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THE

SILVER

TOKEN-COINAGE MAINLY ISSUED BETWEEN

1811 DESCRIBED

and

1812

AND ILLUSTRATED

BY

R.

DALTON

WITH INTRODUCTION

LEAMINGTON SPA W. WATERS, Gi, BATH STREET :

A.

1922


ONLY 200 COPIES WERE PRINTED, THIS BEING No

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INTRODUCTION. IN

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the publication of this work, we have selected what we take to form the genuine portion that is, those issued mainly in 1811 and 1812. We of the 19th Century Silver Tokens

have been obliged to exclude the very extensive series of Bank Tokens of England and Ireland, also the Countermarked Dollars, mainly because of the expense that would have been incurred had we included them.

There are one or two exceptions to this rule where the tokens are of earlier date. Likewise the two Penzance Tickets (page 3, Nos. 8 and 9) these were probably used as shop ;

tickets of a later period.

The Welbeck

3/- piece (page 25,

No. 9)

is

almost certainly a truck ticket for the payment

of wages.

The Shrewsbury Ticket, on the same page, probably had nothing to do with that city, and was doubtless struck before 1800, as the copper impression is upon an 18th Century Token flan, which already had an inscribed edge upon it. The Ripley Sixpence (page

36, No. 8)

may have

been struck before 1800.

In the Not Local series (page 57, No. 6) this piece was included by an error it is a Gambling Ticket for 2/6, struck for B. Simpson and used at Suffolk Street, Pall Mall. (See Davis and Waters' " Tickets and Passes, 1922," page 314, No. 63.) ;

We

think present day collectors of these Silver Tokens may be interested in knowing how first and second decades of the nineteenth century regarded them.

the general public of the

We

have therefore reprinted some contemporary newspaper

The

first is

articles, etc.

taken from "Bell's Weekly Messenger," July llth, 1812:

LOCAL TOKENS. "

There are some principles as well

in political

economy

as in private prudence, which

be as universally violated as they are universally acknowledged. One of these appear the national currency. It is a principle universally admitted, that nothing is more respects conducive to the interest of commerce than a general and permanent standard of weights and to

and more particularly that the representative of value, and measures of relative worth, should be fixed, known, and unchangeable. Yet this principle so duly acknowledged, is hourly violated before our eyes. Instead of a fixed and permanent coin each denomination measures

;

of which represents a certain fixed value, so that everyone should

of

it

to

commodity York, and

know how many and how much

order to have a value corresponding to what he knows to be the worth of his instead of an eighteenpenny coin at London being of the value of eighteen pence

demand,

in

same denomination being everywhere of the same value having a fixed, general, and known value, the present as some years since were the provincial weights and of the is as various money kingdom measures and the consequences are as mischievous. The seller will in some way or other have the value for his goods and if a coin of a certain denomination does not contain the An value at which it is so denominated, he will have more of it to make up the deficiency.

at

vice versa,

i.e.,

instead of this kind of coin,

the

we

say,

;

;

eighteenpenny piece,

for

example, according to the relative value of

silver,

ought to contain so


Now, say for example, 60. These 60 grains are therefore its just value. say that a yard of cloth is worth 60 grains, then this eighteenpenny piece will correspond with Hut suppose, by the tricks or frauds of the provincial coiners (for its value, and purchase it. grains of silver

many

called), a piece denominated an eighteenpenny piece contains only 40 grains of such piece, it is evident, is no longer representative value of a yard of cloth, which, being worth 60 grains, is worth this adulterated piece, and half another. The yard of cloth therefore rises in this proportion that is to say, from eighteen pence becomes twenty-seven pence.

may be

such they pure

silver,

" Such

the injury which is produced by adulterated or imperfect coin. Prices, which and not denomination, rise in proportion to the adulteration. The effect of and all this that all who have really good coin must pay it as if it was bad is

follow real value

which

is

briefly

who have

;

fixed incomes,

they can only pay

and therefore receive

according to

it

its

their

money according

actual currency, are losers to the

between such denomination and the degradation adulteration has sunk it.

difference

the

to its denomination, whilst full

amount of

in current value to

all

the

which the

"Such therefore are the present evils of the tokens which are current in every part ot Kingdom, and the actual inherent value of which (i.e., the number of pure grains) is not

They occasion, as i.e., that for which it purports to be paid. of the actual value of the number a rise of until the said, grains represent price where there is follows the not the same and as this commodity commodity price unhappily equal to

its

money denomination

we have

;

reason for

that

it

is

to say,

where there

is

not the difference between the denominated and the

worth an eighteenpenny piece and a half of the adulterated coin of Manchester and Birmingham, because a yard of calico is worth 60 grains actual value

a yard of calico

may be

truly

and because

it takes an eighteenpenny piece and a half of Manchester coin to But why should a yard of calico be worth an eighteenpenny piece and a London, where there are 60 grains in the eighteen pence alone ?

of pure silver,

give the 60 grains. half in

" Yet this will still happen, because the nominal price will follow it. The adulteration of of the coin, therefore, injures the currency of the whole, because it occasions a degradation part in its accepted value in one place, which follows it (by being attached to its name) to another. "

In Coin, properly so called that is to say, Money stamped and assayed by the Public Authority there are two most useful commercial qualities. In the first place, that each coin contains a certain number of grains, and secondly, that these grains are of a certain purity.

This composition of a certain number and of a certain purity, constitutes a certain fixed value the mint mark gives the public faith that it contains this value, and under this faith it becomes ;

current for the

same

It is

it.

thus rendered a scale measure, or rule of value, and everywhere represents

thing.

"

Now

the Local

Tokens want both these

qualities.

There

is

more and

no control upon these

And as nothing is than this assay in other words as it is impossible to be made by general buyers so in nothing is there a greater opening for fraud. Some of the tokens, therefore,

coiners, either in respect to the quantity of the silver or to the assay of

it.

difficult

sellers

are said to be worth about one-third part of that for which they have been issued, and yet the fraud is not discoverable unless the coin be reduced to its grains, or be chemically decomposed. " have heard it argued, that these tokens are to be considered as Silver Bank Notes, and therefore they need be of no value at all and therefore it is demanded, what injury is it

We

whether their paid upon "

be less or more? The notion of a Bank Note good coin of the denomination that it bears.

intrinsic value

demand

Now

in

will this

is,

that

it

will

be

apply to these provincial tokens ? Will one tenth part of them ever be money or value of any kind ? No one takes a Note without a

paid in legal shillings, or legal

knowledge of the

firm.

Everyone

will

take a (

Token upon iv

)

its

prima facie appearance of honesty.


The difference between a Bank Note and a Token is this a Bank Note is a promissory note of a good and known trade a Token is a promissory note of A. B. at Birmingham, or C. D. at York or anybody, or nobody whom nobody knows, but everyone is taken upon trust. A Bank :

;

Note may be enforced by legal process; it is worth the law, and worth the carriage to the firm if a labourer at the extreme of Yorkshire has a York Token, or perhaps a Birmingham or Manchester Token, will it pay him to send it by post or travel with it to the place from which it was issued ? ;

but

"

The simple mischief of all these tokens is this they are made as matter of merchandise and profit, and :

coin.

They

something beyond their

simply

bad money, an adulterated

of course the makers must have

intrinsic value."

It is quite clear that

a

are

the writer of the above article looked upon these tokens as being But no doubt the coins did perform some benefit to the

fraudulent business.

community by supplying small change. It must be remembered that the

silver currency until the great re-coinage of 1816 was in a very deplorable condition. From 1760 to 1816 the entire government issue of silver coinage was only to the value of 08,609. The rest of the amount in circulation was made up of the

various issues of the monarchs from the reign of Charles II.,

when the milled money was first which currency was no doubt largely worn flat by constant circulation, at the time when the Silver Token-Coinage was first introduced in the early years of the nineteenth century. introduced

;

ROYAL LICENCE. To

Tokens an explanation of this term " Royal taken from "Bell's Weekly Messenger," for

the present day collectors of these Silver

Licence" may be

of interest.

The following

is

Nov. 24th, 1811 " SILVER TOKENS. As we have understood that large quantities of shilling and sixpenny silver tokens have of late been issued by private individuals in different counties, and particularly in the City of Bristol and its neighbourhood, purporting to be issued by Royal Licence, we have thought it desirable to inquire into the circumstances, and we are enabled to authoritatively state that there has been no Royal Licence nor permission whatever granted or given for the issue of any such tokens. We are further enabled to state that an inquiry having been made at one of the places from which some of these tokens were issued, what was meant by the Royal Licence?' the answer given was that it only meant the Licence which all :

'

manufacturers of silver are obliged by law to take out.

Persons therefore to

are offered should be upon their guard and aware that they have return of the difference between their nonimal and real value."

In the House of

Commons on

no

whom

such tokens

security whatever for the

July 9th, 1812, Mr. Huskisson made some remarks upon He stated that he was

the Local Tokens respecting a Bill being introduced to suppress them.

Token System. The private token he considered as bearing the same proportion by the Bank as the latter did to the legal coin of the realm. When Bank Tokens became a legal tender the coin of the realm disappeared entirely; and, in the same manner, hostile to the

to that issued

wherever Local Tokens were issued, which contained less value than those of the Bank, the latter in their turn vanished. In Birmingham and all the neighbouring country the silver coin of the realm had completely disappeared in consequence, bits of leather and pieces of pasteboard ;

were issued for small sums as low as

This was a great inconvenience and abuse, Representations were

6d. or Is.

and he had suggested the necessity of putting an immediate stop to it. then made to him by persons from the neighbourhood, that there was a currency, and

if

total

absence of small

a stop were not put to the system they knew not what would become of them. (

v

.)


His answer was to

"if these articles

were put down, the regular

silver currency will find its

way

Birmingham." Great *vils had arisen from the

Every person who had

Kingdom.

advertised in the newspapers that

He

could state that

many

it

facility of

in his

disseminating private coin throughout the

power immediately

they could make money, and

set to

work, and individuals

invited the people to purchase

it.

of those persons paid ten per cent, to agents to distribute their coin

through the country, and

to get

Bank Tokens

into their possession.

And

here

recollected that these private tokens were not issued under a promise to be paid

it

should be

on demand

in

and money for which no person was He then expressed his disapprobation of some of the clauses of the Bill. By one accountable. of these it was enacted that if any person after the 25th of March, 1818, should be the utterer of This any Local Token, he should forfeit for such offence not less than 5 or more than 20. to be coin

legal coin, but they absolutely purported

he thought would apply to an innocent bona

who had

the person

issued

it,

fade holder,

and who ought

be considered as liable to this penalty. Mr. W. J. Davis in his " Token

leather notes mentioned by Mr. Huskisson

seem

re

tokens mentioned in the

The "Evening

we are aware same speech.

he presented a Local Token to nominal value, would

Coinage of Warwickshire

money

to collectors, as

if

in justice to return the

original copper plates of small value paper

now known

who

issued by the

to

reproduced some of the Birmingham Workhouse. The

have entirely disappeared

We likewise

of.

"

Star," London, January 9th, 1812

;

at least

none are

reproduce some of the advertisements

:

"THE SILVER TOKENS,

which have afforded so much convenience to the Public, and have been so generally patronised, continue to be manufactured by H. Morgan, Die Cutter (the original LICENCED Silver Token Manufacturer), No. 12, Rathbone Place, Oxford Street

London.

An

No

earlier

letters

admitted unless post paid.

Tokens kept ready made."

one from the same Newspaper of November 16th, 1811, reads

:

"SILVER TOKENS, for the convenience of Change, continue to be made of Genuine Morgan and Co., and may be had at their Licenced Manufactory, 12, Rathbone Oxford Street, LONDON. M. & Co. extensively circulate Bristol and other Tokens suited

Dollar Silver by Place,

to general circulation

;

return for a remittance.

That

are always kept finished in large quantities ready to send by coach in Dies engraved to order. All unpaid letters will be refused admission."

of October 12th, 1811, reads:

"TOKENS OF SILVER

for the convenience of Change, of an elegant and highly approved design, suited to general circulation, are made and sold by ROYAL LICENCE and AUTHORITY, and Dies for Tokens, engraved according to any wished for Design, by directing

to

H. M., Die Cutter and Medallist, No.

12,

Rathbone Place, London. N.B. Tokens will be and all letters must be prepaid, or will be

sent free of every expence, in return for a remittance,

returned unopened to the General Post Office."

The advertisement address

of July 28th, 1811,

is

interesting, as

Morgan does not

give his

:

"SILVER TOKENS AND SMALL CHANGE, supplied to Regimental Paymasters, Manufacturers, Farmers, Shop and Innkeepers, Clerks of Public Works, and all other Persons who require Change for their Business or to pay Workmen, &c. Country Residents may be accommodated, per coach with from Five Pounds worth to a large amount, weekly by directing, with real Name, Occupation and abode to M. & Co., care of Mr. Heath, No. 27, Clement's (

vi

)

own


Lane, Strand, London, enclosing remittance in Notes or

Good

No

Bills.

letters

admitted

unless post free."

Another "

of a later date,

LOCAL TOKENS

Thursday, June 24th, 1813, reads and Silver, invented and first made :

of Gold

for Public

convenience

March 1811, by Messrs. Morgan and Co., Die Sinkers and Medallists, at their Licensed Token Manufactory, No. 12, Rathbone Place, Oxford Street, London, having been honoured in

with Legislative sanction and patronage by Three successive Acts of Parliament, continue to be made to any design for Companies and individuals, at a short notice, in that superior style of

M.

execution which has obtained for

&

Co. during the last two years, numerous and extensive

orders for Bankers, Manufacturers and Shopkeepers, in almost every city and town throughout the United Kingdom. N.B. Unpaid letters will not be admitted. Dies of numerous Patterns

ready Engraved."

This

Tokens.

man H. Morgan seems

Most,

if

not

all

anyone who cared

for sale to

to

It will be noticed in the last

March 1811; and

the

to

have done a very large business in supplying these Silver names of issuers upon them, were made by him

the tokens without any

buy and circulate them, as his advertisements constantly state. advertisement he mentions that he started in the business in

"Three Acts

of

Parliament" there mentioned

is

a good example of

comment upon the "Royal Licence" given on page v, from "Bell's Weekly Messenger," of November 24th, 1811. " The writer of some articles upon the Silver Tokens in the " Numismatic Magazine of bounce, in the face of the

some 25 years ago, stated that the Bate Books of the Parish where he is supposed to have carried on business, do not contain his name, and we ourselves have never discovered his name any London Directory. Is it possible this London address was only used to receive his letters and sell his tokens, and in reality he carried on his real manufacturing business at Birmingham

in

In the final advertisement he boasts of having supplied tokens throughout the United Kingdom. This was quite true as regards England, for there are but few counties where his dies are not represented. It will also be noticed in almost every case where he manufactured or elsewhere?

a token did,

it

when

hardly ever made any promise to pay in Bank Notes, as many of the genuine issuers their tokens were presented. That of Lynn (page 21, No. 8) is one of the few

exceptions.

Take, for instance,

concerned with

;

this promise to

the

Middlesex issues, which he must have been largely

pay only occurs upon Nos. 19, 20 and

41,

and these three

pieces are all rare, so they could not have been struck in large quantities. " In Davis's " 19th Century Token Coinage shows what kind of business Morgan carried on

is

reproduced an extract as under, and this

:

["Bath Chronicle," February 27th, 1812.] BRISTOL, i/th February, 1812.

We and

the undersigned hereby caution the public against a spurious Imitation of our Twelve penny Sixpenny Tokens, differing, however, in the names on the reverse, which in the Base

Tokens are

all

erroneously spelt, as will be perceived in the specimens subjoined

RATHBONE PLACE TOKEN.

ORIGINAL TOKEN. PAYABLE

PAYABLE

BY MESSRS FRAS. GARRATT

BY MESSRS

FRANS GARRETT WR. TERRAIL

WM. TERRELL

EDMD BIRD

EDWD. BIRD LANT. BECK FRANS. H

&

LAMT. BECK

FRANN.

GREGG

GRIGG (vii)

H

&


Considering it an imperious duty which we owe to the public and ourselves to trace the authors of this infamous deception, we have succeeded in ascertaining that it has been carried into effect

by the

Snow

well Hill,

known Mr. H. Morgan, No. 12, Rathbone Place, and A. London, and that the new coinage he has produced is

B.,

No.

35,

Cock Lane,

of inferior value to his

former tokens, said to be issued by Royal License, and which fortunately for the community have been long since detected, and the circulation stopped.

We

have with equal certainty ascertained Mr. Morgan's Resident Agent

whose name we

for the present forbear

effectually put the public

and the

announcing,

parties

unnecessary.

on

in the

in Bristol,

that this public notice will so

hope

their guard, as

render further measures

to

WM. TERRELL

FRANCIS GARRATT EDWARD BIRD FRANCIS H. GRIGG

LAUNCELOT BECK

other items printed by Mr. Davis, it is shown that the genuine Garratt tokens it appears that as Morgan did not get the order himself he issued

By some

were made at Birmingham, so a forgery of

it.

Morgan seems Most

to

of the tokens in the

have done his token business mainly in Mid and South England. North were "probably made by Younge & Deakin of Sheffield. A.

W. WATERS, LEAMINGTON SPA.

The following pieces have not yet been traced, but are included on the authority of Davis's work on Tokens, and also from notes that have been supplied by various collectors. CORNWALL. DEVON.

No.

LEICESTERSHIRE.

6.

MIDDLESEX.

No. 20.

Nos. 4,

Nos.

DORSET.

Nos. 20, 24, 81.

NORTHUMBERLAND.

DUBLIN.

Nos. 2 Bis,

NOT LOCAL.

HAMPSHIRE. ISLE OF MAN.

Nos.

8.

SOMERSET.

8, 14, 17, 22, 28.

Nos.

YORKSHIRE.

8, 5.

No. 8, 5,

3.

21.

6, 8.

No. 62.

who have any of these pieces, or meet with them communicating with me.

Collectors oblige by kindly

4, 7, 18, 16, 22, 32, 39.

Nos. Nos.

5.

at a later date, will greatly

RARITY. I

have given the

rarity of the silver pieces based

on the numbers

traced.

The

proofs in

copper or metal other than silver are all very rare. In concluding this work, I wish to record

Museum and

Museum

my

indebtedness and thanks to the Officials of

Mr. A. H. Baldwin, Mr. J. H. Daniels, Lincoln & Son, and Messrs. Spink & Son, Ltd. also to Mr. F. W. Bowman, Mr. F. S. Cokayne, Mr. L. L. Fletcher, Mr. S. H. Hamer, Mr. A. K. Maples, Mr. W. Waite Sanderson, Mr. W. Sykes and Mr. Thornton for checking off my lists of pieces and for the loan

the British

Messrs.

W.

the Bristol

;

to

S.

;

of specimens for illustration.

R.

DALTON, PARK HOUSE, BRISTOL.

(viii)


i

ffierfesbire.

READING. FORTY SHILLINGS. i.

:

R

'.

Bust of King. ALFRED 1812 PIGNORA CERTA PETIS DO PIGNORA CEKTA 40 SHILLINGS BERKS TOKEN STAND? DWTS.

GB.

GOLD 6

18 READING PAYABLE IN B^ NOTES AT 6 THE DWT. BY I. B. MONCK E 8**".' D. 1 The same in silver. D. 2 .

2.

HALF-CROWN. 3.

O: The arms

of Reading. LABIMUR IN PEJUS DONEC MELJORA RE VERT ANT .

1811 HALF CROWN TOKEN SPAN DOLL SILVER 6 DWTS PAYABLE IN BANK NOTES BY I. B. MONCK ESQK E READING + D. 3 .

R

:

.

.

.

.

EIGHTEEN PENCE. 4.

O: Similar to

R

5.

:

last.

The

line

on which

the left bust rests points to foot of P. 18 PENCE TOKEN SPAN DOLL SILVER 4 DWTS The left top sprig points to the centre of T, and the 8 is under the Y. D. 4 I

O As :

.

last.

R No period after DOLL :

The 8 is under hand sprig to the space between PENCE and TOKEN. The line on which the left Similar. i,

6.

:

R 7.

left

bust rests points below the

As O: As

R

and

:

:

P.

D. 5

last. last.

Similar this has a period after DOLL and the sprig points to T. D. 6 .

;

Bucfcin^bamsbirc. HIGH WYCOMBE. 1.

O: Arms; HIGH WYCOMBE & BUCKINGHAMSHIRE TOKEN XII PENCE R: View of Town Hall; JAMES GOMME D.

MDCCCXI

1

Cambribgcsbire. MARCH. 1.

O The :

R

Rarity

:

PAYABLE BY golden fleece. MESS 88 /; 8. RATCLIFFE E. ELAM & J. THURBON MARCH SILVER TOKEN ONE SHILLING // TO FACILITATE TRADE V> ISSUED D. 1 NOV* 1 1811

Berkshire, Nos.

':':

1, 2,

RR;

5, 6, 7,

R.


Cheshire.

NANTWICH. SHILLING. 1.

O

:

NANTWICH TOKEN VALUE ONE

Arms.

SHILLING II

2.

:

:

A':

'C&vX 8.

:

AT THE OLD BANK PAYABLE 1811 ONE POUND NOTE FOR 20 TOKENS D. 1

As

last.

Similar, but PAYABLE 1811

incuse.

is

D. 2 VALUE ONE SHILL. BROUGHTON SPROUT GARNETT & SUTTON * AT NANTWICH BANK ONE POUND BANK D. 8 NOTE FOR 20 TOKENS * .

.

.

7?

I

.

STOCKPORT. Beehive and sixteen bees. T. FERNS CARTWRIGHT & G & R

4.

.

.

R

.

STOCKPORT

.

.

.

.

Y & D under the on bale. ONE sword. SHILLING SILVER TOKEN 1812 D. 4 Similar, but with fifteen bees. G & R. FERNS & T. CARTWRIGHT STOCKPORT As last. D. 5

Female

seated.

H

hilt of

6.

.

.

.

R 6.

O: As

R

last.

Y & D under the sword to D. 6 Similar, with seventeen bees; STOCKPORT CHESHIRE As last. D. 7 Similar.

right.

7.

O

:

.

R

:

.

.

.

.

.

SIXPENCE. 8.

0: Beehive and fifteen bees; CARTWRIGHT

R

:

Female

.

seated.

.

.

.

partly under bale. SILVER TOKEN .1812

As

9.

last, in

T.

STOCKPORT No sword, Y & D .

.

.

SIX-PENCE D. 8

copper.

Cornwall. COUNTY. 1.

0: Arms.

R 2.

O

8.

'.

:

:

//

:

NORTH CORNWALL ONE SHILLING VALUE

As As

last,

1811 D. 1 D. 2

but in copper.

last.

DEVON & CORNWALL * BARNSTAPLE 8TRATTON D. 10 -::-

As *

last.

SILVER SOLD BY

PLACE

Rarity

.

-

-

TWELVE PENNY TOKEN MORGAN 12 RATHBONE LONDON D. 8 -:.-

Cheshire, Nos. 2, 8, RRR Cornwall, No. 8, RR 4, R. ;

;

5,

R.


Cornwall. COUNTY. 5.

O

:

R

:

Arms. CORNWALL 1811 A TOKEN FOR ONE SHILLING As last, but in copper.

6.

O

7.

O A

:

D. 4 I).

5

LAUNCESTON. :

castle.

LAUNCESTON TOKEN

.

.

ONE

SHILLING .1811

R W &

G PEABSE T. CHING H. NICOL8 PROCKTER ISSUED TO FACILITATE TRADE D. 7 .

:

&

.

J.

PENZANCE. TWO SHILLI,\ &S. 7

8.

A

wheatsheaf TWO SHILLINGS + TOKEN + R TEA DEALER AND GROCER SAMUEL HIGGS D. 27 + PENZANCE -f O Similar. ONE TOKEN + TWO SHILLINGS + w F ROWE, GROCER R: Similar. PENZANCE D. 28 These were struck in tin. :

;

:

9.

:

.

.

.

.

STRATTON. 10.

O

R

:

11.

:

:

R

*6

:

As No. 1. 12 within a wreath SHEPHARD WATTS & C. STRATTON D. 8 Arms, with H.M. under. DEVONSHIRE SILVER TOKEN. As last. D. 9 Arms, &c.

.

;

.

aMWUUIHUlJlj,,

/$p?&

?iV/

DERBY.

-2^-'

>&'.%&

1.

ONE SHILLING O: Crest and coronet; TOKEN STERLING SILVER R: FOR THE USE OF THE INN 8 AT DERBY ASHBOURN CHESTERFIELD NOTTINGHAM LEICESTER LITCHFIELD BURTON &C As last. .

.

;'

2.

:

-

e

UK

'I

R

JJVI-fax. N

:

Similar.

There are several slight varieties in the letterIn No. 1 the ing between Nos. 1 and 2 K and N of ASHBOUKN do not touch, and 8 in LEICESTER is above the line in No. 2 the R and N touch, and s is on the line. :

:

3.

0: View

R

'.

of Peterborough Cathedral. SILVER XII TOKEN DERBY LEICESTER NORTHAMPTON AND RUTLAND LICENSED SHILLING SILVER TOKEN H. MORGAN LICENSED MANU-

FACTURER LONDON

12

RATHBONE PLACE

.

Cornwall, Nos. 5, 10, 11, R. Derby, Nos. 1, 2, KKR 3, RR.

Rarity

;


Devonshire. COUNTY. O: View of

1.

Eddystone Lighthouse.

VALVE ONE SHILLING 7i'

:

2.

:

11

:

DEVON SILVER TOKEN

H - M.

D. 1

Arms, H M SILVER TOKEN

As

D. 2

last.

0: As No.

3.

.

H.M On rock.

.

1.

R: ONE SHILLING TOKEN SOLD BY ROYAL LICENCE AT

.

.

BONE PLACE LONDON 4.

8

I ,'fe

5.

O

:

:

As

last.

O

:

As

last.

/i

:

:

K

i

1

8.

7

:

D. 4

ONE SHILLING VALUE

As

7.

Arms

as

:

R

:

D. 7

last,

but shield

is

tinted.

ONE SHILLING VALUE .H.M under. D. 6

0: As

O

D. 5

last, in copper.

last.

R: The same 9.

D. 8

Arms. H M DEVONSHIUE SILVER TOKEN.

li

6.

Arms.

D. 8

as obverse of No. 1.

ONE SHILLING DEVONSHIRE

DEVONSHIRE

SOMERSETSHIRE

AND

CORNWAL SILVER TOKEN

As

10.

.

MORGAN'S * 12 RATH-

last, in

D. 9

D. 10

copper.

BARNSTAPLE. 11.

O: BARNSTAPLE TOKEN ONE SHILLING

.1811. The G

-

lines to centre of E.

R: Anns between branches. 12.

O

:

The G

Similar.

D. 11

lines to the first

limb

of K.

13.

/?:

As

O

ISSUED AT BARNSTAPLE 14 NOVEMBER

:

D. 12

last.

1811

-;:-

BY MESS"? JOS_ EVANS JOHN

BOWHAY MICH^ NOTT & R_ GRIBBLE H: Plumes

of

Prince of

Wales.

CONVENIENCE OF CHANGE SHIRE SILVER TOKEN FOR

.

XII

FOR

DEVON-

PENCE

-::-

D. 18

Rarity

Nos.

8, 9,

RRR;

8,

RR

;

2, 11, 12,

R.


Det>on0bire.

BARNSTAPLE. 14

Similar to No. 11, but BARNSTAPLE TOKEN SIX PENCE 1811 D. 14

14.

.

.

Similar to No. 13, but DEVONSHIRE SILVER TOKEN FOR VI PENCE *

15.

D. 15 15

EXETER. O View

16.

Lighthouse similar to No. 1, is above the pennon on

of

:

but the G mast.

E 16

:

Arms. EXETER AND DEVON SILVER TOKEN D. 16

O: JOSEPH HICKS. * EXETER * ONE SHILLING TOKEN

17.

R

:

D. 17

Similar to the obverse.

PLYMOUTH. 0: ONE SHILLING TOKEN within a garter marked DOLLAR SILVER. PAYABLE AT THE BULLION OFFICE 69 HIGH

18.

17

STREET

R

:

1811.

PLYMOUTH TOKEN PAYABLE BY

C R LOYD.

TEIGNMOUTH. 18

O

19.

:

Crest. H.M under the chaplet. PAYABLE.

AT

.

THE BANK

.

ISSU'D

AT

.

.

TEIGN-

MOUTH FOB PUBLIC ACCOMODATION .

.

.

1811

R

'.

WHICH THESE TOKENS EACH ONE SHILLING I THE BEARER PROMISE TO PAY BANK OF ENGLAND NOTE 1 A D. 18 I. HOLLAND

FOR 20 OF COST

.

.

.

ME

.

.

19

.

O: Similar,

20.

.

.

.

.

.

.

but

with ID under annulets on

the

ONE

and

and

chaplet, garter as periods.

K: 20

As

21.

Rarity

Nos. 18, 20,

ERR

Similar, but stars after before and after NOTE.

;

last in copper, plated

16, 17, R.

the

D. 19

on obverse. D. 20


2>or$et0bti*e. f

BLANDFORD.

o. 1.

O: Arms. /('

2.

:

BLAND FORD. 1811

ONE SHILLING TOKEN H. WARD PUBLIC ACCOMMODATION. .

O Arms.

.

* FOB

D.

1

PAYABLE BY H. WARD BLAND-

:

FORD.

R: ONE SHILLING TOKEN FOR PUBLIC COMMODATION 1811.

AC-

D. 2

DORCHESTER. 8.

O

:

& PATTISON DORCHESTER

COX MERLE .

.

BANK ONE J^i-:-,

fc

')

.

.

SHILLING TOKEN PURE

.

,

SILVER

^ M

R

St.

:

Dunstan leading the Devil by the KNOW THYSELF On the D. 8 ground i D Nose.

.

4.

The dots in right ornament

O: Similar.

and end closer to

larger /'

:

N.

At the bottom the ends

Similar.

of

sprigs further from the leaves.

POOLE. 6.

0: Anns

TOWN AND COUNTY

of Poole.

OP POOLE TOKEN

R

^

c?

:

<

6.

.

1811.

JAMES FERRIS SILVERSMITH POOLE VALUE ONE SHILLING. An ornament above POOLE. D. 4 .

O As last. No ornament

.

.

:

li

:

above POOLE, which

is

in a straight line, four leaves and berries on right haud sprig and one in the centre. D. 5 7. ~

f* t~ 4 *

.'

1*

U

:

R

'

><i_

:

/ 3/i/V.ZJI3jyl/T.a

8.

O

:

R: 9.

Similar to

last.

There are five leaves and berries on right hand sprig, the two last berries are nearly side by side. D. 6

As

last.

Similar, the two last berries at the D. 1 right are over each other.

O: PAYABLE BY W. B. BEST NOTK FOR 20 TOKENS

R

:

Female .

POOLE

.

.

under the ONE SHILLING SILVER TOKEN D. 8

seated.

figure.

A specimen

K &

ONE POUND 1812 .

.

s

known struck upon a Walsall Church Penny. D. 21

Rarity

Nos.

of this is

8, 4,

RBB

;

1,

BK

;

1, 8,

B.


Dorsetsbire. POOLE. SIXPENCE. 10.

0: Similar, but 40 TOKENS. 11

:

Similar, but six PENCE SILVER TOKEN .

11.

O: As

E

:

12.

POOLE

D. 9

.

As As

last.

Somerset, No. 65.

rev. of last, in

copper.

SHAFTESBURY. 18.

O: Arms

DORSETSHIRE of Shaftesbury. WILTSHIRE & SHAFTESBURY BANK .

R

14.

:

:

.

TOKEN ONE SHILLING AT SHAFTESBURY OR 8. LLOYDS BUCKLERSBURY LONDON FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF THE PUBLIC D. 10 1811

As

last.

E:

COMMERCIAL Military bust to left. D. 11 TOKEN I B.X.R'1811 This was struck in brass on large and .

small flans. 15.

O

Naval bust to left. As reverse of last. D. 12 ONE SHILLING VALUE. D. 13 As last, but in brass.

E 16. 17.

O: As

last.

LET seated. ENGLAND FLOURISH SCOTLAND & WALES Struck in brass.

li:

COMMERCE

Figure

-X-

.

IRELAND

.

.

As

18.

last.

Blank. 19.

O Arms.

.

:

In brass. SHAFTESBURY BANK TOKEN

.

HENDERSON & C

E: xn within 20.

21.

:

D. 14

a wreath.

D. 15 As last, but in copper. SHAFTESBURY BANK LICENSED Arms. The 14 same size 14 MARCH 1811 .

.

as figures in date ; the point of Centre bar shield is under the Y. of shield to left is above a leaf. 7?

:

DORSETSHIRE WILTSHIRE AND SHAFTES-

BURY BANK TOKEN VALUE ONE SHILLING The F exactly over K. D. 16 22.

:

11

:

The centre bar Similar,

Nos.

14,15,

11,

19,

17,

RB;

24,

RRR

13, R.

As

23.

last, in

;

opposite a leaf.

but the word

italics

Rarity

is

F to

AND

left of K.

copper on a large

is

in

D. 18 flan.

D. 17 24.

:

as figures 14 almost as small the letters in MARCH.

The

E The :

F to left of K.

D. 19


2>orsetsbire. SHAFTESBURY. 25.

O: Similar. I!

20.

Similar, but the Staffordshire Knot is omitted. D. 20

:

0: Similar. under

R

.

The

of

point

shield

IB

B.

DORSETSHIRE .WILTSHIRE and SHAFTES-

TOKEN

BANK

BURY

VALUE

ONE

SHILLING FOB THE ACCOMMODATION OF THE PUBLIC D. 21 27.

O As last. R: MAY TRADE THE PLOUGH & FLEECE FLOURISH IN ALL :

SUCCESS TO AGRID. 22

ISLES

BRITISH

THE

THE

CULTURE & NAVIGATION.

SIXPKNCK. 28.

O

Arms.

:

.

SHAFTESBUBY BANK LICENSED The 14 same .

MABCH 1811

14

size as figures in date.

R

DORSETSHIRE WILTSHIRE AND SHAFTESBURY BANK TOKEN VALUE SIXPENCE D. 28

:

29.

The 14 same

:

R 30.

Very

:

MARCH. D. 24

Similar, but with FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF THE PUBLIC added.

:

R

size as letters in

similar.

Similar, but VALUE in

:

roman

capitals.

D. 25

THIU'IEI'KNCE. 81.

0: HENDERSON TOKEN .

R A :

&

SHASTON

C?

BANK

.

.

.

large 8 within a wreath.

D. 26

Durham. STOCKTON. 1. It

:

Arms.

:

SILVER TOKEN

STOCKTON

AND JENNETT 2.

O

R 8.

Rarity

Dorsetshire, Nos. 25, 27, 81,

RRR;

80,

:

1

1812. SHIL CHBISTOPHEB

.

D.I

-\-

but

the cable loops are larger and the letters of STOCKTON further apart.

Similar,

As

last.

As

last,

RR.

D. 2 but in

tin.

Durham, No.

2,

R.


Gloucestershire,

CHELTENHAM. 0: View of St. Mary's Church. VALUE ONE SHILLING R A POUND NOTE FOR 20 TOKENS GIVEN BY WILL^ BASTIN CHELTENHAM .1811

1.

:

D. 1

As

2. 3.

last,

but in

D. 2

tin.

PAYABLE BY MESS R S J & S, GRIFFITH CHELTENHAM OR AT N 2 RIVER S T BATH PAYABLE BY A ONE POUND NOTE FOR 20 OF THESE TOKENS.

:

.

R Arms

of Bristol. DOLLAR SILVER SILVER TOKEN FOR XII PENCE D. 3

:

.

.

.

GLOUCESTER. HALF-CROWN. 4.

:

R

I

Arms

of Gloucester. GLOUCESTER TOKEN TWO SHILLINGS & SIXPENCE A POUND NOTE FOR EIGHT TOKENS GIVEN BY J. WHALLEY GLOUCESTER AND AT N? 10 CHARLOTTE S* FITZROY SQUARE LONDON D. 4

SHILLING. O

5.

:

Arms

of Gloucester, with crest. FOR No period in the legend, and the tassel is between the I's of value.

PENCE

xii

R

:

View

of

Cathedral. GLOUCESTER CITY TOKEN . MDCCCXI .

COUNTY &

.

.

D. 5 6.

:

R

:

A period after each word, Similar. and the tassel is under the last i of value. As

D. 6

last.

Without 7.

:

R 8.

'.

:

R

Crest.

Arms.

GLOUCESTER CITY TOKEN ONE SHILLING There are thirteen leaves in the branch at the right.

PAYABLE ON DEMAND BY SAUNDERS & BUTT TO FACILITATE TRADE OCTOBER 20T? 1811 D. 7

As

last.

:

Similar, but dated OCTOBER 25

:

Similar to

D. 8 9.

O

last,

but with twelve leaves

in the branch to right.

R Rarity

Nos.

3, 9,

RR

;

:

Very 7,

R.

similar.

D. 9


10

Gloucestershire. GLOUCESTER.

.LLJS/3

10. JjJO

Ci.

SHILLING PAYABLE AT JA? WHALLKY'g GLOUCESTER & AT N 10 CHARLOTTE sT FITZROY

R (f

10

O'

"EH

o

IS

GLOUCESTER TOKEN ONE

0: Similar.

SQUARE LONDON the centre of 11.

O As li:

12.

O

:

li:

18.

?

in JA

is

A.

under D. 10

last.

* is under the first limb of A. D. 11 Arms. GLOUCESTER CITY AND COUNTY. MORGAN'S GLOUCESTER CITY & COUNTY SILVER MEDAL BY THE ROYAL D. 12 AUTHORITY As last. In copper, on small flan, size of sixpence. D. 18

Similar, but the

Ibampsbire. 1.

Ships

at

OF WIGHT PORTSMOUTH SOUTHAMPTON AND GOSPORT SHILLING SILVER TOKEN H MORGAN LICENSED MANUFACTURER 12 RATHBONE PLACE LONDON. D. 1 Amis. HAMPSHIRE SILVER TOKEN 1811 The 1 in date is over the first limb of K. Point of shield between 8 and 1. A sloop sailing. VALUE ONE SHILLING TO FACILITATE TRADE The lliast touching the first limb of E. D. 2 Line of shield to centre of A and tail of R, first 1 on date over E. The sea different to last, and lines between A and D. D. 8 ISLE

li

.

2.

TOKEN and p on

HAMPSHIRE

sea.

H.M. at the left of ship, the waves to right.

O

I!

8.

.

Struck in copper. 4.

<>

As

j;

Similar. The left of E.

last.

mast under the extreme

The water

line to R.

D. 4 5.

O

Similar

to

shield is /,':

The point

No. 2. over the

8.

similar

to

The mast

No.

slightly more to the right. line to R.

2,

of

but

Water J).

5

Similar to No. 2. The lines on the shield are broken and project nearly touching the Is of date. I!

:

AH last. O: Lines on

/)/.s.

1 of //

:

As

shield very coarse. date over centre of B.

last.

Rarity -Gloucester, No. 12, KB. Hampshire, Nos. 1, 6 Vis, RR 6, R. ;


11

Ibampsbire, SIXPENCE. 7.

0: Similar. The point of shield between 8 and 1. The figures of date all of the same size.

R

:

Sloop sailing. * VALUE SIXPENCE TO FACILITATE TKADE. D. 6 -:;-

As

8.

last, in

D. 7

copper

No

stars before

and

after HAMPSHIRE.

R No

stars before

and

after SIXPENCE.

9.

:

""""Hlli,

def*%\

@%K^%

?

%F

'^^

I-/ -

...-

:/i

i.--,

ggVloV / X:

-jX

-"*-'

/&-^V^ V^

.-X

AC**

%,.

-^-S*

.

10.

0: Similar

.

$1

over the

-

-T

first 1.

The point of shield The 1's of date

smaller than the

1813

i i-

to No. 7.

"?,=

,

f

:

8.

-r

C/ /fl^aw^eBss

R

:

As No.

D. 8

7.

ANDOVER. 1811. 11.

O: Arms.

ANDOVER TOKEN FOR xu PENCE

Point of shield to

R: PAYABLE BY W 1811

.

S

.

first

&

.

I

limb of .

Six acorns inside of wreath

D. 9

to right.

12.

0: As

R 13.

Similar.

O:

Similar.

Seven acorns to

3B l^jefifezjoEi).^' V^*,. tH11 ,^> ^

As

14.

15.

16

Seven acorns to D. 10

copper.

D. 11

O: Similar.

R: 16.

17.

last, in

right.

i

after

right.

15

v r.3.*-'I

^y^iSt.'---

last.

:

R: No period

^p

Similar.

A

As last. R: Eight acorns

leaf over first A.

D. 13

to right.

0: Similar. period after

:

i.

Nine acorns

O

:

Point of shield to centre of

R: No

period after

flat.

Rarity

Nos. 9, 17,

BEE

As

last,

to

D. 14

right.

19.

D. 12

:

R A 18.

K.

WAKEFORD

&

Four acorns in copper.

10, 11, 12, 13, 16, E.

Top

K.

of

to right.

1's

are

D. 15

D. 16


12

ANDOVER. 1812. 20.

20

O: Similar. Point of shield to first limb of K. R No period after i Seven acorns to Dated 1812. D. 17 right. :

As

21. 22.

D. 18

copper.

0: It

23.

last, in

D. 19

Six acorns to right.

:

O:

U

Similar, with a period after

:

1.

D. 20

NEWPORT. 24.

An

:

antique ship.

NEWPORT ISLE OP

WIGHT 1811

The anchor touches

the waves.

Flat tops to the 1's

in date.

El ONE SHILLING SILVER TOKEN

MAY PLENTY CROWN OUR HAPPY ISLE % The G lines to the first P. D. 21

25.

O

26.

R O The

Similar. The anchor does not touch the water. The G lines to last limb of A. D. 22

:

:

anchor touches the water. The tops of 1's slope. The G lines to space between p P.

:

R

:

D. 28 27.

O As

last.

:

/

The word TOKEN

:

closer to the circle.

SIXPENCE. Similar.

28.

Beehive and bees. SIXPENCE 29.

As

last, in

80.

As

last, in tin.

UNION TOKEN D. 24

copper.

D. 25 D. 26

PORTSEA. A

81.

crescent and star. ACCOMMODATION OF TRADE 1811 PORTSEA SILVER.

TOKEN

T

82.

O The :

/.'

The 8 under first limb of K.

ONE SHILLING PAYABLE AT S MK88": AVKNSLL & SIMMONDS QUEEN

VALUE

i:

:

As

Rarity

D. 27

PORTSEA

8 under space between E and

last.

Nos. 22, 28, 27, 81, 82, 26,

RR.

RRR;

B.


13

Ibampsbire,

PORTSMOUTH. :

A

and

crescent

PORTSMOUTH CHANGE

star.

ACCOMMODATION

.

ONE SHILLING TOKEN DOLLAR SILVER PAYABLE AT THE BULLION OFFICE 69 HIGH STREET 1811 D. 28

As

last.

A

As No.

WIGHT &C.

ISLE OF :

SILVER TOKEN

PENCE

xii

Eleven D. 30

berries in the wreath. :

D. 29

1.

crescent and star with an eye in the centre. PORTSMOUTH 1811 PAYABLE AT I. DUDLEYS

No

Similar.

period

The

DUDLKYS

T

of

between i PORTSMOUTH

directly under the P of PAYABLE and at the same angle.

As

D. 31

last.

The tongue the

of garter does not touch

D.

The wreath has seventeen

berries.

D. 82

A

U

*n

J^if

?

COMMERCE

LET

Ship.

ISSUED BY

I

FLOURISH

M STEPHENS 1811

VALUE XII PENCE PORTSMOUTH SILVER TOKEN D. 83

ybf-wcfci ^

ROMSEY. HM under the

Arms.

SEY TOKEN

.

shield. ROMVALUE ONE SHILLING

PAYABLE BY W. ADAMS below the wreath.

As

.

1812

H.M D. 84

last.

Ships at sea.

HAMPSHIRE TOKEN D. 35

VALUE

+

WILLIAM LINTOTT

&

ROMSEY TOKEN. ONE SHILLING

Similar.

Ships at sea. P

SONS.

on the waves

to left.

D. 36

SOUTHAMPTON. 42.

:

Arms. SOUTHAMPTON TOKEN VALUE - ONE SHILLING .

R A :

ship.

SON

Rarity

WILLIAM LOMER & D. 37

Nos. 33, 40, 42, 34, 35, 36, R.

RR

;


14

Tbcrcforfcsbtrc. 1.

O: Arras. HERKFOUD COUNTY AND CITY TOKEN 1811 The lion without a Five acorns in oak sprig. to right above the

sword.

The branch shield.

R: PAYABLE

IN CASH NOTES BY WAINWRIGHT & C. AND CARLESS & C? ONE SHILLING TOKEN D. 1

2.

O: Similar. in

With sword, three acorns The branch below

wreath.

the shield. /,'

As

:

D. 2

last.

Ikent.

FOLKESTONE. 1.

0: Arms. CINQ PORT TOKEN BOXER FOLKESTONE 1811 R ONE SHILLING VALUE .

.

IOHN

:

D.

1

^Lancashire. LIVERPOOL. HALF- A- GUINEA. A

O:

R

THO? WILSON & C'.' phoenix. LIVERPOOL LANCASHIRE TOKEN 1812 STANDARD

:

.

10

6 GOLD

.

D.

1

This was struck in copper only.

SHILLING. 2.

:

li:

THO WILSON & c? LIVERPOOL Arms. Female seated. LANCASHIRE ONE SHILLING TOKEN 1812

D. 2

MANCHESTER. 8.

O li

O

.

:

4. 5.

Arms. MANCHESTER TOKEN. VALUE ONE SHILLING View of building, w. BALLANS TEADEALER MARKET-PLACK + D. 8

:

:

R:

As As

last.

In brass.

last.

and D on the base of Date 1812 added. D. 4

Similar, but Y building.

0.

:

li

As

last.

Similar.

:

.

1812

FOR PUBLIC ACCOMODATION D. 5 .

POULTON.

^; Rarity

7.

<>

R

Kent, No.

1,

R.

:

'.

POULTEN TOKEN VALUE ONE SHILLING PAYABLE AT R D HALLS ONE POUND NOTE FOR 20 TOKENS D. 6

Lancashire, Nos.

.

1, 5,

RRK

;

G, 7,

R.


15

^Leicestershire. 1.

:

Arms.

ONE SHILLING SILVER TOKEN

Stem

R

of branch to T.

DERBY LEICESTER NORTHAMPTON AND RUTLAND LICENSED SHILLING SILVER TOKEN H MORGAN LICENSED MANUFACTURER 12 RATHBONE PLACE LONDON. D. 1 Stem of branch to o. Similar. NOTTS DERBY LEICESTER NORTHAMPTON AND RUTLAND SHILLING SILVER TOKEN MORGAN LICENSED MANUFACTURER 12 RATHBONE PLACE LONDON. D. 2

:

.

O

2.

li

:

:

O As

3.

last.

:

R

Similar to

:

Mo.

NORTHAMPTON 4.

O: The The 0: The :

rev. of

rev. of

:

6.

N in

of

Top

No. 1. No. 2. D. 8 rev. of No. 2. R ONE SHILLING TOKEN H M O: As No. 1. R: LEICESTER SILVER SHILLING TOKEN ISSUED BY ROYAL LICENCE A ONE POUND NOTE WILL BE PAID FOR 20 OF THESE AT I.W&I. RAWSONS 1811 D. 4

R

5.

1.

lines with M.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

SIXPENCE. O Arms,

7.

six PENNY SILVER TOKEN DERBY LEICESTER AND RUTLAND SIX-

:

R

:

PENNY TOKEN 1811 MORGAN LICENSED MAKER 12 RATHBONE PLACE LONDON.

O: As

8.

(I

-^

\ '&n

R

:

"ii # 1811 ^.

D. 5

last.

LEICESTER SIX-PENNY LICENSED TOKEN 1811 ONE POUND NOTE WILL BE PAID FOR 40 OF THESE AT I W & I RAWSONS D. 6

Lincolnshire. COUNTY. 1.

:

A fleece.

.

.

+

.

.

LINCOLNSHIRE

.

+

.

.

.

SILVER TOKEN 7?:

O

2.

R

:

:

D. 1 12 PENCE 1811 Similar. LINCOLNSHIRE SILVER TOKEN 1812 TWELVE PENCE FOR USE AND ACCOMODATION D. 2

ALFORD. O: ALFORD

8.

SILVER TOKEN" 12 PENCE AT ELIZ T ? EMERSON &

PAYABLE

SONS beehive. .

R:

A

.

+

.

.

1811 INDUSTRY HAS

Rarity

Leicestershire, Nos. 4, 5, 8,

ERR

;

3,

RR

;

2,

R.

Lincolnshire, Nos.

ITS

D. 3

REWARD 2, 3,

R.


1C

^Lincolnshire.

EPWORTH. 4.

O

\

PAYABLE IN GOODS OR NOTES 1812. EPWORTH ISLE TOKEN T. & W. READ .

R

:

.

View

of

ONK

building.

SHILLING

CURRENT VALUE

.

D. 4

GAINSBOROUGH. 5.

O:

garter, &c.

Star,

.

JOHN GAMSON

.

GAINSBRO

R: Female

Y and D under the ONE SHILLING SILVER TOKEN D. 5

seated.

figure.

1811 6.

O

:

A

ship.

R A

WILLIAM JERREMS

.

.

GAINSBRO

ONE SHILLING SILVER 1811 Top of window

windmill.

:

TOKEN

straight and reaching to last bar of sail, six lines of brickwork on

the building. to first 7.

O As :

The ground points D. 6

N.

last.

:

R

limb of

The window

Similar.

is

arched and

reaching between fourth and fifth bar of sail, five lines of brickwork. The ground lines to second limb of N. D. 7 8.

0: 7i

9.

O

:

:

A A

ship.

GAINSBRO TOKEN 1811 s.

bridge, PENCE.

Similar.

The

BANDARS FOR TWELVE D. 8 sea different.

R A distant view of bridge. :

PENCE

FOR TWELVE D. 9

SIXPENCE. TOKEN ISSUED BY 5BRUMBY GAINSBUKGH FOR VI PENCE

SILVER

10.

II

:

A

wheatsheaf. 1812 TO ACCOMMODATE THE PUBLIC WITH SMALL CHANGE.

D. 10

HOLBEACH. 11.

0, 1811 HOLBEACH AND LINCOLNSHIRE A ONK POUND SILVER TOKEN H.M NOTE WILL BE PAID FOR 20 OF THESE BY K. B. HOFF +

R

Rarity

No. 10,

RRR;

5,

6,

ONE SHILLING VALUE H.M ROYAL LICENCE

RR

;

8,

R.

ISSUED BY D. 11


17

Lincolnshire. LINCOLN. 12.

13.

Arms.

:

11

LINCOLN SILVER TOKEN 1812

M1LLSON AND PRESTON DOLLAR SILVER A ONE POUND NOTE WILL BE GIVEN FOR 20 OP THESE o D. 12

:

0: Similar, but without

R

:

sprigs of oak.

Similar, but reads WILL BE PAID and

H.M under PRESTON. 14.

O: Arms.

R

LINCOLN SILVER TOKEN

ONE SHILLING TOKEN TRADE

'.

D. 13

TO FACILITATE D. 14

LOUTH. 15.

0: LOUTH SHILLING TOKEN 1811 & H CHAPMAN + .

R A

.

C.

STOVIN

.

PAYABLE IN CASH NOTES + D. 15

fleece.

:

.

.

.

.

STAMFORD. EIGHTEEN PENCE. 16.

0:

A

R

SILVER

:

1 s

NOTES

17.

STAMFORD 1811

lion, &c. .

.

60 TOKEN

PAYABLE IN CASH BY EDW? & FRA? BUTT D. 16 .

O: Similar, but the crown smaller and radiated.

R: As

D. 17

last.

LONDON. EIGHTEEN PENCE. 1.

A statue.

0:

top of

R

:

CHARING CROSS Is. 60. The 1

points downward.

LONDON SILVER Eight leaves and a long D. 1 tendril to spray.

18 within a wreath.

TOKEN

As

2. 3.

O

R 4.

:

:

last, in

Similar.

copper.

The top of

Nine leaves

As Rarity

last, in

]

points upward.

to spray.

D. 2 D. 3

copper.

Lincolnshire, No. 14, 15,

RR;

Middlesex,

ERR

J6, 17, R.

Nos.

1,

3,

R.

;


LONDON. KN PKNCK. 5.

O: LONDON SILVER TOKEN 1 S. 6 D. MORGAN MAKER 12 RATHBONE PLACE LONDON /' DOLLAR SILVER TOKEN Is.GD. II M under wreath. D. 4 :

.

SHILLING. 6.

O

:

Ji

7. 8.

9.

statue,

As

last, in

with lamps to railings. CHARING CROSS Arms. Top of shield curved. ONE SHILLING SILVER TOKKN D. 5

O As

D. 6

copper.

last.

A';

A ONE POUND NOTE WILL HE PAID BY W K JONES & cV CHARING CROSS LONDON FOR 20 OF THESE 1). 7

O

A

without lamps on railings. CHARING CROSS R; Similar to last, but the top of shield I). 8 straight. :

statue,

As

10. 11.

A

last, in

I).

copper.

O: As last. ONE SHILLING VALUE

R-.

12.

0: As last. Ji: KNAPP & C

As

18. 14.

last, in

ONE SHILLING

HM

copper.

9

D

10

D.

1 1

I).

12

O: As last. B: * SILVER * TWELVE PENNY TOKEN SOLD BY * MORGAN * 12 RATHBONE PLACE * LONDON 1). 18 -::-

15.

O: A female

li:

As

16. 17.

seated. ENGLAND IRELAND SCOTLAND & WALES. LET COMMERCE FLOURISH LONDON TOKEN ONE SHILLING PAYABLE AT s. LLOYD'S BUCKLERSBURY 1811 The 1's are flat topped. D. 14

O

:

.

.

last, in

Female standing. SCOTLAND

I:NCI, AND.

AND

.

15

I).

copper.

.

WALKS

IRELAND.

LET

-::

COMMERCE FLOURISH //:

18.

O

:

Similar, but the top of 1's slope. Similar,

with

COMMERCE //

:

As

period

after

16

1).

LET

.

last.

In copper.

18

Rarity

Nos.

8, 12,

KB

;

9, 11, 14, 17,

K.

.


19

flM&Meeey. LONDON. SHILLING. 19.

O LONDON

TOKEN PAYABLE BY A ONE POUND NOTE FOR 20 OF THESE AT MORGANS 12 RATHBONE PLACE LONDON H. MORGAN LICENSED MANUFACTURER 12 RATHBONE PLACE LONDON.

R

ONE SHILLING TOKEN - H.M

As

20.

D. 17

last.

R Arms

of Bristol. DOLLAR SILVER SILVER TOKEN FOR xn PENCE. D. 18

21.

O ONE

SHILLING LONDON SILVER TOKEN ISSUED BY ROYAL LICENCE H. MORGAN LICENSED MANUFACTURER 12 RATHBONE PLACE LONDON.

R: As No. 22.

O

D. 19

19.

Arms.

HM

SILVER TOKEN

R: ONE SHILLING TOKEN SOLD BY ROYAL. LICENCE AT MORGAN'S 12 RATHBONE PLACE LONDON. D. 20 .

.

23.

O As

24.

R: Similar, but a 0: As last.

last.

after MORGAN'S. D. 21

-:;-

R: ONE SHILLING VALUE 25.

O: As

R

SILVER * -*

26.

O As

-;:-

TWELVE PENNY TOKEN SOLD 12 RATHBONE PLACE D. 23

BY MORGAN LONDON

-:;-

-;:-

last.

R

KNAPP &

ONE SHILLING H M

D. 24

As

copper.

D. 25

O:

A

27.

28.

D. 22

last.

last, in

T bottle inscribed N? 14 S MARTIN'S

LANE LONDON, with R w on the cork. PAYABLE AT R WARRENS LIQUID .

BLACKING..

R: ONE

..MANUFACTORY..

-I-

SHILLING

TOKEN

1811

BY ROBEET WARREN LONDON

As

29.

R

..

D. 26

last.

Similar, but without date and orna-

D. 27

ment. 30.

4-

ISSUED

LONDON YORK O: Four hands joined. SWANSEA AND LEEDS

R: ONE SHILLING TOKEN TRADE

R ar jty

Nos. 20, 22, 25, 28, 30,

RR

;

ERR

.

TO FACILITATE D. 28 ;

23, R.

19, 24, 26,


LONDON. SIXPENCE, A

CHARING CROSS

statue.

of pedestal lines to s. Arms of London, six - PENNY SII.VKR

TOKEN As last, in copper.

D. 29 I). 80 Similar. Top of pedestal lines with o. Similar, but with curved line at top of shield.

As last, As last.

in copper.

SIXPENNY

TOKEN

SOLD

BY

1).

81

1).

82

ROYAL

LICENCE AT MORGAN'S 12 RAT II BONE PLACE LONDON D. 88 LONDON TOKEN FOR SIXPENCE PAYAIILK AT s LLOYD'S BUCKLERSBURY 1811 Female seated. ENGLAND IRELAND SCOTLAND <& WALKS * I). 84 Similar, without FOR before SIXPENCE. Female standing. ENGLAND IRELAND SCOTLAND AND WALKS D. 85 LONDON SIX -PENNY LICENSED SILVER TOKEN MORGAN MAKER 12 JJATHBONE PLACE LONDON + SIX PENNY TOKEN H.M, with a dot under the tie. D. 86 As last, in copper. D. 87 Similar. No dot after MAKER. Similar, no dot under tie. PAYABLE BY A 1 NOTE FOR 40 OF THESE AT MORGANS TOKEN MANUFACTORY 12 RATHBONK PLACE LONDON .

.

.

.

O:

87.

7,':

O:

88. '

S s

T_2ll u-w

:;

-

v"^

.

^Vj

-

.JJg?

7/:

89. 40.

O: li:

41.

O:

48.

As last. 1). 88 O: As rev. of No. 81. I!: As No. 88, with a dot. D. 89 As last, in copper, on large flan. D. 40

44.

A ONE POUND NOTE WILL BE PAID BY

II:

42.

WHALLEY & C THAMES LONDON FOR 40 OF THESE As No. 38, with a dot. .

It:

45.

O: As last. li: As No. 40, without a

STREET D. 41

dot.

IRorfolft. 1.

O 11

2.

:

O 1!

Rarity

Middlesex, Nos. 87, 45,

RR

;

81, 88, 40, 42, 44,

:

NORFOLK SUFFOLK AND ESSEX SILVER TOKEN FOR ONE SHILLING. View of lighthouse. VALUE ONE D. 1 SHILLING.

O As li

8.

:

R.

:

:

:

last.

ONE SHILLING TOKEN H.M

D. 2

As last. Arms. SILVER TOKEN H M

D. 8

Norfolk, No.

2,

RRR

;

8,

RR

;

1,

R.


21

ATTLEBOROUGH. TWO SHILLINGS. 4.

Arms.

:

ATTLEBURGH TOKEN TWO H on the ground.

.

.

SHILLINGS II

A

:

female standing. & SON OCT* 11

.

ground. 5.

O Arms.

ATTLEBURGH TOKEN TWO H on first palm blade.

.

:

WILLIAM PARSON 1811 H on the D. 4 .

SHILLINGS II

6.

As

:

WM.RF.&RK

PAYABLE

AT ATTLEBORO

'.

R

D. 5

last.

SHILLING

1

I

1811

FOR THE USE OF TRADE D. 6

DISS. 7.

:

PAYABLE AT

Arms.

*

MUSKETT &

SON'S * 7?:

12 PENCE DISS TOKEN MDCCCXI

D. 7

LYNN. EIGHTEEN PENCE. 8.

:

Arms.

A

NOTE AND

1

1

s

WILL BE

PAID FOR 14 OF THESE BY I HEDLEY LYNN + OR AT H. MORGANS TOKEN AND BULLION OFFICE LONDON

R: DOLLAR SILVER TOKEN

Is.

GD.

under wreath.

As

9.

H.M D. 8

copper, plated obv. or rev. D. 9

last, in

TOKEN STAMP OFFICE KINGS LYNN 1811 FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF TRADE +

SILVER

10.

7?

ONE SHILLING VALUE H.M in wreath. ISSUED BY ROYAL LICENCE. D. 10

The

0: Similar.

11.

s

of

STAMP lines

above the E

R

:

As

last.

SIXPENCE. A ONE POUND NOTE WILL BE PAID BY LYNN FOB I HEDLEY STAMP OFFICE

12.

40 OF THESE 1811

R

six

PENNY TOKEN

H M in a wreath. D. 11

Rarity

Nos.

4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11,

RR.


22

IHorfoUv

NORTH LOPHAM. 13.

0: Arms. PAYABLE AT s. PORTER'S NOKTH LOl'HAM * Ji 1 SHILLING FOR THK USK OF TRADE D. 12 -::-

:

YARMOUTH. 14.

O: Arms.

NORFOLK AND STFFOLK TOKEN SHILLING One acorn at

ONE

-x-

-::-

the left corner of shield. 11

Anns. 1811 PAYABLE AT j. HONTON'S YARMOUTH & AT BLYTH & C? BURY.

:

The top 15.

outside leaf

is

Two acorns at corner of shield.

O: Similar. II

The

Similar.

:

under u. D. 13

hand

left

leaf points to foot of H.

D. 14 16.

O

:

/.':

Arms.

PAYABLE BY YARMOUTH. .

.

F. R.

REYNOLDS

NORFOLK TOKEN FOR xn

Arms.

PENCE. 1811 17.

O

:

li

:

As

A

.

D. 15

last.

1811 NORFOLK TOKEN FOR D. 16

castle. XII

PENCE.

Northamptonshire. PETERBOROUGH. TWO SHILLINGS. O: Arms. 7?

:

PETERBOROUGH TOKEN PAY ABLE BY GEORGE GRIFFIN SILVER TOKEN 2 SKILL 1812 H.M

D.I As

last, in

D. 2

copper.

KltiHTKKX I'KXCK. O: Cathedral. SILVER TOKEN 1811 FOR EIGHTEEN PENCE PETERBOROUGH BANK TOKEN COLE tt C? D. 8

//

:

As

last, in

D. 4

copper.

SHILLING. 5.

O

R

:

:

Similar to last. FOR XII PENCE PETERBOROUGH BANK TOKEN COLE & C? D. 5

6.

As

last, silver gilt.

7.

As

last, in

Rarity

D. 6

copper.

Norfolk, No. 13, R.

Northamptonshire, Nos.

1, 6,

BR.


23

IRortbumberlanfc.

NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE. 1.

PAYABLE BY JOHN ROBERTSON 0: Arms. NEWCASTLE ON TYNE

.

.

R

Female seated. NORTHUMBERLAND & DURHAM XXX PENCE 1811 P. WYON F.

:

D.

1

EIGHTEEN PENCE. 2.

Similar to

:

R

:

3.

last.

Similar.

Reads 18

As

In copper.

last.

D. 2

TOKEN.

D. 8

SHILLING. 4.

A

0:

BEWICK MAIN COLLIERY

ship, &c.

+ 1811 +

R

ONE SHILLING PAYABLE AT NEWCASTLE D. 4 ON TYNE AND LONDON +

:

.

5.

Similar,

:

R 6.

As

:

:

but

name

D. 5

NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAM 1812.

Arms.

As

last.

BRITISH ONE D. 6

MDCCCXII

SHILLING TOKEN

8.

BEWICKE.

last.

R: Britannia seated.

7.

spelt

.

D. 7

In copper.

R PAYABLE BY ALEX 0: Arms. NEWCASTLE ON TYNE

R: View

of colliery.

& DURHAM 12 As

9.

10.

:

last.

KELTY

NORTHUMBERLAND TOKEN 1812 D. 8 D. 9

In copper.

Arms. PAYABLE BY JOHN ROBERTSON NEWCASTLE ON TYNE

.

.

R

:

NORTHUMBERLAND & The TOKEN 1811 under N. A small w on

Female seated. DURHAM 12 spear

is

ground above the

last 1 of date.

D. 10

Rarity

No.

2,

RRR

;

10,

BB.


ftortbumberlanb. NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE. 11. /

-\

O: Similar, but IOHN instead li

:

of JOHN.

Similar. The spear points between N and D. w above the first 1.

D. 11 12.

13.

O: As

last.

The spear is under N. The vv omitted, and without the D. 12 hyphen under D. 0: Similar. The tail of left hand

li:

Similar.

11:

The w on

supporter nearly to the legend. the

and

the D. 13

ground,

hyphen under

n.

SIXPENCE* 14.

:

11

:

Arms. PAYABLE BY JOHN ROBERTSON NEWCASTLE ON TYNE

Female seated. NORTHUMBERLAND & DURHAM 0" TOKEN 1811 D. 14 As

15.

last.

In copper, on a large

flan.

IRottinobamebire. MANSFIELD. 1.

O: PAYABLE BY

E.

DAWSON MANSFIED

W. JERREMS GAINSBOROUGH

I.

II

ED-

LEY LYNN NORFOLK & H. MORGAN LONDON 1812 A POUND NOTE WILL BE PAID FOR 20 OF THESE + .

.

li

:

Anns XII

2.

O

:

SILVER TOKEN FOR

of Bristol.

PENCE

I). 1

o STANTON HANCOCK. WAKEFIELD & C? & W* ELLIS MANSFIELD

Beehive,

c

<fc

.

.

.

7i

8.

:

O

:

Female seated. ONE SHILLING SILVER TOKEN 1812 Y & D under hilt of sword. H on bale. D. 2

As

last.

H: Similar, sword.

Y & D near the end of H on hale omitted. D. 3

NEWARK. 1.

0: A

TOWN HALL NEWARK building. SILVER TOKEN FOR ONE SHILLING 1811

It'.

T.

STANSALL CHA S MOOR RICIl" FISHER W" FILLINGHAM W* HEADETT AND THE CURRENT VALUE T. WILSON D. 1 PAYABLE IN CASH NOTES. .

Rarity

Northumberland, No. 15,

RRR;

12, 18, R.

Nottinghamshire, No.

.

1,

RRR;

3,

R.


25

Bottingbamsbire. NEWARK. 5.

As

:

R

last.

No

Similar.

:

period

T

after

between THE and PAYABLE. 6.

As

:

R

O

7.

last.

Similar. No period between VALUE and NOTES. The line w* FILLINGHAM is above the s in NOTES. D. 6

:

Head

Similar.

:

between K and

R

nor D. 5

Similar to No.

:

of

points

figure

E.

5,

but the T of

first

line intersects the c of CURRENT.

D. 8 8.

As

:

R

last.

Similar, but reads T STANZAIL CHA*? MOORE RICH 1* FISHER W? FILLINGHAM W? READETT and F WILSON.

:

D. 7

WELBECK. THREE SHILLINGS. 9.

1804

SCOTT NOTTS.

:

.

TITCHFIELD WELBECK

SHILLINGS WEIGHING HALF VALUE 8 AN OUNCE

11

.

This

in copper.

is

Shropshire. DAWLEY. PITS CRANES &C. OF BEST HORSE-NAIL IRON AT 5n. PER LB. (ill, BERT G1LPIN DAWLEY SHROPSHIRE.

0: SELLS CHAINS FOR

1.

BEARER A

PAYS THE boar. SHILLING 1811

E: A wild

1>. 1

SHREWSBURY. 2.

O:

A

with

shield

caduceus.

THO

VENABLES /.'

:

As

8.

E

:

Rarity 6,

Hand and

R.

last, in

eye.

copper.

PAYABLE AT SHREWSBURY Nottinghamshire, Nos. 7, Shropshire, No. 2, RRR ;

8,

ERR

1,

RR.

;


Somersetshire. BATH. /YH7,' i.

(>:

Arms.

HATH TOKEN FOUR SHILLINGS

The

right foot of Justice points between T and R, left foot over A.

//

:

A

POUND NOTE GIVEN FOR FIVE OK THESK OUR TOKENS C. CULVKRHOUSE I. ORCHARD AND J, PHIPJ'H MARGARETS BUILDINGS BATH D. 1

As

last, in

O: As No. 11:

D. 2

copper.

1.

Similar, but ORCHARD in line with S Of BUILDINGS. D. 8

O: Similar to last. Point of shield over A. li

:

A POUND NOTE GIVEN FOR FIVE TOKENS

BY

C.

AND :

R

:

:

CULVERHOUSE

over

As

last.

As

last.

ORCHARD

I.

PHIPPS

The

Similar. is

R

J.

right foot of Justice

R, left foot

between A and

D.

D. 4

Similar, but

i.

instead of

j.

PHIPPS.

D. 5

O

:

R:

As

A

last.

fleece suspended.

& COMMERCE As :

last, in

A

Nos.

4, 6, 7, 9,

BRR;

SHIPS COLONIES D. 6

D. 7

copper.

Anns + BATH TOKEN -)- FOUR 1811 with

Rarity

1811.

1, 3, 5,

The first

left

limb of

hand

SHILLINGS cuff lines

H.

POUND NOTE FOR 5 TOKENS GIVEN BY S. WHITCHURCH AND W M DORE A Staffordshire knot below, commencing at w and terminating at o. D. 8

RR.


27

Somersetshire. BATH. SHILLINGS. 10.

11.

:

.Zi

:

O

:

Very

similar.

The knot commences at M and terminates at R. D. 9

Similar.

Head

clear ofs, left cuff lines slightly limb of H, tops

to the left of first

of 1's slope, a dot under the N

Of SHILLINGS.

R

:

As

last.

:

As

last, in

As

last.

12.

18.

:

R

:

D. 10

Similar.

mences

D. 12

copper.

The knot smaller and comat the last limb of M and

terminates under space between D. 11 o and R. 14.

O

:

The

'

\*

.1

L/

V.?.'-~

R

SIT* J

:

As

centre of H, top of

left cuff to

the 1's are

flat.

D. 13

last.

'

15.

FOUR SHILLINGS

0: BATH TOKEN 1811

/f-,-i

R

:

As

D. 14

last.

TWO SHILLINGS. 16.

BATH TOKEN TWO SHILLINGS

O: Anns.

R: A POUND NOTE GIVEN FOR TEN TOKENS BY C. CULVKKHOUSE I. ORCHARD AND D. 15 J. PHIPPS

SHILLING. 17.

ONE

BATH TOKEN 0: Arms. 1812

R

18.

20 OF THESE OUR TOKENS C. CULVEKHOUSE I. ORCHARD AND J. PHIPPS AIARGARETS D. 16 BUILDINGS BATH

:

A POUND NOTE GIVEN FOR

:

As

R:

last.

Similar, after c,

Rarity

SHILLING

but i,

without

and

Nos. 18, 15, 18,

RR

the

periods

D. 17

J.

;

10, 11, 14, R.


2H

Somersetshire. BRISTOL. SHILLING. 19.

20.

21.

(>

:

/i

:

Arms without

supporters. SILVKK TOKKN 12 FOR NKCKSSAUV CHANGE. 1811 D. 1H As lust, in copper. D. 1!) O: Anns with supporters. ONE SHILLING TOKKN GENUINE DOLLAR SILVER

BRISTOL

.

ISSUED BY E. BRYAN BRISTOL SOMERSET WILTS DEVON. GLOUCESTERSHIRE.

II

NORTH

AND

SOUTH

WALES

BRISTOL TOKEN. 22.

O

Similar. Date closer together. Period after 1811. Similar. E. BRYAN in a shorter line.

7i

Bristol

Commercial Token Bank Company, August

0: Arms and

R

12.

snake touches

Tail of the

28.

AND 20

I).

N.

within a garter, inscribed VIRTUTE ET INDUSTRIA BRISTOL TOKEN FOR XII PENCE The flag on mainmast to centre of the flag on left tower, a portion of the flagstaff and a corner of flag seen on the tower to right. PAYABLE BY MESS " FRA* GARRATT W* TERRELL EDw" BTRD LAN^ BECK & FRAN? H. GRIGG ISSUED IN BRISTOL 1811. TO FACILITATE AUG^ 12 TRADE. The F in FRA* lines to the foot of T, and T in GARRATT D. 21 points between D and E. crest

1

:

.

24.

O: Similar, no

H 26.

:

No. 23. The flag on above flag on mast. The right tower cuts into the garter, no

O: Similar

to

tower

R

:

As

O R

:

:

is

flagstaff. last.

Tail of

26.

portcullis in doorway. S line under s in FRA

No

Similar.

D. 26

snake does not touch

points to

first

limb of

E.

In some specimens the corner of scarcely

27.

O //

:

:

N.

Tail does not touch N. Similar. The F lines between T and o, and T

As No.

shows or

iiot

at

1). tin-

22 fl:ur

all.

26.

No

F linos to period after GRIGG. T to first limb space before TO. of E. The border frosted. D. 24

Rarity

Nos. 24, 25, R.


29

Somersetshire. BRISTOL. 28.

O

Similar. Similar.

No

E

As

O

Similar.

D. 25 Flag on mast to centre of

on tower. and E. D. 23 Tail closer to N. The flag on tower floats above the flag on mainmast.

11

29.

30.

O

flag or staff

T points between D

last.

flag on tower. Similar, but reads PAYABLE BY MESS*? FRA* CARRATT W* FERRELL EDw" BIRD LAN? BECK & FRAN? H. GR1GO. The F lines between T and o,

H

and

As

31.

T points between D

but in brass.

last,

and

E.

D. 27 D. 28

August 22. 32.

O

Similar.

:

R

The

does not touch N.

tail

Flag on mainmast to centre of flag on tower. " PAYABLE BY MESS FRA? GARRATT W? TERRELL EDw" BIRD LAM^ BECK & 1

:

FRAN:?

H.

TRADE.

TO FACILITATE GRIGG. ISSUED IN BRISTOL AUG*

22 1811

The

F lines to foot of T.

D. 29 33.

72

:

34. 35. 36.

:

:

tail

mast. N PAYABLE BY MESS KS FUA GARRETT W* D TKRRA1L EDM BIRD LAM^ BECK & FRAN N H. GREGG. Legend as last. D. 30 As last, but in copper. The reverse D. 31 silver plated. As last, in copper on a larger flan, D. 32 not plated. Similar. Tail touches N. The flagstaff

under /?

The

nearly touches N. Flag on tower above the one on

Similar.

:

As

T.

last.

3036,

57 and 58 are contemporary Nos. Nos. 29 and 55. forgeries of the genuine tokens

No Date. 37.

^

^^rafrfvx -:

/i

:

O

:

:;>

88.

Rarity

0: Similar.

Nos. 80, 82, 33, 86, 87,

KBK

;

29. KIJ

Ft

:

PAYABLE BY A ONE POOXD - NOTE FOR 20 OF THESE AT P. ROSE'S STATIONER BRISTOL. H. MORGAN LICENSED MANURATHBONE PLACE 12 FACTURER D 33 LONDON. Similar. Tail touches N. The flagstaff under T. As No. 86. BRISTOL SHILLING SILVER TOKEN ISSu'D BY ROYAL LICENCE Legend as last,

H MORGAN

&C.

D-

^


80

Somersetshire, BRISTOL. <>:

40.

R

:

does not touch N. PENCE in legend reads PENSE. The flagstaff under space between T imd i.

Tail

As

last.

As

last.

D. 85

Similar, but ISSUED instead of ISSU'D.

D. 86 41.

:

Prince of Wales' Plumes and Motto, Ac.

R

:

As No.

BRISTOL SHILLING TOKEN &C.

D. 87

88. 12.

July 42.

:

7?

48.

:

Arms and

within a garter. BRISTOL MEDAL THE XII OF JULY

WELCH PRINCIPALITY BRISTOL AND SILVER MEDAL F GAURATT & F? HORE GRIGG PROSPERITY TO WALES D. 88 & THE CITY OF BRISTOL.

O As

last.

:

R

:

crest

As

last,

with the addition of the D. 89

words ISSUED BY 44.

O As :

R:

last.

but reads BRISTOL AND PRINCIPALITY SILVER MEDAL FR GARRATT LAM BKCK & F8 HORE

Similar,

WELCH

1

D. 40

GRIGG 45.

O As last. R BRISTOL :

AND WELCH PRINCIPALITY SILVER MEDAL ISSUED BY ROYAL LICENCE. Legend as No. 42. D. 41

:

46.

:

R

:

As

last.

WALES AND

BRISTOL SKP 1811

5

-::

MERTHYR * D. 42

BRISTOL BRIDGE. 47.

O: Abridge. BRISTOL & WILTSHIRE TOKKN 1811 Tops of the 1's are flat.

R

:

12 PENCE PAYABLE BY NIBLOCK AT THEIR WAREHOUSE LATHAM

'VALI'E <t

.

.

BRIDGE

sT

&

TKOWIililDGE

The

point of star lines with the terD. 48 minal of E in WAREHOUSE. 48.

:

R:

Tops

The point

limb of

Rarity

Nos. 48, 44,46,

RRR;

41, 42, 45,

of 1's slope.

Similar. Similar.

RR;

E.

89, 40, 48, R.

of star to first

D. 44


81

Somersetshire. BRISTOL. 49.

0: Arms.

LET TRADE & COMMEHCE FLOURISH BRISTOL ISSUED BY W. SHEPPARD EXCHANGE SKP* 6 1811 .

.

.

The 11

50.

O

R

tops of 1's are

flat.

VALUE 1 2 PENCE SOMERSETSHIRE WILTSHIRE GLOUCESTERSHIRE SOUTH WALES AND BRISTOL TOKEN Two

'.

acorns at the intersection of the wreath. P. 45 Similar to last, hut SHEPHARD instead of SHEPPARD. Tops of 1's slope. Similar to last. WALES closer to wreath. Two acorns as last. D. 46

:

:

BRISTOL QUAY. 51.

52.

O

:

R

:

A

three-masted ship. VALUE ONE SHILLING FOR THE ARMY &C. * N9 87 QUAY BRISTOL PAYABLE AT GOVERNMENT STORES R TRIPP & C 1811 D. 47

O As

last.

As

last,

:

li

:

but R TRIPP & c? 1811 omitted. D. 48

SIXPENCE. Arms and Supporters. 58.

O I!

54.

:

BRISTOL SIXPENNY TOKEN TO FACILITATE TRADE 1811 G" GENUINE DOLLAR SILVER ISSUED D. 49 BY E BRYAN

Arms.

.

.

.

.

'.

:

//:

As

last.

Similar, but with E. in E. BRYAN

Arms

within

August 55.

a

period

after

D. 50

a Garter. 12.

BRISTOL TOKEN FOR vi PENCE 8 li: PAYABLE BY MESS ! FRA* GARRATT W* TERRELL EDW U BIRD LAN^ BECK & TO FACILITATE FRAN!* H. GRIGG ISSUED IN BRISTOL AUG^ TRADE !> 51 12 1811.

O

:

Arms.

1

.

.

.

As

56.

last.

In copper plated.

August 22. 57.

O It

Rarity

Nos. 50, 57, K.

58.

O

:

:

:

/,':

Similar to last. Similar, but reads PAYABLE BY MESS** N R FRA N GARRATT W TERRELL EDW N T GRIGG H FRA & BECK BIRD LAM D- 52 AUG? 22 1811

As

last.

Similar, but reads PAYABLE BY

FRA^ GARRETT W? TERHAIL T BIRD LAM BECK & FKA* H. GREGG. D. 58


Someraetebfre. BRISTOL. No 59.

O I!

:

:

As

Date.

last.

BRISTOL

SILVKU SIX-PENNY TOKEN

ISSUED BY ROYAL LICENCE MORGAN LICENSED MAKER 12 RATHBONE PLACE 'LONDON. ]>. 54 60.

:

//

As

last.

PAYABLE AT MORGANS WAREHOUSE FOR BUCK & DOE SKINS CASTLE sT BRISTOL A 1 NOTE WILL BE PAID FOR 40 OF THESE. I). 55

:

July

6.

61.

O: BRISTOL MEDAL THE VI OF JULY. It: BRISTOL & SOUTH WALES SILVER MEDAL ISSUED BY F GARRATT & F s HORK GRIGG. PROSPEKITY TO WALES & THE CITY OF BRISTOL 1). 56

62.

O

R

:

:

July 12 BRISTOL MEDAL THE XII OF JULY BRISTOL & WELCH PRINCIPALITY SILVER MEDAL ISSUED BY ROYAL LICENCE PROSPERITY TO WALES & THE CITY OF BRISTOL 4D. 57

BRISTOL BRIDGE. 68.

:

R

:

A

BRISTOL

bridge.

&

WILTSHIRE

TOKEN 1811 VALUE 6 PENCE PAYABLE BY NIBLOCK & AT THEIR WAKKHol SK LATHAM D. 58 BRIDGES & TROWBRIDGE .

.

64.

O

:

It

:

As

last.

Similar, but reads BRIDGE sT

D. 59

Arms with Supporters.

65.

SEPT 6 1811 BRISTOL PAYABLE BY AV. SHEPPARD. EXCHANGE SOMERSETSHIRE WILTSHIRE 6 PENCE WALES GLOUCESTERSHIRE SOUTH D. 60 AND BRISTOL TOKEN

O: Arms. II

:

Star. 66.

R TRIPP & c a star. BRISTOL 1811 PAYABLE BY ONE DOLLAR FOR 10 TOKENS & 2 OR 20 TOKENS FOR 2 DOLLARS & 4? AND 40 FOR A ONE POUND NOTE 1). 61

O: 6 PENCE 7?:

in

1

!

CHARD. SHILLING. 67.

0: CHARD SOMERSET 1811 within a Barter inscribed SHILLING BENEFIT FOR THE ISSUED D.' 62 OF TRADE 0: Similar, but reads CHARD SOMERSET SEPT? 1811

11:

1

.

.

.

68.

Rarity

Nos. 61, 62,

RRR

60, 63, 67, R.

;

68,

RR

;

li

69.

:

As As

.

last. last,

.

+

+

but in copper.

D. 63 D. 64


83

Somersetshire.

FROME SELWOOD. TWO SHILLINGS. 70.

0: Full-faced bust. FROME TOKEN FOR 2 SHILLINGS 7?

AT

:

SELWOOD

MESS^f WILLOUGHBY & SONS A ONE POUND NOTE GIVEN FOR 10 TOKENS 1812 D. 65

ONE SHILLING. 71.

0: Similar, but TOKEN FOR 12 PENCE

K

AT

:

MESS 1!? WILLOUGHB| M?? SINKINS RYALL W. SPARKS W. GERARD GRIFFITH & GOUGH. A ONE POUND NOTE GIVEN FOR 20 TOKENS 1811 D. 66 H.

TATJNTON. SHILLING. 72.

:

A

PAYABLE AT JOHN BLUETTS

shield.

1811.

R

VALUE

:

XII

PENCE

TAUNTON TOKEN. D. 67

Staffordshire. BILSTON. 1.

BILSTON SILVER TOKEN ONE A circular line above SHILLING the castle.

O: Arms.

R: PAYABLE BY RUSHBURY AND WOOLLEY 1811 ONE TOKENS 2.

POUND NOTE FOR 20 D. 1

O: Similar, but without the

circular

line.

R:

Similar.

COMMERCIAL CHANGE 1811 D. 2

SIXPENCE. 3.

:

R:

Similar to

last,

six PENCE

Similar, but ONE POUND NOTE FOR 40

TOKENS

FAZELEY. HALF-CROWN. 4.

O Arms. :

R

:

FAZELEY SILVER TOKEN MDCCCXII HALF CROWN TOKEN PAYABLE BY PEELS D. 4 HARDING & COM?! -f + .

Rarity

.

.

Somersetshire, No. 72, BRR; 70, R. Staffordshire, Nos. 1, 4, RR.


&taffort>0bire. f f t t

_*<"""', '*"'

f*

/

ffm m

s4* ..,''''

^

f>fa-3.:.-. *

',

Mi- Jfif :

W

'

*+ "

FAZELEY.

-

"

'

'J > "si '>''','

!

UtfE

SHILLING. 5.

O

Arms.

FA/ELKY OCTOBER 1811

:

7.'

SILVER

TOKEN

P. 5

ONE SHILLING

:

1*U

In copper.

ELEVEN ACORNS. 6.

Similar to

:

last,

but with fine toothed

border.

R

7.

:

ONE SHILLV Letter H

is on the fourth centre leaf to left, eleven acorns in D. 6 wreath to the left.

Similar. PAYABLE HY p. H &cV FAZELEY SILVER TOKEN I 8! OCTOBER 1811 The left corner of shield between B and L.

:

R As

D. 7

last.

:

TEN ACORNS. 8.

0: The

left

the

corner of shield

bow

is

under

of B.

With ten acorns in wreath. Figure 5 on fifth leaf at the right, also H on fourth leaf on the left. D. 8

R: Similar,

As

9.

10.

R 11.

last, in

D. 9

copper.

Corner of shield

to top of B.

:

Similar.

:

Similar, without 5 on leaf to right.

FAZELEY SILVER TOKEN 1811 PAYABLE BY PEEL? HARDING & C

0: Arms.

11:

As No.

D. 10

8.

SIXPENCE. 12.

O Arms.

FAZELEY SILVER TOKEN l8l PAYABLE BY PEEL* HARDING & c"

//

:

1

The centre limb of first K PENCE is clear of the top and bottom limbs of that letter. D. 11

6 PENCE. in

1J5.

O: As /i

:

last.

The

centre limb touches the top and

bottom limbs of

Rarity

Nos.

7, 10,

D. 12

E.

RB

;

6,

R.


85

Stafforbsbfre. STAFFORD. 14.

A

0:

TOKEN

STAFFORD

building.

TWELVE PENCE 1811.

FOR

The eaves

of the building line at the right

between E and

R

15.

Similar. The eaves line with the foot of L.

:

R The :

lion's

paw

tower. 16.

As

:

R

L.

/ C The right hand corner of tower lines between the paws of the lion. D. 13

Arms.

:

last.

Similar.

:

nearly touches the I). 14

The doorway

filled in

with

lines to the bottom.

VJ"

^~s--fz^

'</

Suffolk.

Xjari

IPSWICH. 1.

0: The Prince

of Wales' s plume, &c. 1811 IPSWICH SHILLING SILVER TOKEN H.M A ONE POUND NOTE WILL BE PAID The FOR 20 OF THESE BY W ADAMS. s of SHILLING lines with E. D. 1

7?:

2.

:

R:

As

last.

Similar.

The

line

TOKEN

under

extends from T to end of E. 3.

:

R:

As

last.

Similar.

The

with o and a

s -f-

of SHILLING lines after

ADAMS

+ D. 2

4.

0: As

R

5.

:

last.

SILVER TOKEN TO CONVENIENCE THE ARMY AND THE PUBLIC VALUE ONE D- 3 SHILLING

Anns. IPSWICH TOKEN FOR xn PENCE R: PAYABLE BY W. ADAMS 1812 H.M :

D. 4 6.

As

7.

0: As

last, in

D. 5

copper.

last.

R: PAYABLE AT CLAYTON AND HIDE'S ACCOMMODATION CHANGE 1811 D. 6 Rarity

Staffordshire, No. 16,

Suffolk, No. 3,

BBB

;

1, 2, 5, 7,

EBB.

BR

;

4,

B.


Suffolk

NEEDHAM MARKET. 8.

SILVER TOKEN STAMP OFFICE NEEDHAM 1811 H.M A ONE PODND NOTE WILL BE PAID FOR 20 OF THESE BY

()

J STEWARD + ONE SHILLING VALUE H.M ROYAL LICENCE .

.

ISSUED BY D. 7

WOODBRIDGE. EIGHTEEN PENCE. 9.

:

R

I

FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF TRADE 1811

Justice standing.

TOKEN VALUE 1 S. 6 D. HM PAYABLE AT STUDD AND MATHEWs'S WOODBBIDGE + D. 8

SILVER

.

.

As

10.

last, in

D. 9

copper.

SHILLING. 11.

0: VALUE ONE SHILLING PAYABLE AT W 8IZERS WOODBRIDGE 7? WOODBRIDGE SILVER TOKEN 1811 FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF TRADE. :

D. 11

Surrey GODALMINQ. 1.

O:

XII

11

A woolsack.

:

GODALMING * TOKEN. * 1811 PRO BONO PUBLICO * D. 1

SIXPENCE. 2.

O 11

:

:

Similar, except in size.

vi.

IX 2

Similar to last.

RIPLEY. SIXPENCE. 3.

O: /,'

:

y^ 5f

in script.

RIPLEY SJXPKNCK.

D. 8

6.

This

is

in tin.

WEYBRIDGE. 4.

O:

A

barrel,

i

BUNN & c

.

WKYBKIDGE

IRON WORKS.

R

.

ONE SHILLING TOKEN DOWGATE WHARF D. 4 LICENSED

Rarity

Suffolk, Nos. 8, 9, 11,

Surrey, Nos.

1, 2,

RRR:

4,

RB.

R.


37

Sussey. BRIGHTON. 1.

O: SILVER TOKEN

J.B PHILLIPSON CHEMIST

BRIGHTON

R

ONE SHILLING PAYABLE BY

I

SON

R. PHILLIP-

DRUGGIST CHICHESTER

.

D. 1

CHICHESTER. CROWN. 2.

O:

Two hands

R

PAYABLE

:

UNION clasped. TOKEN FIVE SHILLING' 8 MDCCCXI HY

AT

COMPER*S

Top

An

acorn

of

H and

I level.

D. 2

opposite s of COMPER'S. 8.

O As

last.

:

R

:

OR

B CHARGE'S CHICHESTER

No

Similar.

apostrophe in COMPERS

or CHARGES and no acorn opposite D. 3 s.

HALF-CROWN. 4.

:

R:

Similar, but value 2 SHILL

PAYABLE AT H!

Similar.

OR B

.

final

limb of

:

R:

The

above the

D. 4

H.

The Y

Similar. final

6.

is

last.

:

R:

COMPEB'S

CHARGE'S CHICHESTER.

top of small Y in H?

O As

& 6D

As

limb of

is

level

with the D. 5

H.

last.

Similar.

An

acorn over the E in

is the only acorn protruding from inside of wreath.

PAYABLE.

This

ONE SHILLING. 7.

O

:

Similar.

ONE SHILLING.

R: PAYABLE AT HY COMPER'S CHARGE'S CHICHESTER

Nos.

B

D- 6

top.

Rarity

OB

HY level at

3, 6,

RRR;

1, 7,

R.

2, 4, 5,

RR;


usscy.

CHICHESTER. 8.

O: Market Cross. MODATION

xii

CHICHESTER ACCOMPENCE The base

line of building /'

AT .

J. '.

CiVr

9.

O

The base

Similar.

:

near

H^i

10.

at x.

AT B & J. CAFFIN*S J. REDMAN'S w. HALSTEU'S AND c. SHIPHAM'S 1811 D. 7

Hk.LJAil'S li

commences

PAYABLE

:

As

:

commences

line

c.

D. 8

last.

O Arms.

CHICHESTER SILVER TOKEN

:

.

1811 li

11.

PAYABLE BY T DALLY & C? 1? COMMERCIAL * CHANGE * D. 9

:

.

0: As li

XII

:

last.

PENCE COMMERCIAL CHANGE. D. 10

SIXPENCE. 12.

O: Hands

in grip. six PENCE

Similar to No.

11:

13.

:

li

:

A

Similar to No.

7.

D. 11

7.

Similar to No. 10.

castle.

Similar, but 6?

D. 12

ROWFANT. 14.

O: A farmer ploughing. HENRY HUNT ROWFANT HOUSE SUSSEX Y & D On ground. li

:

ONE SHILLING ]Hll TOKEN CHANGE FOR LABOUR .

IN

.

EX-

D. 13

SHOREHAM. 15.

0:

:

A

church. PENCE

SHOREHAM TOKEN XH .

.

PAYABLE AT CLAYTON AND ACCOMMODATION CHANGE 1811 D. 14

16.

O: Similar, with an inner

circle

added. PENCE reads PENSE 7?

:

As

Rarity

last.

Nos. 9, 14, 15, 16, 10, 11, 12, 13, R.

D. 15

BR;


89

STEYNINQ. 17.

O

SIL\ ER T

TOKEN PAYABLE AT OR I CHEESMANS STEYNING SUSSEX ISSUED BY ROYAL LICENCE FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF TRADE 1811

:

SHILLING

S GATEIS

R A :

beehive

and

bees.

The

first

H M under D. 16 .

hive.

18.

0: Similar.

1

18

name

spelt

GATES'S instead of GATEIS.

X"" """""""/,

E

/3*T id J

As

:

D. 17

last.

.

fipf \'.'*

Marwicfcebire. COUNTY. O: Prince of Wales's plume. .WARWICKSHIRE AND NORTH WALES

1.

.

R: ONE SHILLING SILVER TOKEN 1811.

BEDWORTH. 2.

A

:

FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF CHANGE ISSUED OCT? 25 1811

crest.

.

.

.

R

:

AT

PAYABLE

TOKEN ONE BEDWORTH-MILL * SHILLING

D-

1

BIRMINGHAM. HALF-CROWX. 8.

:

TOKEN

BIRMINGHAM building. MDCCCXI

A

2s6o

ONB POUND NOTE FOR 8 TOKENS PAYABLE AT THE WORKD. 2 HOUSE

R: Arms.

WRIGHT'S. 4.

A Chinaman.

0:

TWO SHILLINGS AND BY EDWARD

SIXPENCE PAYABLE WRIGHT BIRMINGHAM .

R 6.

O

R

:

:

Arms. WARWICKSHIRE SILVER TOKEN POUND NOTE FOR EIGHT 1811 D. 8

As

last.

The

P in POUNDS between the limbs

of R.

Rarity

Sussex, Nos. 17, 18,

Warwickshire, Nos.

1, 3, 4, 5,

RR.

RRR

;

2,

R.


40

Marwtcfc0bire. BIRMINGHAM. SUILLIXG, 6.

1811.

O View

of a building. BIRMINGHAM TOKEN ONE SHILLING 1811. The

:

eaves of building at the left line between B and i. 1 in date over s.

^ g3SfcsN*S^/&& \&

*o/*

.<?/

Arms

of Birmingham. ONE POUND NOTE FOR 20 TOKENS PAYABLE AT THE WORKHOUSE The centre bar of shield lines to first limb of K. D. 5

Il\

vSo'017

7.

0: As

H 8.

9.

O R O

R 10.

O Ji

last.

The bar to centre of The eaves line to i.

:

:

over s and H. The bar lines over

:

D. 6

E.

The

:

:

D. 8 of B.

date to left of s. The bar lines to centre of

:

first

of E. 11.

O: As 11

:

date

D. 7

E.

As last. The bar to centre of E. The eaves line to the bow

:

1 in

1 in

limb D. 9

last.

The bar

lines to last

limb of

E.

D. 10 12.

13.

O: The eaves

line to

i.

The upright

rabbits in windows omitted. R: The bar lines to centre of E. D. 11 0: As last. H The bar lines to last limb of E. :

1).

14.

O: The eaves line between B and i. R: The bar lines to the centre of E. Struck in copper and plated.

15.

O

As last. R: Bar lines beyond the centre of The arms with ten lozenges.

12

:

E.

D. 18

16.

*

^^MT

^x;

,

,

(

n

/'

A>

'-,

*^

;

V

15

Struck in copper and plated. O: The eaves line with i. R: Shield without the bar. Struck in copper.

Rarity 14

No.

16,

/&&^

R;

14, 15,118.

D. 14


41

Marwicfcsbire. 5>*

BIRMINGHAM. 1812. 17.

:

E

Similar, but dated 1812 and without the wicket to left. The pavement longer than the wall.

The bar

:

lines to first

limb of

E.

D. 15 18.

O: As last. R Very similar

to last. The dots in shield to left different.

:

19.

O As last. R: The bar :

lines

limb of 20.

:

7^

:

slightly above first

D. 16

E.

The pavement shorter than the wall. The bar lines to first limb of E. D. 17

SfXPENCE, 21.

1811.

O: Similar, but dated 1811. The wicket

R

:

is at the left. ONE POUND NOTE FOB 40 Similar. TOKENS. The bar lines with first D. 18 limb of E.

1812. 22.

0: Similar, but dated 1812 and the

23.

R: As last. 0: As last, R: The bar

wicket omitted. D. 19

D. 20

lines to centre of E.

Wiltsbire. MARLBOROUGH. 1.

MARLBOBOUGH SHILLING 1811 OLD BANK TOKEN KING GOSLING TANNEB & GRIFFITHS D. 1 FOR NECfiffARY CHANGE Four hands joined. KING GOSLING Centre TANNER & GRIFFITHS 4-

O: ONE

R 2.

:

:

.

.

of cuff lines to

o.

1811 OLD BANK 4-

R: ONE SHILLING TOKEN BOBOUGH 3.

.

MABLD. 2

The centre of cuff lines to s. D 3 As last. 0: As last. R: Similar, with a circular inscription :

R 4.

4-

:

ONE

SHILLING out date. .

+ TOKEN

4-

WlthD. 4

Warwickshire, No. 18, RRR 17, 19, 20, 21, R. Wiltshire, Nos. 1, 4, RR 2, 3, R.

Rarity

:

;


42

rautebtre.

MARLBOROUGH. SIXPENCE, 5.

(>

:

11

:

Similar, excepting size.

MARLBOROUGH

SIXPENCE TOKKN 1811

OLD

BANK

.

D. 5

STAVERTON. HALF-CROWN. 6.

View of

STAVERTON FACTORY Mills. NEAR BRADFORD WILTSHIRE

:

.

D

8

li

2 6 1811

:

.

.

.

PROSPERITY TO THE WOOLv" D. 6

OTovcestersbire.

COUNTY AND

CITY.

Arms. WORCESTER COUNTY AND CITY TOKEN *

:

R:

VALUE ONE SHILL TRADE 1811

TO FACILITATE D. 1

:

JJJorfcsbire.

COUNTY. 1.

O:

A

fleece

suspended.

FOR

PUBLIC

ACCOMMODATION

R

:

VALUE ONE SHILLING YORKSHIRE WliST D. 1 RIDING TOKEN 1811

BARNSLEY. 2.

O: Arms of Leeds. BARNSLEY 7i:

.

WILLIAM HORSFALL

.

ONE seated on a bale. SHILLING SILVER TOKEN 1812.

Female

D. 2

BRADFORD. 8.

O

:

Arms and

crest.

JAMES LAYCOCK

.

.

BRADFORD

R

:

ONE Justice standing. SILVER TOKEN 1812

SHILLING D. 8

BRIDLINGTON. 4.

O: BBB BRIDLINGTON 1811. li

:

COOK & D. 4

ONE SHILLING SILVER TOKEN HARWOOD

Rarity

Wiltshire, No. 6,

Yorkshire, No.

2,

RRR RR.

;

5,

B.


8>orh6bire.

^N v^--

<>^

&

BRIDLINGTON. 5.

-

-.

,

_

W=

B

O:

on a shield. COOK & HARWOOD 1812 R: TWELVE PENNY incused on large BRIDLINGTON SILVER figures 12. TOKEN D. 5

6.

jf

Arms, a ship between, B B B BHIDLINGTON QUAY 1811 ONE SHILLING SILVER TOKEN. JAMES STEPHENSON + + D. 6

:

R

:

.

.

.

DONCASTER. 7.

The

:

7?

8.

Otho de DONCASTER

cross of

SHAW

.

ONE Justice standing. SILVER TOKEN 1812

:

A

0:

SHILLING D. 7

lion holding a standard.

MIRFIN

& PARKER DONCASTER Female seated on a bale with Y & D under. The D is over first 1 in H on bale* ONE SHILLING date. .

.

7?

BIRKIN-

Tilli.

.

:

D. 8

SILVER TOKEN 1812 9.

0: As

R:

10.

:

R:

last.

The D is over the second Similar. 1 in date, and the H on bale D. 9 omitted. As

last.

Similar.

tween

1

The D and 2

is

over space be-

D. 10

in date.

SIXPENCE. 11.

:

R:

Similar to the last. Similar, but without the sword. PENCE SILVER TOKEN 1812 .

SIX.

D. 11

HULL.

EIGHTEEN PENCE. 12.

Six berries in HULL 1811 the right and four in the left The tooth of border does wreath. not touch the second limb of u. s 6 D within sprays of rose leaves. 1 D. 12 RUDSTON AND PRESTON.

O: Arms.

R:

.

^0^'-, sir^ -

,

:

-.

18.

0: Similar, but a tooth of the border touches the second limb of u.

The

/,

first

of berry to right clear

leaf.

R

:

Similar to

Rarity

last.

No. 12,

BB;

9, 10, 13,

B.


HULL. tu

; r; L-.

14.

O: Five berries on each

side,

>>

15.

D. 14

Similar.

.ft:

0: Five

and four

berries to right

to

left.

R: Similar. 16.

O: Six

D. 15

berries

to

and

right

five

to

left.

It

:

D. 16

Similar.

SIXPENCE. '

0t''^ Ma

v^b^-

-

17.

^^#J^ ^ 3

<*

tj

-

O: Similar except

R

:

in size.

6? RUDSTON AND PRESTON

D. 17

.

t%?. ^^_o LEEDS

;-^-->/

X/.^iB^

SHILLING, Nose and 18.

1811.

legs of fleece nearly

on one

0: Arms. JOHN SMALPAOE & LEEDS .

line.

s.

LTJMB

.

A sword on the seated. ground with Y & D above it. ONE SHILLING SILVER TOKEN 1811 The point of sword between Y and &. Hilt touches and reaches end of D. 20 bale.

R: A female

19.

O

:

As

last.

R: The point

of

sword under &.

Hilt

touches but does not reach end of D. 28 bale.

Two rows 20.

O: Similar,

of dots under stars.

Two

rows of dots under

stars.

R 21.

:

D nearly touches sword.

Hilt below D. 28 the bale, with grass over.

O: As

last.

R: D nearly touches sword. Hilt touches end of bale. 22.

O: As

R Rarity

:

last.

D between dress and sword. touches end of bale. Nos. 18, 19, 20, 21,

BRR

;

22,

Hilt

D

24

RR.


45

LEEDS. Hind legs on

23.

line

below nose and forelegs.

One row of dots under stars. O The point of centre star close :

to top

of shield.

Line of sea above

E. D. 18 Point of star further from top of

shield.

Line of sea sword.

to E. D nearly touches Hilt does not reach end

D. 19

of bale.

As last. Y & D closer

to dress.

Point of sword under

Two rows

of dots under stars.

O Double row :

R

:

Nose on

of dots under stars.

D nearly touches sword.

Hilt below D. 22 the bale, with grass over.

line,

legs

27.

Y double YY. Y. D. 25

fore legs line below, and hind line under fore legs.

on

O Nose on :

line,

hind legs two lines

below.

Point of sword between Y and &. D. 21 Hilt touches end of bale

As

last.

Point of sword under Y. not reach end of bale.

As

Hilt does

last.

D nearly touches sword. Point under Y. Hilt not to end of bale. D. 26

As

last.

D nearly touches sword. Point beyond Hilt not to end of bale. D. 27 Y. 1812.

Similar to No. 18. Similar, but dated 1812.

D. 20 Arms. No legend. ONE SHILLING SILVER TOKEN PAYABLE AT THE LEEDS WOBKHOUSE 1812 1). 30 .

.

SIXPENCE. Similar, except size and value. SIX-PENCE SILVER TOKEN 1812 D. 81

Rarity

Nos. 28, 29,

ERR;

25,

BR; 26,27,R.


4G

fforftebire.

SCARBOROUGH. SHILLING. 84.

O Arms :

It:

of Scarborough. ONE SHILLING 8ILVKR TOKEN 1811 LORD & MARSHALL SCARBOROUGH * D. 82 -::-

85.

O

:

II:

Similar arms, but within a garter. THE CURRKNT VALUE IN CASH NOTES. Similar to last, dated 1812. D. 88

SIXPENCE. 86.

36

O R

:

:

Similar to last. Similar, but six PENCE.

As

ttis.

last, in

D. 84

copper.

SHEFFIELD.

HALF -A- GUINEA. 37.

O

:

A

Phrenix.

YOUNGE

.

YOUNGE, SHEFFIELD

&

D

S

E

WILSONS

.

STANDARD GOLD 10 TOKEN 1812

.

6

YORKSHIKK I). 85

HALF-CROWN. 88.

O: Arms of Sheffield. YOUNGE & DEAKIN SHEFFIELD

R

:

Female

.

.

seated.

TWO SHILLINGS &

PENCE SILVER TOKEN 1812 D. 86 As last, but in copper. SIX

89.

EIGHTEEN PENCE. 40.

:

s & c YOUNGE & c? SHEFFIELD ONE SHILLING & SIXPENCE Similar. TOKEN 1812. D. 87 As last, but in copper. D. 88

Similar.

.

.

It

:

41.

SHILLING, Flat tops to 42.

Is

1811. in

date.

O: Similar, but without the wreath. YOUNGE DEAKIN SHEFFIELD The first arrow points to inner <fc

.

.

edge of second limb of H. point of arrow to right

beyond the wing. of sword below the

R: Hilt

Top lines

bale,

grass over. 48.

O As :

R:

with D. 89

last.

Hilt of sword touches end of bale.

Rarity

No. 40,

RRR

;

88, 42, 43, R.

87,

RR

;


Porkabire. SHEFFIELD. 44.

45.

0: The & has a flat top. Zf: Point of sword under 0: As last. 7?:

46.

47.

Point of sword beyond touches end of bale.

0: As last. H: Y double YY. 0: As last. A':

D. 40

Y.

The

y.

Point of sword under Y.

Point of sword beyond Y. The hilt below the bale, with grass over.

48.

0: The & as

49.

0: As

usual. Top point* of arrow to right lines within the wing. It: Point of sword to edge of ground.

Hilt touches end of bale.

/?:

50.

hilt

Point of sword under

0: As li:

D. 41

last. Y.

last.

The Y

closer to edge of sword. Hilt bale, but no grass over.

below 51. s

/-/

*.

~

.

-

.'/

r

*\

/^ "'"

^

>* * / f ^ -'!**

/f-V'

/y

/^

:<<

;

13 '

'

>

\f

'-

-',

vi

of

& broken.

Sixth arrow

to centre of first limb of E.

A- \

--, /--^

0: The top /?:

Y double YY.

Point of sword under

Y.

\

+ o

52.

0: As 72:

---/

last.

Point of sword under &.

53.

0: The

54.

0: As last. K: Point of sword between Y and

55.

0: As last. of sword beyond the /.': Point

first arrow points to centre of second limb of H.

j: ft:

As

last.

&.

Y.

Pointed tops to 1's in date. 56.

0: As

last.

The

H:

date with pointed tops to

D nearly touches sword. 57.

0: As 7,':

last.

Point of sword under Y. bale, with grass over.

Rarity 51, 54,

1's.

D. 42

Nos. 46, 47, 55, 57,

RR

;

Hilt below

RRR

45, 50, ; 44, 48, 49, 52, 53, 56, R.


48

SHEFFIELD. 68.

O

R 69.

The second arrow

:

:

O: As /.'

points to outer

limb of E. D close to sword. H on the ground to right. D. 48 edge of

:

first

last.

Similar.

The H nearly touches

hilt

of sword. 60.

:

72

:

The

first arrow points to inner edge of second limb of H. Point of sword under Y. Hilt below

bale, with grass over.

61.

sixth arrow points to centre of E. Top of right arrow inside the line of wing.

R: As 62.

D. 44

The

O:

D. 45

last.

O li:

Point of sword between Y and &. No grass over hilt. D. 46

1812. 68.

O: Similar. li

64.

:

:

Similar, but dated 1812. Tops of 1's are flat. D. 47 Arms in a wreath, s & c YOUNGE & C? SHEFFIELD B'emale seated. Four blades of grass at end of sword. D. 48 .

.

R

:

As

.

last.

Similar.

end 11

:

Three blades of grass

As last. As No. 64, but

at

D. 49

of sword.

letters scolloped.

D. 50 This

I

think

is

the

same as No,

64.

Overseers of the Poor.

0: Arms as

R

R

*

:

:

before, but without the wreath. SHEFFIELD 1811 ONE SHILLING TOKEN OVERSEERS OF THE POOB. D. 61 Similar. Wider space in centre between the fourth and fifth arrow heads.

As

Rarity

last.

Nos. 62, 68,

RRR

61, 64, 66, 68, R.

;

59,

RR

;


49

Ij)orfc3bire.

SHEFFIELD. 69.

O The :

/?

70.

:

O A'

third arrow points in front of 1. top of G lines with the inside of the first limb of P. D. 52 The third arrow points to 1. The top of G lines with outer edge

The

of P.

71.

O: Similar

R As :

72.

to

The

last.

fourth

and

arrow heads closer together.

fifth last.

O: Similar, but without the tween the arrow heads. li: As No. 69.

pellet be-

D. 53

SIXPENCE. :

Arms.

YOUNGE & DEAKIN SHEFFIELD .

R: Figure

seated.

SIX-PENCE

TOKEN 1811

;

**3%$

'''*

-,/

.

SILVER D. 54

THIRSK. SHILLING.

n

-___

74.

O: Arms.

H

:

THIRSK 1812 THIRSK ASSOCIATION D. 55 ONE SHILLING This also occurs counterniarked SCURR THIRSK D. 49

TOKEN

SJLVER

WHITBY. 75.

0: Arms of \Vhitby Abbey. WHITBY ASSOCIATION 1811 R SILVER TOKEN ONE SHILLING A quatrefoil inscribed Y and D under .

.

:

D. 56

SHILLING.

YORK. Y on second 76.

leaf.

Third berry no stem.

O: Arms. YORK 1811 Y on second leaf, and the third berry is without a stem.

R 77.

:

:

ONE SHILLING CATTLE AND BARBER SILVER TOKEN Top of B HllCS to D. 57 the top of s.

As

last.

B lines with the bottom of s. Centre of rose under last limb O. 64 of H.

H: The

78.

:

R

78

:

Similar to

last.

B lines between s and i. of rose between H and Struck in copper.

Rarity

No. 70,

RRR

69, 74, R.

;

The

71,

centre

D. 66

i.

RR

;


50

Jl?orh5hirc.

YORK. The 79.

O

:

a stem.

third berry with

The

Similar.

third

berry

bus

a

stem. 11

80.

:

D. 68

76.

last.

:

As No. 77. O: The date

li

81.

As No.

O As

D. 65

:

closer

branches.

to

further to right of

H

:

B lines between s and of rose

Y on second 82.

:

7^

:

leaf.

84.

:

:

D. 68

Olive branch has only three Imrries.

bottom of

first leaf

is

over

Very similar

s.

D. 67

leaf.

and

B lines to top of

O: The Y 7?

The centre i.

Three berries on branch.

B lines with

O: Y on 11

i.

between H and

Y on first 83.

Y

1.

to the right of

1.

D. 60

s.

1.

D. 62

to last.

Y omitted from branch. 85.

0: The 8 in date not joined

H

:

B lines to top of

in the centre. ]). oi)

s.

Struck in copper. 86.

O

:

The

line of cross

and third

H

:

berry.

H lines to the top of

Rarity

/O CAT'I"Ij3

between the second

s.

Nos. 79, 81, 82, R.

I).

61


51

YORK. With ornaments at sides of

O With :

cross tinted.

shield.

Eight berries in

wreath.

R The bottom of B lines to the terminal :

of

The

s.

first

centre of rose under

limb of

D. 68

H.

Cross not tinted 88.

:

A

period after YORK.

Nine berries

in wreath.

R 89.

:

R 90.

:

:

O 11

As As

D. 69

last. last.

Rose under space between H and i. As last. Period after E further from G. Period after N close to the lower edge.

91.

O As :

last.

R The

B lines to i. The centre of rose to space between H and i. D. 70

:

92.

O

R

:

As

:

Similar to

last. last,

but the rose in ornaas No. 90.

ment same shape

SIXPENCE. 93.

Similar to the shillings. The stem of pahn is over the 1 of date. R: six PENCE SILVER TOKEN The top D. 71 of B lines to centre of s. :

94.

R

:

As

:

The

last.

top of B lines to bottom of

s.

D. 72

O

R 96.

O

R

:

:

:

The stem between 1 and 8 of date. D. 73 As last. As last. The top of B lines to centre of s. D. 74

Rarity 96

No. 90,

ERR

89, 92, 88, 91, 93, 95, R. ;

RR

;


rcchnocftslmc. BRECKNOCK. 1.

O

:

BRECKNOCK SILVER TOKEN FOV. PENCE The T is over the

Arms.

xn

centre of the robe. //

:

FOR ALL PARTS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM PAYABLE AT GEORGE NORTHS GENERAL

WAGGON WAREHOUSE The below the A in WAGGON 2.

:

11

:

HllCS

8

L>.

1

The T and o are over the Similar. centre of robe. The

s

touches the A in WAGGON D. 2

Carmartbcnebirc. CARMARTHEN. 1.

O:

MORRIS & SONS There are berries in the branch to

Crest.

three right.

H 2.

:

CARMARTHEN TOKEN

With

O: Similar.

four berries.

of MOHRIS further li:

8.

The spray

closer to

O CARMARTHEN BANK :

II

:

XII

PENCE 181 1 D. 1

XII

I).

2

1811.

FOR TWELVE PENCE ROBERT WATERS & ROBERT WATERS + D. H .

jf

.

lintsbire.

Arms.

1.

The M

from spray. p and K.

FLINTSHIRE BANK AUGUST 12

.

1811

<&

/

/'

<?>

v^

'

.

r

t$

r

\

^

i

bA>rji^^s>r

*>

\o. r/f/z'/o.'j

~y

i

--si* '

~x<^-'

BANK TOKEN 7 O N it O FLINTSHIRE ONE SHILLING The top of / tloes not extend beyond the K in BANK.

-

^

^^ ~?

*/

/'

^^

2.

O As

4.

The G closer to N. O As last. The top of 1 beyond // O: As last.

K^r^

11

V

i^Airj: TDJiEir

\ /,': \

the K.

a

Similar, but the / O .S ,t- O omitted. The end of lower knot lines with D. 3 centre of G.

Brecknock, No. 2, Carmarthen, No. 2, RRR ;

^' \%r

J).

:

Rarity :

1

:

:

/-' *L22^

I).

last.

Flintshire, Nos.

1, 2,

RR

;

RRR. 3,

R.

4,

R.


53

ntsbire. :,,

ruA>:'j:

"* TOJISNI 5.

O

:

11

:

As

last.

The end

of knot lines

between G and D. 4

N.

SIXPENCE. 6.

O: Arms and a similar legend as shilling. 11:

7.

Similar, but value

0: Similar 7i

:

No.

to

SIXPENCE

D. 5

4.

D. 6

Similar, but value SIXPENCE.

(Blamorflanebire. MERTHYR TYDVIL. \.

O:

A foundry with six windows.

Corner

of elevator cut off by circle. 11

:

^^s^~ if tf

#> J%ftjj

2.

:

ONE SHILLING TOKEN MERTHYR 5 TH SEP 1811 The top of 1's slope. D. 1

.

Corner of elevator not cut

Similar.

v

off.

R

ill

:

4.

5.

O: R:

O

:

7^: 6.

T

and N closer

As

3.

R

:

D. 2

Similar.

Similar, the top of l*s in date are D. 3 flat.

The

laurel wreath omitted.

As No.

O As :

to circle.

last, in copper.

No.

D. 4

1. 2.

WALES AND BRISTOL

MERTHYR

The smoke from

O: Similar.

R

:

H

.

SEP

D. 5

1811 7.

5T

centre

chimney meets the smoke from the one on the left. The letters of legend larger. The w D. 6

below M.

Rarity Merthyr, Nos.

Flintshire, No. 2, 5, 7, 1,

R.

RRR

;

6,

R.

4, 6,

RR

;


54

Glamorganshire.

MERTHYR

itc

8.

O: The

Prince

MERTHYR

TYDVIL. Wales'

of

plumes.

TOKEN

SILVER

FOR 12

TO FACILITATE TRADE

PENCE

The

CHANGE BEING HCARCK 1811 top of I's are It

:

flat.

MORG* LEWIS

BY

DAVID

MERTHYR

THESE

OF

O: The tops of I's slope. of The Y is under

It

SILVER

D. 7

20.

20,

:

.

NOTE

POUND

A

BY under

TOKENS ... 9.

W* WILLIAMS

TIDVIL

GIVEN FOR 20

MORGAN

MORG!!.

WILLIAMS

and seven

blades in the palm instead of eight. D. 8

NEATH. 10.

0:

A

tower; flag-posts at the sides; HH on the ground. PAYABLE AT H .

REES'S

& D

.

flag-post at the left has It:

12 PENCE 1811

The 11.

:

The

O One :

tops of I's in date

:

flat.

H H on the ground.

;

Similar to No. 10. first

1 of

limb of

date directly

D. 10

E.

O: Similar. It:

16.

D. 9

stay at the flag-post to the left

under

14.

stays.

NEATH SILVER TOKEN

tops of I's pointed.

and right It

18.

two

first

O: Similar, but no HH on the ground. It

12.

The

MORGAN'S

Without the inner

D. 11

circle.

0: The roof of building L and E.

lines

between

R: As last. D. 12 With flag-posts and H H on the ground, so WALES & NEATH SILVER :

.

MEDAL It

:

-.-

12 MARCH 1811

NEATH SILVER MEDAL. D. 18

Merthyr, No. 9, Neath, Nos. 11, 15, RRR 10, 14, R.

ERR;

Rarity

;

8,

12, 13,

R.

RR

;


$lamorgan0bire. NEATH. SIXPENCE. 16.

Similar to No. 10. PAYABLE AT H REES'S & D MORGAN'S HU on the ground. 7t SIX PENCK NEATH SILVER TOKEN D. 14 0: As No. 15. U: 12 MARCH 1811 D. 15 Struck on small flan in brass from same dies as No. 15. :

.

:

17.

SWANSEA. 18.

O Swansea :

7?

castle.

A

flagstaff

on each

tower, and houses at the sides. PAYABLE AT 8 PADLEYS & I ANDREWS 8 SWANSEA SILVER TOKEN FOB XII

:

.

.

PENCE 19.

D. 16 tower has a weather vane, and is without the houses at the sides. SWANSEA TOKEN FOR XII PENCE MDCCCXI ." PAYABLE BY JOHN voss key. D. 17 DRAPER & C

The

0: Similar.

tall

.

7?:

A

.

flbontgotnergebire.

WELSHPOOL. 1.

O: 1813 MONTGOMERYSHIRE ONE SHILLING 7i

:

R

.

GRIFFITHS CORNEK SHOP W POOL ONE POUND NOTE FOR 20 TOKENS D. 1 .

Pembrokeshire. HAVERFORDWEST. 1.

O A :

71

:

HAVERFORD WEST SILVER castle. TOKEN FOR 12 PENCE 1811 ....no--.. PAYABLE AT MESS^ THOMAS & PHILLIPS W DAVID JARDINE JOHN LLOYD & J. PHILLIPS ONE POUND NOTE FOR D. 1 20 TOKENS (fe

IRELAND. Co.

3)

ub

I

in.

DUBLIN. rj OitZ

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i'y

A

female seated. Ex: The count? rmark, a harp crowned. R FOR ONE BRITISH SHILLING 1804 A SOLD BY CLARK WEST AND C D. 1 countermark above FOR 0:and/?: As last, but without the D- 2 countermarks.

O:

\

''

2.

2 Bin.

As

last, in

copper.

Rarity -Swansea, Nos. 18, 19, R. WelshHaverfordwest, No. 1, R. pool, No. 1, RLi. Dublin. No.

2,

RRR

;

1,

RR.


66

Co.

Dublin.

DUBLIN. 8.

O

:

Word COMMERCE

Similar.

above the

seated figure.

R 4.

O

:

:

With date

A

D. 8

omitted.

CONFIDENCE AUG-

figure seated.

MENTS THE VALUE /

R: FOR ONE SOLD

.

B Co

BRITISH SHILLING

THE

BY

Without the

5.

6.

0: As

R:

.

BULLION

IRISH

Hall marks on either o lines with

D2 16o 8 C

The

side.

D. 4

B.

D. 5

hall marks.

last.

Similar, but the D and a* omitted.

The o

lines to space

between B Y D. 6

7. 8.

:

As

last, in

An

altar, &c.

R: A female KING 9.

:

R:

As

copper.

PUBLIC HAPPINESS 1804

HEALTH TO THE

figure.

PROBONO PUBLICO

last.

Similar.

Word KING in larger letters.

PRO BONO PUBLICO

"Wot

.

:

R

:

A

D. 8

XocaL

THREE SHILLINGS 1

D. 7

d FOURPENCE.

beehive.

THREE SHILLINGS & FOUR

4-

PENCE. D.

4, 5. 6, RR. Rarity No. 8, RBR Not Local, No. 1, RRR. ;

1


IRot

57

local.

THREE SHILLINGS. 2.

A

:

fleece

suspended.

SHIPS COLONIES

& COMMERCE 1811 Prince of Wales' feathers.

It:

SHILLING TOKEN

As

8.

4.

last, in

D. 2 D. 3

copper.

Prince of Wales' feathers.

:

THREE

LONG LIVE

THE PRINCE

R

The star and garter.

:

REGENCY TOKEN

D. 4

As

5.

last, in

D. 5

copper.

HALF-CROWN. 6.

Prince of Wales' feathers.

:

R: R

s

EIGHTEEN PENCE. 7.

O

Similar to No.

:

R

:

2.

ONE SHILLING & SIXPENCE

D. 6

SHILLING. 8.

O:

beehive.

A.

TION

R A :

9.

female seated.

O As :

FOR USE AND ACCOMMODA-

BRITANNIA

last.

R: The

olive

branch

ground under 10.

D. 7

12 PENNY TOKEN

different,

also

shield.

0: ONE SHILLING SILVER TOKEN 1811 11

:

Female

Rarity

seated.

Nos. 2,

BRITANNIA.

4, 7, 8, 9,

BR

;

W

D. 8

10, R.


5K

mot local.

11.

O: Female //

12.

seated.

BRITANNIA

ONK SHILLING SILVKR TOKEN iHll

:

O: As

last.

G of SHILLING nearer the

Similar.

/.':

acorn. 18.

O

ONE SHILLING

:

/'

ONK SHILLING

:

SIXPENCE. 14.

O

:

Head.

R The :

~

e

4f

"2*

.-"

-?

-

*

COMMERCIAL

T.OK.EN

.

rose and shamrock.

7

/>'

PENCE 1811

/

SIX-

*

15.

O: A

fleece

D. 9

suspended.

1811 FOR PUBLIC

ACCOMMODATION * Jt

'.

16. 17.

O

:

SILVER TOKEN SIX PENCE

D. 10

As

D. 11

last, in

A

copper.

1812

beehive.

FOR USE &

AC-

COMODATION 6 PENNY TOKEN //

:

Female seated, as No.

10,

but without D. 12

a period after BRITANNIA 18.

()

:

A

6 inscribed.

large

six

PKXNY

TOKEN

19.

/,':

As

last.

O

As

last.

:

/.'

:

The top the

20.

i

D. 18

leaves of branch are between

and

O: A crescent and PUBLICO //

It)

21.

:

SIX

PENCK

As

last, in

Rarity

.

.

D. 14

T.

PRO

sUvi-s.

HOM>

1812. SILVEK TOKEN

.

D. 16

copper.

Nos. 11, 12, 13,

P. !>

KKU.


59

Channel Sslan&s.

GUERNSEY. E SHILLINGS. O Arms of Jersey. BISHOP r

im^fm

DE

:

JERSEY & C9 BANK. OF GUERNSEY 1809 TOKEN OF FIVE SHILLINGS D. i

't:

States of 3er0ep.

THREE SHILLINGS. 2.

Arms

:

as

last.

STATES OF JERSEY.

1818 THREE SHILLINGS TOKEN

D. 2

EIGHTEEN PENCE. 8.

As

:

It

last,

except size.

EIGHTEEN PENCE TOKEN

:

Gbe

D. 3

3ele of flDan.

DOUGLAS. FIVE SHILLINGS. View of castle. OF MAN

PEEL CASTLE ISLE

THE DOUGLAS BANK C? * AT THEIR BANK, DOUGLAS * PROMISE TO PAY THE BEARER ON DEMAND 5 SHILLINGS BRITISH 1811 D. 1

TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE. 2,

:

:

As

last,

except

size.

THE DOUGLAS BANK C9 * AT THEIR BANK, DOUGLAS * PROMISE TO PAY 6D THE BEARER ON DEMAND 2 S The first 1 in date BRITISH 1811 over space between B and A. D. 2 .

:

:

:

;

:

:

As As

last, in

D. 3

copper.

last.

The 1 Similar. limb of B. As last, in copper. View

is

over the

first

D. 4 D. 5

of castle.

DOUGLAS BANK TOKEN ONE SHILLING D. 6 BRITISH 1811

As

last.

s

ASH

.

D. 7

Struck in copper.

These are

all of

great rarity.


INDEX. All places and names are recorded.

Alforti

Andovcr Attleborough

Barnslcy Barnstaple

Bath

Bed worth Bilston

Birmingham Blandford Bradford Bret-knock

Bridlington

Brighton Bristol

Carmarthen

Chard

Cheltenham Chichestcr

Cornwall

Daw ley Derby Devon Diss

Doncaster Dorchester

Douglas Dublin

Epworth Exeter

15

The

figures refer to the page.


01

INDEX 2

Nantwich Neath

Needham Market Newark Newcastle-on-Tyne I.

Newport,

of

W.

Norfolk

North Lopham

Not Local

Penzance Peterborough

Plymouth Poole Portsea

Portsmouth Poulton

Reading Bipley

Eomsey Kowfant

Scarborough Shaftesbury Shaston Bank Sheffield

Adams, W. Andrews, Ash,

I.

S.

Avenell

Ac

W.

Ballans, Bastin,

Simmonds

...

W.

Beck, L. Best,

W.

B.

...

Bewick Colliery Bird, E.

Birkinshaw Bishop de Jersey Bluett, J.

Blyth

&

Co.

...

&.

Co.

CoittfrnW


62

INDEX Citing, T.

Continued.


68

INDEX Niblock

Latham

ifc

30, 32

H.

Nicols,

North, G. Nott, M.

Orchard,

P.

I.

&

H.

Co.

Parson

&

Pearse,

W. &

Peels,

...

S.

Padley,

W.

Son,

G.

Harding & Co.

Phillips,

W. &

J.

Phillipson, J. B.

Phipps. J. Porter, S.

Prockter, J.

Ratcliffe, S.

Rawson,

W. & & W.

I.

Read, T.

W. Redman, J. Readett,

I.

...

Rees, H.

Reynolds, F. R. J.

Robertson,

...

Rose, P.

Rowe, W. F. ... Rudston & Preston

Rushbury k Woolley Ryall,

W.

Sandars,

S.

Saunders & Butt Scott-Ti ten field

Scurr

Shephard, Watts Sheppard,

W.

Shipham,

C.

Sinkins, Mrs.

...

...

k

Co.

Continued.

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