rarity- Common. Artist - Wyon. Manufacturer - Lutwyche. Lamberhurst is a small town that is both in Kent and Sussex county. That's most likely why I. Gibbs used the Arms of both counties on this token.
View Coin 1790's 1/2p G.Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1/2P (1790'S) GB D&H-39 KENT - SANDWICH NGC MS 64 BN Kent-Sandwich, D&H-39, MS-64 BN. Edge: Payable...Bundocks.X.X. Rarity: common - Very nice ship token with great detail. There looks to be a little die clashing as there are lines from the other side in the sails of the boat.
View Coin 1791 1/2p G.Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1/2P 1791 G.BRIT D&H-88 LANCASHIRE - LIVERPOOL NGC MS 63 RB Lancashire-Liverpool, D&H-88, MS-63 RB. Edge: payable... Rariry: common - This token had been sitting in a box for a decade and kind of forgot I even had it. When I saw one on eBay I remembered I had one or something like it and started the search. Luckily it was in the second box I looked in. It's kind of darkly toned but that just makes the red parts stand out the much more.
View Coin 1792 1/2p G.Brit. Great Britain 1660 - 1815 1/2P 1792 G.BRIT D&H-127 LANCASHIRE - MANCHESTER E:PAYABLE AT I. FIELDINGS NGC TOKEN AU 58 BN Lancashire - Manchester, D&H - 127, AU - 58 BN. Edge: Payable at I. Fieldings... , Rarity: Common. Artists: Mainwaring, Arnold, and Dixon. Manufacturer: Lutwyche. This token started out in a NNC slab graded as a MS-62 BR. The pictures on this page are from that slab. I broke it out and sent it to NGC thinking it could come back a MS-62 or 63. I don't see any wear but there is some flat areas from being a weak strike. Oh well, it was cheap and has nice deep chestnut brown toning. Beware of those NNC slabs. I've had some luck with them but they are, on avg., 2 grades lower than what NGC would give so pay accordingly.
View Coin 1794 1p G. Brit. Great Britain 1660 - 1815 1P (1790'S) GB D&H-39 MIDDLESEX - YOUNGS E: PLAIN NGC MEDAL MS 62 RB Middlesex - Youngs, D&H - 39, MS - 62 RB, Edge: plain. Rarity: common. Great view of St. Paul's. Strong strike and wonderful red and brown toning. D&H lists a undated one due to a die failure, I have yet to see one. NGC listed this as a medal on the slab but D&H has no mention of it being a medal.
View Coin 1790's 1p G.Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1P (C1790'S) GB D&H-42 MIDDLESEX - KEMPSON'S NGC MS 62 BN Middlesex-Kempson's, D&H-42, MS-62 BN. Edge: Promise to Pay... Rarity: Fairly common. - The first token in the series of London Buildings put out by Kempson. Pictured is the Hall as it is today. It's from a diff. angle. Nice even brown toning but a dull looking. Great high relief strike with awesome 3-D effect on Guild Hall.
View Coin 1790's 1p G.Brit. Great Britain 1640 - 1815 1P (1790'S) GB D&H-43 MIDDLESEX - KEMPSON'S E: PLAIN NGC TOKEN MS 62 RB Middlesex - Kempson's, D&H - 43 MS - 62 RB. Edge: Plain. Rarity: Fairly Common. The obverse of this coin is a even dark brown while the reverse is a great even red and brown mix. Was glad to get this one for under a $100 from VCoins.com. The first picture is from the VCoin.com site.
View Coin 1790’s 1p G. Brit G.BRIT - MIDDLESEX PENNY (1790'S)G.B. D&H-47 MIDDLESEX - KEMPSON'S E: PLAIN PCGS MS 64 Brown Middlesex-Kempson’s, DH-47, PCGS-MS 64BN. Edge: Plain. Rarity: Fairly common. Diesinker & Manufacturer: Wyon, Kempson. What a chore it’s been to try and get one of each in Kempson’s series of London Buildings. With 40 tokens in the series I guess I’m glad to have found 17 of then that I could afford. I’m always looking for more but with age getting the best of me not sure I’ll even get half way there.
View Coin 1790’s 1p G. Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1P 1788 G.BRIT D&H-49 KEMPSON'S CARLETON HOUSE NGC MS 63 BN Middlesex-Kempson's, D&H-49, MS-63 BN. Edge: plain Rarity: Fairly common. - Seem like NGC got the info wrong on this slab as they forgot to mention it's from Middlesex. Carlton House was a mansion in London, best known as the town residence of the Prince Regent for several decades from 1783. It faced the south side of Pall Mall, and its gardens abutted St. James's Park in the St James's district of London. The obverse of this token has watery fields with all the rainbow colors while the reverse is a even brown with the same watery fields, almost proof-like.
View Coin 1795 1p G.Brit. G.BRIT - MIDDLESEX PENNY 1795 G.BRIT D&H-52 MIDDLESEX - KEMPSON'S E: PLAIN D&H-52 NGC MS 63 RB Middlesex-Kempson’s, D&H-52, NGC-63RB, 1P. Edge: plain. Rarity: fairly common. Diesinker & Manufacturer: Wyon & Kempson. Okay, not as bad as these pictures show. The fields are almost proof like and very reflective with some nice purple and blues scattered around. Sure the black areas are there in these pictures but when view with the naked eye they’re not black but a deep brown with a purplish tint.
View Coin 1790’s 1p G. Brit. G.BRIT - MIDDLESEX PENNY (1790'S)G.B. D&H-53 MIDDLESEX - KEMPSON'S E: PLAIN NGC MS 63 BN Middlesex-Kempson’s, D&H-53, NGC-63 BN,1P. Edge: plain. Rarity: fairly common. Diesinker & Manufacturer: Wyon, Kempson. Glossy devices with proof like fields. Some great colors hidden along the rims on the reverse. The eye appeal alone should have this token graded higher.
View Coin 1790's1p G.Brit. G.BRIT - MIDDLESEX PENNY (1790'S)G.B. D&H-54 MIDDLESEX - KEMPSON'S E: PLAIN NGC MS 63 RB Middlesex - Kempson's, D&H - 54, MS-63 RB. Edge: Plain. Rarity- Fairly Common. Part of the London Buildings series by Kempson. Great 75% red obverse with a few tiny spots. The reverse is more toned with maybe 15% red. from Heritage for around $100 in 2014
View Coin 1790's 1p G.Brit. Great Britain 1660 - 1815 1P (1790'S) GB D&H-55 MIDDLESEX - KEMPSON'S E: PLAIN NGC TOKEN MS 62 RB Middlesex - Kempson's, D&H - 55, MS - 62 RB. Edge: Plain. Rarity: Fairly common. Great faded red token. Just a joy to look at these old chunks of copper. Another pick up from VCoins.com dealer Tony Fein.
View Coin 1790's 1p G.Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1P (1790'S) GB D&H-59 MIDDLESEX - KEMPSON'S NGC MS 64 RB Middlesex-Kempson's, D&H-59, MS-64 BN. Edge: plain. Rarity: fairly common - One of those nice London Penny Tokens from Kempson. You just don't hear the words Ironmongers anymore let alone Almshouse as shown on this token. Proof-like obverse, more brown than red but nice and evenly layered, while the reverse is about the same but for a nice ring of red on the inside circles edge.
View Coin 1790’s 1p G. Brit. G.BRIT - MIDDLESEX PENNY (1790'S)G.B. D&H-61 MIDDLESEX - KEMPSON'S E: PLAIN E: PLAIN NGC MS 62 RB Middlesex-Kempson, D&H-61, NGC - 62 RB. Edge: plain. Rarity: fairly common. Off from eBay for $82. Fairly dark token with just enough red to get the RB designation.
View Coin 1790's 1p G.Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1P (1790S) GB D&H-62 MIDDLESEX - KEMPSON'S NGC MS 65 BN Middlesex-Kempson's, D&H-62, MS-65 BN. Edge: plain. Rarity: fairly common. - Oh, all the colors of the rainbow again and this time on prooflike fields. It does have proof-like fields, more so on the reverse but yet there is a little cartwheel luster flying around on its surface. Could have gone another point up just on the eye appeal alone.
View Coin 1790's 1p G. Brit. G.BRIT - MIDDLESEX PENNY (1790'S)G.B. D&H-63 MIDDLESEX - KEMPSON'S E: PLAIN D&H - 63 NGC MS 64 RB Middlesex - Kempson's, D&H - 63, MS - 64 BN. Edge: Plain. Rarity- Fairly common. You just have to love these big Kempson's London Buildings series. This token has a die cud on both sides of the obverse. Oh how I'd love to have one of each of this series.
View Coin 1790's 1p G.Brit. G.BRIT - MIDDLESEX PENNY (1790'S)G.B. D&H-65 MIDDLESEX - KEMPSON'S E: PLAIN NGC MS 64 BN Middlesex - Kempson's, D&H - 65, MS 64BN, Edge: Plain. Rarity- Fairly common. Same obverse as D&H-45. From Heritage for under $90 in 2014. Hard to find the penny tokens in MS-64 for under a $100. Somewhat even toning over semi-proof-like fields. Some nice colors hidden under the toning when viewed in the right light at just the right angle.
View Coin 1797 1p G. Brit. G.BRIT - MIDDLESEX PENNY 1797 G.BRIT D&H-70 MIDDLESEX - KEMPSON'S E: I PROMISE TO PAY NGC MS 62 BN Middlesex-Kempson! D&H-70, NGC-62 BN, 1p. Edge: I promise to pay…, Rarity: Scarce. Diesinker & Manufacturer: Wyon, Kempson’s. Nice chestnut brown token with the usual somewhat proof like fields. Not really sure what the low grade is about as it seems like a 63 if not a 64 to me. The last 11 tokens of this series go from fairly common to scarce.
View Coin 1797 1p G.Brit. Great Britain 1660 - 1815 1P 1797 G.BRIT D&H-71 MIDDLESEX - KEMPSON'S E: I PROMISE TO PAY NGC TOKEN MS 62 BN Middlesex - Kempson's, D&H - 71, MS - 62 BN, Edge: I promise to pay..., Rarity: scarce. If not for a bad stain on the reverse I great looking token. The first fixed crossing at Blackfriars was a 995 feet (303 m) long toll bridge designed in an Italianate style by Robert Mylne and constructed with nine semi-elliptical arches of Portland stone. Beating designs by John Gwynn and George Dance, it took nine years to build, opening to the public in 1769. It was the third bridge across the Thames in the then built-up area of London, supplementing the ancient London Bridge, which dated from several centuries earlier, and Westminster Bridge. It was originally named "William Pitt Bridge" (after the Prime Minister William Pitt) as a dedication, but its informal name relating to the precinct within the City named after the Blackfriars Monastery, a Dominican priory which once stood nearby, was generally adopted.

View Coin 1790's 1p G.Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1P 1797 G.BRIT D&H-75 MIDDLESEX - KEMPSON'S NGC MS 63 RB Middlesex-Kempson's, D&H-75, MS-63 RB. Edge: plain. Rarity: fairly common - A real killer token. As close to red as you can get without getting it. The slab it was in before had it as red. Oh man, that's what you get with cross overs. I really like this grading service but they just seemed to vanish one day. The guy, whos name I can't seem to remember, was helpfull and nice and knew his tokens. Sorry to see him go whatever his name was.
View Coin 1797 1/2p G. Brit. G.BRIT - MIDDLESEX PENNY 1797 G.BRIT D&H-80 MIDDLESEX - KEMPSON'S E: PLAIN NGC MS 64 BN Middlesex-Kempson’s, D&H-80, NGC-MS 64 BN. Edge: Plain. Rarity: Scarce. Diesinker-Manufacturer: Wyon, Kempson. Really great looking token. The obv. has somewhat proof like fields and a great even chestnut brown tone. There is a small die crack on the right rim running up a tiny bit. The rev. Is wonderful in that Justice looks as if she’s been bronzed and really stands out even from the proof like fields. Purchased on eBay for around $85 which is a great price for a scarce token graded by NGC and a true mint state 64.
View Coin 1788 1p G.Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1P 1788 G.BRIT D&H-201 MIDDLESEX - NATIONAL NGC MS 62 Middlesex-National, D&H-201, MS-62. Edge: plain? Rarity: scarce. Great off-metal token, White metal. The grade given seems a bit harsh, no tin pest or any spots, but I'll take it. Listed as scarce in D&H and I would think at least rating a R or RR in white metal. Update, I have seen a couple more of these in the last few years, one even higher graded than this one so maybe we can toss out the RR but still think a rating of R is justified.
View Coin 1790's 1/2p G. Brit. GREAT BRITAIN - 1660-1815 1/2P (1790'S) GB D&H-257A MIDDLESEX - BLACKFRIARS NGC MS 62 BN Middlesex-Blackfriars, D&H-257a, MS-62 BN. Edge: Plain. Rarity: Common. - Don't get the grade on this one as it looks like a MS-64 to me. There is a bit of red poking thru the brown around the devices. Some very nice purple around some reverse areas.
View Coin 1790’s 1/2p G. Brit. Great Britain 1/2P (1790'S) GB D&H-274 MIDDLESEX - BURCHELL'S E: NOT A COIN NGC TOKEN MS 63 BN
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