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INTRODUCTION. NOTES ON THE TOKENS OF THIS SECTION.

H E Scotch tokens are remarkable as including some very well designed and executed specimens; also some, extremely plain and uninteresting, particularly the retailers' and traders' Farthings. ... f. Z l °n Century—which have been included by reason of their close association with the 18th Century s e r i e s - a r e chiefly leaden, and as a result, in poor condition; the wonder is, that such were ever accepted as currency, they being so liable to be counterfeited. Those aving the reference letter " D , " have been described in the work on the "Token Coinage of the 19th Century," hy W. J. Davis. James Wright, Junr., of Perth, was the designer of the Dundee Shillings, the Dundee Penny, and the following Halfpenny t o k e n s i s s u e d by Alex. Molison, John Pilmer, Alex. Swap & Co.; the Dudhope Castle; the four varieties of tokens issued by John Steele, of Forfar; the three varieties of those issued by Anderson, Leslie & Co., of Edinburgh; the "Register Office" tokens; tokens issued by John Ferrier, and the Private token; also the three varieties of the Perth. It will be remembered that he wrote " Observations on Coins," being an Introduction to the Virtuoso's Companion. He also wrote the Preface to Conder's Work on Tokens, but died before it was published. R. Boog, Junr., designed a number of penny size tokens; being private ones for gifts to friends, etc. The Aberdeen token, though described in Atkins' as a " Rare Private token," is one by Denton, for sale to Collectors. Of the Dundee Shilling in silver and copper, only a few proofs were struck. Of the Dundee Penny, 5 cwt. were struck for T. Webster, Junr. die-sinker, Kempson the manufacturer.

Willets was the

The rare Private token, having on the obverse a portrait of Admiral Lord Duncan, was esigned by Wright. The only apparent connection between the design of the obverse and reverse, is, that an increased population would tend to provide men for the navy. ( i )


Of the common variety of the Brechin token, 3 cwt. were struck. Willets was the diesinker, Kempson the manufacturer. Of the Dundee Halfpenny issued by Molison, Wyon was the die-sinker, Kempson the manufacturer.

5 cwt. were struck.

The tokens of W. Croom are from dies by Ponthon, of Birmingham. was the manufacturer.

Matthew Boulton

There are four varieties.

Of the tokens representing the Dundee Infirmary, 10 cwt. were struck. die-sinker, Kempson the manufacturer. The name of issuer is not stated.

Wyon was the

John Pilmer, a grocer, issued 10 cwt. of tokens. Wyon was the die-sinker, Kempson the manufacturer. Of those having a view of Dudhope Castle, 1 ton were struck. Wyon was the die-sinker, Kempson the manufacturer. No name of issuer is given, but the writer of the " Bazaar Notes" suggests that J. Wright, Junr., was the issuer. Alexander Swap & Co. issued 5 cwt. of tokens.

Wyon was the die-sinker, Kempson the

manufacturer; from a design by J. Wright, Junr. John Steele, of Forfar, issued 5 cwt. of tokens. the manufacturer.

Willets was the die-sinker, Kempson

It will be noticed that the tokens which J . Wright, Junr., designed were

issued in 1796 or 1797. J. Bissett & Son, of Montrose, issued tokens for one halfpenny; the first issue was on too small flans, hence only a small number were struck.

Davies was the die-sinker, Good the

manufacturer. Andrew Nicol, tobacconist, issued 10 cwt. of tokens; these are of very late date.

Willets

was the die-sinker, Kempson the manufacturer. The Dundee Farthings, dated 179G and 1797, were designed by Wright. 1 cwt. in all, were struck. Wyon was the die-sinker, Kempson the manufacturer.

Only about

There is no statement as to the issuer of the Farthing tokens of Dundee, on which a sentinel appears. Willets was the die-sinker, Kempson the manufacturer. 1 cwt. were struck. T Gorton of London, was the issuer of the Penny token of Argyle House. The die broke, and only three specimens are stated to have been struck. With the same reverse die, another token was struck, the obverse being a view of Inverary Castle. Both were made for sale to Collectors. Milton was both die-sinker and manufacturer of the 576 tokens lor Colonel 1' ullerton.

( ")


Two years later, there was the issue bearing the portrait of the Prince of Wales. Dies were engraved for a half-crown, shilling, and sixpence ; but as the design of the reverse was somewhat similar to that of the regal shilling and sixpence, Sir Joseph Banks gave it as his opinion that they could not be legally circulated, despite the statement that the permission of the Prince Regent had been obtained. Hence, except for a few impressions on thin flans, from the shilling dies, impressions from the others were not taken till at a later period, when they came into the possession of Matthew Young, when specimens were struck in silver, white-metal, and copper-bronzed; also in gold, from the dies for the sixpence. The reverse die of Swainson token was used with the obverse die of Fullerton Shilling to make the mule. Obverse and reverse both show traces of die corrosion. Only a few proofs were struck of the small tokens bearing the portrait of Adam Smith. It is difficult to decide what sentiment the design of the reverse is intended to convey. The Kirkcaldy Penny tokens may be regarded as Private tokens—that is, struck for the designer, R. Boog, Junr., as gifts to friends, or for exchange. Wyon was the die-sinker, Ivempson the manufacturer. Boog was also the designer of the two Paisley Pennies, both of which are very fine specimens of the die-sinker's art; these also are Private tokens, and very rare. The Burntisland Vitriol Company issued 3 cwt. of tokens, from dies by Dixon. Lutwyche was the manufacturer. The tokens of Mackintosh, Inglis & Wilson call for little comment except in reference to the motto on the stone, viz.: CLACH NA CUDDEN. The writer of the " Bazaar Notes " states that this stone was formerly in the middle of the street, at the foot of the town cross. The inhabitants when fetching water from the river Ness, used wooden buckets, known as "stoups"; a " s t o u p " being known as a " c u d d e n " ; the stone, as "clach"; and as the stone was used as a resting place for the "stoups," it was known as " clach-na-cudden"—the stone of the "stoup," or " water-tub." The Lock Leven Penny is from dies by Wyon, and was manufactured by Kempson for sale to Collectors. Unfortunately there is no connection between the " antient Scottish washing" and the historical ruin where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned. Of the Gatehouse tokens, 30 cwt. were struck from dies by Davies ; Waring being the manufacturer. The Glasgow Penny is an impression from the halfpenny dies on a large flan. The design of both obverse and reverse call for some comment. The arms of Glasgow are very ancient, and are attributed to St. Kentigern, who is said to have founded a small religious establishment on the banks of a tributary of the Clyde, where the City now stands, and that he hung a bell upon a tree near by, to call the worshippers. ( iii )


Now as to the "fish" and the " r i n g " : This refers to a certain queen who, tradition states, carried on an intrigue with a soldier, and gave to him a ring which she had received from the king. This ring was afterwards taken from the soldier while he slept, and, by the king was thrown into the Clyde, who later demanded its production by the queen; she, in her difficulty consulted the Saint, who had a newly caught fish brought, in which was found the ring, and thereby the king's suspicions were allayed. But there appears a bird perched on a branch of the tree, to which no reference is made in the foregoing note. Another version is given in a manuscript note by the late Rev. W. R. Hay, M.A., vicar of Rochdale : " The arms of Glasgow are—a tree in full leaf, a bird at the top of it, a bell hanging from the tree, and a salmon with a ring in its mouth. The story: A man promised marriage to a servant cook, and after having bought the wedding ring, refused to marry her. On her upbraiding him, he threw the ring over the bridge into the Clyde, and promised that if she found and brought it to him he would marry her. Some time after, in gutting a salmon for dinner, she found the ring in i t ; on which she claimed the promise, and her lover married her." " The tree is the woman ready to be married ; the bird at the top, her lover who would not come down ; the bell, that which should have rang for their marriage; and the salmon, that which swallowed the ring." The following lines are current in Scotland on the subject:— " Here's a tree Here's a bird Here's a bell And here's a

that never grew, that never flew, that never rung, drunken salmon."

The salmon is described as " drunken " because it appears as floating on its back, this being the position of a dead fish in water. The design of the reverse represents a river god reclining on an urn, from which water is issuing; the urn is inscribed CLYDE ; the legend refers to the Clyde never drying up. The initials below the date (RD) are probably those of Roger Dixon, die-sinker, of Birmingham. Several tons of tokens were struck for Gilbert Shearer & Co., at the Soho Mint. The writer of the " Bazaar Notes," and Thomas Sharp, state Droz to be the die-sinker. Charles Pye omits to give the artist's name. The tokens were counterfeited, and a number of mules struck. Of the Farthings, provision dealers and tobacconists appear to be the principal issuers. The tokens of Anderson, Leslie & Co. are from dies by Wyon, and were manufactured by Kempson.

J. Wright, Junr., being the designer. ( iv )


Of the very rare variety, only about twelve were struck, as the obverse die broke. With the new obverse die, two reverse dies were used, of very similar design; which design is appropriate, in that a botanic garden and collection of specimens of plants is connected with the University; also by reason of the issuers being seedsmen, nuserymen and florists. E. Campbell, the issuer of the tokens with the Turk's head, had them from James, of London, who was both die-sinker and manufacturer; he was also the manufacturer of several of Spence's tokens, hence this accounts for the " m u l i n g " of a die with one of Spence's, and for the use of some blanks having Spence's "edge-reading." The writer of the " Bazaar Notes " informs us that Henry Harrison was a buckle maker. All that can be said of the design of his tokens is that the anchor as seen 011 the reverse forms the crest of the Arms of Edinburgh. Charles Pye has no record of die-sinker, manufacturer, or quantity. Thomas and Alexander Hutchison issued 10 tons of Halfpenny tokens and about 6 lbs. of the Farthings dated 1792. They were merchants. The design on the tokens represents Saint Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland, and his cross, and on the reverse, the Arms of Edinburgh. There were a number of counterfeits and some mules. J. G. Hancock, Senr., of Birmingham, was the die-sinker and manufacturer of the genuine tokens. Of the tokens designed by J. Wright, Junr., having on the obverse a representation of the Register Office, 100 were struck. Wyon was the die-sinker, Kempson the manufacturer. A die-flaw appears on the obverse of some of the tokens. There is a possibility that these were issued by John Wright, of High Street, who issued a small quantity of another design, in brass, advertising his goods ; as also did R. Sanderson & Co. A noticeable feature of the reverse is the inaccuracy of the spelling. John White, of Kirkgate, Leith, was a dealer in tea and gin, and issued a quantity of tokens, advertising the Port of Leith, and incidentally his goods. Kendrick (probably Joseph Kendrick & Co., Button makers, of Hill Street, Birmingham) was the manufacturer; the name of die-sinker is not stated. Charles Pye informs us that John Ferrier, hosier, of Perth, had 5 cwt. of his tokens struck, Willets was the die-sinker, Kempson the manufacturer. J. Wright, Junr., was the designer. Another token designed by Wright makes reference to the water-mills of the district. Of these, six dozen only were struck, some being in silver, from dies by Willets, at the manufactory of Kempson. John Ferrier was the issuer. ( v )


The tokens of Patrick K. Maxwell are fairly common. Kendrick was the manufacturer. The hank of yarn and bundle of flax represent the linen trade of Perth. The issuer was a grocer and spirit dealer. David Peters' tokens advertise his trade. factured by Lutwyche. 5 cwt. were struck.

They are from dies by Westwood ; manu-

The Perth Farthings, designed by J. Menzies, from dies by YVillets, manufactured by Kempson, are interesting specimens, being a sort of counterpart of the Private tokens of John Ferrier. 1 cwt. were struck. The other Farthing tokens of Perth, as also those of Paisley and of Jedburgh, are only remarkable as advertising the trades of the issuers. The following pieces have not yet been traced, but are included on the authority of Atkins' work on Tokens, and also from notes that have been supplied by various Collectors: ABERDEENSHIRE.窶年os. l a ,

l/>.

LANARKSHIRE.窶年os. 6c, 1 9 .

FIFESHIRE.窶年o. 8.

LOTHIAN.窶年os. 496, 60A, 1 7 4 Bis.

Collectors who have any of these pieces, or meet with them at a later date, will greatly oblige by kindly communicating with us, so that they may be recorded in an Addenda. R. DALTON, PARK HOUSE, BRISTOL.

S. H. HAMER, BLEAK HOUSE, HALIFAX.

( vi )


409

Aberdeenshire.

>

Hi?

ABERDEEN. 0 : An ancient fortress, encircled with a wreath of leaves. B: A cypher JB. ABERDEEN TOKEN 1797. E : Plain (thick and thin flans). A. 1 (V'Jd

la.

K : ANGLESEY LONDON OR LIVERPOOL.

1/).

E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR BALLYMURTAGH.

lc.

E : CURRENT EVERY W H E R E .

lfi(. E : PAYABLE IN LANCASTER

TER.

No. 1 also in brass.

angnssbtre (now jforfarsbire). SHILLINGS. DUNDEE. O: An ancient ruin, DUNDEE

uowr's

BY J . WRIGHT J U N "

SHILLING PAY L E

1797-

Ex'.

BROUGHTY

CASTLE.

Ft: An armed Highlander. A.

uzs, 3

Point of sword to

FROM THE HEATH-COVER'D MOUNTAINS

SCOTIA W E COME. Ex : The arms, supporters, and motto of Dundee in a sunk oval. A. 1

OF

O: An ancient cross,

at the sides.

W-DES.

DUNDEE SILVER MEDAL PRICE ONE S H I L L I N G . E x :

CROSS

" CROSS

TAKEN

" over

DOWN

1777.

11: As last. o r:

S

of

N.

A. 2

Similar to last. No period after DES. Similar. Point of sword to T.

O : Similar, s of " C R O S S " over 1 of date. R : As last. ' Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 also struck in copper. <;•' uup&i* j u -j£r <)

PENNIES. DUNDEE. Large buildings, PUBLIC T H E QUAY

'

r r r

;' if

TONS

r

iffllijjfitiMf liii Vf'1

Ex:

REGR.

8800 Arms, &c., in oval

b

as before, WRIGHT J U N — D E S . A public building, DUNDEE PENNY 17—97.

E

PAYABLE

Ex:

Tp'./j "ur,ui£"

WAREHOUSES ON

SHIPPING OF T H I S PORT

TOWN HOUSE FOUNDED ON

DEMAND

BY

1732.

THO.S

WEBSTER

JUN.R.

A. 3

Also struck in silver. 0: A front face bust, ADML.

S r «""*

LD.

DUNCAN

DUNDEE BORN

DEFEAT 1 ' THE DUTCH F L E E T

PENNY

1798

HERE

1731

1797.

Adam and Eve with the serpent in the garden of Eden. 23000 INHABITANTS IN DUNDEE VID. STATISTICAL ACCOUNT R. SMALL D.D. MULTIPLY.

Ex

BE

GEN . 1 . 2 8 .

FRUITFULL

BY AND

A. 4

Rarity—Aberdeen: Nos. la, li, <•, d, RRR. 1, rare. Dundee: No. 3 (silver and copper), 4 (copper), RRR. 2 (silver and copper), RR. 1, 4 (silver), 6, R. 5, common.


404

Hncj u s e h i r e . HALFPENNIES.

BRECHIN. 7.

O : View of a church. i?a;: CHURCH. /?: A building with a water wheel, EAST

MILL

BRECHIN 1 8 0 1 .

1

E : PAYABLE BY SMITH AND WILSON X X X

BiiZOiiia inoi

isaaaa

A. 5

la. E : Plain. 8.

O: Similar to last, but with the legend added, PAYABLE BY SMITH AND WLLSON. R : The same as last. E : Plain (in collar). A. 6

9.

As last. Ground extended to edge. Plain (in collar).

DUNDEE. 10.

O: View

of

an

ancient

HALF-PENNY . 1 7 9 5 .

tower, Ex

I

OLD

DUNDEE TOWER

FOUNDED 1 1 8 9 .

R: View of a harbour, with a ship alongside a quay, COMMERCE AUGMENTS DUNDEE. Ex: Arms, supporters, and motto, DEI DONUM. At the sides, WRIGHT D E L I N . E PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF ALEXR.

iff? 'jli) T 0 yj] uzh

MOLISON . X .

10a. E

A. 7

PAYABLE IN LONDON.

No. 10 also struck in silver. c

11.

O : and E : As No. 10. R : From polished die, the circular line and flags do not show.

12.

O

1-9 ^

Xi Jj 3

DEI

DONUM

DENTIA ET CANDORE

below.

W. CBOOMS.

; '//OOiS./ e s L J ' I Z i J

r

\blla?birs coo os './atcuss tubt r

Shield of arms,

SELLS

|

above,

PRU-

PAYABLE AT

HIGH S T R E E T D U N D E E .

WHOLESALE | WOOLEN & LINEN

|

DRAPERY GOODS j WATCHES &C &C j CHEAP.

e

'leas

Plain (in collar). Also on very thick flans.

A. 8

13.

O : Similar to last, but without the period after " DUNDEE " . R : As last. E: Plain (in collar). A. 9 13«. E : Milled. No. 13 also struck in silver. 14.

O: Similar to No. 12. Neither AN of " CANDORE " or UN of " D U N D E E " are joined. The upper border of shield is plain. R : As last. E : Plain (rounded). A. 10

15.

O : Same as last. R: The letters are larger and differently arranged ; the c of " CHEAP " comes under the A of " WATCHES," whereas in the former it came under the T. E \ Plain (rounded). A. 11

14 •• _ , .

, •

Is ~

r

'

i j:Ljj3'v

t lloli3ii,t.uz /OOiSV/i.JjJi/Jfri


Hng ii0db ire.

4 or, DUNDEE.

16.

O : A public building, i . w . i . DESIGN in small letters

under.

1796.

INFIRMARY FOUNDED 1 7 9 4 .

DUNDEE HALFPENNY

R : Slightly different design to R: of No. 10. MARE ET COMMERCIUM COLIMUS.

E : Engrailed, with a waved line and dots. Some struck in collar, some not. ^ Also struck in silver 16a. E : Milled. A. 13 This is from the same die as No. 16, but all specimens are poorly struck. 17.

0:

A public building, 1797.

Ex:

DUNDEE HALFPENNY

TOWN HOUSE FINISHED 1 7 3 4 .

r:

View of a glass manufactory,

E:

WORKS WEST CONE FOUNDED 1 7 8 8 . Ex : WRIGHT DES. PAYABLE LIY I0HN PILMER CHURCH LANE X X

17a. E

Also struck in silver. Plain.

18.

An a n c i e n t fortress,

GLASS

14 A. 14a

O

1797. 1660.

DUNDEE HALFPENNY

Ex: DUDHOPE CASTLE FOUND" CONVERTED INTO BARRACKS 1 7 9 4 .

The 4 points to centre of second window. R: A man working flax, FLAX-HECKLING above, w : DES : below. 3336 TONS

' I fj v r

FLAX IT HEMP IMPORTED HERE IN 1 7 9 6 ;

VALUE . L. 160.128 -

e

rj

Ul

; ."ri , ; . f.

0 : Similar. The 4 points to top of window. The period after 1660 under T. R : As last.

20.

0: Similar. The 4 points between second and third window. R: As last.

21

O : View of a c h u r c h . 1797.

r r.Jfltefpj

A. 15

19. [j f] rj ti a "j

Plain (in collar). Also struck in silver.

s1

DUNDEE HALFPENNY

ANDREW'S

CHURCH

FOUND"

1772.

r

R:

A

e:

PAYABLE AT THE SWAP & CO.

ruin. COWGATE PORT * THE LAST REMAINS OF OUR ANCIENT WALLS

Ex : WRIGHT JUNT. DES, a star over OF. WAREHOUSE OF

ALEXR. A. 16

Also struck in silver. 21a. e:

PAYABLE IN LONDON, t h e

remainder en-

grailed. 22.

A. 16a

As last. Similar, but the star is over F. Plain.

Rarity/—Nos. 10a 13a, 17a, 21a, 22, RRR. 7a, RR. The others, common.

9, R.

7, 15, scarce.


406 H n o u s e b i r e .

FORFAR. 23.

O: A castle, JOHN

S M M M K ^ —

•To ii 2 >1 ii it-jl

i i i ^ ;! ,1 r ffi

*-* v:-ip§p^;Fr jf;f§

HALFPENNY.

HAND BY DES.

Ex

\ FORFAK

1707.

0 : Similar to last, hut the first letter of legend is further from the castle. Ground-line on the right does not touch the circle, and the T of " WRIGHT " under centre of doorway. R: and E : As last. A. 18

25.

0 : Similar to last. jamb. R: and E : As last.

26.

0 : Similar to last, without = between DE MAND. The hall on Hag-staff lower, nearly on a line with M. The ground-line extends to circle. R : and E : As last.

J' 3 '1 5 . § j ---w - h 3

z mffmm

">\

,jir.ji,,/••:„

;

A. 17

24.

r

J

=

WRIGHT

E: •+ •+ •+ •+ •+ • Also struck in silver.

- /S£

•;&

E x :

The first letter of legend nearly touches the castle. R : Distant view of a town from the water.

S

~ ^

PAYABLE ON DE STEELE.

T under right door

!«VaJI rf

MONTROSE.

i/io:iT;:c>5£ >

17.0 6

27.

0 : A distant view of a town and bridge. MARE DITAT.

E.V.

R : A woman spinning,

MONTROSE. SURF,

REWARD'S OF INDUSTRY.

ARE E x :

E : Plain (not in collar).

#L,1l

=

THE 1796

A. 19

jrvA

28. i/IO: JTiiOSS^

w

s

m

O: Similar, but on a larger scale. R\ Similar. A period at the end of legend. E : PAYABLE BY I. BISSETT & SON MONTROSE.

A. 20 gpHifci

i<4i k -k~~"

r _ad> = £-, l y;aV,A-

V 1797

rJ

28a.

E : LONDON LIVERPOOL OR MONTROSE.

28/).

E : P U B L I S H E D BY JOS. DANL. & INO. BOULTER.

A. 20a 28c. E : Milled.

? O i/'Jii C/.^ S

29.

A. 20A A. 20c

O : Similar, but with date 1797 in Ex : R: Similar, but with MONTROSE in Ex: E : LONDON LIVERPOOL OR MONTROSE.

29a. E : Plain.

A. 21


Hnoussbirc.

407 MONTROSE.

30.

'' II,ill

O: Shield of arms, supporters, crest, Ac. MONTROSE

ft

:

HALFPENNY

1799.

The

tail of eagle extends slightly beyond second limb of H. View of a building, MONTROSE LUNATIC HOSPITAL

ERECTED

BY

SUBSCRIPTION

1781. e

: PAYABLE BY ANDREW NICOL TOBACCONIST X

A. 22

0

81.

O: Similar. The tail to second limb of H, and terminal of 7 touches circle, ft: and E : As last.

32.

0 : Similar to last. The tail further from H. ft: and E : As No. 30.

33.

O : As No. 30. ft : Similar, M nearly over lirst chimney. E : Aa No. 30.

34.

O : Similar. The wing and tail close to H. ft: Similar. M nearly touches second chimney. E : As No. 30. A. 23

35.

O: Similar. The wing and tail further from H. ft : As last. E : As No. 30.

36.

0 : Similar. The wing and tail still further from H. ft: As last. E : As No. 30.

EARTHINGS. ARBROATH. 87.

«1 5yO-i.il >

••rn&Z-ti

88.

o : * J 8 BORTHWICK *

8 9 H I G H S T ARBROATH,

ft : GROCERY & TEA *

WAREHOUSE *

o : *

WILLIAM

DURWARD

«

50

HIGH

S T R E E T ARBROATH. ft : TEA C O F F E E

&

SUGAR

*

WAREHOUSE

Rarity—Nos. 28c, 29a, 37, RRR. 26, 27, 28a, b, 38, RR. 30 31 R„ 2dt 29, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, scarce. The others, common.

*


408

a n o u s 0 b i r e. DUNDEE.

I

1

A pair of scales above a small cypher, J M<(- Co. PAYABLE ON DEMAND

o

DUNDEE.

I

Im

/? A sentinel on duty, the breech of a cannon on one side, and part of a fort on the other. Plain (rounded). A. 24 Plain (rough). 39(1. i 3!) Bis 0 Similar. The cypher different, the lirst down stroke of M points between D and u. R: and E : As No. 89. (See page 155 for illustration.) o

A horse and cart, with two packages marked DR and TR. SIC ITUR AD O P E S .

R

A large building.

Ex *

: WRIGHT DES. 17

96.

- D U N D E E FARTHING Ex:

TRADES ALL.

E : Plain (in collar). Also struck in silver. o li E t-

As last. Similar to last, but dated 1797, and without the stars before and after legend. Plain (in collar). A. 26

0 : As last. 1{: Similar to No. 40, but TRADES Ex: and dated 1797. E : Plain (in collar). Also struck in silver. 43.

$

A. 25

o : P . KIRKPATRICK GROCER

1{: A vase of

flowers.

HALL

in

A. 27

DUNDEE TEA & SPIRIT

MERCHANT

Hrg\>ll9bire. ARGYLE

HOUSE.

O : An ancient building. ARGYLE-HOUSE . SCOTLAND . on a raised rim. Ex: jACobs.

R: A cypher T (f between palm branches. BRITISH PENNY

1797.

E : I PROMISE TO PAY ON DEMAND THE BEARER ONE PENNY.

A. 1

INVERARY. O : A view of an a n c i e n t fortress, INVERARY CASTLE on a raised r i m . Ex: JACobs. R : and E : As last. A. 2


409

H ^ r s b i r e. PENNIES. 1.

0 â&#x20AC;˘' Bust. G E O R G I V S . W A L L I ^ E . P R I N C E P S . R: The Prince's crest and motto. Also struck in silver.

HALFPENNIES. 2.

Proofs in tin on thin flans of obverse and reverse dies of No. 3.

3.

0 : Bust in armour, G U L I E L M U S V A L L A S . 1!. A female figure seated, supporting a shield, SCOTIA R E D I V I V A . E X : 17 T C 97. E : Plain (in collar). A. 1 3(7. E : Plain (not in collar), on very thin small flan. 3b. E : Milled (on very thick flan). No. 3 also struck in silver.

Proof of obverse die of No. 5 without Milton F under bust, on thin tin flan.

r

/S

5.

O R

6.

7.

JZUIOJ:-.

8.

Bust of the Prince of Wales, G E O R G I V S P . s . s . c . D . 1799. The British arms on four shields crosswise. BR . L . PR . E . REG . SC . PR . E T . S E N . COR . D U X . A. 2 Also struck in silver.

O: As last. It: The same as No. 3. E : Plain.

O: Profile of Adam Smith. R : A female seated mourning over antique military trophies. A. 3 Also struck in silver and white-metal.

O: Similar bust to No. 5.

GEORGIVS .

G.P.S.S.C.D.1799.

I i : A female dropping herbs into a still. HYGEIA PREPARING VELNOS' VEGETABLE SYRUP.

A.

4

R a r i t y No. 39a, 39 Bin, RR. 41, 43, R. 40, scarce. The others, common. Argyllshire : No. 1, RRR. 2, R. Ayrshire : Nos. 1, 2, 3a, b, 4, 6, RRR. 8, RR 5, R. 7, scarce. 3 fairly common.


410

D

H g r e b t r e .

rtfta* J£i; •*

&

v-zazg 'in zsjusj 'fstsjx'ribii

/ VZs'-L£i

|

•iliiiZ

3 .or s - f j i u y g Ifc " '' "

1

0 : JAMES . PATERSON DRAPER + CUMNOCK + R : DEALER IN SPIRITS & TEAS.

9.

SANQUHAR.

FARTHINGS.

CUMNOCK.

: fPjfe

u m f r i e 0 s b \ r e.

1.

0 : JOHN HALLIDAY TEA WINE & SPIRIT MERCH? R : DEALER IN SEEDS STATIONRY &C. SANQUHAR.

A. 1

jf i f e a b t r e .

KIRKCALDY. 1. O : B u s t t o r i g h t , THE PENNY OF SCOTLAND ( l . o z ) 17 9 7 . Ex: ADAM SMITH L.L.D: F.R.S. BORN AT KIRKALDY 1 7 2 3 . T h e

-v j

artist's name WYON on the truncation of the bust. Agricultural implements, bales, &c. ~~jjtu

- n ~7pj

v.

^

1

WEALTH OF NATIONS EX.: T w o t h i s t l e s , BOOG JUNR DES. P. KEMPSON FECIT.

A. 1

Plain (in collar).

2.

BURNTISLAND. O : A cypher D V Co, under it a carboy between a rose and a thistle. R : BURNT | -ISLAND | VITRIOL | COMPv | 1 7 9 7 .

Goiin®

In five lines within a garter radiated, o n w h i c h is i n s c r i b e d NEMO ME IMPUNE LACESSIT.

E : Milled.

A. 2

2 a . E : M i l l e d o v e r PAYABLE AT MACCLESFIELD LIVERPOOL OR CONGLETON.

2ft. E: Plain. 3.

O: As last. R : V i t r i o l s p e l t VITORIAL.

CUPAR.

ANSTRUTHER.

3

wr.a

i

« i0& ?* s i - i o a - j r ,

4.

0 : ROBERT TAYLOR WINE & SPIRIT * DEALER «•

R . A fishing smack, with an anchor below.

aom-r/- eta-x a.

5.

O : W. HEPBURN BONNYGATE * CUPAR * R : TEA SUGAR & SPIRIT WAREHOUSE.

DUNFERMLINE.

94SPM

6. O : ROBERT JOHNSTON MERCH DUNFERMLINE. R : TEAS SPIRITS & GROCERIES «•

SHORE ANSTRUTHER. A. 3

R a r i t y Ayrshire : No. 9, R. Dumfriesshire : No. 1, RRR. 11, 15, RRR. 2a, 2ft, 6, 9, 13, 14, 16, RR. 1, 4, 12, R.

Fifeshire : Nos. 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, scarce. 2, common.


411

Jf i f c s b i r e .

INVERKEITHING. 7.

0 : A sugar-loaf with a thistle under it. JOHN MEIKLEJON.

II: A ship under sail,

INNERKEITHING.

A. 4 KIRKCALDY.

<r

8.

0 : JAMES

HARDIE

MEROllT

9.

0:

. KIRKALDY .

R : TEA

&

SUGAR

b:

WAREA. 5

HOUSE.

P. HENDERSON LINKS * KIRKCALDY -XTEA . COFFEE & SPIRIT WARE —HOUSE. A . 6

'

10. 0: Tno»us *

RONALD M E R C H ?

KIRKALDY *

li : TEAS

SPIRITS

WINES *

& GROCERIES *

A. 7

WILLIAM WATT GROCER . KIRKALDY DEALER IN TEAS WINES . SPIRITS &C.

LEVEN.

wixyzz 'f

1 12.

0: R

M

* W. & « . MEIKLE » IRONMONGERS, LEVEN. * TEAS SPIRITS * WINES & GROCERIES.

A. 35 Lanark

13.

0 : View of building, A. WEBSTER + WINE TEA & SPIRIT DEALER -+-

R: A stick of candles.

15.

0 : JOHN WISHART YICTUAI.ER LEVEN R : TEAS SPIRITS WINES * & GROCERIES *

CANDLE MAKER LEVEN.

LIMEKILNS.

&

14.

NEWBURGH.

m

0: PAYABLE AT R. MAILLERS LIMEKILNS. r : GROCER & SHIP * CHANDLER * a n d tWO

small ornaments.

16.

0 : J . M. SHARP MERCHT * NEWBURGH * R : TOBACCO & SNUFF TEAS * WAREHOUSE *-


3 n k> c r n c s

412

sb

i r c.

INVERNESS. (Z^SjL

iM

%

'

^

1.

O: A rose and thistle united.

INVERNESS

HALFPENNY.

jR: A cornucopia of flowers, CONCORDIA ET FIDELITAS. Upon a stone at the bottom the date 1793. E : PAYABLE . AT . MACKINTOSH INGLIS & I WILSON'S. A. 1

l a . E : Without the I before WILSON'S. A. la lft. E: Also without the dot after PAYABLE. A. 16 2. O : Similar to last, but the date 1794 added at bottom. R : Similar to last, but instead of the date the stone is inscribed CLACH NA

7' . * V * t

ssm

CUDDEN.

. r ^ iv.,

—> J

I «< -*~ r u f j

J

tJ&

v «4

\

3.

O: R: E : 3a. E:

't^bjL'

,

t

E : The same as No. la. 2a. E : The same as No. 16.

J

d )

4.

0 / , •?

j l j r

3

>

Similar to last, but dated 1795. The same as last. As No. l a . A. 3 As No. l a but a - after WILSON, S omitted.

0 : Similar to last, but dated 1796. R : The same as No. 2. E : The same as No. l a .

A. 4

</

-j* 7

A. 2

5.

tt

0 : As last. R : Similar, slight difference in the flowers and the shape of the stone. E : The same as No. la.

OP

w z

*

Rarity—No. 1, RRR. 5, R. fairly common. I b a b b i n o t o n s b i

The others,

re.

HADDINGTON.

j? ««"a '2 VJt-'CO" 1.

i \ <> V . / s £y

j

vrs'tzzz's^ C,

,'s /

.-JJ

v

V

'

O : GEORGE AMOS. TOBACCONIST.

R : Two pipes crossed below a roll of tobacco. HADDINGTON.

2.

rinv. any

/

*

3.

O : GEORGE PR1NGLE HIGH STREET * HADDINGTON *

R : A tobacco jar.

O : ROBT RICHARDSON CUSTOM STONE * HADDN * R : TEAS SPIRITS WINES * & GROCERIES *

TO-

BACCONIST.

EAST 4.

LINTON.

O K pair of scales,

nuon. BROWN EAST

LINTON.

R : A ship sailing,

COMMERCIUM.

Rarity—Haddingtonshire: Nos. 2, 3, 4, RR. 1, R. Lanarkshire: Nos. 1, 26, 3/, IJ, RRR. 2c, 3</, e, RR. The others, common.


413

IK i n r o 6 9 b i r e .

LOCH 0:

LEVEN.

A castle in ruins, LOCH LEVEN PENNY 1 7 9 7 * Q. MALTY IMPRISONED I S THE ISLE AND CASTLE. A.D. 15G7 * : P . K . FECIT.

R : A girl treading linen in a tub.

#

AN-

TIENT SCOTTISH WASHING % HONI . SOIT . QUI . MAL . Y . L'ENSE -if

Plain (in collar). Bare.

E:

Ik i r I; c u

A. 1

r t o b t s I? i r e .

GATEHOUSE.

$f

j

S

®

O: Crest a griffin, and motto IMPEKO upon a label over it. GATEHOUSE HALFPENNY.

R : View of a large building, PAYABLE AT THE

HOUSE OF THO? SCOTT

Ex:

1793.

&

A. 1

X a n a r l i s b i

r e .

PENNY.

GLASGOW. 0 : The arms of Glasgow,

LET GLASGOW

FLOURISH.

R: A river god reclining on an urn, ins c r i b e d CLYDE. NUNQUAM ARESCERE. Ex\

MDCCXCI. A small ornament under. E : Plain. A. 1 This is struck from the dies of the halfpenny, No. 5. 1

&

ir

%

Ul.lT.it'T HALFPENNIES.

GLASGOW. 2.

0 : The arms of Glasgow,

LET GLASGOW

3.

R: A river god reclining on an urn, inscribed CLYDE, from which water is issuing.

MDCCXCI.

NUNQUAM ARESCERE.

Ex

\

The initials R. D. under.

e : PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE SHEARER & CO:

OF

GILBERT A. 2

Also struck in silver and brass. 2a.

2b.

Same as last, but without the colon at the end of edge inscription, and the o looks like a c. A. 2a E : PAYABLE AT H. BROWNBILLS SILVERSMITH.

2t. E : Plain (in collar).

A. 26 A. 2c

0: and R: Similar to last, but not such fine work and no initials under date. E : PAYABLE AT EDINBURGH GLASGOW &

FLOURISH.

з а . E: зб.

e:

DUMFRIES— X . A. 3 CAMBRIDGE BEDFORD AND HUNTINGDON.

A. 3 a PAYABLE IN LONDON.

The

engrailed. Large and small flans.

3c. E :

3d. E E

3c. 3 f.

E 3(j. E

PAYABLE IN CASTER.

LONDON

remainder A. 3 6

BRISTOL

&

LANA . 3c

Milled. A. 3d Plain (not in collar, but rounded). A. 3c PAYABLE AT CLOUGHER OR IN DUBLIN, WE PROMISE TO PAY THE BEARER ONE CENT.


411

1

a n a r h s b t r e

GLASGOW

4.

0 : and R : Similar to last, but with the initials F. A. under the date.

5.

E : PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL.

A. 4 4 a . e:

PAYABLE BY W. FUGGLES GOUDHURST.

A. 4a 46. 4c. id. ie.

E : PAYABLE AT JOHN MATHEWS'S. A. 4b E: PAYABLE AT JAMES ROBERTSONS. A. 4c E : PAYABLE AT LEEK STAFFORDSHIRE. A. 4d E: MASONIC TOKEN I SCETCHLEY FECIT.

i f . E : Plain (not in collar). On large and small flans.

A. 4« A. 4/

O: and R : Similar to last, but with a small ornament instead of the initials under date.

E : PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR LIVERPOOL. A. 5 5A. E : PAYABLE AT SHARPS PORTSMOUTH & CIIALDECOTTS CHICHESTER. A. 5a

5b. E : Plain (not in collar, but rounded). A. 5b 5C. E : PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL. 5 d . E : PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF THOMAS CLACKE.

4if. E : MASONIC HALFPENNY TOKEN MDCCXCIV.

6.

A

. •

1

^

•j

olr>>

/

/ s*/

• J. i.

-

6

X ^ £ d >

RULE

BRITANNIA. Ex '. 1 7 9 5 . E : PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF ALEXANDER MOLISON. x . A. 6

s?

, 'o\

O : The same obverse as No. 3. R : Figure of Britannia seated,

6a. E : Milled. A. 6a 6b. E : Plain (not in collar, but rounded). A. 6b 6c. E : CURRENT EVERY WHERE.

7.

0 : As last. R:

B u s t t o l e f t , IOHN HOWARD F.R.S. PHILANTHROPIST. E : PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF ALEX.R MOLISON. A. 7

7 a. E : Milled. lb. E : Plain (not in collar). j

A. 7a A. 7b

8.

O : The reverse die of No. 8. R : A large ship sailing, PRO BONO PUBLICO. Ex : 1794. A. 8 E : Plain (rough). 8a. E : Plain (rounded). 8b. E : SKIDMORE HOLBORN LONDON.

OEjCC,

9.

0 : As last. R : RULE BRITANNIA.

A s No. 6 .

E : PAYABLE IN LONDON.

9 Bis. O: A man weaving in a loom, "SUCCESS TO THE MANUFACTORERS OF GLASGOW."

R : A publick building. 1797. (See page 455 for illustration.)

The remainder

engrailed. On large and small flans. 9 a . e:

CURRENT EVERYWHERE.

9b. E : Milled.

A. 9 A. 9a


415 ^ L a n a r k s h i r e .

AIRDRIE. 10.

D

0 : ARCH JOHNSTON GROCER * AIRDRIE * R : TEAS SPIRITS &C.

| zjfll-

ANDERSTON. //< s ? & & s-j-, i= i . ••riviu.

11.

O : W. MCNF,ILAGE . VICTUALLER . ANDERSTON R : BUTTER & HAM DEALER.

/ xuvisiii"-.

GLASGOW.

ilJi-i'tf -

ANDERSON'S.

m

m

. . ' - /

j>AL

» /

q i b p m

+ ARCHD ANDERSON'S + WARE-HOUSE.

O:

R : A h a m over two casks.

O: R: 0 : R : 0:

1 0 6 KING STREET * GLASGOW *

As last, PROVISION added. As last. A. 10 Similar to last, but the word "PROVISION " is curved. Similar to last, but larger stars. A. 11 As last.

R : 1 0 5 i n s t e a d of 1 0 6 KING STREET.

O: R: O: R:

r1!

q

BO'

As last. Similar to last, the stars smaller. As last. Similar. Small quatrefoils instead of stars.

\

rJ

gjiij-zc c

i

v * . t

A. 12

'.±~f»o~/,

ANGUS'

18.

O: A sugar-loaf. J 8 ANGUS.

R: " T e a Shop." 19.

20.

O : The same as last. R : As last, with the addition of A SHIFT 1780 in the centre in three lines. A. 15

21.

0 : Similar.

A FARTHING.

A. 18

o: A s u g a r - l o a f , JAMES ANGUS. A FARTHING. R : TEA SHOP a b o v e , GLASGOW b e l o w . The

centre blank.

A. 14

Wider space between the G

of "FARTHING," a n d t h e s of ''ANGUS."

R: As last. 22.

O : As No. 20. R : Similar to last, but the date is in smaller figures and there is no period after "GLASGOW". A. 16

>il

rj'l

Rarity—Nos. 4a, e, 0, 5a, c, d, 6c, 7, b, 8b, 9b, 9 Bis, 10, 12, 16, 19, RRR. 4b, c, d, 15, 21, RR. 6, b, 11, 17, 18, R. 13, 14, 20, scarce. The others, common.


416

X a n a r l t s b i r e .

GLASGOW. BILTON'S. 28. 0 : W. BILTON 4- TOBACCONIST -F

/ \

6 3 0 . ARGYLE STREET.

r : The arms of Glasgow,

G/OVy CUXILS

miu

•-s'j/rzjt

LET

GLASGOW FLOURISH. A. 1 7

CUBIE & PATERSON'S

24

0 : PAYABLE AT CUBIE & PATERSONS HEAD OF KING STREET. A. 1 8 R GLASGOW FARTHING.

ERSKIN'S.

0:

24 Bis. / •!

>

I 25.

Similar.

t2

The

o of

" CUBIE " over A.

ERSKIN'S.

^

'&>. / 11vjjy

*

R : As last. (See page 455 for illustration.)

0 : RALPH ERSKIN & COMPY GLASGOW 1 7 8 1 . R • A. s h i p RALPH ERSKIN AND COMP.Y

26.

A. 19

0 : As last. R : Similar to last, no dot in COMPY, and the position of the ship is different. A. 20 -.U5

EWING'S.

V..,

27. 0 : A thistle crowned, a quatrefoil below. FARTHING PAY-' ABLE AT THE SHOP OF.

R: A tea-chest betweeen two sugar-loaves. ALEX?EWING GROCER

GLASGOW * 1 7 9 9 .

A. 21 28. 0 : The arms of Glasgow. 1799. FARTHING PAYABLE AT THE

SHOP OF *

XiZi'f'.

R : A hand holding a pair of

' <!&

scales. ALEXR EWING GBO' " '2 CER GLASGOW * A. 2 2 ; fff"

f £ m uliz -i-lj-striti

FINLAYSON'S. 2 9 . 0 : T : FINLAYSON 6 8 KING : ST. +ONE FARTHING +

R • T h e a r m s of Glasgow, LET GLASGOW FLOURISH

/»?> - ^

'<&

%

80

30. 0 : Similar to last, but without the crosses. A. 24 R : As last.

A. 23

HAMILTON'S.

31.

0 : The arms of Glasgow, a quatrefoil under, AT.

R : St.

32.

0 : As last. R : Similar. The ground is covered with sticks.

33.

O: As last. R : Similar. Several small stones at feet, and end of cross closer to s of

GLASGOW FARTHING PAYABLE

Andrew and his cross.

HAMILTONS SNUFF SHOP.

ground quite smooth.

1791.

ALEXR The

A. 25

' SNUFF.

Rarity—Nos. 36, 37, 38, RRR. 24 Bis, 32, 33, 40, 41, 42, 43, 45, RR. 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 34, scarce. The others, common.

46, R.


Xanarfosbire.

.1

}

-

•' o

84.

&

:r *'->•••! u ..

GLASGOW.

% :

'

1

417

HAMILTON'S.

J

US

0 : Similar, o and T closer to the ground. R : Similar, the feet of St. Andrew are surrounded with larger stones. A. 26

35.

O: Similar, but the fish is on the ground, and the stem of the tree is plain. R: Same as last. A. 27 .. ,,

\

u-

36.

O: Similar to last. R : The point of cross to

L

of

o: Similar, but the legend reads only

37. HAMILTON.

"

" F A R T H I N G PAYABLE A T . "

R : The point of cross to aDd

K I R K WOOD'S.

0: A sugar-loaf,

38.

°n "ght

t0 N

L

of "

HAMILTON,"

°f " SNUFF'"

JA® KIRKWOOD A

FARTHING. R : TEA SHOP GLASGOW. 1 7 8 1 . A . 2 8

RANDOLPH'S.

O : Three canisters, &c.

FARTHING

PAYABLE AT G E O R G E RANDOLPH & CO.

R : A negro,

s TOBACCONISTS

S T R E E T GLASGOW. E x \

E : Milled.

KING 1799.

A. 29

REID'S. 40.

o : A pair of scales, BARROWFIELD TON -Fr

CAL-

: TEAS . S P I R I T S W I N E S . & GRO-

A. 102 Lothian

CERIES.

41.

HENRY REID ROAD +

0\ A pair of scales.

H.

REID

B A R R O W F I E L D ROAD CALTON.

R : Same as last.

A. 103 Lothian

llitfMiiil

RETAILERS'

42.

0 : The arms of Glasgow, L E T GLASGOW FLOURISH The bird is in the centre of top under o and w. R : GLASGOW R E T A I L E R S TLIM.LL

A. 30

Some pieces do not show the period owing to failure of the die.

TOKENS.

43.

o: Similar to last, but the bird is under t h e S of " GLASGOW,"

44. 45.

R : Similar. Period further from N. A. 31 o : Similar to last. The bird under A. R : Period closer to N, as No. 42. o : Similar. The bird under G. R : As last.


418

X a n a rfes b \ r c. GLASGOW. Ustz-i.'J * f j ;< afcS

RETAILERS' 46.

TOKENS. 47. 0 : S i m i l a r , b u t t h e b i r d c o m e s u n d e r t h e o. B : Similar. A. 88

0:

S i m i l a r to last, b u t t h e legend on a r i b b o n , t h e b i r d u n d e r t h e w. A. 3 2 R : S i m i l a r to No. 48.

SMITH

f"f

*) t t r f U . s

y.-j

w

•>

I V V „ fr.oy

j

s

49

48.

&

o : Similar. R: S i m i l a r .

GIBSON.

T h e b i r d u n d e r G. -ws j i - m/i / j f «. ^A. fo Wm

4 9 . 0 : A r m s of G l a s g o w , SMITH & | ^ [ GIBSON * GLASGOW * R : B e n e a t h a crown, a h a n d holdi n g a h a m m e r 1 7 9 9 . EDGE TOOL MAKERS & CUTLERS. WATERSON 50.

0: R\

:C

-V'.iwr.

A nrip^

'

&

3JJ

CO.

A snuff jar. E. WATERSON & YJPI c ° TOBACCONISTS. /~ SNUFF SHOP 1 9 3 TR0NGATE+ | ' GLASGOW-FA. 8 4 % ,

~^JJ

/ W

J st) ~>Ss7

^ %,

i

RUTHERGLEN. 51

0 - GLASGOW & RUTHERGLEN VICTUALLER. R : TEAS SPIRITS GROCERIES &CC.

^ a 3 B m ' W - \

cp/

O \ * WM MILLER * VICTUALLER RUTHERGLEN R • TEAS, SPIRITS, GROCERIES &CC. A. 3 6

BATHGATE. 1 . 0 : IOHN FINLAY HOPETOUN S T * BATHGATE SIt«.. FT : + DEALER IN TEAS + WINES FOREIGHN AND BRITISH SPIRITS. A . 1

/ ^ v .

-v*

c-,

O : THOMAS BROWN MERCH . LINLITHGOW . R : A tea chest, TEAS & GROCERIES

• . r, f

. •: <•<*\

a

bit0C23ii; \ ,,5 ^ •

1

4.

LINLITHGOW. O ; THOMAS GLEN WOOLEN DRAPER * LINLITHGOW * J? : TEAS GROCERIES &C. A. 2

Xanavhsbire. HAMILTON. 0:

/

v

.->//

'-IK f-'f

?

-

- V

n

4

T

58.

"•***

0 : JAMES FERGUSON DRAPER BATHGATE. /? : WINES TEAS SPIRITS GROCERIES &C.

'* r l '<v

'«B

Xinlitboowsbire.

£ r w @ B B k

2.

W

52.

^

5.

0 : STEPHEN MITCHELL & SON TOBACCONIST. R: A r o l l of t o b a c c o , a n d t w o p i p e s c r o s s e d , LINLITHGOW. A. 8

LANARK.

BROCK AND FERGUSON, QUARRY, LOAN 54. 0 : J. LAWRIE & C° WELGATE LANARK. FOOT, HAMILTON. R : TEA COFFEE & SPIRIT * WAREHOUSE * R-. ONE FARTHING. GENERAL GROCERS AND SPIRIT DEALERS. (See page 438 for illustrations.)


419

t b i a n . HALFPENNIES. 1.

EDINBURGH. 0 : A filtering stone, FOR PURIFYING WATER Ex: 1796. B : A bunch of grapes in a shield, between thistles. \ j

WJ 2.

O . A flower spray in a shield, R U L E S THE WAVES.

of shield. R • A buck s head. Of N.

1796.

BRITANIA

"RULES"

to left

Middle horn to centre L E T BRITAIN FLOURISH.

A. 2 O : As last. R: Similar, but the line at base of crest is composed of 13 pellets. (See page 455 for illustration.) 0 : As last. R : Middle horn nearly under last limb of N

2 Bis. «4$s5f? V li/>'

2?

# 1

i

- V

3

2

j^V-1-1.

'4?

0s?

4 / ^ ' - r

3. 4.

..^i

0:

" RULES

" over shield.

R : As last.

j-£y-:. •>•

£

O: A tower within an oval surrounded by an ornamental border. R : Same as No. 3. a. 3 ANDERSON, LESLIE & CO. 0 : View of a public building. EDINBURGH HALFPENNY 1 7 9 7 .

PAY 1 ' BY ANDERSON

& c° WRIGHT DES. in small letters on the ground. Ex : UNILESLIE

VERSITY OF EDINBURGH.

R: A gardener holding a spade in one hand and a shrub in the other. NEU SEGNES JACEANT TERR/E MONTES CONSERERE JUVAT.

E : Plain (in collar).

ETIAM

A. 4

O: Very similar to last, but with NEW UNIVERSITY i n

Ex:

R : Similar to last. Foot over ES. E . Plain. ^ j s o s t r u c j j ; n s j i v e r i'kfw.rffVT" , %uiu'VZK£IX7' CW.~ r >y,4fi£!IL'TOO£I

A. 5

8. 0 : As last. R : Similar, TERRA instead of T E R R . E . Also struck in silver.

' T)] r V.e, r>^_ 7 ] r r r: ii r r

[•

r 7 ,

') !] I' • 'I J:FRR^RJ F

zy.utn R a r i t y Lanarkshire : Nos. 49, 51, 53, 54, BBB. 52, RR. 48, scarce. The others, common r L'DhthgowBhire : Nos. 1 , 2 , 3, RR. 4, R. 5, common. M Lothian : No. 5, RRR. 2 Bis, 4, 6, RR. 8, R. 2, scarce. The others, common


X o t b t a n.

420

ARCHIBALD'S.

52'LiS

9.

CJAai'£jJ, £>itA33> * rttuwxx

asS£

O: A palm branch,

DITAT SERVATA F I D E S

*fHZ23 c

&C. &C. &C.

% fee? r:

11.

c

n>

o

r

r

L L zi \

12.

91 I

9 S sj

\'>?bov/; \jrnuvr

£>ir,Ti.3

;

"A

7

. -tys*

0 : Similar to last, but larger, and a six-pointed star instead of the group of dots. 11: Similar, but larger, and no commas after " GARDEN " A. 9

'Tiizz3 j

CAMPBELL'S.

At

O : A Turk's head,

JAMES

and a small ornament under.

It: A snuff jar labelled 79, the date 1795 under,

<§) J

V

(

ANDREWS S T R E E T EDINBURGH.

*A\

/-

m

§*

SAINT

*

K Milled. : Plain (in collar). v/13a-

14.

15'

A. 8

PAYABLE AT CAMPBELLS SNUFF SHOP.

5 I?

;

'7

O: Similar to last, but with a dot after «ac/i word of legend, and a group of seven dots comes between

12

18.

:

A

o r " GRASS." E • PAYABLE AT T H E SHOP OF J O S E P H ARCHIBALD * * * * *

6zzuh.j

/

i.

DITAT."

R : and E : As No. 10.

r*\

'l>\ / c,i\nnz • siiAaa

'Jif/r

DITAT.

" FIDES"' a n d " EDIN."

.""""2?-,,,, v; -

I|

A. 6 ®a

JOS. ARCHIBALD . SEEDSMAN . EDIN.

A group of eight dots between " JOS." and " R : Same as last. E : Milled. Also in brass. lOu. E : Plain.

iiW,

/ *

AROHIBALD.

E : Milled. 9a. E : Plain. 10. O : Shield of arms, 17-96. Crest a palm branch, SERVATA F I D E S .

£>"

.jog.

SEEDSMAN . E D I N . R : S E L L S | GARDEN, GRASS, | & FLOWER S E E D S , | FRUIT TREES |

VZJTDS^/

. raOi'I '

EDINBURGH.

A. 10 A. 10a

: Plain (not in collar). O : A similar Turk's head smoking a pipe, legend and artist's name as before. R: A snuff jar labelled 37, between two thistles, two pipes crossed above, 1796. SAINT ANDREWS STREET EDINBURGH. Short 1 in date. X LONDON X

A. 11

A. 116 figures. . i N ^ s \ 16. ' "i\ '•' '

// ^

E : Milled.

Similar to last, but without artist's name and ornament under bust. R : Similar, stems of pipes not so long, left hand one only reaches to T of " STREET." 1 of date same length as other figures. i -/ 'i fj A. 12 E : Milled. .. r - 7 — ^ '" 17. 0 : As No. 14, with artist's name. 2 L " A — - \ \ i J i * / % R : As last. E: Milled. A. 11a ^ 0 B i - % ) , 5) i shut 1

16

' x * ' 3M ?

r j s

0:

.j/

A

W

18.

0 : Figure of a Highlander. THE GALLANT GARB OF SCOTLAND

R : and E : Same as No. 14. A. 18


421

Xo tbian EDINBURGH. HARRISON'S.

O: A cypher, H H with a small ornament top and bottom. R : An anchor dividing the date 17—96. H .HARRISON . ST . LEONARDS . EDIN. The N'S retrograde. ST above and EDIN under the anchor. A. 14 0 : Same as last. /T . Similar, but the letters N are formed properly, and there are no dots between the words of the legend, EDIN to right of anchor. A. 15 Also in brass. O: As last. R: Similar. Wider space between " HARRISON " and

-1 i'l{

" ST.'

HUTCHISON'S.

Unless otherwise stated all edges read THE

WAREHOUSE OF THOS. &

O: Artist's proof of obverse die of No. 23. Without the thistles or legend. R : Blank.

H'JUz

+ o

m 23.

" P A Y A B L E AT

ALEXR. H U T C H I S O N . "

§ j ~r^ -i/ k:

, -3

%

1790.

0 : St. Andrew with his cross between thistles. NEMO ME IMPUNE LACESSIT. Ex: 1790. Cross points to L. R The arms of Edinburgh between thistles, crest an anchor. E D I N BURGH HALFPENNY. There are four bands on the anchor stock, and no period at end of legend. A. 16 '£3vii»

O: Similar, a period at end of legend, point of cross to last limb of L. R: Similar, a period at end of legend. ° A. 17

.

25.

0 : Point of cross to first limb of A, the top thistle leaf to the period. R: No bands on anchor stock, top thistle leaf to second N. A. 18 No. 25 also struck in lead, with plain edge.

26.

O: Very similar to last, thistle head further from legend, figures of date closer together. R : Similar to last, top leaf to Y.

Rarity—Nos. 11, 21. 22, RRR. 10n, 15, 16, RR. 9, 12, 14, 17, 19, 26, R, 9a, 25, scarce. The others, common.


422

X o t b i a n. EDINBURGH

? ur/jsy

1790.

k

27.

0 : Point of cross to centre of A, the top thistle on line with T. R : As last. A. 19

28.

0 : Point of cross to last limb of A. R : The top thistle leaf nearly touches Y. A. 20

r

/",

i

'>-A .iff

As last. The small thistle head to right opposite the centre of second N, and the top leaf to the foot of the Y. A. 22

80.

0 : Very similar to last, the thistle head slightly below and closer to T. R: The point of leaf between N and Y. A. 21

y

y) I

^

C. v

i

i

' 1

w

\ m

r

l

1791.

81.

O : The top right hand corner of cross points to end of letter L, a flaw through the last word of legend makes it doubtful if there is a period at the end. Dated 1791. R : The small thistle head points to the beginning, and the top leaf to the end of the second N. A. 28

82.

O

r

The top right hand corner of cross points between the I. and A, the middle leaf to period. The thistle bud points to end of second N, the top leaf between the Y and the period. A. 24

1

,~l.

38.

0 : The top right hand corner of cross points to centre of the L, the period is about central between the top and middle leaves. r : Same as last. A. 25

84.

/

%

&

O: Same as last. R: The top leaf points to the period. A. 26


423

X o t h i a n. ii

k

m

%

&

EDINBURGH.

-

HUTCHISON'S.

v-* u-"4j. 0 h Si /% . g i t.{ %\ t

A

-

f ' t

m

q

4 0 ^

&

^

0 : Same as last. . The thistle bud points between the two N'S, the top leaf to the foot of the Y. A. 27

36.

0 : The top right hand corner of the cross points to the beginning of the letter A, the top leaf just below the period. /" • J he thistle bud points to beginning of second N, the top leaf between the N and Y. A . 28

37.

Same as last. R: The thistle bud points to the end of second N, the top leaf between the Y and the period. A. 29

,s

m

j \

•&

35.

I

jjU

COUNTERFEITS. 38. >-vi*

1

- v%

0: A very good copy of the preceding, but the last word of legend spelt LACESSET. The top right hand corner of cross points to beginning of A, the middle leaf just below period. R : The thistle bud nearly touches beginning of second N, the second leaf is just below period. E

-o

: PAYABLE &

t/V -3 *i

. AT

EDINBURGH

DUMFRIES

GLASGOW

X

A. 3 0

7 7

39.

0 : The top right hand corner of cross points to centre of the L, the middle leaf touches end of E. R : and E : As last. A. 31 39a. E : Plain. A. 31a >

/i.

" < s

40.

0 : The top right hand corner of cross as last, the middle leaf points between T and period. R: and E: As last. A. 32

40a.

E : PAYABLE IN H U L L AND IN L O N D O N - X X -

, W

A. 32a 406.

E : PAYABLE

IN

LONDON

BRISTOL

CASTER.

Rarity

Nos. 29, 38, 39a, 406, R.

31, 37, scarce.

The others, common.

&

LAN-

A. 32fc


X o t b i a n.

424

EDINBURGH. / #

ili' <Jrr*

1792.

jL/'ft

l i f j " a •:&? y

•JL.v S .^>SLt**T

41.

42.

0 : Top right hand corner of cross points to centre of the letter L. Date 1792. 7i: The thistle bud is in a straight line with end of E. A. 33

x ^ T in

*

m

/

i 5

^

43.

*•

> , {

rV

%

\

0 : As last. ft: Similar. The thistle to second limb of N.

f

45.

it

#

c\

•£

J

3.

43

*

iipf

U

w

rr^r

0 : Top right hand of cross points between L and A, the period midway between two leaves. R : The thistle bud points to first limb of second N, the top leaf to beginning of foot of Y. A. 34

44. 0 : Top right hand of cross points to end of the L, the middle leaf to the period. R : The thistle bud points to the end of second N, the toil leaf to the period. A. 35

bud points

.. *1iL

0 : Top right hand of cross points to beginning of A, the middle leaf to the period. R : The top leaf points between the N and the Y. A. 36

46.

0 : Top right hand of cross as last, period between the two leaves. R: The thistle bud points to end of second N, the top leaf to foot of Y. A. 37

COUNTERFEITS. 47. 0 : The workmanship of this is not so good as previously, the left hand top of cross is above the E of " ME," which in the last pointed to the beginning of that letter; otherwise very similar. The thistle bud opposite the space between the two N'S, the top leaf to the foot of the Y. PAYABLE

AT

THE

WAREHOUSE

OP

HUTCHISON.

47a. E : Milled. 476. E : Plain (not in collar). 47C.

E : PAYABLE

AT

ANGLESEY

CONGLETON.

THO

&

ALKS A-

A. 38n A. 386 LIVERPOOL

OR

47d. E

: PAYABLE AT T H E W A R E H O U S E OF THOMAS

47e.

e :

CLACKE. PAYABLE —

47f.

E:

LONDON LIVERPOOL &

LONDON OR BRISTOL. MONTROSE.


425 1

o t h i a n.

•Til? 'jr)

EDINBURGH.

i* ^

c o u n t e r f e i t s .

;<

1792.

48.

al?^a/£.

O: The right hand comer of cross points to beginning of L, the leaf is opposite the period. R . The thistle bud points between the N and the Y, the top leaf points below the period. E . PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF THOMAS CLACKE . X X . A 40

c : \ <a •„••'--vij,.. "<z'r.

48a. E: Milled.

A. 89a

* a ,t± j

1790.

49.

49a.

O : Similar to preceding, but dated 1796. R : Similar. Thistle bud between NN. E . PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF THOMAS CLACKE . X X . A. 4 0 E : PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL. A. 40a

495. e:

Plain. No. 49 also in brass. VARIETIES.

50.

Nos. 50-51. o : As No. 40. r : A ship sailing, &c. e :

PAYABLE

IN

LONDON

BRISTOL

&

CASTER.

50a. e: 51.

LANA. 41

Engrailed.

A. 41a

R: A female seated, leaning on a harp. H1BERNIA. E : PAYABLE

IN

LONDON

BRISTOL

&

CASTER.

51a. e:

Plain.

52.

View of a public building. EDINBURGH HALFPENNY 1796. Upon the ground in small letters is WRIGHT D E S . FX :

0

""SELLS' m m

s V? 1

A. 42a

REGISTER

• iWHSSizi: bz-

LANA. 42

OFFICE.

REGISTER OFFICE FOUNDED

•" i i i illijzhi oj f ilOCjLLZiJ -j coejjja I ^4' laa-r-rojj ,/--jea

1774.

R : The figure of Britannia seated, and part of a ship. BRITANNIA. A. 43 58.

SANDERSON'S. 0 : A rose and thistle surmounted by a crown. R. SANDERSON & c? N ° 17 SOUTH BRIDGE EDINBURGH.

53

R.

S E L L S J ALL KINDS OF | WOOLLEN & LINNEN |

DRAPERY

GOODS

|

HABERDASHERY

BUTTONS WATCHES | & 0 | CHEAP.

54.

O: An eagle preying on a snake.

r:

Rarity—Nos. 48, 47e, /, 496, 51a, RRR. 47a, o, R.

41, 46, 48, scarce.

A. 44 Legend

same as last. Same as last.

42, 47, c, d, 48a, 49, a, 58, 54, RR. The others, common.

A. 45

|


426

Xotbian. EDINBURGH.

r,T,T /

Aii

ZlrJDZ

Same as last. S E L L instead of S E L L S , and LINEN instead of LINNEN, and a comma after

03

( ••//bollsvisillhssi I ilit.rU'Ef:/ GOODS H'ii' £ o

BUTTONS.

A. 46

Same as last. SELL

| ALL

LINEN

SORTS

CLOTHS

OF | WOOLLEN |

BREECHES

AND

STUFFS

FANCY VESTS | HATS STOCKINGS | GLOVES,

1

r -

&C. | CHEAP.

H. V

A. 47

WRIGHT'S.

,7 .Ji ll'llll'iu,,.;r PFc

A

,.•.•""»«/////

IOHN

WRIGHT

HIGH

STREET

EDINBURGH.

i i L i i

Similar to last,

c?" j.ll so j it £ of = ./ooll&bl, A>JL I LiAiJi-W £LOTiis. §£;i.£j«ci t >j v vz \ f>i>i . jisrz, \ui--rs, S'r'jC^i>iOS, £>LO ViCS, <&C GflEAP

ram.

SELLS

instead of

SELL.

A. 48 Nos. 58-57 are struck in brass. 58.

0

LEITH. A ship and boat sailing by a fort. SUCCESS TO THE PORT OF L E I T H 1 7 9 6 .

j 33

«

There is a small triangular Hag on the look-out of fort. A female seated holding a wand in one hand and a pair of scales in the other, a thistle behind her, packages and a cask in front labelled TEA and GIN ; the end of the wand touches the letter u of " H O U S E . " PAYABLE AT

' /' C

s %

THE HOUSE OF JOHN WHITE KIRK-GATE LEITH. A. 50

-y ~ i,

1 /-

ihll-f

; • m

0

Similar to No. 58, but no flag on the look-out, and three cannons in place of the three arches. The end of wand points to the letter E of " T H E , " the packages, scales, and thistle are all different, and the inscriptions " GIN ' and " TEA are less distinct. A. 49

60. O

A ship sailing, at bottom sprigs of leaves. * L E I T H HALFPENNY. Figure of Britannia seated, holding spear and palm branch (?) * LEITH

59.

HALFPENNY. PAYABLE GOW BALD^

%\

/£ t — ' lr iJ

S - M w M w ®

%

A. 51 A. 51d

Similar to last, but there is a rope hanging like a festoon from end of bowsprit. ; Similar, but the palm branch (?) has more simple points, and the end of legend is farther from the EX : line. : Same as No. 60. A. 52 61a. F. : Plain.

61 /£ y | * f e ;

+ + +

: 1797. EDINBURGH & GLASS-

PAYABLE AT THE SHOP OF J O S E P H ARCHI-

60rt.

i-i

EX

IN L E I T H

U:


427

X o t b i a n, FARTHINGS.

EDINBURGH. <>2.

0: St. Andrew with his cross between thistles. ^

NEMO ME I M P U N E L A C E S S I T .

Ex

\ 1790.

R : The a n n s of Edinburgh between thistles, crest tin anchor. EDINBURGH HALF HALFPENNY. E Milled A. 58

35P1$§B>

4 64.

O : Similar to last, but dated 1791. R : and E : As last.

A. 54

O: Similar to last, but dated 1792. R : and E : As last.

A. 55

65.

The dies of No. 66 struck upon a halfpenny flan.

E . PAYABLE IN LONDON BRISTOL & CARMARTHEN . X .

66.

O: Similar to No. 65. R. Similar, but legend reads, EDINBURGH FARTHING E : Milled. A 5fi 66a. Thicker flan, fine milling. 66b. E : Plain (in collar). A. 56a 66c. E : Plain (not in collar). Large and small flans. No. 66 also in silver. 67.

'1u v fj q&h'l sot j df V .g'tj&i " • v.-

V, .

"

O: Same as last. R '• FARTHING YOUNGEST SON OF FORTUNE.

E : Milled obliquely.

A. 57

0 : and E : Same as last. R : An anchor and cable, H O P E F U L FARTHING. On thick and thin flans.

A. 58

>

68.

/o

r_>

69.

0 : A shield between sprigs, bearing the Prince of Wales' crest in first quarter, and a letter E in the third. R : A bird sitting on the branch of a tree, PRO BONO PUBLICO.

iorjo

=

70.

E x :

1796.

O : Same as last. R : PRO | BONO | PUBLICO.

I. f U i i i - j e o

71.

A. 59

O : As last. R : The L of "

PUBLICO

Ex

: 1796.

A. 60

" under space between o and

N.

72.

O : A crown radiated above a thistle. 1795. EDINBURGH FARTHING. A small star on either side, and a small ornament at bottom. A. 61 72a. E : Milled on very thick flan. R:

R a r i t y - N o s . 60a, 61a 65, 72a, RRR.

55, 56, 57, 66a, c, 67, 71, RR.

62, 63, 64, 69, scarce.

The others, common.

66, a, 70 72 R.


428

t b i a n. EDINBURGH. B L A C K I E & CO. 73.

0 : T.

C?

BLACKIE STREET

22

GREEN-SIDE

*

*

A. 62

R : TEAS S P I R I T S & WINES,

(A. 63—see No. 134.) COTTON'S. 74.

o:

GEORGE COTTON TOBACCONIST.

R : S N U F F SHOP

1 2 . NORTHBRIDGE.

A. 64

CRERAR'S.

z. (soo-ra a

75.

0 : JOHN

. w w

CRERAR N °

NEWINGTON R : TEAS

WINES

60

SOUTH BRIDGE AND

PLACE, SPIRITS

ALES

*

&

CERIES *

GROA. 71

DICKSON'S.

jio-j-ra 76.

0 : DICKSON & M C DOUGAL 3 6

-

ST

^oc>5

R : TEA D E A L E R S AND *

77.

0: R

r

r

GROCERS *

A. 65

DOJG'S.

_ J ^ U

'/

SOUTH BRIDGE

*

Two ornaments. A tea chest, a basket, and two bottles. A. 66

F . DOIG LAWNMARKET EDIN r

DOUGLAS'S.

g-i.j O •• I - <••.*<•'••

78.

0 : JA

8

DOUGLAS . D E A L E R IN TEAS W I N E S &C.

R -. PAYABLE AT N ° 1

GILMORE PLACE.

ONE

FARTHING.

(A. 67-68—see Nos. 156-157, page 448. A. 69 is an Irish Token.) FORBES'.

s/ail.uusft&s, mw'•••*•

79.

o : J A M E S FORBES 2 1

BRISTO.

R : W I N E S & S P I R I T S WARRANTED G E N U I N E .

GALLOWAY'S.

arisfji.

80.

0:

ALEX® GALLOWAY *

107

W E S T BOW *

R : TEAS S P I R I T S WINES & GROCERIES,

Also struck in brass.

A.

<0


-129

1 o t b i a n. V M r- •

EDINBURGH.

>

i m s

GLASS'.

c0mx40u. 81.

0 . JAMES GLASS . N° 15 * BLAIR STREET * R : SPERMACETI & COMMON . OILS.

82.

0:

JAMES GLASS. N? 8 HUNTER SQUARE.

R : As last. HAIR'S.

83.

0 : Three

sugar - loaves,

G E O R G E . HAIR .

GROCER.

11 A canister inscribed TEA with a star below. TEA . AND . S P I R I T . D E A L E R . A. 72 HARRISON'S.

84.

O : A coronet above two sceptres (torches ?), H-H at the sides, a wreath above. r : A bunch of flowers, with an ornament top and bottom. A 73 84 Bis. 0 : As last. I< . Similar. The bottom ornament has a star in the centre. (See page 455 for illustration.)

«sc%

v ~'(

^.'s's-iuita >-

85.

O : Same as last. R : Similar, but the ornaments at top and bottom are very different and have a star in the centre of each. A. 74

86.

0 : Similar to last, but without the H-H and the two objects are more like sceptres. . Similar to last, but not the same die. A. 75

LA'ra

HAVENS'.

'•\

-*s

X2ii SifOi'

87.

HENDRIE'S. 88.

J-j}rljL*iLi'' i

O : A. HENDRIE GROCER EDINBURGH.

TWO

ornaments. J> • A c a n i s t e r ,

! CyJiC ' J i i f l '/faf

B. HAVENS 8 3 SOUTH-BRIDGE &C. SPIRITS WINES. 11: LATE SHEPPARD'S TEA SHOP. A. 7 6

Also in brass. (A. 77—see No. 168, page 448.)

/£r - ^

i 'Ui(JZ2Ji'

0:

SH0P

*'*' ' '

A. 78

89.

O : Similar to last, but the bottom ornament farther from the legend. R i As last. jq

90.

o : J . HOGG CANONMILLS. r : TEAS & SPIRITS.

J.'il O & G

HOGG'S.

i-'j-iu.

Rarity-Nos. 78, 75, 78. 79,81, 82, 84 BU, EE. 77, scarce.

A. HENDRIES TEA & SPIRIT

^

A 80

74, 76, 80, 83, 85. 87, 88. 80, 90, E.

The others, common.


480

t h t a n. wmzjls-x-*

EDINBURGH.

j

nuw^jsz

aii uii-nts* % * 'j

HUNTER'S. 91.

JOHN HUNTER N° 2 1 2 COWGATE & 1 0 9 HIGH STREET.

0

r v j\

GENUINE TEAS DIRECT FROM THE * INDIA HOUSE * A. 8 1

i tu ss'-l j'-s's

7 <2WJ t A pr

JOHNSTONE'S. ^3i-92.

<-? " % •sonnct-jim's

M

0

W

r

TEA & SPIRIT DEALER.

JOHNSTONE 2 1 0 * PLEASANCE *

zl £: jfjxijcyj'

JOHNSTON'S. 93.

r

o : JAMES JOHNSTON TOBACCONIST EDINBURGH. Two ornaments. R • DEALER IN FOREIGN & FANCY * SNUFFS * A. 8 3 (A. 8 4 — s e e No. 167, page 449.)

%

! „ vr.tii-m

m

KIRKWOOD'S.

94 94. s i l l 'J 'cji^o^oa'sa

A. 82

w^il z -i cmvmibjg' v •" i'

\"J

\mizc,

0 : KIRKWOOD MARKET STREET EDINBURGH. R : TEAS SPIRITS WINES * & GROCERIES * A. 8 5 LEWIS'.

95.

o : JA8 LEWIS 1 7 7 CANONGATE AND 6 MARKET S GROCER WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT. TwO R: ornaments. A. 86

'i MACARRA'S.

-iiUii&ii

96.

i Jtf?*;

tva

<>?a i.g;-

0 : CHARLES MACARRA 2 8 PORTS-BURGH. R • TEAS SPIRITS WINES * & GROCERIES * A. 8 7

!)7

o l ^c^vriis.'Aii'.rS > l''' J x

McFARLAN. 97.

0 : MALCOLM MCFARLAN. TEA DEALER GROCER. A p a i r of s c a l e s . R : PROVISION WAREHOUSE STREET.

61

&

CATHCART

McLAREN'S. 98.

C

0 '• R. M LAREN 2 9 -a- ELDER . STREET * R : TEA & SPIRIT DEALER.

A. 8 8

McQUEEN & STEEL'S. 99.

C

0

M QUEEN & steel'S OIL TICKET.

R:

Between an ornament and N° 17. NETHERBOW.

a thistle,


X o t b t a n.

481

EDINBURGH. MEIKLE'S. 100

a

V

1

U j. 1 '-/-luzi

101

y'oilzji

101.

0 : ANDW MELROSE TEA & SPIRIT WAREHOUSE 3 0 1 CANNONGATE. R : A s u g a r - l o a f a n d a c a n i s t e r l a b e l l e d tea. GENUINE TEAS DIRECT FROM THE -» INDIA HOUSE * A. 9 0

102.

O : ANDW MELROSE & C° 8 3 SOUTH BRIDGE & 3 0 1 HEAD OF . CANONGATE. R : As last. A. 9 1 I n s o m e c a s e s TEA d o e s n o t s h o w .

103.

0 : A s l a s t , b u t 8 3 SOUTHBRIDGE o n l y . R : As last.

MELROSE'S.

&

<>i a

m % r> j o ' j - r j j -D J ' < 0 . 2 '4 ^

0 : GEO. MEIKLE 8 6 GRASS MARKET. R : TEAS SPIRITS WINES * & GROCERIES isA. 89

•,

i_I

j yjg

100.

s'^liti'i* r. >'1132

f.^z.-uiua JS*»' 102

PlrU\T

MILNE'S. 104.

O : JOHN MILNE 1 5 1 * PLEASANCE * R : WINES TEAS SPIRITS * GROCERIES &9? * A. 9 2 MITCHELL'S.

105.

O : JAMES MITCHELL TOBACCONIST. R : A r o l l of t o b a c c o a n d t w o l e a v e s o v e r two crossed pipes, CANONGATE. A. 9 3

106.

0 : A t e a - c h e s t , c. MONCRIEFF . 4 9 7 LAWNMARKET. R : TEAS . SPIRITS WINES . & GROCERIES. A. 9 4

«£/&*-

MONCRIEFF'S. ^tnraa:

& 1 0 6

blips' / -5 ' v .,

MORRIS'.

-f / V

107.

MORRIS 4 CATHERINE STREET. A quatrefoil below. R : TEAS WINES AND SPIRITS. A n o r n a m e n t at top and bottom. A. 9 5

108.

O :

c^rif^itxK SPIJUTS

3Tit2£X

O : JA

rv-^

MORTON'S.

i / l tiOJJLtiUii

V

8

J

DAVID MORTON 9 6 NICOLSON STREET * EDINBURGH * R : TEAS SPIRITS WINES * & GROCERIES * A. 9 6 NICHOLSON'S.

-y \jjtu Cxi o#s£oi r-f GilO'J^'il

45

*u •

109.

uiuukl^-l*4£& <?

109

Rarity—No. 97, RRR.

95, 99, 103, 107, R R .

91, 93, 98, scarce.

The

O : A t e a - c h e s t , D NICHOLSON GROCER & SPIRIT DEALER. R : BROUGHTON S T UNION PLACE & PRESTONHOLM. A. 9 7 92, 94, 96, 100, 101, 104, 106, 108, R . others, common.


432

X o t b i a n. a -uiii jui-v y'j-liuld Till

EDINBURGH.

j'xlfz&s

NIMMO'S. 110.

^.v'^0 •v

. •

*y\#1 •J 3TATE XC/XXEiCj

r-

! •* S O I / A i l 111

NIVISON'S.

v^/ii'tr5: 111.

h v i v j \ JAIVJas'3-' Sti&Uii!

\

O : ROBERT NIMMO GROCER EAST MARKET STREET. /? : GENUINE TEAS DIRECT FROM THE * INDIA HOUSE * A. 9 8

/ 'XiiA (is f 3i<iiiiur ' JX3A.L

O : NIVISON'S STATE LOTTERY OFFICE. r : 2 S T PATRICK SQUARE * EDINBURGH *

PATERSON'S. 112.

ST JAMES's

o:

A. & J . PATERSON N? 1 0 SQUARE. r : TEA & SPIRIT DEALERS.

E: Milled. 112a. F, : P l a i n . Also struck in brass.

f

A. 99

;

^

'

J

PICKEN'S. Sput,

-/

4l

113.

0:

Arms.

R: A

«.

EDINR FARTHING.PAYABLE, AT +

fisherman

c a r r y i n g a fish basket.

PICKEN . FISH . TACKSMAN.

EX:

1793.

A. 100

t, POLLANDS'. 114.

d

i'1- i

JOHN POLLANDS 4 1 HANOVER S T AND 2 GREENSIDE S T EDIN? R \ TEA DEALER AND GROCER. TwO S m a l l 0:

?

ornaments.

A. 101

(A. 102-103—see Nos. 4 0 - 4 1 , page 417.) REITH'S. V'-,o':--

115.

,f f/ - 5 t

0:

REITH N° 1 WEST BOW * TEA DEALER & GROCER * R : A t e a - c h e s t , WINES & FOREIGN SPIRITS.

A. 104 REYNOLDS'. 116.

O : A ship sailing, J. REYNOLDS. R : * 8 * between o r n a m e n t s . SAINT : LEONARDS : EDINBURGH.

A. 1 0 5

ROBB'S. 117.

o:

ALEXK ROBB TIN-SMITH * CANONGATE *

R : PAYABLE AT under.

289.

Palm

branches A. 106

RODGERS'. 118.

S

o: THO RODGERS 1 2 3 O CANONGATE O R : TEA & SPIRIT DEALER. A. 107


433

X o t b i a n. /

110

IDS V . JiJSiJ % j '5 *si .jljzs *i •fl | pi] %r

EDINBURGH. RUSSELL'S. 119.

0:

ALEX R R U S S E L L WINE & SPIRIT DEALER.

R : INDIA TEA WAREHOUSE 1 0 6 HIGH S T R E E T &

/•ju

119 Bis.

243

* CANONGATE -X-

O : Similar. " ALEXH

4 "A " jj-t'.j-hl

A. 108

Smaller dot under R of " T of " SPIRIT " closer

to L. R : As last. (See page 455 for illustration.)

120

SCOTT'S. 120.

0 : MICHAEL SCOTT VICTUAL DEALER 1 W E L LINGTON s T

(%*"»

d

Jp.

>

R : FLOUR

— S i O^iii '

* BRAN *

& SHEALINGS.

SCUOGALL & DRYSDALE'S. 121.

121

0 : SCUOGALL & DRYSDALE 2 2 3 HIGH S T T & 14

SO. JAMES ST T

* EDIN K

R : TEA COFFEE & SUGAR WAREHOUSE.

^

quatrefoils.

T-Z-ii.

Two

A. 109

SINCLAIR'S. 122.

0 : D. SINCLAIR TEA DEALER 1 4 * TERRACE -* R : SPIRITS PORTER & ALES.

122

A. 110

(A, 111 is an Irish piece.) STEELE'S. 123.

O:

JOHN S T E E L E ' S TIN & *

R : PAYABLE 2 2 4

*

OIL-SHOP *

CANONGATE *

A. 112

STEUART'S.

123 124.

O : Three sugar-loaves,

STE VART . GROCER.

R : STEUART'S WAREHOUSE EDINBURGH.

r-

%

i / / I J J j I JJJ

j i j " s* u c:

star top a n d bottom.

/ •a-zjajj/'j

A

A. 113

SWANSTON'S. 125.

124

O : D. SWANSTON TEA & SPIRIT MERCHANT. R : WINES . HEAD OF BROWN STRT PLEASANCE.

A. 114 THALLON'S. 126.

O : W i t h i n an oval formed by 26 dots, 370. R. THALLON

+ GALLOWGATE +

R : A pair of scales,

TEAS . SUGARS &

GROCERIES.

125

127.

A. 115

O : Similar, but 32 dots form the oval. R : As last. (See page 455 for illustration.) Nos. 126-127 should have been included with the Glasgow pieces.

126

Rarity—Nos. 112, 113, RRR.

(A. 116—see No. 192, page 450.)

I l l , 119 Bis, 120, 125, RR. 115, 118, 124, 127, R. 110, 114, 117, 121, 122, 123, scarce. The others, c o m m o n .


484 X o t b i a n .

fa

fa-

ir/~-r

'-gl

m

EDINBURGH.

-

THOMSON'S. 128 128.

0 : A ship sailing. THOMSONS * WAREHOUSE * EDIN.r * Legend commences at top over centre m a s t . 1!: A crown. THOMSONS * WAREHOUSE * EDIN.R * Legend commences to right of bottom. A. 117

129.

0 : As before, the D of "EDIN." directly over centre m a s t . R : As before, the N of " THOMSONS " over centre of crown. A. 118

130.

0 : As before, the E of "EDIN." comes over the centre mast. R : As before, the star over centre of crown. A. 119

131.

0 : As before, the E of " W A R E H O U S E " is over the centre m a s t . R: Nearly like No. 129. The centre of crown points to first limb of N. A. 120

/c. y & , r j r . ^ i 129

m

k

<&t*43

y^r^r/rr 130

^fa©

V ^ m r n

.

"i

:lip/j

l

litis:l

132.

0:

P. THOMSON 2 5 9

R : An o r n a m e n t ,

*

HIGH S T R E E T *

TEAS

SPIRITS

&

CERIES.

or/z

Nos. 129 and 131 also struck in brass. WALKER'S.

•J i f A 3 133.

i sj'isny

•jjli-tu

" ''YJ lJ£2

& iXI'-TiJ ^

0 : A. J . & M. WALKER 5 R:

:

j 4

GRO-

A. 1 2 1

134.

LEITH STREET.

TEAS SPIRITS & W I N E S .

A. 122

0 . WALKER BLACKIE & CO. 5 L E I T H S T R E E T .

A small o r n a m e n t below. R : S a m e as last.

'-

A. 63

(A. 123-124—see Nos. 144 & 146, page 435.) WEMYSS'. f -J'iJitTait

j

135.

o:

D. WEMYSS TEA DEALER 2 1

*

AIIBEY *

R : SPIRITS PORTER & ALES.

135

WILLIAMSON'S. -pi,

Jufc. y-'A 1 & 'A a v i i i s s *£ j

ixi£.'Oii;o:jo ?• xxzzz-t s?

A. 125

136.

0 : JAMES WILLIAMSON 7 6 NICOLSON S T R E E T * EDIN® * R : DEALER IN TEAS WINES . SPIRITS &C.

A. 126

136 R a r i t y — N o . 132, R R .

130, 183, 184, 135, 136, R.

128, 129, 181, scarce.


485

X o t b i a n.

EDINBURGH.

WINTON'S.

M

m

, , ?A jjg^gji

0 j h & y j f & a

m m 17 » ' " c r f f M p

6

BAXTER.

,

m s

z s t l i i *

®

|

\

-l&rrn

' s c ? o * p

188

137. 0 :

A r o l l of t o b a c c o , JAMES WLNTON * TOBACCONIST * R : * SNUFF SHOP * 6 CATHERINE STREET. A. 1 2 7

188.

189

0: BAXTER EDINR R : CRAIG LEITH.

140.

0 : p & E. // : ('RAIG-LEITH.

141.

0 : MCFARLANE. ZI : + GROCER + & SPIRIT DEADER.

189.

0: BAXTER EDINR R : RAVELSTON.

<j i i A I LJ LZl'lli

142.

il

ITS s ' / ' j ' li^y

() : A c a n i s t e r i n s c r i b e d TEA w i t h a s t a r b e l o w , TEA . AND . SPIRIT . DEALER. R : A wheatsheaf. A. 1 2 8 m - j o a

o: MASON BAKER. R : T h e s a m e as last.

148.

f 144.

-r'-r

VIA > •

145.

0 : J . WATT. R : R o l l of t o b a c c o .

3 J

VI i I K •

G V-OCe. i57 • f / i e-

& A y-.

O : A r o l l of t o b a c c o a n d t h r e e l e a v e s , JOHN WATT * TOBACCONIST * R: 2 1 CHARLES STREET. A. 1 2 4

vS I

*Sf> ,>/ 'i-^y

FISHERROW.

z'xjl&z'f

T h i s v i l l a g e n o w f o r m s p a r t of Musselburgh. WATT'S. 1 4 6 . o : W. WATT . GROCER . FISHERROW. R : TEAS . WINES . & SPIRITS. A n octagonal o r n a m e n t below " WINES." A. 123

LEITH. v wazz't? ' hZl l'ii

id

jtloustj

DAVID GRIEVE 4 6 KIRKGATE LEITH. R : TEAS SPIRITS WINES * A GROCERIES * A. 1 8 4

148.

if Oi!

4 a < f •,<

''!

1 4 7 . o:

O : VICTUAL COMPANY 4 7 GILES' STREET * LEITH * R : MEAL BARLEY & FLOUR * WAREHOUSE * T w o o r n a ments. A. 1 3 5

j

Wi'g'&ji

0 -so >! i j j j l ^ .

c;'xicsi! ffo*'

PORTOBELLO. 149.

O : ALKXK GRIEVE GROCER * PORTOBELLO. R : TEAS SPIRITS PORTER & ALES. A. 1 4 1 (Atkins' Nos. 1 2 9 - 1 3 8 a n d

150.

1 3 6 - 1 4 0 , see p a g e s 4 4 8 - 4 5 1 . )

Rarity—Nos. 138, 139, 140, 141, 150, RRR. 147, scarce.

O : T. MORTON GROCER PORTOBELLO. R : TEAS . WINES . & SPIRITS.

137, 142, 143, 146, 148, 149, R.

144, c o m m o n .

*


486

P e r t h s h i r e . LFPENN1ES.

PERTH. 1.

O : A m a n dragging a fishing net to the shore, a boat lying on the beach. R E T E TRAHITO FAUSTE.

Ex

: WRIGHT

J O N . R DES.

R : A bridge, and d i s t a n t view of hills.

R777T7379T7

PERTH

HALFPENNY

1797.

F.X\

TAY-

1770. T h e a r m s of P e r t h in a sunk circle and motto BRIDGE

FINISH-ED

PRO REGE L E G E ET OBEGE.

E

PAYABLE

ON

DEMAND

BV

JOHN

FERRIER

+++ ++ Also struck in silver.

f* 2.

A. 1

0 : Similar. Wider space between J U N . R and D E S . R : Similar to preceding, but without the date above the hills. A. 2

3.

O : Similar to last, but the rising bank at the back of the fisherman is lumpy, whereas in the f o r m e r it was a regular slope. R : S a m e as last. A. 8 8a. E : P l a i n .

rttm

4.

,

i

s

-

0 : View of a church, P E R T H HALFPENNY 1797. Ex: a? JOHNS CHURCH. A r m s and m o t t o in a sunk circle. B : A watermill and trees, WRIGHT DES under. 46

WATER : MILLS

FOR

BLEACHING

.

PRINTING . COTTON WORKS . CORN &C.

1 m1 -jj/

* 2

$ % " i - v

X

WITHIN 4

¥ j

MILES OF P E R T H .

A. 4

Also struck in gold and silver. The edges of all are like No. 1, but in some instances there are only 8 or 4 crosses. 5.

si *:/- /.• /-

0 . A h a n k of yarn and a package of dressed flax, dividing the date 17-97 P E R T H . HALFPENNY . . X .

R : T h e a r m s of P e r t h , and m o t t o

PRO REGE

L E G E ET G R E G E . e

: PAYABLE AT WELL

x x

THE

HOUSE OF

PAT.K

MAXA. 5

6.

O : Similar. T h e parcel of flax different. R : and E : As No. 5.

7.

O : Similar. T h e parcel of flax shorter, and 7 of date lines with centre of N. R : and E : As No. 5.

8.

0 : Similar to No. 5. R : T h e tips of the wings nearly touch "LEGE," whereas before they only reached midway between t h a t word and the word on either side. E : As No. 5. A. 6


437

IP e r t b 0 b t r e . PERTH. /

a

\

J

'"

I r n r J I

9.

O: Similar to No. 5, but the legend is more spread and has a star between the beginning and end of it, the package of flax also is much larger. R : Similar to No. 5. Larger letters in legend. E : As No. 5. A. 7

10.

(): A spirit still, casks, &c., in a circle of dots. PAYABLE AT 1>AV1D P E T E R S WINE

"£2» -^'-/f «» '•'•.

K

H*

SPIRIT SHOP.

R : The arms of Perth and motto PRO R E G E L E G E ET O R E O E , upon a label, with a sprig of flowers at each end. P E R T H

t i '

HALFPENNY 1 7 9 7 .

E : Milled diagonally. 10a. E : Straight milling. lOfc. E : Plain (not in collar).

A. 8 A. 8a A. 6b

O: An ancient tower, and vessels lying at a quay, PERTH FARTHING 1798. Ex: MONKS TOWER.

R : A girl watering cloth, laid out bleaching.

IN OUR VICINITY ARE T H E FINEST

STREAMS & F I E L D S FOR BLEACHING IN BRITAIN

Ex

: T. M E N Z I E S DES.

A. 9 Also struck in silver.

•Renfrewshire. PAISLEY. 5"-T>" •vd'sl&l

O : A bishop wearing a mitre and holding a pastoral staff between two shields. P. K.

8CULPSIT

under, PENNY

within

R.

* ARMS 1 7 9 8

R: Interior of a church, ABBEY

CHURCH

BOOG . IUN

an

as

oval.

. DES

PAISLEY

*

of the

INTERIOR REPAIRED

ORIGINAL STILE . A . D . 1 7 8 8

in *

its E x \

in two lines. A. 1 Also in white-metal. There is also a re-strike from badly corroded dies. 2. O: Exterior of a church, ABBEY-CHURCH. AUSPICIO | R. B.

ovmdzd

E x :

FOUNDED (CIRCITER)

1160.

R : As last.

A. 2

GREENOOK. 0 : An anchor, KALLYS TEA SHOP. R : A tree, GREENOCK FARTHING. Rarity—Nos. 8a, 6, 7, 1 0 a b , RRR. 4, 8, R. 9, scarce. The others, common. Renfrewshire: Nos. 1, 3, RRR. 5, RR. 2, R. 4, 6, common.


438

"Renfrewshire. PAISLEY.

r

A - W -z --'tl

J

0 : J. COATS & SON 3 8 BROOMLANDS. R : A h a m suspended, HAM CURERS & GROCERS PAISLEY. A. 3

%

' "0045^

O: Similar, but with two dots as well as a quatrefoil before and after

\sjx>rufic

"BROOMLANDS."

R : As last.

Oil 4-:;:

O: Roll of tobacco, and three leaves. R:

PETER TAYLOR TOBACCONIST. T w o pipes crossed. 2 1 5 HIGH STREET * PAISLEY * A. 4

IRoyburabsbire. riLLl AM i r yjijinull VJILJ

JEDBURGH.

VliAS' E ii mo- tui'istash Cii:OC£ii

O : JOHN REID CANDLE MAKER JEDBURGH. R : DEALER IN SPIRITS TEAS & GROCERIES. A. 1

J Oilii iiZll! 'J All It LZ m a^zu

jxuajix

Scarce.

Selkirkshire. GALASHIELS.

J AxiZ \ J ilO'JZ Z '

ajy.

O : WILLIAM TURNBULL GALASHIELS R : DRAPER IRONMONGER & GROCER

This is RR. Nos. 53-54. For descriptive matter see page 418.

1R o t X o c a I. 1. O : GROCER & WINE MERCHANT.

R : Tea chest between two sugar loaves. TEAS, GROCERIES & SPICERIES.

2. O : As last. R : Similar. Sugar loaves longer, less space between & and s. 0 : Similar.

Wider space between

& a n d WINE.

3'

C>..

R : Similar. The chest larger and the loaves smaller.

'V 1 ! I £ ;

0 : Similar. WINE higher and terminates nearer the R. R : As last. 0 : GROCER & WINE MERCHANT.

star above and below R : The chest larger.

A

WINE.

0 : As last.

7: J -J J ^

R : S i m i l a r , TEAS * COFFEES * & * SPICERIES *

0 : Similar. The & inverted. R: Similar to No. 3, but design not central. 8.

0 : TEA DEALERS AND * GROCERS * R : Tea chest,

WINES & FOREIGN SPIRITS.

Not Local, No. 6, very rare.

The others, scarce.


Jf i f e

s

439

b i r c.

19th Century copper.

LIMEKILNS. 1.

O : * PAYABLE * AT R . MAILLERS LIMEKILNS. R : ONE FARTHING 1 8 1 9 . D. 2

thmtjr

DUNFERMLINE. o : J. KIRK . * . MEROHT HIGH - STREET * R : DUNFERMLINE * FARTHING * 1 8 1 7 .

2.

•jjj !•>.

•'

L >3 uy, A >: i-

^

j

.

D. 1 r

-

% a n a rfcs b \ r e.

,

GLASGOW. 1.

()

D BONE & C° PAYABLE AT GLASGOW.

R: 1808.

2.

D. 6 8.

o : JOHN MCMILLAN & c" 1816 — D. 7 R : TOBACCONIST + GLASGOW +

O : A p a i r of s c a l e s , HENRY REID 1 8 1 5 + CALTON -R . "V R : TEAS . SPIRITS WINES. & GROCERIES. [jtW'ULSZU

I8*4

D. 8

HAMILTON.

O USi valvimilc

U'Oiizil

0 : HAMILTON RETAILERS TOKEN. r : ONE FARTHING 1 8 1 4 .

E: Upright milling. 4a. E : Oblique milling.

I). 11 oust

X o t b t a n. LEITH. 1.

0\ WM CHRISTIE LEITH. R : ONE FARTHING 1 8 1 9 .

R a r i t y — F i f e s h i r e : No. 1, R R R .

D. 19

2, RR. Lanarkshire : Nos. 1, 2, 4a, RR. Lothian : No. 1, R.

4, R.

3, scarce.

This section consists of Farthing tokens struck in lead, tin, or white-metal, and are all exceedingly rare. ,7-'

B e r w i c k s h i r e .

DUNS. 1.

O : * GRAY * TOBACCONIST. R : DUNSE 1 8 1 3 . D. 1

2.

o : KERR . TOBACCONIST. R: DUNSE 1 8 1 7 .

1

15UPAR-ANGUS m

•: 4;-"

:

KIRKCALDY.

(See page 455 for illustration. w\ :)

r

" v

3.

^

o : ECCLES 1 8 1 3 .

R : Blank.

D. 2

Jf i f c s b i r c. 1.

U : G. ANDERSON CUPAR : ANGUS. R : GROCER AND WINE MERCHANT.

2.

O : ROBT KIRK . TOBACCONIST. r : KIRKCALDY FARTHING. TwO p i p e s

crossed.


440

3L o t b i a n. DALKEITH. 1.

O:

JAMES

WHITE

DALKEATH.

R : TOBACCO & O.ROCERIS S H O P .

j j . "•-* f s.l< '-'j\ v ,

2.

,

o : JA S W H I T E

DALKEITH.

R : 1806. 3.

0 : 3 .

D. 16

'

o : A. &

D. 14 J . SCOTT | D A L K E I T H |

ilujll'sil)

1812.

iu t ^ r x - u j \

r'.

MILLAR | D A L K E I T H .

R : 1806. 4.

wmv.x js

R : TEAS I SPIRITS & | W I N E S .

•s'a

w.

]). 15 Nos. 1-144.

TRADESMEN'S TOKENS, in Lead, Tin or Pewter. Collected in Edinburgh between Oct. 1781 and May 1782, by Dr. T H O M P S O N , PROF, ANAT., Included with the Banks Collection in the British Museum. Frequently the name of issuer and address does not appear on the tokens. These are probably unique. OXFORD.

EDINBURGH. 1.

0 : J . A. — R : 1775. JAS. ADAMSON . RAKER . CASTLE

HILL

ANDERSON,

OR

J.

GROCER,

BRIDGE S T

i

M

]

W

/

6 2.

0: G A — H : 6 GEO AITCH1SON, BAKER

3.

O: H A — R . F

4.

0: W A F () : W A L

6.

O: A B F ANNA BEG BY, PYK.BAKER, NEW B R I D G E .

y* v'-, 7.

0 : A B — /?: F

8. 0 : G B GEORGE BEGBY.

9. 0: IB

— R: F

IOHN BOHORE, B E E R K E E P E R , BRISTO' S T R E E T .

10. O : P B P E T E R BOW, BAKER CHAPEL STREET.

%

11. O : I B — R : M, under a F pair of scales. JOHN BRAJDWOOD, BAKER, CROSS.

• •'l

'


141

X o t b i a n. EDINBURGH. 12.

O: I B F

12 x !

JOHN BRAIDWOOD, GROCER, BELOW T H E

jiK/5?

18.

0: I B F

14.

O: I B F

15.

O:

R<

GUARD.

16

R. BRYSON —

R:

F

z.

BAKER, LAWNMARKET

16.

0\ A x B — r :

17.

F 18

See No. 9. O: A C

17

ALEXANDER CHALMERS,

18.

BAKER,

o:

NI CHO L SO N ' S

PARK.

M C — r : F MATHEW COMB, BAKER,

19.

BRISTO' STREET.

19

20.

0 : W C F nil M W CRAIG, THE

21.

O

C — R:

23.

o

24.

O: E C

25.

o :

22

D C

24

C —

r :

26.

O: E C

27.

O: I C - i f :

F

28.

O: I C

29.

O: P C

30.

O: S C

81.

O: W C 4 F

32.

A M

26

ONE F A R T H I N O .

' "• r.r.. i • 28

0 : ad

'

32 — r:

ANDREW

r

BAKER, BELOW

TRON CHURCH.

A C

22.

3^

20

V • J - > " •'

F

DAVIDSON,

G R O C E R , CANONGATE.

33.

0 : D D F DAVID DAVIDSON,

BAKER,

OPPOSITE TRON C H U R C H .

33


X o t b i a n.

442

EDINBURGH. 34. O: D D — :

A flower.

DAVY DAVIDSON, B E E R K E E P E K , GRASSMARKET.

j : / / • > . y 31

35. O: I IJ X

'<£

JOHN

DAVIDSON'S

GROCERY,

FOOT

OF

CROSS CAUSEWAY.

J .

4

36.

0 : A. DUDGEON —

R:

F

37.

0 : j . DUDGEON —

R:

F

a

X

BAKER, COWGATE.

I > n HUEO*

§8. O: R J)~~ ROB" D U D G E O N , BAKER, G R A S S M A R K E T ^ * ^ ' - ^ - - ^ ' 39.

O:

A. DUVAL 1 7 7 3 —

R:

37

F

ANGELO DUVAL, G R O C E R , OPPOSITE

40.

GUARD H O U S E .

O . F D — R: I S D r)

43. 0 : I E — R : A flower.

s

J A M E S EASTON, BAKER, H I G H S T R E E T , BELOW

44.

BRIDGE.

0 : G F — R: F G E 0

'

NEW

.^§£2,

-

FAIRBAIRNE, P Y E - B A K E R ,

H E A D OF COWGATE. 45.

0:

A. F I S H E R —

R:

F

GROCER, COWGATE.

f i

46.

O: D F ~

47.

0: M F

48. 49.

0: R F — R: F 0: I . G 4

,ii n i

J O H N GORDON, BAKER, HIGH

44

y •.

S T R E E T , BELOW NEW B R I D G E .

50.

46

47

0 : D G — R: F DAVID G R E G G , B E E R K E E P E R , PLEASANTS.

51.

0: W G F WM G R E G G , B E E R K E E P E R ,

49

COWGATE.

52.

U: W G F WM

G R E G G , GROCER, COWGATE.

53.

O: D G

54.

0: H G F

55.

O: I G

56.

0:1

M G

t Sii


X o t b i a n.

443

EDINBURGH.

58. 0 : P H P E T E R HAMILTON, BAKER, PLEASANTS.

69.

O : B X H — R: F 1771 ROBERT HAMILTON, BAKER,

;V ; J /• . • • ..

> 7 7 / 6o

CROSS CAUSEWAY.

69

60.

0 : E H — R: F

61.

O: JJ r> — R -. F Legend 89LI °f °b v - inverted.

1?71

62.

0 : H i ) — R: F GEO.

HARDY,

COWGATE

I ] J

f

IJ

• h s.

\ 1

I

}

BAKER, (son

Of

the following). 68.

Tj

0 : W H — R : F

r'|

l

f <

<P-

W

I A .

M

64

/

HARDY, BAKER, COWGATE.

0 : A H — 7?: Two peles. A N D " HAY, BAKER, LAWNMARKET.

66.

0 : G H GEO. HUTCHINSON, BAKER, OPPOSITE

i/racf/ . f-ij ' \ 66

Jij.' r

^ 66.

THE

GUARD.

0 : P H — R: A wheatsheaf.

;i d a n

PETER

HUTCHISON,

^f.'r j/ T . I

1

.

J.

$

BAKER, LAWNMARKET.

67.

o:

T . HUTCHISON.

A flower.

R : ONE F A R T H I N G . m m

,

»

I

fP AM ) r&' '

f \

MERCHANT IN T H E TOWN

V'wj%iSf) • / JJ

OF E D I N B U R G H .

68.

T '

69

T

H U N T E R ' S CHANGE,

.^;V

. ,

O: H — i?: F

69.

0 : A H stamped on an old token.

70.

O: A H stamped on an old token.

71. 0 : G H 78. 0 : I H

T'

70

72. 0 : H H — R: F 74. 0 : M H

c m . i : 75.

0 : W H

76.

O: H

77.

O : E . INNES —

i R : F

llu v; /V

5

"i


I o t b 1 a n.

444

EDINBURGH. O : I x I — R: F

78.

JOHN JOHNSON, BAKER, BELOW TRON CHUROH.

79.

0:8 1

80.

O: E I P

SAUNDERS JOHNSON.

&

's'-jr '•"> m k

81. O: R K ROBERT

KAY, CHEASEMONGER,

OOWGATE.

82. 0 : I K — K : F JOHN KEIR,

BAKER, CROSS.

O: W K — R: 1754

88. 84.

0: A K F AND® KITCHrN, BAKER, OPPOSITE GUARD.

85. O : A K 86. O : H K 1716

&

A ^

87.

O: N K — R : 1781 L

88.

O: A L A L E X E LIVINGSTON, GROCER, CROSS CAUSEWAY.

89.

0: AL ALEX® LIVINGSTON, GROCER, CBOSS CAUSEWAY.

90. 0 : W L W M LYON, HAM-DEALER, HIGH STREET.

m b.

91.0: T L

92. O: L — R: L £ Retrograde. | 94. O: R M 'f-

y•\1 90

98. 0 : F IxM 95.

T-

;

&

~ f i -» m

v O: R M ROB

. #

MACKAY, SMALL GROCER, OPPOSITE GUARD.

94

96.

0:

97.

0 : A M F

three stars and a flower.

J . MASON,

AND® MAXWELL, BAKER, LAWN MARKET.

98. O . I M F JOHN MAXWELL, GROCER, OPPOSITE TRON CHURCH.

99.

•>!'

f

O: I M JOHN

MAXWELL, SMALL

GROCER, NEW BRIDGE.

Nos. 88, 86 and 87 wero probably communion tokens, the K standing for

"

KIRK."

\


1 o t b i a n.

446

EDINBURGH. 100.

O: A M ADAM MURRAY, BAKER, WEST

101.

BOW.

O: P M F PETER

MURRAY,

BAKER,

CROSS CAUSEWAY.

102. ,•(

r

- -

0: P M F PETER

MURRAY,

BAKER,

CROSS CAUSEWAY.

103.

0 : P F

104.

O: R M F

sPi '

- [

PETER

MURRAY.

ROBERT MURRAY, B E E R KEEPER.

105.

O: R M

106.

0:

R M ROBERT MURRAY, BAKER, WEIGH

HOUSE.

107.

0:

DM

R : F

108.

0:

I M — R:

109.

0 : I M — R: F

F

110.

0 : I M — R . F

111.

0:

I M F

112.

0:

L M

118.

0:

W N F /

WILLIAM NICHOLSON, GROCER,

j / <%j.

OPPOSITE

GUARD.

114.

0:

T P THOMAS P E T E R S O N , GROCER,

115.

CROSS.

0 : W R — R: F WM

ROBERTSON, G R O C E R , LAWNMARKET.

116. 0 : I R

117. O : R — R:

I. SANGSTER E D I N R . A bottle. A tankard and a pair of scales. BEERKEEPER, HOUSE,

POTTERS, THE

GLASS

LEITH.

S S

F SAUNDERS SIMROW, BAKER, W E I G H H O U S E .

\

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446

lotbtan. EDINBURGH. 120.

0 : D S — i i : TEA. DAVID SMITH, TEADEALER, NEW BRIDGE STREET.

121.

,

0:

D S — R: DAVID SMITH, BAKER, POTTERS.

u

m

122.

0 : w . SMITH — R : P WM SMITH, BAKER, AIXISON'S SQUABE.

128.

0:

W 8 - / I : 4

F

WM SMITH, BAKER, ALLISON'S SQUARE.

•JfeSS/

124. 0 : A — R: F S Said to be of the same 0 : D S — R: F DAVID SOMERV1LLE, BAKES.

0:

I S F JOHN S0MERVILLE, BAKER, BRISTO 127.

0 : J . SPADIN — R: F GROCER, OPPOSITE GCAHD HOUSE.

128.

0 : MS

— R: F

MURRAY SPOTS',VOOD, BEEKMAU, GRASSMAKKET.

c:

u r n

\

129.

O: A S F ANN STEWART, GROCER, NICHOLSON STREET, T

h

180.

O : I S — R:

F

181.

0:

J S — It: F

182.

0:

IS

JAMES STEWART.

F l- /{ \ 182 - \

M

188.

O: G S F GEO. STOTHARD,, BAKER, J F J TH LUCKEN BOOTH

-

_

-tx 1 8 4 . o : J. STURROCK—r: EDIN h , v •:

u 186

186. O: B S — R : F 186. O: W S — It : A heart. F 187. 0 : A T — / ? . F ANDREW THOMPSON, SMALL GROCER, COWGATE.

187

m


X o t b t a n.

447

EDINBURGH. 138.

0 : G T F GEO. THOMPSON, BAKER, BELOW TRON CHURCH.

189.

O: P T P E T E R THOMPSON, GROCER, CROSS CAUSEWAY.

140.

0 \

three bull's heads a n d a flower.

G. T U R N B U L L ,

n7>.

A : ONE FARTHING.

141.

a bull's head and a flower.

0 : r

BAKER, B R I S T O ' .

G. T U R N B U L L , : FARTHING.

BAKER, BRISTO' S T R E E T

(son of the foregoing). O : R~W

142.

ROBERT W H I T E , BAKER, OPPOSITE EXCHANGE. o : B. YULE —

r :

f

BAKER, W E S T BOW.

J

Yiibiu

•f

0: BY F BAKER,

WEST

BOW.

N o s . 1 4 5 t o N o . 18 N ( a l c o m p, . v . . , . P r i s e t h e F r e u d e n t h a l c o l l e c t i o n i n t h e B r i t i s h M u s e u m of lead a n d F a r t h i n g t o k e n s , . s s u e d t o w a r d s t h e e n d of t h e 1 8 t h o r t h e c o m m e n c e m e n t of t h e , 9 t h c e n t Z S e 2 e 1° ^ 7

r

,re',

991 ' 959

S o

Pec'mens

'

159

'

162

of

'

t h e

167

'

f o l l o w i n g n u m b e r * h a v e b e e n t r a c e d i n p r i v a t e c o l l e c t i o n s : - l 46 1 4 9 1 5 0 1 5 2 i s f 171

'

173

'

1?5

'

181

'

182

NotSri'oTMT'230'232'233'234-

'

187

192

'

Pre8t0nl

'

194

>

200

Perth2

-

202

'

'

207

'4'5'

> 208> 209> •

212

' 213' 214' 215' 22(j'

H-k\21Sef?:

EDINBURGH.

•ijjsj 145.

o : R.

146.

W I N E S 1 7 7 CANONGATE. R : CHEAP TEA SHOP. o : CHA A ANDERSON. r

SPIRITS

&

: COWGATEHEAD E D I N R

0 : D

147.

ALEXANDER

ANDERSON

NO

8

WEST

BOW E D I N R r 148.

0:

: TEAS S P I R I T S GROCERIES &C. W.

BAIN

TOBACO

SNUFF

CALTON S T R E E T . r 149.

150.

: BUTTER & C H E E S WAREHOUSE.

O:

w.

r :

ONE FARTHING 1 8 1 3 .

BEGG

139

o :

j.

r :

FARTHING

BROWN L N

COWGATE. D. 1

MT

1805.

D. 2

mitbt


448

TL o t b i a n. EDINBURGH. 1 5 1 . 0 : WM. CALDER EDINBURGH. ft: TEAS & SPIRITS 1 8 0 6 . D . 8 152.

O : J. CAY TIN SHOP. r : OILS 5 7 CALTON.

153.

o : D. CHALMERS F. r : GEORGE STREET.

154.

0 : J. P. CHRISTIE TOBACCONIST. r : ROYAL EXCHANGE 1 8 1 2 . D . 4

155.

o : J N DICK GROCER R : 5 2 3 LAWN MARKET.

A. 129 156.

o : AD. DOUGLASS EDINR r : TOBACCONIST LAWN MARKET

1811.

D. 5

A. 67

0 : ALEXR DOUGLAS. F. r : CANDLE MAKER. A. 68 O : J. DUNLOP. r : CARNEGIE STREET. 159.

- /

ALEXR GALLOWAY. 1 0 7 WEST BOW. r : TEAS SPIRITS WINES & GROCERIES. A. 7 0 o:

160.

0 : GREIG. R : EDINK

161.

0 : H. HARDIE EDIN" R : L " MKT

162.

O : J . HARDIE GROCER. r : N° 1 0 1 NICHOLSON STREET. FARTHING.

163.

0 : R:

164.

HAVENS. 8 3 SOUTH BRIDGE.

A. 77

0 : s. HOPPORTON. 3 2 4 LAWNMARKET.

r : Tea chest & basket of bottles.

•. j v j j i

165.

o: J HUNTER & c o EDINE r : BRITANNIA. 1 FARTHING.

166.

o: T. HUTCHISON. R : ONE FARTHING.

I—J


X o t b i a n. EDINBURGH. 167.

O : JOHNSTON. ] 0 0 HIGH STREET. : SNUFF SHOP. A. 8 4

168.

0 : .1. JOHNSTON MEAL DEALER. R 5 4 CROSSCAUSEWAY.

169.

0

PAYABLE AT 1 8 3 . HIGH ST. LAWR1E & CO.

R 170.

O

JOHN LEES TOBACCONIST. LAWN MARKET.

Two pipes crossed over a roll of tobacco. 171

-L&XSi

O

D MCBEATH NO 6 WEST PORT. MEAL & BARLEY WHOLESALE & RETAIL.

172.

0

MC DOUGAL & C° 7 2 HIGH STREET. SPIRIT WAREHOUSE.

173.

G A. M?EWEN. R WATER OF LEITH 1 8 0 6 . D. 20

174.

0

MCKAY HIGH STREET GROCER. BRITANNIA. 1 FARTHING.

174 Bis.

O : M'KAY GROCER. R: EDINE A. 1 3 0

175.

H. MACFARLANE. MARKET.

0

• I f f OH n-.££'J

LAWN

Tankard. 176.

0 : J . MARSHALL TOBAC S T

C//! A s

: FOUNTAIN W E L L .

177.

0 : MENELAWS. 1805.

WEST BOW

: TEA & S P I R I T W A R E H O U S E .

Tea chest between two sugar loaves. D. 6 jlloiljt.

178.

0

JAS.

M I L L & CO.

GRASS MARKET. 179.

0

V MIONE. 828

180. 0

'ill t uttWR.

LAWNMARKET.

WILL

M

MORRISON

HIGH

STREET.

b i'iiiuae

EDINR

181. 0

A.

PINKERTON

&

CO.

GROCER. NO 8 8 H I G H S T R E E T EDIN®

A. 1 8 1

182. 188.

O D. PURDIE WEIGH HOUSE. R EDINr 1806. D. 7. A. 182 0 R E I T H ' s TEA W A R E H O U S E . NO.

1

BOWHEAD E D I N H

l r"

4

1

' i?.< ',iij t '


% o t b t a n. \ A'LVA

MO BB

i84

, - °•

' /

r : CANONGATE. 0 : ALEX® ROBB. CANONGATE. fi : BRITANNIA 1 FARTHING.

185.

O : ALEXR BOSS, HIGH STR fi: FARTHING.

186.

Lim'th/frr/,

'x*

0 : SHAW 17 WEST BOW ED1N 11 R : TEAS SPIRITS WINES GROCERIES.

187.

/(

>j<

^

D)

188.

0 : SINTONS & c o . OILMEN. fi: 8 7 & 3 2 7 HIGH STREET.

189.

0 : M. SPOTS WOOD PORTER DEALER. fi: 5 2 8 LAWNMARKET.

190.

0:

\ 191. I IU/YI T \ M

198.

;: V » • ,| ^ ... sa ^ i.y j1

194

m ••HS5K , -'A

s

A

A. 116

O : R. TORRANCE TIN & OIL SHOP. R : 6 4 CROSSCAUSEWAY.

J. I

'>•4*0*

UXirilJi

0 : J. THOM CHINA MERCHT R : COWGATE. FARTHING.

D. 12.

p.

lmizti

0 : G. SUTHERLAND GROCER. R - PAYABLE AT MY SHOP NO. 9 8 NICHOLSON STRE

192.

-y

«

M. & J. STEEL CORN CHANDLERS. r : 19 SOUTH FREDRICK STREET.

Y \I FJI-V

r,f'

a l z i ii f j k j f Sf

ae lxR kobb

EDINBURGH.

'

195.

196.

0 :

J 0 H N WATSON

-

r : NO. 8 8 HIGH STREET EDIN" A. 1 8 8

l/iVjFS.

^ «2j

oii>.aas

O : A. WEBSTER GROCER. V " ^ / 4 i . ••-SiJjij I ? : 8 2 5 LUCKEN BOOTHS. 196

:

0 : ROBT. WHYTE PEWTERER NO. 4 0 COWGATE HEAD r • LAMPS OILS COTTONS &0.

v > fi 3 197.

i

0: fi;

J. WILL. COWGATE HEAD 1 8 0 6 .

r

YR; JVJ

198.

0 : G. WILSON HIGH STREET. R : FARTHING.

199.

0: fi:

(A. I l l is an Irish token.)

f

i-\

fFffTMfl r * t~

D. 11

ALEXR WISE. F. EDIN" 1 8 0 6 . D. 18

j

FAit'M

•" / - / / I Q O \ , ,' ' j V . C


451

L o t h i a n .

EDINBURGH.

• yrtrjvi'-j

200.

0:

AG

/?:

PAYABLE AT N ?

201.

0: A K

1

0 : E. & o. w. EDINR r : EARTHING.

202.

A' : GRASS MARKET

GRASSMARKET.

ESK

MILL.

rncum

e j j j w

#

/

-r,-

M

r j / s / s p ^ 203

0 : WII. JACKSON PAPIN. R : ESK MILL 1 8 1 2 . D . 1 7

. - -

- —-• '

1.5 1-'..

LEITH. 0 : R. CRAWFORD. r : LEITH. O : JOHN EGGO. r '• LEITH 1 8 0 6 .

SM.HP.S,

D. 18 0 : H . EVANS LEITH.

i i < E Vsi.'JZ

R : Anchor.

XZiTii

O : JAMES FERGUSON. r : STONE WAREHOUSE LEITH. A. 136 0 : G . FYFE. r : LEITH. 0 : GEO : LILLIE. r : LEITH. 0 : MARR, MEAL & BARLEY WAREHOUSE. R : COAL HILL, LEITH.

-r

ALEXTT MILLAR 3 9 ST. ANDREWS STREET LEITH. R : TEAS SPIRITS & GROCERIES 0\

i.Zi-l*

211

A. 188 K

? . T

0 : WM MILLER SENIOR. R : LEITH 1 8 0 6 .

D. 22 212

A. 140

/

"i j j j /

M

0 : w MILLER . 1 8 0 6 . r : LEITH FARTHING.

D. 21

A. 139 k i m

K

O : ALEX POLLOCK. r : LEITH.

214

L•>:-ryj-r

O : JAA POLLOCK. R : LEITH 1 8 0 6 .

D. 23


452 X o t b i a n.

LEITH. 0 : SCOTT & FULTON. LEITH R : MEAL, BARLEY & FLOUR WARE HOUSE

216.

217.

0 : G. TURNER. R : LEITH.

218.

O : JA 8 WOOD. R : ONE

-'.V

217

FARTHING.

o : W. C. LEITH r : GREEN TREE.

219. :

l z l ' f

>

220.

O: W F R : LEITH

221.

0: r:

T. CARFBAE. NORTH LEITH.

O : T HENRY r : NORTH LEITH.

A. 1 3 7

223.

0 : 3 . HUNTER r : NORTH . LEITH.

224.

0 : R. WILSON, TOBACCONIST

1812. r:

NORTH LEITH.

D. 24

MUSSELBURGH. 225.

o : W . BEGG FISHER- -ROW.

R : A fish. 226.

O : w. BROOKS MUSSELEBURGH.

R : Three mussel-shells. No. 227—see page 455 for illustration.

227.

0: 1 8 0 5 MUSSELBURGH. r : COWAN'S FARTHING. D . 2 5

228.

o: MUSSELBURGH.

Curved.

228

R : COWAN. 229.

230.

0 : w. GRAY.

r : 1805.

D. 27

O: M & S r: 1806.

D. 28

230

OH

231.

0 : T. THOMSON MUSSEL r : FARTHING 1 8 0 5 . D . 2 6

232.

0 : T. THOMSON, TOBACONEST MUSSELBURG"

. —

R : Arms of Musselburgh.

232


453

X o t b i a n. PENN YGUICK.

fJ 233.

O : JOHN NIVBKS FARTHING. r : PENNYCUICK.

234.

O : JOHN NIVENS FARTHING. r : PENNYCUICK.

X233

;''1',J

Jfifcsbtrc. INVERKEITHING.

235

235.

I b i s is a copper piece see page 411, No. 7).

IbabMnotonsbire. PRESTONPANS. O : O. NIMMO. PRESTON . PANS 1 8 1 3 r : GROCER AND TOBACCONEST. D .

Perthshire. PERTH.

*sam. 1.

O: W B / ? : PERTH.

A. 1 0

O : P. CHRISTIE PERTH. r '• TEA SPIRIT <FE PORTER DEALER. 0 : ROSS TEA & SPIRIT SHOP. r \ HIGH STREET PERTH. A. 11 4-

O : P. STEWART JUNB PERTH. r : CHEAP TEA & SPIRIT SHOP.

5. O : J. WINTON, TOBACCONIST. Two pipes crossed r : HIGH STREET PERTH 1 8 1 3 .

"Renfrewshire. 1.

o : i) b

GREENOCK.

R : Blank.

IRoy b u r g b s b i re. HAWICK. O . J. WII.SON . GROCER & CANDI.EMAKER . HAWICK. r : WTNES SPIRITS TEAS ALES LONDON PORTER &C.

Peeblesshire. 1.

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454

IRot l o c a l . 1. 0:

and r :

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2. o : H. COUDIN. R : ONE FARTHING.

This is a London token.

3.

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r:

TRAQUIAR.

Blank.

4.

0 . 3 . WAUCH. r : ONE FARTHING.

5.

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6.

O : C . R GROCER.

R: T 7.

o: dh r: OIL.

8.

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11.

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12.

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18.

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14.

O: T D F R : TEA & SPIRIT DEALER.

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HA o t l o c a l , 15.

455

O : Hand holding pen. EX USU

TS

COMMODUM.

R : FARTHING-.

16.

O:

WATEK GATE CUSTOM.

R : Arms. 17.

0: WB R : Two crossed pipes.

18.

0 : w. 97. R: 1 wo crossed pipes.

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Page 433—No. 127.

Page 452—No. 227.


INTRODUCTION. NOTES O N

THE

TOKENS OF THIS SECTION,

n

S regards the Itish tokens of the 18th Century, unfortunately, no contemporary writer or collector did for them what Charles Pye did for those of England, Scotland and W a l e s ; hence the information available is considerably limited.

W i t h the exception of short notices in old newspapers, we have little available beyond what the author of the " B a z a a r N o t e s " compiled; in which we are informed that William Mossop, of 13, Essex Quay, Dublin, cut the dies of a great number. A reference to Thomas Sharp's "Catalogue of the Provincial Copper Coins, Tokens and Medalets . . . in the Collection of Sir George Chetwynd, B a r t . , " is made because he, in several instances, gives the die-sinker's names. The early 18th Century tokens are not included in this list, viz., those of James Maculla, who in 1729, and in 1731, issued tokens, the earlier ones conveying the promise of " 2 0 pence a pound for these " ; the others, " Promise 20 shillings pound str." ; Francis McMinn promised " t o pay the bearer on demand two pence, 1760," etc. The tokens attributed to Cork are chiefly mules. manufacturer, possibly both.

Sharp gives Denton as die-sinker or

An unfortunate feature of a number of Irish tokens is the presence of a cypher or monogram, without any edge reading to inform posterity as to its meaning ; J E Co and W H Co are instances. H M Co, which appears on the reverse of the token date 1792, refers to the Hibernian Mine Co. The IMCo on the Drogheda tokens may mean Irish Mine Co. poorly designed and executed.

The specimens are

The Penny of the H MCo, " C a m a c Kyan and Camac," and that with the legend " Turner Camac Chairman," are very rare.

(> )


The writer of the " Bazaar N o t e s " informs us that " The introduction of the female with the harp is emblematic of Hibernia or E r i n ; and of the still, pick, and spade, of the manufacture of whiskey, and the mining industry, as carried on by the issuers and others.' This copper-mining industry, of which Turner Camac was chairman, was started in the year 1790, under the style of the Hibernian Mine Company, which was the name of an old copper-mine that had been stopped since the time of the Rebellion. porated in 1792.

The Company was incor-

The partners in the firm were Turner Camac, J o h n Howard Kyan, and

J o h n Camac. Mr. A. W. Waters kindly informs us that the principal copper-mine was at Ballymurtagh, at Arklow, in 1808. In 1827 the London Office of the Company was at 12, King's Arms Yard, Moorgate Street, City.

At this date the Company had a lead mine at Castlemains, a coal mine at

Tyrone, and a slate quarry at Valentia.

The capital in 1808 was £100,000.

The Halfpennies of the H M Co call for no further attention beyond the fact that the execution of the design of some, and the vagaries of the spelling, suggest the idea that they are forgeries. There is a Penny, very rare, issued by William Frederick Bentley, who also issued a number of Halfpennies of similar design, both dated 1804, and both state the place of business. A Penny " To prevent the abuse of charity " may be referred to, along with the " House of Industry Halfpenny," both being for the relief of the Poor. Mr. L. L. Fletcher has kindly forwarded the following, taken from a pamphlet in the British Museum "AN

ACCOUNT OF

THE

PROCEEDINGS HOUSE

OF

OF

THE

INDUSTRY.

ACTING

G O V E R N O R S OF T H E

1799-

" T h e i n d u s t r y of t h e p o o r in t h e H o u s e h a s b e e n m o r e t h a n d o u b l e d in c o n s e q u e n c e of t h e r e g u l a t i o n of l a s t y e a r — n a m e l y , a u g m e n t i n g t h e f o r m e r a l l o w a n c e of 2d. in t h e s h i l l i n g e a r n e d b y t h e m , t o 8 d . — a n d t h e p a y m e n t of t h i s q u o t a in c o i n a p p r o p r i a t e d to, a n d c u r r e n t o n l y in t h e H o u s e , w h i c h t h e v e n d o r s of s p i r i t u o u s l i q u o r s in t h e n e i g h b o u r h o o d r e f u s e to t a k e , h a s s e c u r e d h a b i t s of s o b r i e t y . "

At this time Benjamin O'Brien was Master of the Works. In " An Account of the Proceedings of the Governors of the House of Industry," published by T. M. Bates, 89, Coombe, Dublin, in 1801, is a statement of the work done by the inmates, the dietary, and, at the end, a Plan of the Building, also of a Public Kitchen and Perpetual Ovens.

There is also the following ( ii )


His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant has directed that during the present high prices of Provisions, Soup should be distributed to the Poor of this City, at the Public Kitchens, at One Halfpenny a quart. [It had previously been sold at One Penny per quart, and in a period of four months 37,200 quarts had been sold.] The Governors of the House of Industry give notice that the)' will forthwith distribute Soup at the rate of One Halfpenny per quart, and issue Tickets accordingly. Tickets for the several Soup-shops, at One Halfpenny each, are to be sold at the following places : — Mr. Lindsay, Parliament Street. Mr. Vigne, College Green. Mr. Allen, Dame Street. Mr. Binns, Stephen's Green. Mr. Donovan, George's Quay. Rev. Dr. Moody, Dominick Street. Mr. Newell, Great Britain Street. Mr. Campbell, New Sackville Street. Messrs. Payne and Smith, College Green. Mr. Kinsley, Capel Street. Mr. Cash, Sackville Street. Capt. Woodward, Ellis' Quay.

Mr. Ashley, Queen Street. Messrs. Stewart, Inn's Quay. Mr. O'Neale, Ormonde Quay. Mr. Mason, Coombe. Mr. Moore, High Street. Mr. McCreery, High Street. Mr. Bloxham, Meath Street. Mr. M'Cready, Bride Street. Mr. C. Williams, Bride Street. Mrs. Murphy, Thomas Street. Mr. Rooke, Engraver, Crampton Court. Mr. Foley, Capel Street.

" N.B.—The Public are earnestly requested not to give Alms to the Poor in money, but in Tickets, a mode best calculated to procure for them a cheap and wholesome nutritious subsistence. " H O U S E OF

INDUSTRY,

"8th April,

"

1801.

By Order, " T H O . B Y R N E , Sec."

T h e issuer of t h e D u b l i n H a l f p e n n i e s , with t h e Bishop's h e a d to r i g h t , 011 the obverse, was J o h n Ord, a t a n n e r , in Cork S t r e e t , D u b l i n . J o h n Brewer, of t h e F r e n c h A r m s , gives his address on his token, as also does Talbot F y a n , t h e grocer, of Poolbeg S t r e e t , D u b l i n . T h e token of S a m u e l Cooleys, Dublin, c a n n o t be traced. T h e tokens b e a r i n g t h e c y p h e r L <(• U on t h e reverse were issued by Lloyd a n d Ridley, of 36, Castle Street, D u b l i n , and of t h e M a n u f a c t o r y at H a r o l d ' s Cross, about one mile south of Dublin. W i l l i a m P a r k e r , whose tokens h a v e t h e e d g e - r e a d i n g " P a y a b l e a t W . P a r k e r ' s Old B i r m i n g h a m W a r e h o u s e , " h a d h i s shop at 4, K e n n e d y ' s L a n e , D u b l i n ; he w a s an i r o n m o n g e r , hence t h e a p p r o p r i a t e n e s s of the n a m e " B i r m i n g h a m W a r e h o u s e . ' ' W i l l i a m B i n n s , of 25, St. S t e p h e n ' s G r e e n , D u b l i n , an i r o n m o n g e r , was t h e issuer of t h e P a n t h e o n tokens of 1799 and 1802. T h e tokens h a v i n g the cypher H S Co, MFW,

and

RLTrfCo,

F i n g a l l , and S w o r d s tokens, have n o t h i n g to indicate who were t h e issuers. ( iii )

also t h e H i b e r n i a ,


The Farthings, with the exception of mules, bear the name and place of business of the issuers. D r . A q u i l l a S m i t h , M.RI.A., in 1858, read a paper before the Archaeological Society at Kilkenny, being a " Catalogue of Leaden and Pewter Tokens issued in Ireland." These passed current as farthings, as no regal issue of this denomination took place between 1760 and 1806.

The only pewter token is that of Ballycastle, " For Coals or S a l t " (evidently not intended to be used for general purposes). Dr. Smith states that this was probably issued by Hugh Boyd, soon after 1736, for the convenience of the poor. With the exception of one bearing the initials DG, and dated 1731, the rest of the tokens were cast in lead, and are of later date, viz., as between 1795 and 1816. Of that issued by Dennis O'Flynn, in 1795, and later, Dr. Smith states—" I am indebted to Mr. Richard Caulfield for a token cast in the original brass mould at his request by Mr. O'Flynn in the year 1856." Seventeen tokens have been traced to have been issued by grocers. Dr. Smith included twelve tokens of which the locality could not be definitely stated. Four were stated by Mr. Lindsay to have been struck in Cork (perhaps he did not know that they were cast in a mould). One only has the name of the issuer, viz.—TYRRELL ; the others, an initial or initials. The fact that such should be accepted as currency points to the scarcity of regal issue, and the pressing need for small change. The Charleville token for One Shilling and One Penny is one of the finest designed and executed pieces ; they were struck at Soho ^Vorks, Birmingham. The issuer was raised to the Peerage in 1797, created Viscount Charleville and Baron Tullamoore in 1800, and Earl in 1806. Charleville Forest, the seat of the Earl of Charleville, adjoins the town of Tullamoore, which is about 51 miles south-west of Dublin. The writer of the " Bazaar Notes " further gives a heraldic description of the arms, and adds—" It is implied that the issuer made a profit of the odd penny on the redemption of each piece." Seeing that 13 pence Irish were computed to the British shilling, it may be quite possible that no such profit was either intended or made. In an account of the Castleknock Farmers' Society there are a number of prizes stated to have been given to certain men, women, boys, and girls. In every instance the guinea is rated at one pound, two shillings and nine pence—viz., twenty-one shillings, and twenty-one pence. Of the Munster tokens (not the mules), all that can be stated is what the writer of the " Bazaar Notes " informs us—viz., that the design of the obverse presents a portrait of Bryen Boiroimhe, King of Ulster, who, in 1014, gained a famous victory over the Danes, at Clontarf, near Dublin. I iv }


R. Woodcock, banker, of Enniscorthy, issued some tokens, on which is represented a fortified gateway. At one time the town was fortified, but at the date of issuing the tokens nothing indicating the fortification was left except the Castle, which, in 1801, was entire. The writer to the "Gentleman's Magazine" gives this information, and states that it stands on a craggy hill, in the centre of the town, at the south side of the River Slaney, and opposite to Vinegar Hill; which latter is shown on the reverse, a ruined windmill being seen on the summit. On this hill or mountain was fought a bloody battle during the Rebellion at the close of the 18th Century. Towards the foot of the hill is a vast grave or pit, in which were interred the bodies of about 500 men, who were slain in the conflict. The tokens were struck at Soho Works, and are beautiful specimens of the die-sinker's art in depicting rural scenery in a most minute manner. The same person also issued tokens with cypher ii w, and the crest.

" F O R CHANGE

" on the obverse, along with the

The writer of the " Bazaar Notes" informs us that the firm issuing the Cronebane tokensâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;viz., the Associated Irish Mine Company, was formed in or about the year 1787 by Abraham Mills (who became Chairman), William Roe, Robert Hodgson, Bryan Hodgson, Thomas Weaver the Elder, Edward Hawkins, Thomas Smith, Charles Caldwell, and Brabazon Noble, for the purpose of working copper and other mines. The Company had an office at 184, Great Britain Street, Dublin. The Cronebane Mine, situate in the Yale of Ovoca, on the opposite side of the river to Ballymurtagh, about six miles from Wicklow, was one of the mines of the Company. The tokens with the legend "Associated Irish Miners Arms " are very probably counterfeits. The former state that they are " Payable at Cronebane Lodge, or in Dublin " ; the latter simply state a city or town, except where the edge-reading refers to a private individual, as Thomas Ball, Sleaford. The obverse of the genuine tokens represents St. Patrick, a native of Scotland, but the patron saint of Ireland, who died in 493. The reverse, a crest and shield of arms, which, by the legend, may be regarded as the Arms of the Company. Extract from "Walker's Hibernian Magazine," for September, 1795 ; p. 229 :â&#x20AC;&#x201D; "TRIP

THROUGH

PART OF T H E

COUNTV OF W I C K L O W

IN J U N E ,

1794.

" I lay the second night in Rathdrum, and the following morning I went to see the copper works of Cronebawn. " Cronebawn is an hill of two miles in circumference, and upwards of 300 yards in height, swelling regularly in form of an inverted bowl, in the bowels of which are rich mines, principally copper, worked at present by a company of English gentlemen. An accidental discovery, which some time ago happened, has made the stream, which issues from the hill, more beneficial than all the rest of the mines : some of the workmen, having left an iron shovel in the stream, found it some weeks after encrusted with copper, insomuch that they thought it ( v )


converted into that material. Mr. John Kyan, to whom these mines formerly belonged, constructed a number of stone cisterns, in which a quantity of iron being deposited, in some time it leaves a sediment of copper, which is thought to be better than that taken out of the mountain. " But though the mineral stream affords a considerable profit to the proprietors, it is extremely injurious to the neighbourhood by entirely destroying a very fine salmon fishery, as from the place where the poisonous stream enters the river till it is lost in the sea, the fish are almost all destroyed. " On the opposite side of the river from Cronebawn is the copper works of Ballymurtagh, worked at present by Messrs. Camac, Kyan and Camac.'

Extract from " Memoir on the Geological Relations of the East of Ireland," by Thomas Weaver, published in 1819; pp. 97-8:— " T h e present Company of Cronebane commenced their operations in the year 1787, having purchased the mines and fee of that estate, and also part of Tigrony, upon their losing the lease of the celebrated Parys mine, in Anglesea, of which they were the original discoverers. In 1798 they were incorporated by Act of Parliament under the firm of The Associated Irish Mine Company."

Thomas Weaver was for many years resident acting partner. It is most disappointing that no record is available of the quantity struck, but by the number of die-varieties of the various Irish series, great quantities must have been struck and circulated, besides the counterfeits, which also by the die-varieties must have been numerous. The following pieces have not yet been traced, but are included on the authority of Atkins' work on Tokens, and also from notes that have been supplied by various Collectors:— CORK.—Nos. 9 a , 1 0 a , 13, 16, 17.

DUBLIN.—Nos. 18, 180a, 189a, 248, 307a, 309?, f , 312, 333, 354, 384, 892*. MUNSTER.—Nos. 16, 17, 18. WICKLOW.—Nos. 34, 49c, 6 3 a , 64 Bis,

71, 7 1 a , 73, 74.

Collectors who have any of these pieces, or meet with them at a later date, will greatly oblige by kindly communicating with us, so that they may be recorded in an Addenda. R. DALTON, PARK

HOUSE,

BRISTOL.

S. H. HAMER, BLEAK HOUSE,

( vi )

HALIFAX.


C o r h.

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HALFPENNIES. ok}}

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(): Similar to last, dies. The tip below the F in H: Similar to last, coarser.

0'. A figure of Fame flying, blowing a trumpet. The tip of the wing points to the letter F in " OF," in the legend, FOR . T H E . CONVENIENCE . OF . THE . PUBLIC . 1 7 9 4 .

R : A cypher J E <(' Co.

but from different of the wing comes "OF." but the work is A 2

PAYABLE . IN .

CORK . OR . DUBLIN . HALFPENNY.

A. 1 ,<y-

Si

4 j • if =; A

11,

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0 : A female seated holding a harp, FOR T H E GOOD OF T H E PUBLTCK

UA

4.

1792

Seven strings to harp. cypher W H Co. PAYABLE CORK OR DUBLIN

O: Similar. I!: Similar.

Eight strings to harp. " co " closer to legend.

AT

A. 8

5.

Atkins' No. 4. (This reads PAYABLE AT GORY OR DUBLIN, and has been transferred to Wexford.)

Hi*

6.

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Nos. 6-18. 0 : As No. 1. II • A wheatsheaf. PEACE PLENTY LIBERTY.

7

u

8.

R : Arms of London in an ornamental circle. A. 7

9.

Ii: Man in a loom,

rlsiuu-j, /

a fam

•/% •v7

R a r i t y - N o s . 8, 9, a, b, RRR.

HALFPENNY

NOTHING

1795. A. (i

WITHOUT

E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR LONDON.

]

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Arms of Orchard,

INDUSTRY.

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&

A. 5

9a.

E:

CURRENT EVERY W H E R E .

9B.

E :

PAYABLE

IN

LANCASTER

LONDON

OR

LIVERPOOL.

9c. E : Plain. 3, 4, 6, 9, RR.

9c, R.

A. 8 1, 2, 7, common.


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„ Nos. 6-18. 10. />: Arms, crest H canister, &c. A. 9 lOrt. E : PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF THOMAS

0 : As No. 1. 12. Ft : Anchor and cap of Liberty radiated. A. 11

CLARKE.

11.

ft: A wheatsheaf and sickle - , , doves.

14.

18

18.

between A. 10

It: Anns of

United States,

LIBERTY

AND SECURITY.

0 : As No. 2. R : A wheatsheaf.

A. 12

PEACE AND PLENTY.

A. 13 Nos. 15-19.

O : As R : of No. 1.

v5

.

15.

/?: Crowned bust of

A /•

" B R Y E N BOIROIMHE."

y

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16. R : Wheatsheaf and A. 14 doves. 17. /?: Hope standing. IRISH HALFPENNY 1795. A. 16 18. R: A female standing holding a quadrant A. 17 19. R: A cypher H S if-Co between laurel branches. A. 18 R a r i t y - N o s . 10a, 12, 18, 16, 17, RRR. 15, RR. 10, 18, 19, R. 11, 14, common.

sickle

between A. 15

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O : A female seated holding a harp, FOR . THE . PUBLICK . GOOD . « . 1 7 9 2 . . .

R: A cypher

1 M Co.

DROGHEDA OR DUBLIN *

PAYABLE

AT A. 1

1 Bis. 0: Very similar, the centre stars larger. It: The same as No. 4. 2. 0 : A female with harp, INCORPORETED BY ACT OF PARLERMENT 1 7 9 2 .

R : As No, 1.


B

450

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4.

O : As last. 7? : A c y p h e r 7 M Co. FLOURISH . «- •

MAY IRF.T.AND EVER A. 2

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TO PREVENT THE ABUSE OF CHARITY, IN THE CONSUMPTION OF WHISKEY, THIS IS GIVEN TO THE POOR, IN DUBLIN. F. R •. VALUE ONE PENNY, IN PROVISIONS (ONLY) AT 1 6 8 JAMES'S-GATE 4 4 LOW. KEVINSTREET 5 5 UPPER-COOMBE IT 2 3 BARRACK-STREET. 1 7 9 7 . A 1

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A female seated holding a harp, a spade and pickaxe under, within a c i r c l e of l e a v e s . A C) r pher H M Co. CAMAC KYAN AND CAMAC. ONE PENNY. PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR BALI.YMURTAGH. A. 2

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2, R R R .

O: A

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female seated holding a harp. PAYABLE AT THE PAWNBROKERS OFFICE BISHOP S T R : A c y p h e r IV T B d Co. PENNY TOKEN 1804. LICENCED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT. A-' ,F*

3, R R .

1, 4, r a r e .


460

D u b l i n .

DUBLIN. f

HALFPENNIES.

I 窶「

5.

0 : A bishop's head to right, and a crosier, MAY IRELAND F L O U R I S H . ft . A ship sailing, at bottom sprigs of leaves. PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK LIMERICK OR NEWRY. E

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK OR DERKV.

A. 4 5a.

E : I F N E E D F U L L APPLY AT T H E WAREHOUSE OF IOHN ORD.

rj

6.

A. 4h

0 : A bishop's head to right, and a crosier, PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK OR LIMERICK

*

-ft: A ship sailing, at bottom sprigs of leaves, FOR T H E HONOR AND USE

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d1 '

A. 4a

5b. E : Plain (not in collar).

r

I j

OF TRADE

* : t

A. 5

r~i.'& 7.

0 : A figure of Hope standing, leaning upon an anchor. I F I S H HALFPENNY.

E x :

1795.

E : A ship sailing, at bottom sprigs of leaves, NAVIGATION AND TRADE. e

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK AND BELFAST

E

: PAYABLE AT DUBLIN CORK OR BELFAST.

窶「 XX. 7a.

Cr-i-ty/

-iji '

7ft. E : Plain (not in collar).

Obv. /V7o.j for ! * ' < g f * P % No*M ' - J

Nos. 8-12.

K-12

8. 9. 7 窶「

A. fi

/

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E

A. 6<i

0 : Similar to No. 7. Head under A.

A full-face bust.

J . LACKINGTON

E : Arms and crest of the United States. E

: PAYABLE

AT

LONDON

LIVERPOOL

BRISTOL.

10.

1794. A. 7

OR A. 8

E : Bust to left in cocked hat.

EARL

HOWE & c . e

11. -5

^

: PAYABLE AT LONDON OR BRIGHTON.

E : Full-face bust,

A. 9

PRINCESS OF WALES.

A. 10

> \ 12.

18

E : GEORGE GORDON.

This is No. 7.

Rarity窶年os. la, ft, 16a, 18, 20, 22, a, RRR. 6ft, 12, 15a, RR. 5, 8, 11, 14, 16, 19, 21, 22ft, R. The others, common.


461

Dublin. DUBLIN. 14.

0 : A harp upon a rock, and a ship at sea.

GOD GRANT PEACE.

R : Three castles between oak and palm branches, DUBLIN HALFPENNY. E '

PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK OR LIMERICK . . .

A. 11 14a. E : Plain (not in collar). 15.

A. 11a

0 : A man weaving in a loom. NOTHING . WITHOUT . INDUSTRY

. . .

. 1795 . ft: Shield of arms, crest a crowned head, between palm branches. PAYABLE . IN . D U B L I N . NEWRY . OR . BELFAST. PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK OR DERKY.

K '

A. 12 '

:

^

• / £

./ m s/*r

~

15a. E : Plain.

i

/

16.

0 : Similar to last. H: Similar to last, the centre of the crown to the last limb ot the N, whereas in the former it was under the dot. E : Plain (not in collar). A. 18

16a.

E

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR LONDON.

Nos. 17-20.

•" 0 0 0/, .

«

"7f7

m%j

21

Nil

17.

R: A crown radiated, &c.

18.

JR: The Prince of Wales' crest, &c. A. 15

19.

IiA

20.

II' Arms, crest a windlass, &c.

21.

0

A. 1 .

cypher H S rf Co. &c.

A. 16 A. 17

Arms, crest a canister, between laurel branches. IRISH . HALFPENNY . TOKEN . 1 7 9 6 .

A

v.

female standing, holding an anchor and a quadrant, FOR • THE . GOOD . OF . TRADE.

Nos. 22-26. 22.

ft:

Arms, &c.

E : YORK

/p

0 : As No. 16.

BUILT

A. 1 8

0 : As No. 21. As No. 16. A.M.

1228

CATHEDRAL

R E B U I L T A.D. 1 0 7 5 . 22a.

e :

A. 19

PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR LONDON.

226. E : Plain (not in collar).

A. 19a


462

2> u b I i n. DUBLIN. m Nos. 22-26. 28.

0 : As No. 21.

R : A cypher H S it Co. &c.

E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR LONDON. A. 2 0 23(1. E : PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL. 28/>. 7? : PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR LIVERPOOL.

28<\ E : Plain. 24.

. Bust of Orchard.

25.

: Arms of London, &c., in an ornamental circle. A. 22

26.

A. 21

R : A man with pipe and mug. GEOROE COOK &c.

SR. A. 28

B. O. B. 27.

O: A spinning wheel,

BY + LABOUR +

ONLY + WE + PROSPER +

R : A cypher Ii 0 B.

HOUSE . OF .

INDUSTRY . HALFPENNY .

A. 24

BREWER'S. 28.

0 : The arms of France crowned, 74 under, IOHN . BREWER . FRENCH . ARMS . DUBLIN. R : DEALER | IN . FOREIGN | WINES AND | SPIRITOUS I LIQUORS.

V/'J i- i

E : Milled. 28a. E . Plain (not in collar).

A. 25 A. 25a

CAMAC K.YAN AND CAMAC. Atkins Nos. 26-47 have been entirely re-arranged and divided into sections according to the number of strings in the harp. The usual edges will be described as Nos. 1 or 2. No. 1

PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR AT BALLYMURTAGH.

No. 2

PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR BALLYMURTAGH.

Special edges will be given in full. Harp with 29.

Five S t r i n g s .

O : A female seated holding a harp with five strings, INCORPORATED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT 1 7 9 2 . R : A c y p h e r H M Co. CAMAC KYAN AND CAMAC HALFPENNY.

E : No. 2. Rarity窶年os. 28a, 81, 32, 85, RRR. 23, b, c, 24, 25, 28, 87, RK. 26, 80, 88, 84, 36, R. 27, 28a, common.


468 D u b l i n . CAMAC

/

— ^

KYAN

^

AND

n\

ay . x

Harp with 30.

CAMAC.

0 \ The harp has six strings. The head nearly clear of A. ]{• The loop of c lines with last limb

i

m

wax

i

Six S t r i n g s . 81.

O : As last, n : The loop of c to centre of M. E : No. 1.

Of M.

F. : No. 1.

JO. - a

r

7 r v ;

\0 ~—

33. 32.

0 : The head nearly under A. li: The loop of c to centre of M. The A of " H A L F P E N N Y " is without the cross-bar. E : No. 1.

O: Less space between BY and ACT. i!: The loop of c to centre of M. K : Plain.

? /

-ai

\ r -

mm

/'J ,

5 a ' /.:

s ; / 35

34.

0 : The head under A, ground line to first limb of N, and foot to centre of c. H: The loop of c to centre of M. E : No. 1.

v/ia

v

l u A i m i

<11 36.

35.

<> : As last. li : Similar to last, from " C A M A C . ' E : No. 1.

aj i/

be "co " i s further

' - *+ \ y ir v,

13

^

i

- - m

37.

0 : Similar. of N. li • Similar. E : No. 1.

s

-i j ,;>s

0 : Very similar to last, the foot to second limb of c. R : The loop of c to centre of M. The L of " H A L F P E N N Y " below the level of F . A 39 E: No. 1. -

The ground lino to centre The top of O closer to D. A 35 -


D u b l i n .

464 CAMAC

KYAN

AND

CAMAC

Harp with Six Strings. 38.

U : The head nearly under AC. R : Similar. E : No. 2. ^

0 : Head under AC. R: Without the o in " c o . ' E : No. 2.

<;>

4ir,

w

40.

39.

>

A

O : As last. R : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No 2.

41.

0 : Similar to last. The ground to right lines with N. R : The loop of c to centre of M. E : Plain.

-J r-

A * /•:/

&

"j r .

y". •

:

¥

!

.')!<&•—<>-

5 % :

\ w m i

'<• J l

42.

0 : Head close under AC. It: The loop of c to first limb of M. E: No. 1. A. 26

42a.

E

: PAYABLE

AT

BANBURY

OXFORD

HEADING. 426.

E

: M. A B E L

S.

OR

A. 26« PRENTICE

S.

DELL.

A. 26h 42C.

E

: PAYABLE AT IOHN

42</. E : Milled.

MATTHEW'S.

43.

A. 26('

A. IQil

O : Head under CT, lettering and figures of date smaller. H: The c has a double upper loop. E

: PASSABLE

Harp with 7"'

45

EVERY W H E R E .

43 Bis. O: Similar to No. 39, head further from AC. R : Similar to No. 39. c closer to D. E : No. 2. (See page 480 for illustration.)

Seven Strings.

44.

0 : Head nearly clear of A, and some distance below. r '• The loop of c to first limb of M. E No. 1.

45.

0 : As last. U : The loop of HALFPLNNY ( L

E : No. 1.

c to centre of M. instead of E ) .


465

D u b l i n . CAMAC

KYAN

«*p

AND

,

with g Seven % Strings. 4G.

O: Head closer to A. The face lines to centre of space, ground line to first limb of N. R: The loop of c to centre of M. E: No. 1.

CAMAC.

47.

r '

j> V M W f c ) ? .

0 : Similar to last. The head nearly touches A. The tower serif of D wanting. I ! : The loop of c to first limb of M. E: No. 1.

.!• V-Z-r.

v itc,-/.

~ c,

f,Ji>

"t

-i

I 48.

0 : As last. R : The loop of c to last limb of M. E : No. 1.

,

-:f

.s'-*

-

;

f\

't fj•/!

:

-ij r r

/so

•o r b ' . ~

49.

0: Head further under A. The D as last. Top of harp lines with L. R The loop of c to centre of 11 E : No. 1.

51.

0 : Similar. Ground line to first limb of N and close to N on the right.

-.1 -'-r

50.

0

Ground line between i and N. The loop of c to first limb of M. No. 1.

Nos. 51-59.

The

R and

P of

" INCORPORATED "

are joined. R : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No. 1. Ground line to first limb of N.

•j

52.

O As last. r The loop of c to second limb of M. E No. 1.

53.

0 : Similar. The ground to right further from N. R: The loop of c to centre of M. E : No. 1.


466 CAMAC

D u b l i n . KYAN AND

CAMAC.

4? OJ\nr

-\p 7Seven

to

54.

Strings.

O : Similar to last. The foot nearer to c. R : The loop of c to centre of M. Top of o further from i>. The A of " HALFPENNY " is without the cross-bar. E : No. 1.

-

\i> %

3p

55.

(>: Similar The foot points to top of c, a flaw over 2. II: The loop of c to first limb of M. E ; No. 1. .-"J

?

56.

0: Finer lettering, ground to right closer to N. The R'S of legend are open at the top. B : The loop of c to last limb of M. E : No. 1. _&

•> i

^

% J -J 58.

-c>

s>

r

-

\

:- ' /•

vj

7.-* j-

57.

0 : Similar. The ground to right close to T. I!: The loop of 0 to first limb of M. E : No. 1. A. 34

.

o.

) > J t \

b 1

.>'7? ; - / r,'J

v$i£kii, >

3

M y o V 70

r s

r

I

7

59.

0 : Similar.

w . w j

/

0 : As last. E : The loop of c to centre of M, E : No. 1.

Head

60.

'

j

A flaw through first A of

" PARLIAMENT."

Ft: The loop of c to last limb of M. E : No. 1. nearly

0 : Head nearly under A, line of gronnd to 1. R : The loop of c to centre of A. Less space between words of legend. E : No. 2.

u n d e r A.

61.

0 : Head nearly under A, line of ground to first limb of N. /» : The loop of c to centre of A. F. . No. 1.


CAMAC

(>•2.

D u b l i n . KYAN AND

0 : Similar. Line of ground to centre of N . i!: The loop of c to centre of M. E : No. 1.

63.

467 CAMAC.

0 : Very rough work, line of ground to second limb of N. K: The loop of c to last limb of M. E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN

OB B A L L M U R E T G H .

t? t

64.

~

,

?

SSf

0: Similar to No. 63. Ground to right further from T. R ; The loop of c to last lnnh of M. E : No. 2.

Head u n d e r A. 65.

O : Head under A, an annulet before and after the date. R : The loop of c to first limb of HI E : Plain. .'4,i

66.

67. O: Similar, but without the annulet. Line of ground touches I. R : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No. 1. Nos. 67-71. Ground line to

0 : Similar. Ground line to first limb of N . R : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No. 1. first limb of N, V -a'sj' •> r '->

(J =3

' t

h

-

68.

u

(KflU

<L

%

--/r

0 : Similar. On the right, ground line to centre of N. l i : The loop of c to centre of M E : No. 1.

6!).

0 : Similar. On the right, ground line to first limb of N. R : Similar. E : No. 1.


468

D u b l i n . CAMAC

0

KYAN

AND

CAMAC.

%

°»

U <7['((/, U 'V»'P 3 ,r/ jk ry;—V

rj 70.

7 f/Qpupn /Seven O.

r- /

' Strings.

0 : Similar. On the right, ground line between N and T. i?: The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No. 1.

71.

0 : Similar. On the right, ground line further from N and T. The R'S of legend are open at the top. ft: The loop of o to centre of M. E : No. 1. A. 31 7"'%

J Q :>s I ' i < # r -

,/

ff

I:. rJ'$

%,.<&r ,

- jf jfjl •*

72.

U: Similar. Line of ground nearly to centre of N. R : The loop of c to centre of M. E : No. 1. 72a. E : No. 2.

73.

0: Similar. Ground line to second limb of N. U : The loop of c to second limb of .u. E : No. 1. •i "

i

74.

.

-j:

••d/Jfillfi':

\

O : Similar. Date in larger figures. ft: Letters of legend larger. Loop of e to first limb of M. e: Plain.

a

j . . . .

>

V

, 75.

1MB

O : As last. It : Similar, but loop of c to last limb of M. f j : Plain.

Head under AC.

76.

O: Head under AC, line of ground before i. ft: The loop of c to first limb of M. E : PAYABLE

BY

DUBLIN.

S.

SAVAGE

BACK

LANE

(The s's are retrograde.) A. 38

77.

O: Similar. Line of ground to r. It: Similar to last. Top of c close to u. FJ : Plain.


CAMAC y, . .

<7 /JSr r i?

§ '"

r-i

"

> , .

3 t

r

469

D u b l i n . KYAN AND

CAMAC "",44"o,.

| f

g j . - • ! u.

:

H a r p w i t h Seven S t r i n g s . 0 : Line of ground to first limb of N, and 79. 0 : Similar. The ground further from T. close to NT to right. It: The loop of c to first limb of M. R : The loop of c to last limb of M, E : No. 2. E: No. 2. t . rJ- x ':b

78.

>•

.

*

.

'

,

i

.

, f j )

r

(fl

' h '

*

W

k

-

i7 it's . 80.

0 : Similar. The ground touches N and c. Zi: The loop of c to first limb of M. A : ? No. 1 or 2.

I

81.

0 : Similar. Line of ground to centre of N. l i : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No. 2.

i ' ••• -

V-

m % 4

82.

w

" - r ^ - - .

/ ij ' //hi

0 : Similar. The ground touches N and c. R : The loop of c to centre of M. E . No. 2.

88.

O: Very rough work. Head under space between Y and A. R; Cypher H M C. With . before and after H A L F P E N N Y . E : PAYABLE

IN

DUBLIN

LIMERICK. 83a.

E

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN

CORK

DERRY

CORK OR D E R R Y .

836. E : Plain.

i

I 84.

' •yJ L/-o

r

0 : Head under A. / / : The c has a double upper loop. This is the same rev. die as No. 43. E : PAYABLE IN

DUBLIN

CORK OR DERRY.

85.

OR

A. 44

0 : Head under AC. R : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : Plain,


470

D u b l i n . K Y A N AND CAMAC. _Y & && rJ'N *!„,X

CAMAC <<\js

' -

^

v t

-V %Z-j&

86.

O: As last. R : Cypher inverted. E : Plain.

{

/

J:

rJ f * ,> -

Ji

•y*

H a r p w i t h Seven S t r i n g s . 87. 0 : Very similar. The last T further from N. R : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : Plain.

/6' ''< //

i

.i r

88. O: Similar. Head under AC. after eacli word. R : As No. 88. E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN

90.

With

89.

COliK OR D E R R Y .

O : Head under c. R: Cypher H M C. This is the same die as No. 48 Bis E : No. 2.

O: Similar, but ACT is spelt ATC. R : The loop of c to centre of M. E : Plain.

A. 46

1 ' l j

i[l\s

Harp w i t h Eight Strings. 91.

0 : Face in line with centre of space, and some distance below A, a period at end of legend. R : The loop of c to second limb of A. E

: PAYABLE AT DUBLIN CORK OR B E L F A S T .

A. 27 91rt.

e l

916.

E

BIRMINGHAM

REDRUTH

SWANSEA.

A. 27<J : PAYABLE

AT

BRISTOL.

% -

>

91c. E: 92. 0 : R: E :

LONDON

LIVERPOOL

OR

A . 271>

Plain (not in collar). A. 27c Similar, but no period after legend. The loop of c to centre of M. No. 1.


CAMAC

471

D u b l i n . KYAN AND

CAMAC.

s f i (â&#x20AC;˘'

jkvk

.

^

~

Harp w i t h Eight Strings. 93.

O: Similar. Head nearly under Ground between I and N. R : The loop of c to first limb of M. E N o . '2.

A

94.

0 : Similar to last, on the right, ground closer to T. R : The loop of o to first limb of M. E : No. 1.

m

Nos.

95

Ground on the left to 0" O n t h e r i g h t , g r o u n d nearly touches T. 96. 0: R : The loop of c to first limb of M. R: A. 80 E : No. 1. E: pi 95-105.

'~_

0 : Very similar to last, the head closer to A. R ; The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No. 1.

98.

m

M

first limb of N. Similar to last. Strings of harp wider apart. RT "7"1OR The top of c further from D. No. 1. W '%

J

97.

y

r" 5

0 : On the right, ground touches first limb of N. R : The loop of c to first limb of m. E : No. 2. ,r li- J/ jl J -j* ./

_.r. -.A :

A w. /

J

d 100

99.

0 . Foot to second limb of o. On the right, ground further from NT. R : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No. 1.

100.

O : Similar to last. The foot to centre of c. R : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No. 1.


472 D u b l i n . KYAN AND

CAMAC

CAMAC.

rt?

,'j>

Harp w i t h Eight Strings. 101.

0 : As last. 11: The loop of c to second limb of A, E : No. 1. vrf mr*, ~ -f r

-

102.

0 : As last. R : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No. 1. 61

"/I

'

%

j.

.

d '' •• i - tyfmti

-1 i

- /'/-«# .

<({ [ Y'

'

*t! i. \ 7

"Lr-ll f i - AW T J d

•>

103 103.

O : To the right, ground nearly touches

104.

O: To the right, ground lines with centre

EN.

Of N.

R : A double loop to c. E : No. 2. P'

105.

104

'7'^

R : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No. 2. •cl l r -f

O: As last. R: Similar. The top of c lines with last limb of D. E: No. 1.

10(5.

O: Similar. Ground slightly above first limb of N. R : The loop of c to first limb of si. E No. 1. •a n

107.

O: Similar. The foot to second limb of c. R : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No. 1.

108.

O: Similar. Ground to right to last limb of N. R : The loop of c to centre of M. E : No. 1.


473 D u b l i n . CAMAC KYAN

AND

CAMAC.

•i ac-y-.,. !• p j i

110

109 H a r p w i t h Eight Strings. 109.

110.

O : As last. ft: The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No. 1.

O : Similar. Ground to centre of N. ft: The loop of c to centre of M. E : No. 2. r A&m

f t / is M

' ^

> S

m 112

111.

112.

0 : Similar. Ground lines to i. ft: The loop of o to last limb of M. E : PAYABLE

IN

DUBLIN

CORK

DERRY

OR

0 : As last. ft: The loop of c to first limb of M. E : As last.

LIMERICK.

-y

^

O.

-'/A

1 113 113.

0 : The head nearly under A, ground to first limb of N. ft: The loop of c to first limb of M. E: No. 1. a,'

114.

0 : Similar. Ground to the right lines with last limb of N. ft: The loop of c to centre of M. E: Plain.

j

116 115.

O : The ground touches legend on both sides. ft: The loop of c to centre of M. E : Plain.

11G.

0 : The ground to second limb of N. ft : The loop of c to last limb of M. E : No. 2.


474

D u b l i n . CAMAC

KYAN

AND

CAMAC.

y

j z

km!^ 117.

& 120.

H e a d u n d e r A. O : Head under A, ground to i. 118. 0 : As last. R: The loop of c to centre of M. R : The loop of c to last limb of M. E: No. 1. E : No. 1. 119. 0 : Similar. Ground to i. Head larger. R : The loop of c to centre of A. E : No. 1. • i -

m

>%m.

0 : Similar. Ground to first limb of N. R : The loop of c to centre of M. E : No. 1.

m

122.

m

®

121.

0 : Similar. To the right ground lines to last limb of N. R : The loop of c to last limb of A. E : No. 2.

123.

(J: Similar. Rough tvork. The ground to second limb of N. R : The loop of c to centre of M. E : No. 2.

V M M

0 : Similar. Ground to second limb of N. R : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : Plain.

Head f t /

AC.

124.

0 : Head under AO. Ground lines between i and n. R: H M Co. Inverted. E: Plain. Also in brass.

125.

O : As last. R : The loop of c to centre of M. E : Plain. This is in brass.

•.. J

125

under


475 D u b l i n ,

CAMAC KYAN

AND CAMAC.

Harp w i t h Eight Strings. Head

fx

AC.

12G.

0 : Similar. Ground to first limb of N. R : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No. 2.

127.

0 : Similar. Foot to last limb of c. R : The loop of c to centre of M. E : No. 2.

128.

O : As last. R : The loop of c to centre of A.

s& '•*

under

/ ' •

- ffff'tfr, . ! b s ^ <r-

K : PAYABLE

IN

DUBLIN

CORK

DERRY

OR

LIMERICK.

•:ur Head 129.

under

C.

0 : Head under c. R : The loop of c to centre of M. E : No. 2.

Head

i

tfMk

under

CT.

130.

0 : Head under CT. R : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No. 2. A. 40

131.

O : Similar. Ground touches N. R ; The loop of c to first limb of M.

§ a w &

E : No. 2.

Head 132.

under

Y.

0 : Head under Y of BY. R : The loop of c to last limb of M. E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR B A L L M U R E T G H .

j

:

(irx, 1, :k ,&*7

i:

A. 43


D u b l i n . CAMAC KYAN AND CAMAC.

476 iie>% 0

•&*<&s

•*,

3*X rj<

£f •

A

&rj>j\ivr.\ri$% \ W / U 3 Q l

133.

<tm'

H a r p w i t h Nine S t r i n g s . 0 : Harp with nine strings. The head 134. 0 : Very similar to last. The ground lines between I and N. nearly clear of A. R : As last. /J: The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No. 1. E : No. 1. £C>\ ri\ . . . f t /• / o /

£f- f ff - fife : sMOy

...

/ ,

'

. (a

135 135.

0 &

130

0 : As last. r : The loop of c to centre of M. e: No. 1. 137.

136.

0 : As last. r: The loop of c to first limb of second A. e: Plain.

0 : Very similar. The head further under A. R : The loop of c to last limb of A. e: No. 1. *

r

3

a

•iiii

138.

0 : As last. R : The loop of c to first limb of M. e: No. 1.

•=£.

140.

r

139.

8

w

m

0 : Less space between the head and A. R : The loop of o to last limb of A. E : No. 1.

"~>a

0 : Similar. The ground to right closer to N and T . R : The loop of C to first limb of M. E : No. 1.

I

y

*

H

14].

% C

i

0 : As last. R : The loop of c to centre of A. E : No. 1.


D u b l i n . CAMAC KYAN AND CAMAC. 3 A<

477

°*

,

-• i r

,3? r

4 o / ' j l i

f

-

M

Harp with 142.

0 : Head nearly touches A. R : The loop of c to centre of M. E : No. 2.

Nine Strings. 143.

0 : As last. R : The loop of c to last limb of M. E : No. 2.

...

u.

.•ij.

' Mr(/rl&£* rO145

144.

0 : Very poor work. The N'S in legend are retrograde. i?: The loop of c to first limb of first A. E : Plain. A. 47 ,;-y/ J

''

146.

. X>

f,

See No. 32.

147.

0 : Similar. The ground to right lines with first limb of N. R . The loop of c to first limb of M. E : Plain.

&V.

R.

1

145.

/ f / M | i ^/wGlQ

0 : Head nearly under A. / i : The loop of c to last limb of A. E : No. 1.

, y " " •r

w'f'j m

''a m

149 148.

0 : Head lines with first limb of A. Ti: The loop of c to centre of M. E : No. 2.

149.

0 : The harp nearly touches L. R : Less space between words of legend. E : No. 2.


D u b l i n . CAMAC KYAN AND CAMAC.

478

4

/ •7

a JT-Z*

» 'J

y-r V7£i

^

Strings.

150

O: Similar. The ground to left below the first limb of i. -R: The loop of c to first limb of M. E : Plain.

151.

O : The ground to left to i. It : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : Plain.

'/

y ti-

* 153 152.

O: Similar. The ground to left to second limb of N. r • The loop of c to first limb of M. E . No. 2.

158.

0 : The head nearly under centre of A. R : The loop of c to centre of M. E : No. 2.

l o r n 155 154.

O : The head under AC. R : Similar, except that it reads

HALE-

155.

PENNY.

e: No. 1. „/ A.C-J*|

0 : Similar. The ground to right to second limb of N. R : The loop of c to centre of M. e\ No. 1. giflSSHte*

157 156.

0 : The centre of head under c. R : The loop of c to centre of M. E : No. 2.

157.

0 : Similar to last. More space between figures of date. R : The top loop close to c. E

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK AND B E L F A S T .

«l./y 158.

158

0 : Head under c. R : The loop of c to first limb of u. E : No. 2.

I M ' I i


479 D u b l i n . CAM4C KYAN AND

CAMAC ,-y-l . - _ o*

Harp with m

m

\

&

ff

I

Ten

,

/ m

159.

-

Strings

O : Head nearly under A R: The loop of c to second limb o£ A. E: No. 1.

160 160.

0 : As last. R : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No. 2. 'h.

v' <

H

& -

^ £

0

,

.

I

m

161.

jK

f a

Jkm

' •

' <• ''

m

0: As last. R : Very similar to last. The top of loop farther from D. E: No. 1.

162.

0 : Head under A. R : The loop of c to centre of M. E : No. 2. m. i

W w U q j ^ j r ty$(

m

163.

164.

0 : The head closer to A. R : Similar to last. E: No. 2. Harp with sr

165.

O : Head under AC. R : The loop of o to last limb of M. E : No. 2.

Twelve Strings. 4:-li r

-ij'/ 'cl

0 : Head under CT. R : The loop of c to centre of M. Ex No. 2. 167.

166.

O : Similar. Top of harp lines with i. R : Similar to last. E: No. 2.

0 : As last. R : The loop of c to last limb of M. E : No. 2.


D u b l i n . CAMAC KYAN AND CAMAC. > ' * "i •.

480

Harp with Twelve Strings.

U i v m

168.

0 : Head closer to T. Ft: The top of loop further from n. E : No. 2. Harp with

V

170.

172.

169.

Thirteen

f

0 : As last R : Less space between words of legend E : No. 2. Strings.

.

0 : Head under A. R : The loop of c to second limb of A. E : No. 2. Harp with

r"

; S,

171.

O : Head under c. R : The loop of c to last limb of M. E : No. 2.

Fourteen Strings.

, £ *•

0 : Head under OT. R : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No. 2.

173.

O : Head nearly under T. R : The loop of o to centre of M. E : No. 2.

48 Bis.—See page 464 for description. 43 Bis

43 Bis

Nos. 29-173. It is almost impossible to determine the rarity of individual pieces in this series, the majority being slight variations of dies. In the case of distinctive specimens, Nos. 39, 41, 42a, b, d, 43, 43 Bis, 63, 65, 75, 77, 83b, 85, 89, 90, 123, 124, 130, 132, 136, 144, 154, 158, 170 we consider RRR. Nos. 42c, 91c, 115, 133 and 159, common. The others, R to RR, and some cases may be RRR.


481 D u b l i n . :

*-c j

窶「窶「

CAMAC

KYAN

AND

CAMAC.

Variations of Name and Date. INCORPORATED

BY

ACT

OF

PARLIAMENT.

1792.

174.

0 : Harp with eight strings. R : The legend reads, CALMAC

RYAN AND

CALMAC. E :

PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK OR D E R R Y .

A. 48 175.

0 : Similar. R : The legend reads,

CANAC ROAN

AND

CANAO. E

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK OR DERRY.

175a. e

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR BALLISHANNON.

A. 49 A. 49a 17G.

0 : Similar to last, but with strings to harp. R : Similar. E :

6

177.

PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK OR DERRY.

O : Harp with seven strings. A dot between each word of legend. R : Legend reads, CANAC . RYAN . AND . CANAC - * 窶「 * e

: PAYABLE IN

HALFPENNY

DUBLIN CORK

DERRY

LIMERICK.

^

v

t f f y *

i-

*-t-i

seven

OR

A. 5 0

;

6

..

/ H ^ v

Six strings to

178.

0 : Similar to last, harp. R . As last. E : As last.

179.

O: Similar, but with eight strings to harp, and without dots. R : Similar to last, but without dots, arrowheads, or star. e

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK OR D E R R Y .

A. 51 179

Rarity窶年os. 178, 179, RR.

175a, 176, RR.

174, 175, 177, common.


482

D u b l i n .

/ g nw**s» •? i

-#*

<o\

i & l §T'

CAMAC

KYAN

AND

CAMAC.

V a r i a t i o n s of N a m e and D a t e INDUSTRY HAS ITS S U R E REWARD.

1792. 180.

0 : A female as before, holding a harp with seven strings, INDUSTRY HAS I T S SURE REWARD . 1 7 9 2 .

R : Legend reads,

CANAC . RYAN . AND .

CANAC . HALFPENNY . E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK OR DERR Y 0 3 0 0

A. 52 180(1. E 181.

'

•j. ^

? f s

<

-r/-

0: Similar. A dot between each word of legend. R : Similar to last. E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK OR DERRY.

181a.

E

182.

0 : Similar, but with six strings to harp. R : Similar, HALTPENNY.

,/ y,»" 4 j ^

..

r.- .i

wo

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR BALLISHANNON.

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR BALLISHANNON.

E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR BALLISHANNON.

£ 183.

I - » 7 :

0 : Similar. Head under s. strings to harp. R • Similar, but without dots. E : PAYABLE

IN

Seven

DUBLIN CORK DERRY OR

LIMERICK.

mm m

A. 5 3

184.

0 : As last. R: Similar to last, but with legend commencing close to cypher. E : As last.

185.

O: Harp has six strings, and a dot between each word of legend. R: Legend reads, CANAC I RYAN I AND I

m

CANAC . HALFPENNY. e

: PAYABLE

IN

DUBLIN

CORK DERRY

LIMERICK.

185(1. E : PAYABLE 1856. E: Plain.

IN DUBLIN OR BALLISHANNON.

FOR T H E GOOD OF T H E

186.

OR

A. 54

PUBLICK.

O: A female holding a harp, GOOD OF THE

R : A cypher H M Co. CANAC TOKEN.

FOR THE

PUBLICK. CANAC RYAN AND


483

Dublin. CAMAC

KYAN

AND

CAMAC.

Variations of Name and Date. INDUSTRY HAS ITS SURE R E W A R D .

1794. 187.

0 : Similar. Nine strings to harp, and dated 1794. R : Similar, but without dots.

o c{n>\oc* 7} If . i/L Yo m

E : PAYABLE IN D U B L I N CORK OR D E R R Y .

A. 55 1799.

m 188.

j /

t? /-

7

7

w ' l h rt\

0: Similar. Eight strings to harp. Dated 1799. jR : Similar to last. E : Plain. A. 56 INCORPORATED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT.

' /i H ' ' " 7 "

^

I

1792. 189.

0: Female seated. ACT

p -

u

OF

INCORPORATED

PARLIAMENT

strings to harp. R : Legend reads, CANAC

ツ」ツ」 j\r:, 4/v;,

1792.

BY

Nine

RONE AND CANAC.

E : PAYABLE IN D U B L I N CORK OR D E R R Y .

A. 57 189a.

E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR BALLISHANNON.

1894.

E

190.

0: As last. R : Similar to last.

A. 57a : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR B A L L M U R E T G H .

E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK OR DERRY.

Oiu a ,

191.

0 : Similar. R : As last.

Head closer to BY.

E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR B A L L M U R E T G H .

192.

0 : Female holding harp, BY

ACT

OF

INCOPORETED

PARLEKMENT.

1792.

Six strings. Head under AC. R : A cypher 1 M Co. CAMAK KIAN AND KAMAC HALPENNY.

E : Plain.

A. 58

193.

0 : Similar to last. Head under A. R : Similar, but reading CAMAK KIAN AND CAMAK. O in line with c.

194.

0 : Similar. Foot to top of c. R : Similar to last, o in line with A.

Rarity窶年os. 180a, 181a, 182, 184, 185b, 186, 189a, 190, 193, RRR, 185a, 189, 1896, 191, 192, RR. 180, 181, 183, 187, 194, R. 185, 188, fairly common.


484

D u b l i n . /

r >+ >窶「 * l r - 窶「 A"-.

CAMAC K Y A N

AND

CAMAC.

Variations of N a m e and Date. INCORPORATED

BY

ACT

OF

PARLIAMENT.

1702. 195.

0 : Similar, but reading R : Similar.

PARLRMENT.

196.

0 : Similar, but reading .ft: A cypher H M Co.

PARLERMENT.

to

H.

CAMAC

No cross-bar

KYAN

AND

CAMAC

HALFPENNY.

'"m

窶「:<

197.

0 : Similar to last, but the ground does not extend to the legend. R : Similar. CAMAC KYAN AND CAMAC HALFPENNY.

198.

0 : As No. 196. R : Similar. CAMAK

KIAN

AND

KAMAC

HALFREADY. E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR AT BALLYMURTAGH.

t^r/rV; ^ /

f

-..

.f

199.

0 : Similar to last, but reading INCORPORETED, and with seven strings. R : A cypher W H Co. KAMAC KIAN AND KAMAC HALFREADY.

E : Plain.

200.

A. 59

0 : Female holding harp,

INCORPORATED

BY ACT OF PARLOURMENT.

R : A cypher H M Co. CAMAK HALFREADY.

$<&

201.

1972.

CAMAK KIAN AND

0 : As last. R : A cypher H M Co.

A. 6 0

KAMAC KIAN AND

CAMAK HALFREADY.

F. :

Rarity窶年os. 195, 196, 197, 200, 201, 204-209, RRR.

IN DU

198, 202, 203, RR.

199, R.


485

D u b l i n .

CAMAO

KYAN

AND

CAMAC.

V a r i a t i o n s of N a m e and Date. INCORPORATED

BY

ACT

OF

PARLIAMENT.

1792. 202.

O: Female holding harp,

PNCORPIRTAD

BY ACT OF PRCLIAMRNT 1 7 9 2 .

date is retrograde. 11: A cypher II M Co. CANAC

2 of

KRAN AND

CANAC PALFPLNNY

203.

0 : As last. R: A cypher H M C.

FOR T H E GOOD

OF TRADE.

204.

U : Female holding harp,

INCORPANTNO

BY

R : A cypher H M Co.

GRMAC KRAN AND

GRMAC.

205.

0

A. 6 1

: Female holding harp,

INCO

OF PARLIAMENTMENT.

20G. i

'

fhi

i

-

. = f r <

R : A cypher H M W.

CAMAC KIAN AND

KAMAC HALFADY.

A. 62

0 : Female holding harp,

INCORPORATED

BY AC OF BARLIMENT 1 7 9 2 .

R : Legend reads,

CAMAC

TERNER

OARMA HALFREADY.

207.

O: Similar to last. from i. R : As last.

208.

O: Female holding harp.

AND A. 63

Ground further

INCORPOR-

ARED BY PARLERMENT 1 7 9 2 .

R : A cypher H M C. • PAYABLE DUBLIN HALFREADY.

209.

0 : Similar to last. R : A cypher IIM C.

AT TUME A. 64

PAID ALL ROUND

DUBLIN -TT TOKEN ®


486 D u b l i n .

tr-e\

fc.

CAMAC /•

!

;* '

' :i>, 0

v

KYAN

AND

CAMAO.

Variations of N a m e and Date.

:/rK -

INCORPORATED

M J r ,j / o L o i wrr, h

BY

ACT

OF

PARLIAMENT.

1702. 210.

0 : Female holding harp.

INCORPO-

RATED BY AN ACT 1 7 9 2 .

ft : A cypher H M Co.

KAMUC

KYAN

AND KAMUC HALFPENNY. F : PAYABLE AT DUBLIN

£ 4dfein

CORK DERRY OR

LIMERICK.

A. 65

210a.

f :

211.

0 \ Similar, INORBORATD BY BARLIAMENT 1792. ft : A cypher H M C. DUBLIN HALFREADY.

212.

O: Similar.

PASSABLE EVERY W H E R E .

INOBERATED

A. 65a

BY

BARLI-

MENT 1 7 9 2 .

ft : Similar to last.

213.

o : FOR THE

UOOD OF THE PUBLIC 1 7 9 2

ft: A cypher H M C.

DUBLIN

HALF-

PENNY.

214.

0 : INCRO . . . ENT

1790.

ft : A cypher H M C.

DUBLIN

4 & 1793. 215.

0 : Female

holding harp.

RATED BY PARLIAMENT

ft . Cypher H M Co. CAMAC f

INCORPO1798.

CAMAC KYAN AND

HALFPENNY.

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN

CORK OR DERRY.

A. 66


487 2 ) u b 11 n .

CAMAO

KYAN

AND

CAM AO.

Variations of Name and Date. INCORPORATED

BY

ACT

OF

PARLIAMENT.

1794.

216. ^UUIUHU uuliu,

0: Similar, but dated 1794. R: A cypher H M Co. CAMAC

KYAN

AND CAMAC HALFPENNY.

(7

E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK AND BELFAST.

d'a

A. 67 217.

0 : As last. Ii: Less space between

"CAMAC"

and

" HALFPENNY." E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK AND BELFAST.

218. n

m

r

m

;

O: Similar. Point of foot to N. 11: Similar to last. e

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK AND BELFAST.

1705.

219.

0 : Female seated holding a harp. * INCORPORATED *

BY *

AN -X

ACT

v-

1795. R : Similar to last.

m

E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN

CORK OR DERRY.

A. 68 220.

O: As last. r

m

m

221.

: CAMAC RYAN AND CAMAC.

0 : As last. R : A cypher H N Co. KAMUC.

Rarity窶年os. 210, 211, 212, 214, 216, 217, 220, 221, RRR. 215, 219, common.

A. 69

KAMUC KEAN AND A. 7 0

210a, 213, 218, RR.


488 D u b l i n .

CAMAC

KYAN

AND

CAMAC.

Variations of Name and Date. INCORPORATED

BY

ACT

OF

PARLIAMENT.

1796.

222 222.

0 : Similar,

INCORPORATED BY ACT OF

PARLIAMENT.

1796.

Head under

BY.

ft: A cypher H M Co. I

|

< C{

AND CAMAC.

228.

f ijuv

O: Similar. ft: Similar.

CAMAC

HALFPENNY.

KYAN A. 71

Head under Y and A.

E : IN DUBLIN CORK AND B E L F A S T .

"

224 .

0 : Similar. ft: Similar.

Head between Y and A. Without the o in " c o . "

E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK AND B E L F A S T .

225.

0 : Similar. The head under A. R : Similar to No. 228. E : Plain.

226.

0 : Similar. ft: Similar. E : Plain.

Rarity窶年os. 222, 225, 226, RRR.

Head under AC.

223, 224, RR.


489

D u b l i n .

Varieties.

Nos. 227-229. 227

-

0: As No. 42.

227.

R\ Bast to left,

SHAKESPEARE.

A. 72

228.

II: Bust to left,

SHAKESPEAR.

A. 73

229.

R

£ 228

v'

220

Head, full face.

GEO.

WALES.

PRINCE

OF

A. 74

--cs «-» 280. m

m

m

0 : A female seated, &c. R : A ship sailing, FOR

THE HONOR AND

USE OF TRADE.

i,vk£ Nos. 231 and 232. 281.

0 : As. R: of No. 42.

R\ A crowned bust, E : PAYABLE

IN

IOHN OF GAUNT &C.

ANGLESEY

LONDON

LIVERPOOL.

OR

A. 75

231a. E : Plain.

?

232.

R : Prince of Wales, &c. E : Milled.

233.

0 : A cypher H M Co, &c. R: A ship sailing. NAVIGATION

-3

As No. 229. A. 76

AND

TRADE.

234.

||fe

Rarity—Nos. 233, 234, RRE

0 : A bishop's head to right. As No. 6. B : A cypher W H Co. KAMAC KIAN AND KAMAC

230, scarce.

HALFREADY

The others, common.


400 D u b l i n .

CAMAC KYAN

AND CAMAC.

1793. Harp with 235. y-'.y} c- ' ,

j

<&. ^rm i i f f U i

Five S t r i n g s .

O: A crowned female seated holding a harp which has five strings, before her a still, the projecting part of which points to the lower part of E i n "PAYABLE." PAYABLE AT DUBLIN OR BALLYMURTAGH.

R : A cypher H M Co.

CAMAC . KYAN AND

CAMAO ONE HALFPENNY 1 7 9 3 . i

v

? < i i n T

2S8 "*

A. 83

^.

/ v '

236.

O: Similar. R : As last.

237.

0 : As last. R : Similar. The 1 and 7 of date nearly touch.

238.

0 : As No. 235. Point of still to last limb of E, R: Similar, but a dot after each word of the legend, excepting after HALF

y i

( f > *-» • vv *

Point of still to centre of E.

PENNY.

Xu-lvfv

A. 84

239.

0 : As last. R : Similar. The dot between D and c nearly touches the c.

240.

O: Similar to last. The hand closer to the strings of harp. R : As last.

241.

0 : The same as No. 236. to centre of E. R : As No. 238.

242.

O: As last. R : The 7 and 9 of date closer together.

Harp with 243.

Point of still

Six S t r i n g s .

0 : Similar, but there are six strings to the harp, one of which appears to be broken. R : Similar, but the o of " co " is strung upon the loop of the c. A. 85


491 D u b l i n .

H a r p w i t h Six S t r i n g s . Under the female is a spade to left, and a pickaxe to right, the harp has six strings, the point of the still comes between the letters L and E . : Similar, but no dots in legend, excepting after ONE. A. 86

244.

0

245.

0 : As last. E : Similar, but without the dot after ONE, and faint signs of MOSSOP . F above the date.

246.

0 : Similar to last, but with ten strings to the harp, the point of still to last limb of E. E : Similar to last, but without the o to " co," and with MOSSOP . F in small letters just above the date. A. 87

247.

0 : Similar, but the pickaxe is to left, and the spade to right. The point of the still comes to middle of the L. E : As last. A. 88

248.

0 e

jtjy

Harp with

The same as last. A cypher H M C. . CAMAC

E

PAYABLE TAGH.

248a. E

Ten

Plain.

Strings.

CAMAC . KYAN . AND

ONE . N A L F F E N N Y

1798.

IN DUBLIN OR AT BALLYMURA. 90

A. 90a

249.

0

250.

0 : As last. . E : Without MOSSOP . F, and a period after each word of legend.

R a r i t y — N o s . 238, 242, 248, KrtR. 248«, RR. 249, 250, R. 239, 244, scarce.

Similar, but without the spade and pickaxe. A 89 R: As No. 246. -

235, 236, 240, 241, 245, 246, 247, 237, 243, common.


492 D u b l i n . CAMAC KYAN

AND CAMAC.

1794. 4

Nos. 251-267. DUBLIN

The edges are:

Harp with

fen'(awio \3 Ir llUA

ati.M 4%,

PAYABLE IN

OR AT BALLYMURTAGH.

Thirteen

Strings.

251.

A female seated holding a harp with thirteen strings, the date 1794 under, within a circle of leaves. The foot between 7 and 9. The thumb on last string. r : Top of c to last limb of D A. 91

252.

o:

Similar to last. The thumb just beyond last string. R : The cypher further from CAMAC.

253.

O: Similar. Foot over 9, and thumb further from last string. R: Similar.

2

'a

0

' -swb

Harp with 254.

Twelve Strings.

0: Similar, but the harp has twelve strings. The end of still points to centro of leaf, and foot between 7 and 9. The c points to last limb of D. The p of HALFPENNY longer than the other letters. A. 92

til 255.

0 Similar. The foot over 9. R : The c points to centre of i>.

256.

0 : Similar, but the harp has eleven strings. The end of still points nearly to the bottom of leaf, and the foot between 7 and 9. The 9 of date has the appearance of being double struck. R ' A cypher 11 M Co. CAMAC KYAN AND

Harp with

Eleven S t r i n g s .

CAMAC HALFPENNY.

The

points to last limb of d

top

Of C

A. 93


493 D u b l i n .

CAMAC

KYAN

AND CAMAC.

1794.

'257.

0 : As last. r : Similar. The top of c points to centre of D.

258.

0 : Similar. The foot nearly over 7. r : Similar to No. 254.

259.

0 : The end of still points to the top of leaf. Foot over 9. r : The top of o points to centre of D.

260.

0

2G1.

0 : As last. r The c points to last limb of D.

1 Very similar to last. The 4 of (late closer to the line. R : The c further from CAMAC, and the o of " co " is broken.

Happ w i t h T w e l v e S t r i n g s . With dot after 4. 202.

0 : Similar. Harp with twelve strings. Foot over 9, a small dot after date, nearly on line with centre of 4. R : Similar. The c points to centre of d.

-j

R a r i t y - N o s . 257, 258, 261, RRR. 251, scarce.

259, RE. 253, 254, 255, 260, 262, R. 252, 256, common.


494

Dublin. CAMAC

KYAN

AND

CAMAC.

1794. 263.

O : As last. It: Similar.

264.

O: As last. A : Similar.

265.

fr

,

f f

l'^

'<?

A Haw over H M Co.

The o of " c o " is broken.

0 : The end of still points to the bottom of leaf. The thumb of figure touches the eleventh string. The dot is further from date, and lines with the bottom. /I. Similar to last.

il

% 266.

Top of c nearer D. A. 95

O: As last. R: Similar. Top of c points to last limb of D.

;j \* «j r

H a r p w i t h Eleven Strings. With dot after 4.

;i

f-./— <

J

•'

267.

0 : Similar. Harp with eleven strings. A large dot after 4. R : Similar. A. 96

268.

0 : Similar. A spade and crossed instead of date. R : Similar. E : Plain.

Rarity—Nos. 265, 266, 268, R E E .

268, 264, E.

267, common.

pickaxe


495 D u b l i n .

TURNER i

F J & u

All edges ! PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OK BALLYMURTAGH, excepting those that are plain. 269

V

A *>

-

CAMAC.

Harp with m -r>* / f m ' / , . ^

2G9

Six S t r i n g s .

0 : Female seated holding a harp which has six strings. Head under AC. INCORPORATED

BY

ACT

OF

PARLIA-

MENT 1 7 9 2 .

li: A cypher H M Co.

T U R N E R CAMAC

CHAIRMAN H A L F P E N N Y .

T O P OF C TO

second limb of H.

A. 80

; c

- ^"oiv. 270.

0 : Similar.

Head further from AC.

R : Top of c to first limb of H.

271.

Lf?1 M f

1

^ > .

0 : Similar.

Head under ACT.

R : Top of c to second limb of H.

9 272.

O

Similar.

The harp lines with i.

R: Top of c to centre of H.

273.

0 : Similar.

Head closer to ACT.

I i : Top of c to last limb of H.

Harp with ^

^ " v

274.

Seven S t r i n g s .

0 \ Similar. The harp has seven strings. Head under AC. Ground to right close to NT. R : Similar.

274o. E : Plain.

A. 79 A. 79a


19G

£> u b 11 n.

mm.: liHmilM

TURNER

CAMAC.

H a r p w i t h Seven S t r i n g s .

J.-i wrr. r/% O

275.

0

Very similar to last, the top of harp further from legend.

R

Top of c to centre of H.

-Lnl

275 Bis. 0 : As last. 2 7 5 Ziv.s /

R

276.

Top of c to last limb of H.

0 : As last. R: Similar to last, wider space between N o f CHAIRMAN AND Y o f HALFPENNY.

277.

0 : Similar, the ground to right nearly touches N. R : Top of c to centre of H.

278.

279.

^

r T 5

^

280.

0 : As last. R

Top of c to first limb of H.

0

Top of harp further from L.

R

Top of c to last limb of H.

0

Similar, the 1 of date further from i.

r '• Top of o to last limb of H.

281.

O. As last. R : The cypher further from legend.


497 rjd'ac-.

2) u b I \ n. TURNER

M

CAMAC.

H a r p w i t h Seven S t r i n g s . 282.

0 : Very similar to No. 277. Top of harp lines with last limb of K. R: Top of o to first limb of H.

282 Bis. 0: As last. R : Very similar. The Y of H A L F P E N N Y closer to N. (See Addenda for illustration.)

sr<t ^.Cx v o

288.

t

WCi

R

i vr

Very similar to No. 270, the loot to centre of c. Top of o to last limb of H.

284.

O: Head smaller and comes directly under c. R : Top of c to last limb of H

285.

O

Similar to last, top of harp further from i. R : Top of c to last limb of H.

286.

0 : Head close under ACT. R: Top of c to last limb of H.

<AA.r- "v..

0.

0

m J h

1 M b , — -JJ?. :! ?

£/ ^4 H a r p w i t h Eight Strings.

a

m n 287.

0 : Head under A. The harp has eight strings. R: Top of c between H and A.


498

Dublin.

$ 5

a

r

%, >

TURNER

<â&#x20AC;&#x17E; . .

Harp with 288.

CAMAC.

Eight Strings.

O : Top of harp lines with last limb of K. R : Top of o to last limb of H.

289.

0

Head smaller and further from A.

R : Top of c to last limb of H.

290.

0 : The head lines a little to inside of A, R : Top of c to last limb of H,

291.

O : Similar to last, top of harp lines with L. r : Top of c to first limb of H.

291a. e : Plain.

292.

A. 78a

0 : The line of bead to centre of A. r : Top of c to first limb of H.

m

iit 4z-j- 0

'tj&ia C i

293.

0 : Similar, less space between words of legend. r : Top of c to last limb of H.


499

Dublin. TURNER

Harp with

CAMAC

Eight Strings.

294.

0 The lino of head to last limb of A. l i : Top of c to last limb of II.

'295.

i>: As last. l i : Similar.

Top of c closer to n.

4-wy... it oa4>. i •t

t

'/* +

'29G.

0 : Similar. 1 of date closer to legend. li : Very similar to last.

297.

0

/y-£l'laa c"\, 0 7 ox Similar.

Top of harp to last limb

of K. R : Top of O to centre of H.

li&t*

298.

0 : Head larger and more under T. R : Top of c to centre of n.

directly

299.

O : As last. II ; The cypher further from legend.

nlx c"-"%


500 D u b l i n . v

. a

bf,

>: TURNER

i •

mm

Harp with 300.

CAMAC

F o u r D o u b l e Strings.

0 : The harp has four double strings. R : Similar. A. 81

piac* Harp with 301.

0 : Similar. R : Similar.

The harp has nine strings. A. 77

Harp with >/

AC-^V

302.

I54.

z*~:yf

T w e l v e Strings.

0 : Similar. The harp has twelve strings. R : Similar.

Harp with 303.

Nine Strings.

Fourteen Strings.

O: Similar. The harp has fourteen strings. R: Similar.

TURNE CAMAC.

. /' 304.

0 : Similar. Eight strings to harp. R : A cypher IIM Co. T U R N E CAMAC CHAIRMAN

/ Z f l iiC;r-.... & - " °>-

HALFPENNY.

A. 82

R a r i t y — T h e Turner Camac Series are all very rare. Nos. 271 and 304, five traced; 294, four traced; 277, 292, 295, 297, 301 and 303, three traced; all the others, only one or two traced. No. 274a, not traced.

COMMERCIAL TOKEN. 305.

0 : A cypher HMCo. C O M M E R C I A L TOKEN. R : A female seated holding a harp with eight strings, INCORPORA T E D BY ACT OF P A R L I A M E N T 1 7 9 2 .

305 R a r i t y — N o . 305, RR.


501

I D u b l t n . COOLEY'S.

0 : Figure of Hope resting upon an anchor, a ship at sea in the distance, SUCCESS TO COMMERCE.

R : A beehive and bees upon a shield, a crown above, a spade on each side, PROSPERITY TO THE AGRICULTURE OF IRELAND. E : HALFPENNY

.

PAYABLE

COOLEYS

.

DUBLIN

.

AT

.

SAMUEL

.

A. 97

806A. E : Plain. CORNWELL'S.

0 : Dust to left, ALEXR. CORNWELL. R: A shield, on which is " F O R TRADE." surmounted by the Prince of Wales' crest. 1795. A. 98 307rt. E : Milled. FYAN'S.

0 : Figure of Justice standing,

FOR THE HONOR

AND USE OF TRADE.

R : A bottle labelled 1794.

BRANDY,

TALBORT FYAN

S T R E E T DUBLIN * : HALFPENNY PAYABLE

e

AT

and a sugar-loaf. GROCER DUBLIN

POOLBEG CORK

DERRY.

OR

A. 9 9

3 0 8 F ( . E : PAYABLE AT DUBLIN CORK OR DERRY . X . X .

A. 99rt

808

P l"Wt\

808J. E 808C. E

•z.

: PAYABLE AT T H E BLACK HORSE TOWER H I L L . : PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL.

O : A female seated, leaning upon an anchor, holding a cornucopia, MAY I R E L A N D EVER FLOURISH.

h : The same as last. 1 - 7 !j

'•t .

E : MANUFACTURED HAM.

'H '

BY

W.

LUTWYCHE

BIRMING-

A. 100

309RT

E • PAYABLE IN ANGLESEY LONDON OR LIVERPOOL.

309/)

E ' PAYABLE AT BANBURY

A. 100(7 .'D ^ ^ ^

1

A

OXFORD

OR

READING.

A. 100b 809c. E: Milled 309ri. E : Milled over various inscriptions. A. 100r 309<J. E : PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF THOMAS

>V'S I

CLARKE.

309/. E : Plain. H.

310. >-s-az,77?si

0 00it . '

O : H and a bugle horn upon a shield, PAYABLE . IN . DUBLIN . OR . BELFAST

1795.

R : A female standing, FOR . T H E . GOOD . OF . TRADE. Head under first o of " G O O D . " A. 101 O : Similar. The head of the figure coming under the second o of " G O O D . " R: Similar. The end of the ribbon points to R. A . 102 Rarity—Nos. 306, a, 307«, 308/>, c, 309«, e, f , RRRThe others, common.

3096, RR-

309c, R.


502 D u b l i n . j

r %„>r- i

&

x V \ H Varieties.

Nos. 312-317. 312.

0 : As No. 311.

i f : Crowned bust,

IOHN

OF GAUNT, & C .

A. 103 313.

it: Bust to left,

ROBERT ORCHARD.

A. 104 814.

R : A man with a pipe in his mouth. S R . GEORGE COOK, &C.

j

n

& •

'••

A. 105

315.

R: Fame flying, &e.

A. 106

31G.

R: A cypher H S rf Co, &c.

A. 107

317.

R . A crown radiated, &c.

A. 108

Nos. 318-322. 318.

O: As rev. of No. 311.

R: A wheatsheaf, &c.

A. 109

Atkins No. 110, see Middlesex, No. 413.

//lib l--f>

319.

R : A man weaving in a loom, &c. A. I l l

319a.

E : PAYABLE AT LONDON OR DUBLIN . X

:!jj w

is

.

X

X .

.

320.

R: Prince of Wales' crest, &c. Also in brass.

A. 112

321.

R : A wheatsheaf and doves, &c. A. 113

322.

R : An anchor and cap of Liberty, &c. A.114

'

m i m ' % 9 -^ ^7./ _


503

2) u b It n. H.

S.

&

Co.

M a

m - a

u

k

J. J j J iyt'* . ) {4 iv l £

323.

0 : The Prince of Wales' crest, with HALF PENNY on the ribbon instead of the motto. PAYABLE . AT DUBLIN . CORK . OB . L I M E R I C K . 1 7 9 4 .

I!: A cypher II S it Co between laurel A. 115 branches.

325.

i

324. u : Similar to last, but with HALF PENNY divided by the crest and not on the ribbon, and dated 1795. R : Similar, but the branches end with four dots instead of a leaf, the cypher differs slightly also. A. 116

0 : Similar to last, but of finer workmanship. R: The leaves of wreath are divided, whilst those of the former are entire. A. 117

1 I

325

i

»

M

(M

326

(This illustration should have been as llunster, No. 12.)

326.

R: Arms of London, &

327.

Nos. 326—333. SCALES

WEIGHTS

STEELYARDS

R: Bust to left,

&

328

327

A. 118

KOBERT ORCHARD.

A. 119

0 : As No. 325. 328.

Z?: Fame flying, &c.

A. 120

r : Arms, crest a crowned head, &c. A. 121 329a. e : C U R R E N T E V E R Y W H E R E .

329.

JJJ "X

330 330.

R: A crown, (fee.

331.

r • Bust of

332

331 A. 122

332.

R : Laureate bust of William III. in a wreath. A. 124

A. 123

333.

r:

BRYEN BOIROIMHE, & C .

Wheatsheaf doves.

and

sickle between A. 125

Rarity—Nos. 312, 318, 819<j, 829«, 333, RRR. 313, 317, 322, 330, RR. 313, 315, 316, 319, 320, 326, 327, 329, 382, R. 321, 823, scarce. The others, common.


504

Dublin, ffy "if

mrm/u

*,w.

H

c <

S.

&

CO.

Varieties.

334.

0 : The rev. of No. 324. /?: Wheatsheaf and doves, &c.

^ Ji>t k " " r

Nos. 335-337.

O: As rev. of No. 325.

335.

r : A wheatsheaf, Ac.

336.

it: A wheatsheaf and doves, Ac. A. 128

337.

/f: An anchor and cap of Liberty, &c. A. 129

338.

0 : A figure of Justice standing, holding sword and scales, dividing the date, which is 17 94. The hand holding the scales is close to the letter

L.

38G

337

&

IN

A. 127

R.

L in "LIVE."

THE LAND WE LIVE

HALFPENNY.

r : A cypher l <ツ」 r , at bottom sprigs with six leaves on each side, the sprigs are tied with a ribbon with a single bow. PRO ME * si

ツ」? ツョ . l 83s

A. 126

>

MEREAR *

51

IN ME.

E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR HAROLDS CROSS

V

BUTTON FACTORY *

jji/,/)

A. 130

I ' f i o

27

341

Rarity窶年os. 341, RRR.

339.

0 : Similar to last, but the hand holding scales is opposite the i of " L I V E , " the dress and sash differ also. R : and e : Same as last. A. 131

340.

O: Similar, but with a Maltese cross between each word of the legend. R : and E : Same as last. A. 132

341.

0 : and E : Same as No. 338. R : Similar, but there is scarcely any bow to the tie, and there are eight leaves on each sprig. A. 183

335, 837, RR. 389, R. 338, common.

384, 886, 340, scarce.


505 D u b l i n , L.

342. i"J

W.»4

11 -

i

7

MV'

&

H.

0 : Slightly different from any of the preceding ; the head of the figure which has before been under the WE is now to the left of it, the dress and sash also differ. l i : Similar, but the wreath is tied with a triple bow, and is shorter, with six leaves on each side, and the legend is more spread. E : Same as No. 338. A. 134 0 : and E : Same as last. Ft : Similar, but without the two stars in the legend, the wreath is tied with a triple bow, and there are only five leaves on each sprig. A. 135 0 : Same as No. 340. Ft: and E : Same as last.

£14 a

A. 136

O . Figure of Justice standing, holding sword in left hand and scales in right. Date and legend as before. Ft: A cypher L d Ft, within a wreath of oak. E : Same as last. A. 137 M.

F.

W.

0 : A figure of Hope standing, PERITY TO IRELAND.

Ft: A cypher M F W.

iP

PROS-

E.C l 1 7 9 4 .

INCORPORATED BY

ACT OF PARLIAMENT.

T

-

E : PAY . T H E . BEARER . ONE . HALFPENNY .

«i

IN . D U B L I N .

P/iilTHXOiJ ,o ^?v

•-ft-

J7«;y

A. 138

346rt. E: Plain. PANTHEON.

347.

U : View of a building. Ft:

Ex.

1799.

PAYABLE AT T H E PANTHEON P H U S I T E C H NIKON.

0 : As last. R : Similar. The

\ k i t $ L

N

of "

PANTHEON

" closer

t o t h e N of " PHUSITECHNIKON."

s p ^ r - > '>

A. 139

349. O: Similar, but dated 1802.

V

Ft:

The

P

of

"PHUSITECHNI-

KON " under first limb of A. A. 140

\ 349

m

JJ

4

350. O : As last.

3 5 0

:

T h

e

N

of

"PANTHEON"

touches to edge of coin. Rarity—Nos. 344, 346a, 348, RR.

349, 350, scarce.

The others, common.


506

Dublin. PARKER'S.

351.

O: Female seated, leaning upon an anchor, and holding a cornucopia. MAY IRELAND EVER FLOURISH.

R : A register stove, Ex: 1794. E : PAYABLE

851

AT

W.

DUBLIN HALFPENNY. PARKER'S

MINGHAM WAREHOUSE

OLD

X

BIR-

A. 141

351fl. E :

PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR LONDON.

351fc. E :

PAYABLE

A. 141a Ali35PliifiH!X

IN

LANCASTER

LONDON

BRISTOL.

351c. E : Milled. 351rf. E : Plain (not in collar). 352

A. 141c A. 141rf

352.

0 : Similar, with F.A. in small letters under the feet of the figure. R : Similar, but dated 1795. A. 142 352a. e: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR AT BALLY MURTAGH.

3526. e :

PAYABLE

IN

A. 142a LANCASTER

LONDON

BRISTOL.

A. 142c

853.

O Slightly different in several respects, no small initials under the figure, and a flaw runs through the greater part of legend. A. 143 r and E : Same as No. 852.

354.

0 : Same as No. 852. R : A cypher H M Co, &c.

~*-w

i

OR

A. 1 4 2 i

852c. E : Milled.

i j g s

OR

A. 1416

E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR LONDON.

A. 144

354

.* /£

I

-4 j'W'

354a. e:

PAYABLE

IN

ANGLESEY

LONDON

OR

LIVERPOOL.

A. 144a

854i. E : Milled over an inscription.

A. 144b

"V

R. L. T. & CO. (Pro Bono Publico).

1

ZgGSr* ' 4

355.

0 : A female seated, holding a harp with seven strings, INDUSTRY HAS ITS SURE REWARD.

*°'>y

fy^fr) 'r'-\'i\tr^

r

356

1792.

R: A cypher R L T dt Co. PRO BONO PUBLICO. The legend on both sides in small letters. E: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OOBK OR LIMERICK. A. 145 A. 146a 355a. E Plain.

855

1 li

<> Similar, but the harp has five strings, and the legend is in large letters, A. 146 r: and E : Same as No. 855. 356a. : Plain. 356.


... O

£

,

507

Dublin. R. L. T. & CO. (Pro B o n o P u b l i c o ) .

357.

n 92

O • Similar to No. 355, but there is a dot after each word of legend, no apostrophe to ITS. R Similar, but letters of botli cypher and legend are larger. e

: PAYABLE IN

DUBLIN OR DERRY.

A. 147 357a. E

•>

: PAYABLE

IN

DUBLIN

CORK

DERRY

LIMERICK.

358.

OR

A. 147a

0

Very nearly like last, the harp has seven strings. Head under s. R : The letters of legend are similar, but with a dot after BONO. E

PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK OR DERRYOOOO

A. 148

,f j a L l *

359.

O : As last. R Letters of legend very large, the o of " B O N O " touches the C of the cypher. E : Same as last. A. 150

360.

U : Similar to No. 355, but the date is in very small figures, and low down, scarcely showing. R and E : Same as last. A. 149

361.

U: Similar, the workmanship very poor, seven strings to harp, a dot after each word of legend, and an arrowhead at commencement. R • RLT<£ Co between two arrow-heads.

1 mri

. PRO *

y

PAYABLE

^

BONO . . PUBLICO.

IN

DUBLIN

CORK

DERRY

LIMRICK.

i

m

m

i mm

362.

\

i&fc ^ #

m

362

0 : Similar, harp has six strings, . 1792. R : and E : Same as last.

Ifjfit

363.

363

A. 152

0 : Similar, harp has seven strings,

r-K. yJiv ci ii

m

IN-

DUSTRY I HAS . ITS . SURE I REWARD .-0

;'

OR

A. 151

DUSTRY . *

IN

. HAS I ITS I SURE . RE-

WARD . 1 7 9 2 .

R

Cypher between arrow-heads,

PRO +

BONO . PUBLICO.

E • Same as last. R a r i t y — N o s . 351«, d, 352a, 354, h, 355a, 356«, RRR. 357«, RR. 352c, scarce. The others, common.

A. 153

351c, 357, 359, 363, R.


508

D u b l i n . - C^-BOjy

R. L. T. & OO. (Pro Bono Publloo).

864.

0 : Similar to No. 857, but only six strings to harp. R-. °RLT <I C between two stars, PRO * BONO . . PUBLICO.

E : Same as last.

o

5g

A. 154

865.

O : As last. R : As No. 869.

866.

0 : Similar, but without dots, and legend commences and ends below seated figure. R: As No. 864.

867.

O. Same as No. 862. R : Same as last. e

*S®5R&

: PAYABLE

IN

DUBLIN

CORK

LIMERICK.

DERRY

OR

A. 155

367 [. ? tr ^ -j '' -u - i <* ^ h k >- I.

868.

^

0 : Same as No. 368. R : Same as last. E : As last.

A. 156

869.

0 : Similar to No. 864. R: Similar to last, but the o of " co " in cypher is in its proper place. E : As last. A. 157

870.

0 : As before, six strings to harp,

IN-

DUSTRY + HAS V I T S I SURE I REWARD.

f?

W \ir,

* f

'•

1792. R : Cypher as last,

PRO . BONO * PUBLICO.

HALFPENNY.

E : As last. R a r i t y — N o s . 365, 866, 372, 378, RRR 364, 867, 870, 371, 375, R. 369, 874, 877, scarce The others, common.

A. 158


509 D u b l i n .

a» R. L. T. & CO. (Pro Bono Publico).

871. t

O: As before, seven strings to harp. INDUSTRY

Ihiok

HAS

ITS

SURE

REWARD

1792. s's retrograde. R: Cypher R L T Co. P R O - B O N O - P U B L I C O -

c"'

HALFPENNY. -

E : As last. 871a. E : Plain. 372.

A. 159

0 : As before, six strings to harp, legend in large letters, dot after each word. R : Shield of arms. LANCASTER H A L F -

j - ^ 2 -

PENNY E

1792.

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR BALLISHANNON.

A. 160 373.

^ I ^ r r J 0 -c'vr^tbzsa

/

3 • r % ».r/WV

0 : and E : Same as last. R : Shield of arms. ASSOCIATED M I N E R S ARMS

lC?h

rhu.

374.

v

1795

IRISH

A. 161

0: A rudely executed female figure seated, holding a harp with six strings, INCORPORATED . BY . ACT . OF . P A R L I A M E N T . 1 7 9 2 .

R: and E : Same as No. 361.

/ ^ . j-~

x

.,-sJ —^ ._

,

A. 162

HIBERNIA.

" Cf

0 : A female seated holding a harp. HIBERNIA.

Ex:

R : A ship sailing, O F TRADE

376.

1804.

FOR T H E CONVENIENCE

*

A. 163

0 : Similar to last, but the letters of the legend are closer together. R : FOR

T H E | CONVENIENCE | OF | T R A D E .

A. 164

i'OK T.'i£ i

(cuirvz

;

^-Kf

W. F.

B.

& Co.

0 : A female seated, holding a harp. PAYABLE T i i i -

OFFICE

AT

THE

PAWNBROKERS

BISHOP ST.

R : A cypher W F B <£- Cu, the date 1804 W&hjf, under. L I C E N C E D BY ACT OF

^

•V

^ & ,

filSUti? s*

1

4%.

PARLIAMENT

*

A. 165

378. 0 : Similar, but with head below PA, instead of being below

'15045;^

Zl3ilOi>

AW.

R : As last.


510 V'

D u b l i n .

0J1

FINGALL. 879.

0 : A female seated, holding a harp. FINGALL •:•

HALFPENNY •:• 1 8 0 4 •:•

i i : A cypher W H Co.

PAYABLE AT HWORDH

OR DUBLIN #

A. 166

Also in brass. 7 -o(sm '' -• "VX

SWORDS. cl

880.

0 : Female seated holding a harp,

FOR

THE GOOD OF THE P U B L I C S # 1 7 9 2 'i

->Z

380

jf-v j v-.

R : Similar to last. Also in silver.

A. 167

. -(ilfJj&fo ^

881.

o

0 : Similar to last, but dated 1804. R : Similar to last. A. 168 Also in brass.

881

882. ill'j.'j lilat-ltao 882

BEGG'S. o : A cypher \v b, the date 1797 under. R : WM. BEGO TALLOW CHANDL®

384.

DUBLIN.

m . , s.o.nv;.

0 : Three sugar-loaves suspended,

T. O.

BRYEN CHURCH S T R E E T DUBLIN.

between

T . O . B i - . / i < l.\ CilTjJ'.cii. x>i'¥ii J*

885.

387 0 : Three sugar-loaves suspended, BRYEN . CHURCH . ST

R : A canister inscribed TEA between sugar-loaves. . GROCER & . DEALER. A. 171 1790. A. 172 O: Similar to last, but from different dies, and ... „ 1790.

j . o . BRYEN & c .

JlJ •£.0.})'• f £±{4\ Ciiyj',Cil.

388

R : As last. 887.

T. O.

DUBLIN.

sugar-loaves.

GROCER & TEA DEALER

886.

(

386

885

R : A canister

A. 1 6 9

Also in brass.

f h 's O . J K / i j f J <JjVJ3li:j*

91

iai'jac;'xiydi&ig,&kf w i : m utuumu s'ijf v maxlits.o . j sj, 888. O: The same as the rev. of last. 888s r : Similar, the 1 of 91 over p. A. 170 BRYEN'S MARLBRO S T

0 : As No. 885. R : A cask between a bottle and a glass, WHISKY.

.173 DEALER IN A. 174

888. O: The same as last. R : A bowl inscribed WHISKY, a bunch of grapes above, two pipes crossed below, DEALER IN CANDLES.

A. 175

WH

fl.


511 D u b l i n . CAMAC'S. 389.

O: A female seated, holding a harp. INCORPORATED MENT.

R:

BY

ACT

OF

PARLIA-

1792.

A cypher H M Co.

TURNER

CHAIRMAN . FARTHING .

CAMAC A. 176

389 Bis. O : As last. R : Similar, but with ornament before and after FARTHING. 389 Bis.

890.

O: Similar to No. 389, but with line before and after date. R : As last.

391.

0 : Similar to No. 389. R : Similar, but reading

CAMAC KYAN AND

CAMAC.

COOLEY'S. 392.

0 : Figure of Hope, as Halfpenny, CESS

jto

ti _

TO

SUC-

COMMERCE. -:S- FARTHING ;

The date at sides 17—95. R : A beehive, &c. PROSPERITY AGRICULTURE OF

*

TO T H E

IRELAND *-

E : Engrailed. 392a. E : Plain. 393.

^

0 : Similar to last. Date at the bottom in place of F A R T H I N G . R : Similar to last. E : Milled.

u , rr-* FLYNN'S. 394.

0 : A sugar-loaf with a ribbon above it, No. 11 below. FLYNN . GROCER . HAMMOND . L A N E .

R : A Figure of Hope.

A. 69, Lothian

Also in brass.

/V'-J

V

HUTTON'S. 395.

O: A coronet, MAXL. HUTTON . NO. . 101. R: Six griffins' heads, a cross below, with a lozenge on either side. JAMES'S STREET.

396.

A. 177

O: The same as last. R : Similar, but without the lozenges by side of cross, and no fleur-de-lis before and after legend. A. 178

R a r i t y — N o s . 384, 390, 392, a, 393, RRR. 383, 389 Bis, 391, KR. 380, 381, 394, R. 379, 382, 385, 386, 387, 388, 396, scarce. 389, 395, common.


512

Dublin. MURPHY'S. j £ j'i

•IOOl>

5.1. jjj 1•?/>

i-TDfV^

897

898

897.

Nos. 8 9 7 - 4 0 0 . R : The same as No. 385.

898.

R : A cask, &c.

'zjfri

1

1

. li-a ;t

>\ > J tt

o :

M : MURPHY . NO.

As No. 887. /

^ - O ,

:•?

'

.i

v

^

8

. WOOD S . t . DUBLIN . 1 7 9 6 .

A. 179

899.

R: A bowl, &c.

A. 180

400.

R : Two heads, 1795.

As No. 888.

A. 181

WE T H R E E BLOCKHEADS BE

A. 182

ROORKE.

-Jr- ~H 2 7

401.

0 : Crest, out of a ducal coronet a hand holding an arrow, IOHN ROURKE. R : Four fleurs-de-lis. IOHN ROURKE.

402.

O: Bust to left laureated.

MISCELLANEOUS. ESQr.

DAVLD.GARRICK.

1792.

R : PAYABLE | IN DUBLIN O r | LONDON 1 7 9 2 . . LO

y

"

E : Milled. A. 188 402a E : Plain. Nos. 4 0 8 - 4 1 0 . O: A female seated, holding a harp, HIBERNIA. 408. R: A laureated bust to left, OOD SAVE

A/O M

' ^

400

T H E KING.

107

A. 184

404.

R: Bust to left,

A. 185

405.

R : PANDORAS BREECHES, &C.

A. 186

406.

R : Bust of

A. 187

407.

R : An open book, &c.

A. 188

40H.

R: End of P 3 T, <fcc.

A. 189

409.

R:

410.

R: A dove and olive branch, also from a halfpenny die. A. 191

ROBERT ORCHARD.

ADML. MAC11RIDE.

A cypher P S Co from a halfpenny die. A. 190

The edges of all these are milled. PEROIVAL. 411.

O: Similar to No. 889. II: A monogram cypher PEROIVAL DUBLIN

R a r i t y — N o s . 402a, 400, 411, RRR. 898,

899,

404,

401, RR. 407,

409,

A P. ANN A. 192

897, 400, 402, 408, 405, 408, R. 410, scarce.


513

C o r fe, 18th and 19th CENTURY LEADEN TOKENS. 412.

0:

JOHN

CARROLL

.

MALLOW

LANE.

A

sugar-loaf in the centre. R: A bird with expanded wings resting on a heart, at each side of which is a sprig of olive. J o h n Carroll w a s a grocer a n d b a k e r . 413.

o:

W.M

HOARE.

R : P.L.M.T

BRIDGE.

This t o k e n w a s issued by W i l l i a m Hoare, grocer. H e lived at George's Quay-side, P a r l i a m e n t - B r i d g e , in 1811.

'f

f

414.

418

x

: f t

-

«•/

0 : D O B ' in script capitals, in cypher, within a beaded circle. R : SHANDON . S T R E E T . In the centre is a crest, an arm holding a snake, between NO and 2.

T h i s t o k e n was issued by D e n n i s O ' F J y n n , a b o u t t h e y e a r 1795,

414 415.

415

Token issued by A n d r e w L u c e t t c , grocer. He resided i n B a r r a c k Street, a b o u t t h e y e a r 1808.

416.

"

S

~

B

0 : A sugar-loaf between the letters F and M, in roman capitals, a circle of pellets near the edge. R: An eagle with expanded wings, within a circle of pellets.

Token issued by F r e d e r i c k Miller, a grocer, w h o lived in B a r r a c k Street, a b o u t t h e y e a r 1808.

417.

0: A L in script capitals. R: A sugar-loaf with a ring for suspension at the top between Bk and sT (Barrack Street); a branch above and another below the sugar-loaf.

J

!

*

1

)

0 : I D in script capitals, within a circle of pellets. R: A sugar-loaf with a ring for suspension at the top dividing Bk and sT, within a circle of pellets.

T o k e n issued b y J o h n D r i n e n , grocer, w h o lived i n B a r r a c k Street, a b o u t t h e y e a r 1808. -ft

r 4

->\

!-l j s i , a

'j

m m k u '&a£0* X1H '..

.j .

\

0:

418.

IOHN LYNCH.

R : BARRACK S T R E E T .

0 : R . SIMMONS BARRACK S T

419.

R : GROCERIES WINES SPIRITS. 419

Bis.

O: R:

m

m

* if*

) /

419

A. 207

IOHN . HARE. BARRACK S T R E E T . A circular token described by Mr. Lindsay, " View of the Coinage of Ireland," p. 120.

J o h n H a r e w a s a grocer in Barrack S t r e e t , in t h e year 1816 ; he a f t e r w a r d s r e m o v e d to P a t r i c k S t r e e t .


514

D u b l i n

18th and 19th CENTURY LEADEN TOKENS. 420.

0 : ASHLEY

BLUE . BOAR

FRAN*

ST T ,

SUr-

rounded by a raised border. Ft: Blank. A. 193 W i l l i a m Ashley, grocer, lived a t 77. F r a n c i s Street, in t h e y e a r 1797.

421.

o:

JOHN . B O S H E L L .

R:

N ° 8 3 CHURCH S T t

In the centre is a flower of six petals. A. 194

T o k e n issued by J o h n Boshell, grocer, w h o resided in C h u r c h Street, f r o m 1781 t o 1786.

422.

o : P BYRNE N? 28. E : CH" str?

Milled edge. A. 195

P a t r i c k B y r n e , grocer, lived a t 28, Old C h u r c h S t r e e t , f r o m 1779 t o 1792.

423.

O:

c . COLGAN.

R : N ° 1 3 THOMAS S T .

ztma

424.

0 :

A. 196

L A U R E C E DARDIS.

R : 6 9 UORSET STR T

425.

o : EDWARD . DUNN. R : N ° 1 3 . DORSET . S T R E E T .

426.

A. 197

o : MICHAEL D 0 W L I N G . R : N ° 1 6 P I L L LANE.

427.

0 : WILLIAM . FAY. R\

1 1 4 JAMES S T T

A. 198

William F a y , grocer, is n a m e d in t h e Dublin Directory for t h e y e a r s 1798 a n d 1799.

I -r ; • •,

. r.

C i j / - t^&k 428

428.

FLEMING. In the centre is an urn with a loop at each side; flames issue from the urn. The token is counter-struck with the letters P.F. R: n° 101 ch? sT A. 199

0

PET"

P e t e r F l e m i n g , grocer, is n a m e d in t h e D u b l i n Directory f r o m 1776 t o 1786.


515 D u b l i n .

18th and 19th CENTURY LEADEN TOKENS. 429.

429

0:

CHR K HALPIN.

R:

39

CHURCH ST T .

C h r i s t o p h e r HalpiD, g r o c e r , l i v e d a t 39, Old C h u r c h S t r e e t , f r o m 1787 t o 1793. 480.

o : J A 8 HALPIN. r

480

481. Jig

/*-

481

: . 1 8 . MAKYS LANE.

O:

HUTTON. In the centre a double circle, with four small crosses at equal distances between the two circles. r : JAMES . STREET. In the centre is 101, with a bird (?) over the figures. A. 200 MAX'LL

M a x w e l l H u t t o n , g r o c e r , of N o . 131, J a m e s S t r e e t , is n a m e d in t h e D u b l i n D i r e c t o r y f r o m 1787 t o 1790. 432.

o : THOMAS KF.LLY. : N ° 9 1 PILL . LANE DUBLIN.

r

482

483.

0:

R : N°

484. 438

LEONARD. In the centre is a flower of six petals. A. 201 . 41 . BRITAIN . sT. In the centre a flower of six petals.

THO B

O: and R: Similar, a pellet instead of a flower. A. 202

T h o m a s L e o n a r d , g r o c e r , r e s i d e d a t N o . 41, B r i t a i n S t r e e t , 1779 t o 1783.

485.

O:

485 i - i r 486. 430

o:

./3 r ' j a > r

i 4i JU'f

A

487.

0:

l A U J i J 437

r:

i

across the field. Above the name is a lion rampant, below it is a trefoil; all within a roped circle near the edge. 27 FISHERS LANE, within a roped circle. A. 208 . LYON

In the centre is a harp. Round the edge is a beaded circle. BRUNSWICK S T t . In the centre N° 14. Round the edge is a beaded circle. A. 204

MOR®? M C DONOGH.

M°GRANE. A flower of six petals in the centre, and a similar flower at the commencement of the legend. N° 10 BOOT LANE. There is a flower of six petals near the margin after BOOT, and two similar ones under

JOHN

LANE. 488

438

0: * BRYAN * MULLADY. r : 2 STRAND S T .

A. 205


>16

2> u b I \ n. 18th and 19th CENTURY LEADEN TOKENS. 439.

o:

Between the lines is a sprig. R : N° 101 CH" S t . There is a scroll under the lower line. A. 206 PAT ROONEY.

P a t r i c k R o o n e y , grocer, resided a t No. 101, Old C h u r c h S t r e e t , f r o m 1787 t o 1790. He was the successor of P e t e r F l e m i n g . 410.

0:

P. DORMAN . GROCER. N° 84 PILL LANE.

R: A sugar-loaf. 441.

0:

4 12.

O : I : T N° 3 2 . R : UPPER . CHURCH : ST. is 3 2 .

There is a small annulet after the surname. R: MARY'S ABBEY. A. I l l , Lothian CHA" SMYTH.

In the centre A. 2 0 8

J o h n Taylor, grocer, resided a t No. 32, U p p e r C h u r c h S t r e e t , f r o m 1787 to 1791.

£ r/ l/) <

443.

ROBT WHITE.

O:

Countermarked below the name with the initials R W in script characters, on a rectangular label.

R : 1 0 6 PILL LANE.

A Cj If,-;.

A. 2 1 0

R o b e r t W h i t e , grocer lived a t 10K, Pill L a n e , f r o m 1773 t o 1784. 4 4 3 Bis. O : WALSH R : 3 2 MILL LANE.

(See Addenda for illustration.) 444.

O : HUGH KELLY. R : 7 3 £ JAMES . ST 1 '.

I u a M.S. C a t a l o g u e of t h e Gillespie Collection t h e r e is a f u l l d e s c r i p t i o n of t h i s token, which r e a d s a s follows :—O : UCGH KELLY. R : 73J JAMES s».

445.

O: c R:

with a beaded border round the edge. 1 SILVER s \ with a beaded border round the edge.

BYRNE GROCER,

C a t h e r i n e B y r n e , grocer, lived a t No. 1, Silver Street, f r o m 179C to 1798.

m

446.

O : JAMES DELANY. R : N° 8 8 MARYS LANE.

447.

O : TER K O'NEILL. R : N° 1 0 5 PILL LANE.

448.

o : THOMAS VICTORY. R : N° 4 LATTINS COURT.


517 D u b l i n .

18th and 19th CENTURY LEADEN TOKENS.

LOCALITY

-

r

0: T.A A circle of pellets near margin. R: A seated fox, surrounded by a raised border.

450.

0: H L, within a dentated circle near margin. R : A bell, a pellet at each side, and another below the bell, contained within a dentated circle.

461.

O : A tower, within a beaded circle. R : v.i, contained within a beaded circle.

452.

0: DOB, stamped in an oblong label with an engrailed border. R : Blank.

458.

0:

TYRKELL

N° 9 T.C, contained within an engrailed border. R : Blank. This is an oblong piece. A. 209

454.

0

Unreadable. A sheep suspended from a ribbon tied into a bow. Below is the word I R E L A N D . : WOOLLEN MANUFACTURE.

455.

o: T . r : K s interlaced.

456.

o : — E R S O . STREET .

r:

a

Bkiik™

Sec No. 459 for the same piece on a larger flan.

T J f f rj

456

ASCERTAINED.

449.

r

,

NOT

457

457.

o : I. T, within a border of dots. R : Blank.


518 D u b l i n .

18th and 19th CENTURY LEADEN TOKENS. LOCALITY v! j .

S I B

3$

458.

459.

NOT

ASCERTAINED.

0 : A cypher W L it Co. R : Blank. o : -NDERSON STREET.

R : Blank. 4(50. To the leaden tokens already mentioned may be added a number of pieces of lead of all shapes and sizes, stamped with the initials G.N. These initials are those of George Nesbitt, Esq., of Woodhill, Ardara, Co. Donegal, by whom the tokens were issued, about the year 1790, to pay his workmen. They passed current in the village. These tokens were formerly in the collection of Dr. Aquilla Smith, to whom they were presented by the Rev. George Tredennick, a grandson of Mr. George Nesbitt.

463. 464.

O: M. 7i: Plain.

461.

O: T D — F in large Roman capitals in two lines. R: B l a n k ; weight 120 grains.

462.

O: K F in beaded circle near the margin. r : Blank; weight 48 grains.

465.

O : i • s stamped in. R : Plain. An irregular lump.

466.

0 : Seems w. s. E. verydeeply stamped in. R • Plain. An irregular lump.

A circular piece.

0. F o D stamped in. R: Plain. An oblong piece.

T h e s e f o u r t o k e n s a r e d e s c r i b e d by M r . L i n d s a y , w h o s t a t e s t h a t t h e y w e r e s t r u c k in Cork 1809 a n d 1813." b u t t h e p e r s o n s w h o issued t h e m h a v e n o t b e e n i d e n t i f i e d .

'between

E I G H T E E N T H AND N I N E T E E N T H CENTURY LEADEN TOKENS. Nos. 412 to 460.—By the kind permission of the Council of the Academy, the majority of the illustrations are from casts taken from the Royal Irish Academy's unique Collection, which is deposited in the National Museum. The descriptions and particulars with regard to the Issuers are taken from a Manuscript Catalogue lent by the Keeper of Irish Antiquities, E. C. R. Armstrong, Esq., M.R.I.A., F.S.A. Nos. 426, 432, 4 3 8 and 4 4 0 are from specimens in the British Museum. Nos. 418, 419, 424, 425, 430, 4 4 3 bis and 4 4 6 are from specimens in the cabinets of Private Collectors. Nos. 412, 419 bis, 4 3 4 , 461, 462, 463, 464, 465 and 466 have not been traced, the particulars being taken from the Catalogue of Dr. Aquilla Smith, M.D., M.R.I.A., published in the " Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland," 1858-59. Nos. 447 and 4 4 8 not traced.

Particulars from the Catalogue of the Gillespie Collection.


519

<5 a I w a p. t*j

s<? - .窶「\窶「 gg&>

1.

' ' 窶「jit*

O : Female seated holding a harp,

PAY-

ABLE IN GAL WAY OR DUBLIN 1 7 9 2

V? : A cypher h m c

FOR GOOD TRADE

AND P L E N T Y .

This piece is RR.

Iktno's

County.

thirteentence. CHARLEVILLE.

1.

O: Arms and supporters, <fcc., of the Earl of Charleville. CHARLEVILLE above, FOREST below. INDUSTRY SHALL PROSPER . 1802. The ends of ribbon line with the first limb of N and second limb of E.

O'li'Li-iMOUIiK OK 31i/

MOWJ

r

1

: PAYABLE AT TULLAMOORE FIRST TUESDAY IN EACH MONTH.

ONE SHILLING AND

The lower limb of E lines just before P. A. 1 0 : As last. R : Very similar to last. The A clearly defined in No. 1, the upper portion is filled in. The branch nearly touches the Y in " P A Y A B L E . " (See Addenda for illustration.) ONE PENNY.

2.

viulvxhjj, 8.

idu'jus. jlsiisda'i

4.

0 : Similar. The ends of ribbon line with second limb of N and first limb of E. b: Similar. The lower limb of E lines with first limb of p.

O: As last. r : Similar. The top of Y lines with p. Nos. 8, 4, RRR. 1, 2, fairly common.

fIDuneter. -'CTr:-

1.

O: A crowned sceptre.

head BRYEN

in profile, and BOIROIMHE

KING

OF MUNSTER.

R : A wheatsheaf and sickle, between

m

TWO

DOVES.

PEACE

AND

PLENTY

HALFPENNY. e

.' PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK OR DERRY.

la. E : Plain (not in collar). 2.

A. 1 A. l a

0 : Similar, but the front point of crown t o u ch es t h e K of " KING," a n d there

is a circle of very fine dots outside legend. R : Similar, but the wheatsheaf is farther from legend, and the tail of the dove to right is on a line with last limb of Y in " HALFPENNY."

e : Milled. 2a. E : Plain (not in collar). Karity窶年o. 2, RRR.

1, R.

la, 2a, common.

A. 2 A. 2a


520

fID un »t c r. -i" > 3.

0 : As No. 1. R: / / and a bugle horn, &c Nos. 4-11.

4.

11: A

O

wheatsheaf.

A. 8

As No. 2 PEACE

PLENTY

&

A. 4

$

}M Nos. 4-11

Obverse for !

5.

R : Bust of " ROBERT

6.

i? : Orchard's Arms.

A. 5

ORCHARD.'

A. 6

, y r / ^

jiaia."

7.

i?: Man weaving in a loom, &c. E

a

o #

: PAYABLE

r

AT

THE

WAREHOUSE

LIVER-

POOL.

A. 7

7a. E : Plain (not in collar). 7ft. E 7r.

s0mo»<

A. 7a

: CURRENT EVERY W H E R E .

E : CAMBRIDGE BEDFORD AND HUNTINGDON.

7d.

E

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR LONDON.

I f .

E

: PAYABLE

IN

LANCASTER

LONDON

OR

LIVERPOOL.

8.

R : Arms, crest a canister. e

A. 8 A. 8a

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR LONDON.

8a. E : Plain (not in collar). -v&jlj

8ft. E

: PAYABLE

IN

LANCASTER

LONDON

OR

LANCASTER

LONDON

OR

BRISTOL. 8C.

E

: PAYABLE

IN

LIVERPOOL.

9.

10.

R: H and a bugle horn, &c.

A. 9

R : Anchor and cap of Liberty, &c. A. 10

11.

R : A crown radiated, &c.

12.

R: The arms

Nos. 12-19. >J J JJ "X

A. 11

0: As R: of No. 2 of

London.

W E I G H T S , &C.

SCALES

A. 12

Also in brass. is

f w m / 18.

R: Bust of Orchard, as No. 5.

R a r i t y — N o s . 4, 7, c, d, e, 8, c, 11, 13, RRR. 7ft, 8ft, RR. 3, 8a, scarce. 9, 12, common.

5, 6, la, 10, R.

A. 18


521

fil> u n 61 e r. Nos. 12-19. 14

R

0 : As R : of No. 2.

A fat man at table,

E N G L I S H SLAVERY.

A. 14 15.

r : A lean man on the ground.

FRENCH

LIBERTY.

A. 15

r : A man weaving, &c.

A. 16

r . Arms, crest a canister.

A. 17

R : An anchor, &c.

A. 18

r:

A. 19

A crown, &c.

Nos. 16, 17, 18. RRR.

19, RR.

14, 15, R

ft t p p e r a r \>. halfpenny. CLONMEL. 0 : Female seated holding a harp,

PAY-

ABLE AT C L O N M E L L OR D U B L I N . 1 7 9 2 .

r : A cypher i j m c. TRADE.

FOR T H E GOOD OF

HALFREADY.

This piece is RRR.

M e y f orb. ENNISCORTHY. A castle by the sea, having a gateway with portcullis, tbe latter being formed of seven perpendicular bars, with one horizontal one running through from side to side. PAYABLE

AT

ENNISCORTHY.

THE

BANK

The

OF

N S of

R.

W.

ENNIS-

CORTHY are formed thus : Nupon a shield R: A monogram rw suspended from the branch of a tree. A.D. 1800. A. 1

r-

()• Similar to last, but the left-hand bar of portcullis is disconnected and the horizontal bar does not run through. The N'S thus : N • 2 R : As last. 0 : Similar to No. 1, but with six perpendicular bars only. The N'S as last. A 3 r : As No. 1. 0 . Similar to last, but the horizontal bar does not run through and the perpendicular bar on left band is disconnected. The N N' SS as No. 1. A. 4 r : As No. 1. Nos. 1, 2, R.

3 and 4, common.


522

M c f f o r b. -a r

c

j

*â&#x20AC;˘ ENNISCORTHY.

ito ojjcgcjc'z 5.

'!r j i j .

0

A cypher r II', crest a peacock. FOR CHANGE 1 8 0 0 .

r:

PAYABLE AT WOODCOCK'S CORTHY.

The

BANK

terminal

thus : N . WO',

N'S

A. 5

,z.

6. .

ENNIS-

of

0 : As last. r : Similar, the N'S thus : N-

0 -HI v ]

'//OO-fCOC-Jfa %

7.

2a**

8. ; y&qjsp'jza

0 : The wings of crest shorter. r:

As No. 5.

O

Similar to last, the last 0 of date closer to R.

r

Similar, but the apostrophe is on the top of the s and touching it, the bottom line of the legend is more spread, the Y touching the s, the N'S thus : N . A. 6

0

Similar to last, the top of crest closer to H.

r

Similar to last, but the N'S thus : JV.

,/'0ovcucjf^ k

ii A j X if

9.

i-4^

jioo^vpsms;

10.

11.

jioojjcpcxz rL

'

0 : Similar to last. r:

The same as No. 8

O

The same as No. 7.

r:

The same as No. 9.


523

Merforb.

VI OOB/OCKS

'4

ENNISCORTHY.

'1

0 ft

The same as No. 5. The apostrophe is a peat-like drop midway between the K and s. A. 7

18.

O : The top of crest touches the first limb of H. R: The centre line of legend is more spread out and comes quite to the A. 8 edges

14.

0 : The top of crest to second limb ol H.

3

v/ooococrJ a ••

A

f

*i r

iwoolicucicz ••'• • r'-v • < 'A

m

12.

x

R

As last.

.«Iil A, 15.

0 : The top of crest between o and H. It; Similar, instead of the apostrophe there is a small annulet A. 9

16.

0 : The same as No. 13. R: As last.

:wqjjdol>g&

r - A -- -ira *

w o oiicipci: WtW**

16

GOREY.

f j

^ ,

17.

'7?V

0 : A female seated, O R . DUBLIN.

r

, j$sl

R

18.

17 Rarity—No. 18, RRR.

A cypher }

O : As last. II: Similar,

II M C.

PAYABLE . AT . GOKY

1792. DUBLIN HALFPENNY.

A. Cork 4

HALFPENNY

spelt

HLFPENNY.

18 8, 10, 11, 14, 17, RR.

5, 6, 7, 9, 12, 13, 16, 16, R.


524 M

t c h Io w.

halfpennies.

CRONEBANE. Irish Mine Co. 1789.

:

Unless stated otherwise the edges of Nos. 3 to 34 read PAYABLE AT CRONEBANE LODGE OR IN DUBLIN X

c -

O : Artist proof of an unfinished die. Without legend. R : Blank. E : Milled.

2.

O: Artist proof of an unfinished die. Without crosier or jewels on top of mitre, CRONEBANE H A L F P E N N Y . R . Blank

3.

O : A bishop's head in profile, and a crosier tied with a bow of ribbon, the end of the upper one comes just under the Y of " H A L F P E N N Y . ' '

-1

y

^ yjy ••-'"M-rrL -cv

--£> J ' ^r ^ • 4 I.A

1.

CRONEBANE HALFPENNY.

R : Shield of arms, crest a windlass, the handle of which nearly touches the second limb of R, the 1 of date comes level with middle of T.

iTfL '^.

ASSOCIATED

IRISH

MINE

COMPANY

1789.

4.

0 r

Ml

-

I

yw--, . . -< /• >,

A. 1

Similar to last, but the upper ribbon comes nearly to the foot of the Y. The bend of the handle of windlass nearly touches the first limb of the R, the 1 in date between A and T.

0

Very similar to last. The lower ribbon not so close to the handle of crosier. R: As last. Ay fX

i

<

/f f r U m I.

5

^

*

6.

O : As last. R : The 1 in date to lower part of T.

7.

O: Similar, but the ribbon comes to the centre of Y. r : As last. A. 2


525

TO \ c h I o w.

& CRONEBANE. Irish Mine Oo. 1789. "15-1 j'/r >

8.

0 : Similar, the ribbon nearly to the top of v. A': The handle touches the second limb of R. A. 3

9. / £

r

T >

"' T V l -

0 : Similar to last, but the ribbon is further from Y. n : The 1 on a line with top of T.

10.

0 : As last. Ft

11.

A. 4

The 1 to the centre of T.

0 : As last. R; The 1 between A and T.

I •••":V 5 F-R ,;

12.

0 : The ribbon comes to the top of Y. H Similar, the 1 to centre of foot of the T. A. 5

18

0

-/V

Similar to last, the period closer to foot of Y.

11: The handle touches R and i. to centre of T.

The 1

- # J 11%, !t'l

rs-

% e. r

g

Ja

p?t» ft o

i

R a r i t y — N o s . 1, 2, 10, ERR.

5, RR.

8, 4, 6, 11, 12, R

The others, common


52G

M i c k low.

CRONEBANE. Irish Mine Oo. 1789. 14.

A /

O

The end of ribbon touches Y.

r

The 1 level with the top of second limb of A. A. 8

rrfc- 3 k

IP'

J

15.

0 : Similar, the top of crosier between p and E . r : The 1 between A and T.

A. 7

- r r f i ' v> 16.

R

av

( ^ r -)

£i

0 : Similar to last. The crosier closer to the legend, and the period closer to Y. R : The 1 to lower part of T, the upright of windlass further from H, and nearly under first limb of M.

17.

••,'•!—h V'-,

18

0

As last.

r:

The 1 on a line with the top of A. A. 6

O

Very similar to last, further from Y.

r

The 1 to first limb of T.

k : Plain.

19.

/ T ' ^ 4

•• '

Vrte

< k

O

the

period

A. 17

The upper ribbon further from Y, the crosier not connected in the centre. The 1 to the centre of T.

A. 10


527

M i c h I o w.

q CRONEBANE. Irish Mine Co. 1789. 20.

0 : The upper ribbon nearly between N and Y. R : The 1 to lower part of T. No. 16.

•o

21.

Same as A. 9

0 : As last. R: The left upright of windlass nearly under I.

g

ffjmk

*\

iSi'i

\

22. c'j/

O : Similar to last, the period lines with the centre of Y. R: The 1 to the centre of last limb of A.

. , 4 - S S ^

28.

7®**?

O : Similar to last. from legend.

The crosier further

R: The 1 to top of T, the upright of windlass nearly under first limb of m. A. 11 ^ r [

v/}'"';, L

<c ' 'rr\

24.

O : Similar to last, but the foot of the letter Y in " H A L F P E N N Y " being gone makes it look like a v. R : The 1 to centre of T.

A. 12

fy-u 4

'

25.

M

O : As last. R : The 1 to middle of last limb of A.

R a r i t y — N o . 20, RRR.

21, RR.

16, 17, 25, R.

The others, common.


528 M

ic hi o w.

CRONEBANE. Irish Mine Co. 1789. %.

i 26.

j&

•V

J

,

m.m

.-'--,'Zil -rrl

t'i

j<4 ^ 27.

0 . The ribbon just below the N. 7?

The 1 to first limb of T.

O

As last.

B : The 1 to top of second limb of A.

f-su'S-5,J* -/V V - ['•" 1 ll ^yj o

m

%>-1.

28.

/I

M^K-ssiS

29.

% tm

m p i i —- *F

80.

%

'

0 i'Sf

u*

o.

Same as last.

h

The handle touches second limb of R, the 1 comes to top part of T. There is a Haw runs through the latter part of " ASSOCIATED." A. 15

0

The crosier is quite different to any others, being plain at the end, and the ribbons hang one on either side of the handle.

H

The handle is farther from the legend, the top of the 1 in date comes to the middle of the T. A. 16

' ~ 81.

&

0 : Same as last.

l&i'm, f,

/ ^ -'

i

Jk ( ^ »3r A\m

"<:^A | § I ^

The handle touches second limb of r, and the 1 of date comes to lower part of T. A. 18

TV: Similar, but the handle touches the first limb of R, the top of the 1 comes to middle of the T. A. 14

r

'•ri

0 • The end of upper ribbon comes to the last limb of N, and the bottom one to the Y.

{

£ §

i

r

^

4 r Vv *•*-** 1 yi

B p l ^

y$ *


529 M

t c fe I o w .

CRONEBANE. Counterfeits. Irish Mine Co. 1789 32.

O : A poor imitation, the crosier touching the bishop's nose. R: Similar to preceding, but the 1 of date comes to first limb of A, and the 9 opposite the o. E : Plain (not in collar). A. 18

83.

0 ft.

E

34.

Similar to the last, but the crosier does not quite touch. " M I N E " and " C O M P A N Y " are joined so as to form one word, the top of 1 comes to middle of T. : PASSABLE EVERY WHARE.

O: A bishop's head in profile,

A. 1 9

CRONE-

BANE HALFPENNY.

R: and E : Similar to No. 8.

A. 20

1703. 85.

O; Similar, the crosier has a bow but no ribbons hanging down. R : Similar, but dated 1798. E : PAYABLE

IN

LONDON

LIVERPOOL

BRISTOL.

85a. E: .-t.lzjrl

f-rtv <

a

•'~

-

A. 21a

85//.

E : PAYABLE AT LIVERPOOL OR BRISTOL.

36.

O: Similar, but without a period at end of legend. R: Shield of arms, crest a windlass.

.

h i li 'j z*

Milled.

OR

A. 21

Miners Arms (No Date).

ASSOCIATED IRISH MINERS ARMS. E : PAYABLE AT DUBLIN CORK OR BELFAST

. X X .

in

i d

•*" >1 r ' -hrr^'% /-C-/ . 'i

I R a r i t y — N o s . 29, 34, 356, RRR.

37.

A. 22

0

Similar to last, but with a period at end of legend. The end of the top ribbon points to the middle of foot of the Y. R: Similar. E As last. A. 23

80, 31, 33, RR.

82, R.

The others, common.


580 XRH i c k I o w .

»

-f-

CRONEBANE.

%

Miners Arms (No Date).

c/ ^suob*

'x

38.

O : As last. ft: and E : As No. 36.

39.

0 : Similar to last in having period, but the end of the upper ribbon points between the foot of the Y and the period. R: and E : As No. 86. A. 24

89a.

E : PAYABLE

IN

ANGLESEY

LONDON

LIVERPOOL.

89/>. E : 39c. E :

PAYABLE IN H U L L AND LONDON. PAYABLE

AT

LONDON

OR B E L F A S T .

A. 24-/

0 : As last. R : As No. 87. e

1/

OR

A. 2 4 c

89</. E : PAYABLE AT LONDON CORK 89«. E : Plain (not in collar). 40.

A. 24/)

LIVERPOOL

BRISTOL.

Sw

OK

A. 24a

: AN ASYLUM FOR T H E OPPRESSED OF ALL NATION8.

' Z M M 41.

0 : A poor copy. R : Similar, but the left windlass is broken. e

handle

of

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK OR DERRY.

A. 25 42.

0 : Similar, but crosier points to second limb of N, instead cf to first limb. R : and E : As last. Miners' Arms, 1789 Without Crosier.

'

TTT- ^

43.

Straight 1.

O : A bishop's head in profile,

ORONEBANE

There is no period. R : Dated 1789, the 1 straight, pointed at at top, flat at bottom. HALFPENNY.

s

^ £ %,&*• -

E : PAYABLE X AT X CRONEBANE X OR * *

43n.

DUBLIN X O X

E : HALFPENNY.

PAYABLE

AT

HORSE TOWER H I L L .

-hTK v

48/).

E : PAYABLE

AT

BIRMINGHAM

BRISTOL.

48c.

E : PAYABLE

IN

THE

BLACK A . 26(1

LONDON

OR

A. 266 LANCASTER

BRISTOL.

rtzasf

IN

A. 26

LONDON

OR

A. 26c

48</,

E : PAYABLE BY THOMAS BALL SLEAFORD.

48*.

e : PAYABLE BY I. SIMMONS S T A P L E H U R S T .

A. 26<i A. 26tf 43 f . E : PAYABLE AT JOHN SAWYERS 48'/. E : Plain (not in collar).

ROMNEY

A. 26/


531 M i c f W o w.

-rjTi S

CRONEBANE.

*

W i t h Crosier. 44.

S t r a i g h t 1.

0 : A bishop's head as before, with crosier, the ends of ribbon come one to foot of Y, and one to period. R : S a m e as last. E

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR LONDON + . +

44a.

E

: PAYABLE

A. 27

446.

£ • : PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR L I V E R P O O L .

44C.

E

IN LANCASTER LONDON OR B R I S T O L .

A. '27fl -vlS-ri J "1'- — u ^kf '% f g S " m f>7 & 3 ^ i -f.%

A. 27b : PAYABLE AT RICHARD LONGS LIBRARY.

44'/. E : jPlain (not in collar). 45.

A. 27c

O: Similar to last, excepting that the end of the lower ribbon hangs down straight. R : The top of the 1 in date is flat, and comes to the middle of the A. e

: PAYABLE AT ANGLESEA LONDON OR B R I S T O L .

A. 28 46.

^IPPPr ..

•<? ' I — r - y ^ \ >v %

0 : The end of upper ribbon touches lower part of Y, the other hangs down straight, below the period. R : Same as last. e

: PAYABLE *

X

AT

X

CRONEBANE

X

OR

DUBLIN X O X

*

IN

A. 29

46a. E : Without the ornaments between the words. A. 29a 466.

E : PAYABLE AT BIRMINGHAM LONDON OR B R I S T O L .

46c.

E

A. 296 : PAYABLE AT A N G L E S E A LONDON OR B R I S T O L .

W i t h Crosier. 47.

— - • J rp.it

Curved 1.

(>: As before, but the crosier comes quite upon the period, both ends of ribbon above the Y. R : The 1 of date is curved, the 9 of date comes to the h, the handle touches the i. e

: PAYABLE AT CLOUGHER OR IN DUBLIN - X X -

E

: PAYABLE IN LONDON BRISTOL & LANCASTER.

A. 30 47a.

0 : The crosier nearly touches the period, the ends of ribbon on each side of the foot of Y. R: As last. e: PAYABLE AT C L O U G H E R OR IN DUBLIN - X X A. 31 A. 31a 48a. E : PAYABLE IN H U L L AND IN LONDON. 48.

fh

486.

e : PAYABLE IN LONDON BRISTOL & LANCASTER.

48c. e : Plain (not in collar). R a r i t y — N o s . 38, 39d, 40, 43/, 446, c, 47a, RRR. 396, 41, 43d, 44d, 46c, RR. 39c, e, 42, 43, e, 44, 45, 46, a, 48a, R. The others, common.

A 316 A. 31c


532 M

i c h Io w.

I I\rx^j . ay M—| L <kf /& -zszr. ,• % pi mm &

m

l

CRONEBANE. 49.

i

0 : and E : As No. 48. R : Similar in all respects, but the shading of the arms scarcely shows. A. 32

49a.

e:

49/'.

E

: PAYABLE IN LONDON BRISTOL & LANCAS-

49c.

E

: AT GEORGE EDWARD

PAYABLE IN H U L L AND IN LONDON. A . 3 2 a

A. 32b

TER.

SARGEANTS PORT-

A. 32<

SEA.

4 9 d . E : PAYABLE AT N. BOLINOBROKE'S, HABER DASHER, & C . , NORWICH.

m

49e.

E : Plain.

50.

O

r

# ^

%

Similar, but the period is farther from the crosier, and the ends of ribbon do not nearly reach to the letter Y. and E : Same as No. 47. A. 33 PAYABLE IN LONDON BRISTOL AND LAN

50a. E 51.

O

R

E:

CASTER.

The period is farther still from the crosier, and the ends of ribbon shorter. There is usually a flaw under the bust by which this may be recognized. The handle comes just under, but does not touch the first limb of the R, the 1 of date comes between the I and A, and the 9 by the s. PAYABLE AT CLOUGHER - X X

51a. E 51/i. E 61c. E:

5hl. E

/ •

3

OR

IN

-

DUBLIN

A. 34

CURRENT EVERY W H E R E .

A. 34a

Engrailed. Milled. Plain (not in collar).

A. 344 A. 34c A. 34<i

1794.

% . 52.

0 r E

From the same die as No. 37. As before, but dated 17—94. PAYABLE AT DUBLIN CORK OR BELFAST

.XX.

A. 35 1765.

53.

0 r

/*> "M—r- ^

e: 54.

Similar, but from different die, and not so well executed as last. As before, but dated 17—95. The 5 almost touches the A of " A R M S . " PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK OR DERRY . . .

A. 36 0 : As last. R: The top of 1 of date is level with top of c, instead of being level with i, and the top of 5 of date is level with top of s instead of centre. As last.


533 M i c h l o w .

CRONEBANE. 55.

0 : Similar to last, but with a period after " CRONEBANE " and none after " HALFPENNY "

# 1 , 1 ^

R: The top of 1 of date is level with i, and the top of 5 is level with lower part of R.

-.jir '*• p -1 T*/ r- f cr i i_ * Vv.

e

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR IN BALLISHANNON

+

56. *-

I

Jia

«a p%u V/iiX'J iii

'

0: A

+

A. 37

1706. bishop's head

with

crosier.

CRONEBANE

HALFPENNY.

" HALFPENNY

" are retrograde.

N'S

IN

R : Shield of arms, crest a windlass. iLri.M z

ASSOCIATED *

IRISH *

MINE *

COM-

PANY, 1 7 9 6 .

i-'O-LT

e

: PAYABLE IN CURLINORK DERRY OR

This is of poor execution, and is evidently a counterfeit.

Varieties. 57.

O : The obv. of No. 39. R : PAYABLE AT T H E R E S I D E N C E OF, &C.

A. 38

58. • -

O: The obv. of No. 35. R . Bishop Blaze and lamb.

^

E

: PAYABLE AT L I V E R P O O L OR B R I S T O L .

A. 39 Nos. 59 and 60. 59.

0 : The obv. of No. 32.

R : A cypher H M Co. &c. e

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN D E R R Y OR LIMRICK.

A. 40

60.

R : H and a bugle horn, &c.

R a r i t y — N o s . 4 9 d , e, 50a, 51 b, <1, RRR. 49c, 56, RR. The others, common.

49, 53, 54, 57, R.

A. 41


534

W \ c IU o w.

CRONEBANE. 61. 'ow

0 : The obv. of No. 42. B: Arms, crest a crowned head, &c. e

: PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK OR DEHRY.

A. 4'2

u*£z-»

61a. E : Plain (not in collar).

62.

A. 42a

O: The obv. of No. 41. R: and E: As No. 61.

68.

a A •*! A

0

The obv. of No. 48.

b

Figure of Justice,

FOR CHANGE NOT

FRAUD.

Wj'-Ti

;5r I

68a. E

PAYABLE

A. 43 IN

LANCASTER

LONDON

OR

LONDON

OR

BRISTOL.

64.

O : The obv. of No. 46. Z?: The same as last.

TV

£_

;.3

>i\

P ~7

j M /m J fx

-

E

'•

PAYABLE

IN

LANCASTER

BRISTOL.

64 Bis.

A. 44

0 : Similar to No. 47.

H : John of Gaunt. E : PAYABLE

IN

LONDON BRISTOL &

LAN-

CASTER.

65.

O: Bust similar to No. 68, NEW

* MINE

CRONEBANE

*

B: H, and a bugle horn, &c., as No. 60. A. 45

quj.jz

66.

O: A very different bust, in very high relief. B

Similar to last. horn, &c.

H, and a bugle A. 46


535

WU cfcI o w. -i t j j , .

CRONEBANE. 07.

O : The same as last. /?: Similar to No. 61.

68.

A. 47

O : The obv. die of No. 50. 7?: Female

seated holding a harp. Ex : A small ornament.

HIBERNIA. f . : PAYABLE

IN

LONDON

BRISTOL

&

CASTER.

sjus-m

LAN A. 48

68a. E : Engrailed.

Nos. 69 and 70.

A. 48a

0 : The rev. of No. 87.

69.

H : Dove with olive branch, Ac.

A. 49

70.

7i : Bust of Earl Howe, &c.

A. 50

$:S&M2P^ •

Atkins' No. 51, see Durham No. 7.

71.

0 : The rev. of No. 45. it:

Bust of Earl Howe, &c. A. 52

E : C U R R E N T EVERY W H E R E .

71a. f. : Plain (not in collar).

Nos. 72-74. 72. o

M - r l t 'V,

A. 52a

0 : The rev. of No. 47.

R : Bust of John of Gaunt, &c. f . : PAYABLE

IN

LONDON

BRISTOL

CASTER.

72a. E : Plain.

R a r i t y — N o s . 61a, 63a, 64 His, 71, a, RRR. 62, 64, 72«, RR. 67, 69, scarce. The others, common.

LANA. 5 8

65, 66, 70, R.


536

M U k l o w .

ORONEBANE.

Nos. 72-74.

0 - The rev. of No. 47.

78.

Ft: Dove with olive branch.

A. 54

74.

7? : St. Andrew with his cross, &c. A. 55

%

?

75.

The rev. of No. 51 HIDERNIA, PAYABLE

&c. AT

The same as No. 68. THE

WAREHOUSE

POOL X X X

75a. e

A. 56

: PAYABLE IN LONDON,

76.

HIBERNIA,

LIVER-

and engrailed.

he., as rev. of last.

Bust of John of Gaunt, Ac.

'

CURRENT EVERY W H E R E .

A. 57

.. „.vS»" """(Hill/,,.

. . • « t ,

r%rri -

, ' 6 r

77.

0 : Similar to the rev. of No. 87, but not from the same die. B : A ship sailing, e:

R a r i t y — N o s . 78, 74, 75n, 77, RRR.

NAVIGATION AND TRADE.

Milled.

The others, common.


537

ba, BEDFORDSHIRE.

3«.

Also in brass. BUCKINGHAMSHIRE.

3/ij's. Proof of obv. die. R: Blank. E : Plain. 22. Also copper, silver-plated. 28. Also in silver. Not No. 27.

DEV

CAMBRIDGESHIRE.

9a. Also in white-metal.

i:•.>i< YfSi /i'itJ

1 2 d.

E :

14d.

e

19c. On large flan, plain edge, not in collar.

i/T>I.

CHESHIRE.

6. 1 Bis DORSET

YiS¥Xl±l> Y/E/ulOl/r^l J2

\

DORSET

J ~

CAMBRIDGE BEDFORD HUNTINGDON. : CURRENT E V E R Y W H E R E .

^

Also in white-metal.—Sharp, p. 38, No. 4.

9 Bis. 0: As No. 13. B : Similar to No. 9. Head under p, and three of the spokes are double. See page 549 for illustration. Proof of Macclesfield 1790 Halfpennyin silver. 32. Also in brass. 49 Bis. 0 : The coat further from lettering. B : As No. 49. See page 549 for illustration. 81 Iiis. 0 : An oak tree. l i : Blank. e

: PAYABLE AT MACCLESFIELD LIVERPOOL OR

CONGLETON.——Oondcv, p. 2 4 , N o . 19. CORNWALL.

la. E:

Plain.

2a. E:

Plain (not in collar). Struck on thick Han.

2a.

PAYABLE AT T H E WORSW1CK & SON.

CUMBERLAND.

38 Bis

DEVONSHIRE.

ESSEX E:

WAREHOUSE

OF

THOMAS

DORSET.

1 Bis. 0: Bust to left. B:

GEORGIVS III. REX

1789.

A P R E S E N T FROM WEYMOUTH.

In white-metal. 36. E: Milled. 4a. E : Plain.

G6

ESSEX.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE

V 67 GLOUCESTERSHIRE

1.

Also in silver.

4«.

E : RICHARD BACON COCKEY LANE.

12. Also in brass. 29a. E : Milled. 33 Bis. 0 : As No. 33. K: Mullet under shield instead of a rose, and the line under the castle does not extend to the o. 34a. F. \ Milled. 39/.

E

: PAYABLE AT LONDON LIVERPOOL OR B R I S T O L .


088

afc>t> e n & a.

•/'ll 'iff

A

i?

n m

-?

A's'A-W ; - . . ^ %

r

c.v

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. E : Plain

zt

^

,^

*

COVENTRY T O K E N .

Nos. 68 to 77— See page 38 for descriptive matter.

70 Bis I. O

Similar to No. 70 closer to bust. R : As No. 70.

i ® r %

The period

70 Bis II. 0:

Similar. The laurel leaf under the third i. R : As No. 70.

76 Bis. O: Bust as before, with i d under it R: Similar to No. 68. A. 49

Bis /.

HAMPSHIRE

I

E : Plain.

i —I M

ITALIAN

4

FRENCH

PORTUGAL

FKRLT

WAREHOUSE.

40a.

E : Plain 0 Reading IN° instead of

48 Bis.

His JI

bid.

Plain.

Not No. 64a.

68<z. E 74 b. E

: LONDON L I V E R P O O L MONTROSE.

756.

: PAYABLE IN LONDON BRISTOL & LANCASTEB

E

Also in iron. 88 896. Also plated. e Plain.

E

: -CONGLETON.

-i 11

'?

V

ION*

THOMAS CLACK.

E : PAYABLE AT T H E

fa* m


539

'7

HAMPSHIRE.

102.

Also in silver. Nos. 115-117.—See page 52.

115.

Also in silver.

117.

Also in silver.

Not No. 116.

HERTFORDSHIRE.

4. 0 : As previously described. H: View of river, with barges, Ac. ; a period after date. :

PAYABLE AT BISHOPS STORTFORD.

4 Bis I. 0 : and E : As last. li : Similar to last, but the mountains on the right nearly touches foot of F. Bis I.

4 Bis II. O : As No. 4. H: Similar to No. 4, but no period after date. / ? : PAYABLE

AT

BISHOPS

STORTFOHL)

& CO.

These are gilt proofs.

i

4 Bis I la. E : Plain. His II. KENT.

23.

Also in silver.

Delete No. 22 in silver.

LANCASHIRE.

38 Bis.

O : Point of crown to first limb of N. R : Centre line to A and first limb of E. E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN OR BALLYMUKTAGH.

38 Bis 45e.

e :

PAYABLE IN CHANDOS S T R E E T COVENT GARDEN.

G8 Bis.

O : As last. It: As last, but no heads to bulrushes. E: Proper.

836.

: PAYABLE

E

IN

LIVERPOOL.

LANCASTER

LONDON

OR


540

a & t> e n & a . LANCASHIRE. 87 Bis. 0: Top of mast nearly touches i., bow sprit between N and Y H: As No. 92. 108)//. E : PAYABLE AT LONDON OR BELFAST. lOHtt. E : PAYABLE AT LONDON OR BRIGHTON. 137 Bis. O : The reverse of No. 135. R : The obverse of No. 31 E : Plain. 188 .Bis. 0 : As last. R • As rev. of No. 137.

rA-l/G

E

W I L L E Y 3 N E D S H I L L BF.RSHAM BRADLEY

116. Also in silver. 149fc. E : W I L L E Y S N E D K H I L L

BERSHAM BltADLEY.

MIDDLESEX. a tilt iotjd ufilis-omsj'

SCptts jom'j w

Tti&IiJM

mwm

CT UJlh !G ] lsiut-i;.

MAi

13. Also in silver. 14 Bis. O: Similar. The curl further from lettering. ft Similar. 23 Ms. Proof in tin of No. 23 on a single flan.—Sharp, p. 14, No 7 3 0 lit*. 0 : R " . HOTHAM S E R L E . S T R E E T LINCOLNS : INN . LONDON . S E L L S . HATS 7? : AND STOCKINGS : OF . H I S . OWN . MANUFACTURING . W H O L E S A L E . & . RETAIL.

81u.

E : As last, but not in collar, and on larger flan. 32a. Also in copper. 35. Struck only in white-metal. 38. Also in silver. 81a. E : Plain. 120n. F. : Plain. 176. Also copper-plated. 177. Also copper-plated. 181 Bis. O : As No. 181. K

FROGMORE

D I E XIX MAI1. M.DCC.XCV.

Struck in silver.


541

H fc c it 5 a.

184 Bin II 184 Bis I.

As No. 184. Bust to right, CHARLOTTE REGINA . 1789. Struck in white-metal. Bust to right, GEORGIVS III D E I GRATIA. Royal arms.

184 Bis II. 0

MAY

HE

EVER

REIGN

OF HIS P E O P L E .

201 Bis

185. Also in silver. 102. Also copper-plated. 195. Also white-metal 204 Bis. 0 : As No. 204 I I : " Integrity " spelt

IN

THE

HEARTS

(Struck in silver.)

_ #

7T

n ii

MP JOILTI - J M O J F .

Id

204 Bis INTEGRETY

STILL KLDuftiS uiw

/111 11

213 Bis I. O : Bust to right,

THE

RIGHT

HONOURABLE WM. PITT 1 7 8 9 . b : MAY BRITAIN S T I L L F L O U R I S H , e t c .

In white-metal. 213 Bis II. O : Very similar to last. R : As last. I n white-metal. 231.

See page 118.

233 Bis. O : As No. 23. Ii : Similar. The T of " THAT " over the space between o and o of " DO."

R*)

sicfzll. 3\ v-ttiiv >'l wahs'sojtaklj.z JUS" iUCUSj. J .CiUJU-htCilUj// /

234 Bis. 0 : No period after MAN. R : The same as No. 233 Bis.


Ht>fccnfc>a.

542

MIDDLESEX mimrjih Irtjj-sHA

V/ilA'i SUXf dlv

iff Bis II. 235 Bis 1. 0 : As No. 235. R-. Similar. The period further from M.

235 Bis 11. 0 : As No. 235. I i : Similar, but DO period after M.

miksaussye wuvtb 31101/til JOU, b u n,

JIATSO-'.

wupuj iSUVi.1' g. yrtt Bis IV.

235 Bis III.

235 Bis IV. O : Similar. There is a difference in the ground, and a ? at the end of legend. R : The same as No. 235 Bis 1. 238. Also in silver.

O : As No. 235. K : Similar, T over o of " DO."

z *i r u v/u>jhb

LOACLlV^

/uuiz'z zlu£ 1 LX2 ilbMvlZZ VOL'S TAB3Z*ri, fAVI£Zr l £ 3 in VH AIJ5Z! „ 238 l>£ tazviz Bis YOUS

SiiClUXii

•inn i 0 237 Bis. 0 Similar. Ground different. R : The period is below the level of M.

V.

240

luvisez lzi* 'CllltZZZ

.. ~^Sr

240 and 241. See page 120 for descriptive matter.

238 Bis

,

V

0 : and R: Similar, in French.

The wording

\

2 4 1

//

245 His

245 Bis. O: Similar to last, but instead of date under bust, it reads—BOBN FEB 11 1732. In white-metal.


543

MIDDLESEX. 'j u.irj

2746. Also struck on thick flan, usual size. 274 Bis.

0 ; Similar.

A star before and after

" LONG-ACRE."

B : Similar.

5-/XUS 266 See page 552.

302. Also in brass. 306a. E :

4fiU>J*al J

A star before and after

" CUTTING-TEETH."

ifliOi'MZ

308/.

E

CHAMBERS LANGSTON HALL &

: PAYABLE IN CHANDOS S T R E E T CONVENT GARDEN.

jiUlfii i-iLJJJ JOK-iiJ

325. Also in brass. 329. Also in brass. 334a. E : Milled (coarse). -1 J —* /i S

r-

343 liis. O: Similar, but reads c . R : As No. 343.

IBBERSON.

3476. E : Plain 352c. E : Plain. 424. 3576. 862/. 363a. 3736.

E: E:

Plain. Milled to right.

E:

BIRMINGHAM R E D R U T H SWANSEA.

E :

PAYABLE AT P A R K E R S OLD BIRMINGHAM

465. Also in brass.

WAREHOUSE.

393e. E:

Milled

over

E : Milled over

467 Bis.

CHAMBERS

Proof in tin. -Sharp (Addenda).

513a. E: 546a.

Plain.

COVENTRY

edge.

LANGSTON

583 Bis. O : Church steeple.

H A L L & CO.

393f.

Some of these were also struck from the polished obv. die.

EMSWORTH

H : CONSTITUTIONAL SOCIETY OF S T B R I D E S

HALFPENNY

APR!' 9 1801.

PAYABLE BY J O H N S T R I D E .

398. Also in silver. 417 and 421. The oliv. was struck from polished dies. The word J A M E S does not show.

E : Plain. 5966.

E : Plain.

676 Bis. O: A head, EVER

IN GOAL OK ABROAD, WHAT-

B E T I D E , MY

FREEDOM

SHALL BE

I i : Heart in hand,

STRUGGLE

FOIt

1795.

HONOUR.

677a. E-. Milled. 690 Bis.

1{: Without the partial obliteration of date. E : Plain.

720a. E : 740c. E

SKIDMORF, HOLBORN LONDON.

: PAYABLE AT T H E WAREHOUSE OF ROBERT REYNOLDS & CO.

749.

Also in brass.

749a. E : Milled. 759 Bis.

690 Bis

R : A cat, etc. E : Milled.

7786. E : Plain. 785. Also in brass.


544

H & c n t> a. MIDDLESEX.

829 His. O: The rev. of No. 829. I i : A crown and 22 stamped on it. e

: PAYABLE AT T H E WAREHOUSE OF THOMAS CLARKE.

830 His. 0 : The obv. of No. 829. li: Blank. E \ PAYABLE

AT

THE

WAREHOUSE

OF

THOMAS CLARKE.

• > "*s \

885. And white-metal bronzed over. 850b. E: Plain. <>

Is

8526. E : Milled. 858a. E:

Milled.

904c. E : Milled. 918. Also in silver. 928*. Still finer milling than No. 928</. 985. Also in brass. 989. Also in brass. 944 Bis

O: Bust, Ft: A lion. E: Plain.

GF.ORGIVS III DEI GRATIA.

945. Also in wliite-metal. 1005 Bis. Struck from No. 227 dies, on Halfpenny size flan. 1144 See page '204.

1006c. E\

Plain (In collar).

1017;/. E:

PAYABLE AT JOHN ROOKS NORWICH.

1024 Bis. Proof of Hardy Halfpenny. No date. R e a d s — H A R D Y , not

>

Mm

J^VWIV-

1182

See page '208.

T. HARHY.

1048 Bis. Proof of obv. of No. 1048. 11: Blank. 1084. Also in brass. 1090. E : Milled.

Not No. 1085. (Not plain).

1104. Also in brass. 1105. Also in brass. 1182 His.O: B u s t t o r i g h t . GEO HI D O REX 1787. Ii: Star of the Order of the Garter. This is struck in lead. It is stated that these were used in Woolwich Arsenal. 1184. Also in silver 1185 Bis. O : Similar. 11:

wzt

" VIRTUE

" in a curved line.

1161. Also struck on large flan, nearly Halfpenny size. 1164a. E : Milled.


545

NORFOLK. 6b. I n silver, plain edge. 13/"

E

. J O H N HARVEY O F NORWICH.

3ft. E:

NORTHUMBERLAND. Milled.

38a. E : Plain 19 Bit.

SHROPSHIRE. Proof of obv. of No. 19. Rev. blank.

SOMERSETSHIRE.

STAFFORDSHIRE. 11a. E : Plain. 20a. E : Plain. SUFFOLK. 15a.

e :

MANUFACTURED

BY W.

25. Also struck on a Spanish dollar.

28 Bis.

Proof of obv. of No. 28.

Rev. blank.

43a. E: Plain.

LUTWYCHE

BIR-

MINGHAM.

48a.

E:

PAYABLE AT ADAM SIMPSONS ROMNEY.

120. A d d — E : Milled.

A. 105

SUSSEX. 21

Sharp, p. 91, No. 10. A variety from new obverse die—untraced.

25 Bis.

0: It:

As No. 25.~^ Similar.

30a. E : Milled over 34 Bis. 5?

S K I D M O R E HOLBORN LONDON.

0 : As No. 34. R : Similar, but the cypher and crest larger.— Sharp, p. 92, No. 19. WARWICKSHIRE.

2a. Countermarked w i t h a W, a6 l a . 4 fit's. The rare medalet. used for No. 4.

j 7j,y

The obverse die was

8. Also in white-metal. 10. I n white-metal only. 34. A d d — E : Plain, in collar. 34. Also in silver. 34a. E : Plain, not in collar. 35. Also in silver.

221 Bis I.

O: As No. 200. R : Bust to left,

STANHOPE

48 Bis.

Proof of No. 48. p. 158, No. 125.

84 Bis.

O: As No. 84. R : As rev. of No. 86.

94 Bis.

O : As No. 94. R : End of cornucopia to centre of R.

NOBLE

W I T H O U T NOBI LI TY. E : PAYABLE AT ADAM SIMPSONS ROMSEY.

221 Bis II. An impression from the puncheon for the head of Priestley.—Sharp, p. 278, No. 27.

110«. E : Plain. 150a.

E : AT G E O R G E S A R G E N T S PORTSEA.

Also in brass.

288/.

E : Milled/////.

171.

241«.

E : Plain.

No. 200 struck in silver.

277a. E : Plain.

810a. E : Plain.

2826.

8296. e:

E :

PAYABLE AT T H E W A R E H O U S E OF A L E X R . SWAP & CO.

Rev. blank —Daois.

A. 72*

PAYABLE AT A N G L E S E Y LONDON OR L I V E R POOL.


540

Sfc&enfc>a. WARWICKSHIRE. O : As No. 332. U : A n unfinished bust of Wilkinson, without lettering. E : As usual.

332 Bis.

472 Bis.

j

O : As No. 387. I I : M a i l and post coaches, etc., as the rev. of Middlesex, No. 339. E : Plain.

Dir. iilriJL VCHZ5M 1$ Or

1 His.

SiiGLxSili

£

WESTMORLAND. Proof of obverse die.—Sharp, p. 99, No. 2.

4c. E : Plain. WORCESTERSHIRE. *>•££/

23/».

E : BIRMINGHAM RF.DRUTH & SWANSEA.

23c.

E : W I L L E Y S N E D S I I I L L HEltSHAM BRADI.EY.

42 Bis. 0:

Similar to No. 42, but w i t h CL under bust. T!: As No. 42.

45 Bis I. 0 : Similar, w A & c° under bust. 11: Similar to No. 33. A. 37

£*! ^

'* •'• *k f w j Z [v/Of.C ZS &

45 Bis II. 0: Similar, i i> under bust. R : As No. 39. K : Milled. Struck on small flan.

2H.

YORKSHIRE. See page 554-5 for full list of edges.

611/. K : Engrailed on small flan. 656.

E :

70 Bis.

Is 11.

PAYABLE ON DEMAND,

and engrailed.

ANGLESEY. Very similar to No. 09, but with eight acorns in wreath to left. H : As No. 69. See page 551 for illustration. 0:

199 Bis I I . O : As No. 199. l i : 1 between N and Y, 8 under centre of w. See name 549 for illustration. 236 Bis. O: As No. 236. I I : As No. 232. 437 His. O : As No. 338. H : As No. 438. : PAYABLE AT ANGLE POOL.

19 See page 322.

438(/. Also in brass.

LONDON OR LIVER-


H S> e nfta. 20a

21 bis I.

ft': tfisi.

m h

Plain. O: As No. 21. R : Wall ends at apex of A. W of WRIGHT properly formed, ground to left ends nearer the R.

Bis 11

.<

ANGUSSHIRE. Milled.

ft':

216.

547

21 Bis II. O As No. 21. B : Similar to last, but with ornate terminals to w and L of WALLS.

* 128 H

22a. E : As No. 21.

{• - m m

i

Add note after No. 8 6 — S h a r p , p. 219, No. 22 "Also a specimen; the flan has a circle of silver inserted before the coin was struck." This may refer to any Nos. 80-36. LOTHIAN. 15a. ft": Plain.

<

66 Bis. Proof of reverse only. E : Plain, in c o l l a r — S h a r p , p. 227, No. 14.

z «*/

-#

•*

128 Bis.

150 Bis. 1 B page 458.

4 I > is

2 8 2 Bis.

O: Similar. The N of the centre mast. R: As last.

EDIN"

over

See page 551. 0 : MUSSELBUROH * FARTHING +

R:

P. BOIIRHILL . CANTEEN.

A wheat-

sheaf in the centre. PERTHSHIRE. 9a. E : Plain. NOT LOCAL. 3 Bis. 0 : Similar to No. 3, wider space between

m f 4 m $£s& 3jusb 283 £»s See page 497.

N a n d E o f WINE.

i f : As No. 8. t—

7 Bis. Similar to No. 7, the T further from E of WINE.

n : As No. 7. See page 549 for illustration. DROGHEDA. 4 Bis. O : Similar to No. 4. R: As No. 4. NOT LOCAL.

1

mo*i'r

No. 2, see page 519.

1.

0 : A man working in a loom. R : R B on a shield. E: Plain.


548

a M> c n ?> a. CAMAC, KYAN AND CAMAC. 33 Bis.

O . As No. 33. 1!: The A w i t h cross-bar. ft': No. 2.

53 His, 73 Bis, 90 Bis. See page 551. 72 Bis, 82 Bis. See page 549. 98a.

ft:

116 Bis.

O : Similar to No. 116. B : The loop of c close to c of ft' : No. 2.

117a. E: 125 Bis, 128 Bis, 137 Bis.

W r&j

No. 1.

"CAMAC."

No. 2. 148 Bis II. See page 551. 148 Bis I. See page 550. See page 549.

152 Uis I. O : Similar, the foot points to the centre of c. E : No. 2. Bis I.

152Bis II.

O: As last. B: Wider space between "AND" a n d " CAMAC."

E : No. 2. 152 Bis I I I . 0 : See page 550.

Bis II

158 Bis.

0: Head under T. 7?: Monogram nearer legend. K : No. 2. A. 42

171 Bis. 0 : See page 550. 219(1. E :

PAYABI.E IN DUBLIN

CORK

DKRRY OR

LIMERICK.

w>

224a. ft': Plain. 289 Bis.

0 : The head still further from A. 1!: Top of c to centre of A.

wi&iii DUBLIN. 369 Bis. O: and ft': As No. 369. B : As No. 364. See page 555 for other D u b l i n pieces not illustrated. WICKLOW. 4'2 Bis. 0 : The upper ribbon between N and Y. I t : Similar. E : PAYABLE IN DUBLIN CORK AND BKLFAST.


S

549

c n t> a. CHESHIRE

mi&

? 9 Bis See page 537.

49 Bis See page 687.

ANGLESEY. LANARKSHIRE.

M '

*??# ^

r w : BaM't'fe.

'i£

I fits i / . See page 546.

'. .- ! * "

A finer illustration of this piece.

RENFREWSHIRE.

NOT LOCAL.

j-'-u. •tV'.M j j

: < - V No. 3 See page 553

3

/,Ys

See page 547. DUBLIN. ...._...

m.

H

83 Bis This is the same as that illustrated on page 548. ,,j>S

72 Bis.

i

O: As No. 72. R : Loop of c to first limb of M. E '• No. 1.

& % T ® ^v;'V

82 fit's. 0 • Top of harp lines with the lower part of L. R : As No. 82. E : No. 2,

137 Bis.

O r E

Head still further from A. As No. 187. No. 1.


550

H

cn&a

DUBLIN.

f

128 Bis.

O : T h e ground further from N. The 1 and 7 of date retrograde E : As No. 128.

.

A ,

*

o f

1

r

'

US Bis 1. <> '• Similar, but date further from line. /?: Similar, f,' No. 2. » > <«W

sa/lm

-

163 152 Bis 111. (> : As No. 152 Bis J H : The loop to first l i m b of M. E : Plain.

V 'j,

-J."'j*

A finer illustration of this piece.

% a

i VJ

K

212 171 /)t*. O: Head directly under c. K : Similar. ft' : No. 1.

3

s

A finer illustration.

"*

r^wra

370

A finer illustration of this piece.

370

See page 553.


551

B 6 e n b a.

DUBLIN.

i m i

m'mm 58 Bis.

O : As No. 53. It The loop of c to first l i m b of M E : No. 1.

m 90 Bis. O : The foot points between i and N. A> • TV,„ I „ " t I. I I I- I . The loop of c to last limb of A. E : Plain.

i f ' 1 9

73 Bis.

f

The upper portion of ground to l i g h t lines with first liuib of E. R : The loop of c to first limb of M. E : No. 2. 0:

,-jg jr-fxfr,.

k

148 Bis II. 0 : The ground further fro B»UUUU L U U I I W i r o m lettering. r • The loop of c to first l i m b of M E : No. 2. A 32

4 ^ 1 ^ -

t

f

t

125 Bis.

ANGLESEY.

O: The ground lines to centre of i. I!: The loop of c to last limb of M E : Plain.

LOTHIAN. PORTOBELLO.

% 150 Bin. 70 Bis. See page 546.

The lettering similar to No. 150, but the ornaments are different.


552

Corri

q c

it J) a. MIDDLESEX. R : and E: Should read—As No. 839.

BEDFORDSHIRE. 2. 36.

E : Should read—COVENTRY Should read—ROOKS, not

I?:

342.

TOKEN.

8516. E : Should read —

ROOK.

16.

BERKSHIRE. Atkins' reference should read—16.

25.

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. Atkins' reference No. should be 25.

18.

CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 0 : Should read—The rev. of No. 12.

64.

CHESHIRE. Should read — PAYABLE

E:

IN,

352.

LONDON

8. 19.

ESSEX. Atkins' reference No. should be 90.

BEARER ONE

The

562. E : Should read—COVENTRY T O K E N . Odd Fellows. The numbers should read — 798-810. Nos. 811—817, not Nos. 811-818.

844/1. Atkins' No. 655. 880a. Atkins' No. 693, not 880.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. Note, re Ottley, No. 14, should read—No. 11 St. Bartholomew.

DEMAND T H E

O : Should read — Similar to last, button further from 1 of date.

Oppression.

DERBYSHIRE. R: and F.: Should read—As No. 2.

8.

REDRUTH

Note after No. 451 should read—Similar to No. 485.

ANGLESEY OR LIVERPOOL.

HAMPSHIRE. E : Should read — I PROMISE

BIRMINGHAM

OR SWANSEA.

912.

Should read—Proof of obv. 909, not 911.

935.

The first illustration should read—935.

941.

Omit the word " Laureate."

985a. Edge should read—PAYABLE

AT LONDON OR

DUBLIN. TO

PAY

ON

1018c. Should be Milled *

PENNY.

KENT. E : Should read—MATHEWS"

1188. The obv. should read—As No. 1136, tint No. 1135.

14.

Issuer's name should read—HAYCRAFT.

1184. I n brass, not 1185.

85.

LANCASHIRE. R : Should read—As No. 87.

6.

NORFOLK. 48 under illustration should be 44.

106.

Atkins' reference, No. 57.

180.

R : Should read—As No. 128, not As last.

147.

Atkins' reference, No. 90.

8.

SHROPSHIRE. 2. The obv. should read—The reverse of last. 25/'. Atkins' reference should read—23/. SOMERSETSHIRE. 48. The edge should read—ANGLESEY, not

LINCOLNSHIRE. Atkins' reference, No. 9.

ANGLE-

SEA.

MIDDLESEX. 18<i. E : Should read—ON DEMAND TO PAY ONE

29.

.

E : As No. 68. LONG-

ACRE." :

Should read—a hyphen in

"CUTTING-

TEETH."

See page 548 for illustration. 389.

O : Should read—G

19.

WARWICKSHIRE. The illustration numbered 18 should be 19.

70 and 71.

O: Should read —a hyphen in " R

SUSSEX. The illustration of Nos. 24 and 26 should be transposed.

PROMISE

R : and E : Should read — As No. 28, not As No. 27.

69, 70, and 71. 266.

PENNY

WE

. IBBERTSON.

The edge should read—BIGGS'S.

250a. Atkins' reference number—188a. 256.

E : Should read—COVENTRY

259.

Rev. should read—No. 2, not No. 8.

392.

E

: PAYABLE IN ANGLESEY, not

TOKEN.

AT.


563

C o r r i o c u & a. WARWICKSHIRE. The silver pieces should read— 284. 271. 257. 286. 272. 259. 288. 274. 262. 289a. 277. 265. 291. 280. 267a. 282a. 291a. 269.

293a. 295. 297. 299. 300.

402.

This is from the same dies as No. 894 Should be No. 8946.

403.

Atkins' reference should be—2776.

404.

Atkins' reference should be—2766.

RENFREWSHIRE. 3. Should read— O : An anchor (no inner circle) A FA RT H I N G R : A tree, K E L L Y S TEA SHOP G R E E N O C K . The piece illustrated had theobverse struck over an impression of the reverse, and vice versa. See page 549 for correct illustration. Page 447. Add No. 228 to the numbers in private collections. DUBLIN. 4. R: The cypher should read—W F B <# C° R: Should read—KORMAC KRAN E: Should read—IN D U B L I N .

204. 210.

R • Should read—DUBLIN HAFREADY. See page 550 for illustration.

212.

451e. E : Should read—PAYABLE BY, not AT. 453.

E : Should read—ANGLESEA.

478.

0 : Should read—As No. 476.

AND GRMAC.

811.

The description of O : and R : should be reversed. Should read—o : P E T E R WALSH. 443 Bin. R : 8 2 P I L L LANE.

WESTMORLAND. The note Atkins 3 should read - 142, wot 143. WORCESTERSHIRE. R : Should read—The end of cornucopia points to T.

44.

ANGLESEY. " Very inferior workmanship " should follow No. 377a, not 376c. 451.

E : Should read—Milled to right.

PIECES TO BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. 21, 25. Silver. 22. White-metal. 30-84.

72. 32. 64a. 116. 4 a. 46. 22.

CAMBRIDGESHIRE. There is no doubt that these are the same as Badminton (page 36— Nos. 44 to 48). GLOUCESTERSHIRE. This is the same as No. 76. HAMPSHIRE. This is the same as No. 18. This is the same as No. 63a. I n silver This should have been No. 115. HERTFORDSHIRE. See 4 Bis 11. See 4 Bis Ila.

KENT. I n silver. This should have been No. 23.

KING'S COUNTY. R : Should read—The A clearly defined. I n No. 1 the upper portion is filled in. WICKLOW. Should read — the handle touches R second limb of R.

2.

29. 88.

E

Should read—PASSABLE

EVERYWHERE.

56.

E

Should read—PAYABLE

IN CURLINORK

DERRY OR L I M E R I C K .

Page iv., Introduction. Should read—King of Munster, not K i n g of Ulster.

BE DELETED. MIDDLESEX. 25 a. 8986. 643. 778. 844.

This is the same as No. 898?.

84 Bis. 96. 82 Bis.

The same as No. 922. W i t h edge S P E N C E X . SOMERSETSHIRE. This is No. 84 with bend erased. STAFFORDSHIRE. This is a faked edge. SUFFOLK. This is a brockage. WARWICKSHIRE.

801 a. YORKSHIRE. 38. This is the same as No. 85 53a. LANARKSHIRE. 9 Bis. Silver. This is Middlesex, No. 898.


554

COMPLETE

EDGES OF

B1RCHALL TOKENS. YORKSHIRE,

Armis tuteris, Bradley Willey. Armis tuteris moribus omnes. At Richard Shipden's. At George Edward Sargeant's, Portsea. Birmingham, W. Hampton, or Litchfield. Bradley Willey, Snedshill, Baersham. Brighton Camp Halfpenny, x . x . x . x Brighton Camp Halfpenny, MDCCXCIV. Cambridge, Bedford and Huntingdon. Chambers, Langston Hall & Co. Charles Hilders, and engrailed. Current everywhere. English United East India Company. Engrailed. Glamorgan Halfpenny. God Save the King and Constitution. Halfpenny payable at Dublin, Cork, or Derry. 18. Halfpenny, Payable at the Black Horse, Tower H i l l . 19. Howard Sargeant's, Portsea (obliterated). 20. James Holland Andrews, Petersfield. 21. I . Ashley x . x . x . 22. John Harvey of Norwich. 23. La conliance augments la value. 24. M. Abel, S. Prentice, S. Delf. 25. Masonic Halfpenny Token, MDCCXCIV. 26. Milled. 27. Oakleaves and acorns. 28. Payable at Adam Simpson's. „ „ Beccles, Suffolk. 29. „ ,, Birmingham, London and 30. Bristol. 31. ,, ,, Bishop's Stortford. ,, ,, Brimscombe Port. 32. ,, „ Canterbury. 33. ,, ,, Charles Heath's, Ragmaking, 34. Colchester. 35. ,, ,, Clachar & Co.'s, Chelmsford, Essex. ,, ,, Cronebane Lodge or in Dublin. 36. ,, ,, Daily's, Chichester. 37. 1. 2. 8. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 18. 14. 15. 16. 17.

LIST OF

NO.

38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48.

28.

Payable at Dennis, London. 11 11 Deptford,Chatham and Dover. Gilbert's, Northiam. 11 11 Goldsmith & Sons', Sudbury. 11 H H. Brownbill's, Silversmith. 11 11 , , Heath's, Bath. 1 1 11 I. and H. Boorman. 11 11 11 John Downing, Huddersfield. 11 J. Fielding's, Manchester. 11 11 11 J. Jordan's, Draper, Gosport. John Crow, Coppersmith, 11 11 X O x . 49. John Pincham's, Suffolk. 11 11 50. John Foller's, Northiam. 11 H 51. 11 11 John Matthews'. 52. John Rook, Norwich. 11 11 53. 11 11 Liverpool or Bristol. 54. 11 London. 11 London, Bath, or Manchester. 55. 11 11 London, Bristol, and Car56. 1» 11 narvon. Macclesfield, Liverpool, or 57. 11 11 Congleton. Mackintosh,Inglis and Wilson 58. 11 11 N. Bolingbroke's, Haber59. 11 11 dasher, Norwich. P. Decks, Post Office, Bury. 60. 11 11 • XX. 61. 11 Richard Long's Library. 11 Sharp's, Portsmouth, and 62. 11 11 Chaldicott's, Chichester. Shepheard, Dove, Hammett 63. 11 1 1 (?) & Co. Shrewsbury. 64. 11 11 South Shields and London. 65. 11 »» The Glass Warehouse of W. 66. 11 11 Absalom. The House of Gilbert Shearer 67. 11 11 & Co. The House of T. it R. Davidson. 68. 11 11 The Office of W. Taylor, R. 69. 11 11 V. Moody Co.


>55

EDGES OF BIRCHALL TOKENS — continued. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88.

Payable at The Shop of Dunham & Yallop, Goldsmiths. The Store of - j — | — | The Temple of the Muses. The Warehouse of Alexander Molison. The Warehouse of D. W r i g h t & S. Palmer. The Warehouse of Robert Reynolds. The Warehouse of Thomas Warwick & Sons. The Warehouse of John Kershaw. The Warehouse of Jonathan Gaiter & Co. Thomas Bundock's. T. Jennings', Spalding and Holbeach. W . Draper's, Watchmaker, Maldon, Essex. W . Goldsmith's, Braintree, Essex. W . Gye's, Printer, Bath. W . Harris, Dimchurch. W . Parker's, Old Birmingham Warehouse. b y H a r r y Olivers. G. Ring, Frant. J. Gibbs, Lamberhurst. DUBLIN.

Payable by John Stride, Emsw( : 'th Half penny. ,, Samuel Birchall. 90. „ ,, Thomas Ball, Sleaford. 91. ,, „ W . Fuggles, Goodhurst. 92. ,, ,, Henry Biggs, Moore Street. 93. „ in Anglesea, London, or Liver94. pool. 95. „ „ Anglesea or London. „ ,, Bedworth, Hinckley, or Nun96. eaton. 97. ,, „ ChandosStreet,CoventGarden. ,, ,, D u b l i n or Ballymurtagh. 98. „ „ Dublin or London. 99. „ „ H u l l and in London. 100. „ „ Lancaster, Liverpool,or Man101. chester. 102. ,, „ Lancaster,London,orBristol. 103. ,, „ London, Liverpool,orBristol. ,, ,, Suffolk Street, Haymarket. 104. 105. Payne and Turner, Silversmiths, Bath. 106. Plain. 107. Richard Bacon, Cockey Lane. 108. Richard Dinmore & Son, Norwith. 109. Spence, Dealer in Coins, London. 110. Warley Camp Halfpenny - MDcccxclv. We promise to pay on demand. 111. 112. We promise to pay one penny on demand. 113. York built a.m. 1223 Cathedral re-built a.d. 1075. 89.

Camac, Kyan and Camac.

Particulars of the following pieces were received after the illustrations were printed:— 35 llis. O : The ground to right touches N. R : The c's of CAMAC are larger than the other letters. E : Plain. 36 liis. O : Very similar to No. 36, the strings of harp are more upright. 1\ : Very similar to No. 36. E : No. 1. 70 His. O : The head further from A. R : Similar. E : ? No. 1 or 2.

77 Bis. 0 : Similar. R : The top of c points to N. F. : PAYABLE AT CORK DERRYOR LIMERICK OR BALLYMURTAGH

(ablimdered edge).

80 Bis. O: Very similar to No. 80, the harp touches L of PARLIAMENT. R : Similar. E: Plain. 110 Bis. O : Similar to No. 110, the ground to right further from legend. R : The loop of c to centre of M. E : No. 2.

138 Bis. O : Very similar, the head further from A, and foot nearer c. R : Very similar to No. 138, but without the flaw over o. E : No. 2. Atkins' reference Nos. should be added to the following Dublin pieces 262—A. 94 159—A. 28 147- - A . 32a 1 2 6 - -A. 37 1 0 6 - -A. 33 173—A. 41 153- -A. 36 134- -A. 29 124- -A. 37b

77—A. 38a 88—A. 45


556

GOLD

AND

SILVER

PROOFS

GOLD.

S I L V E R —continued.

Buckinghamshire—22, 27.

Shropshire—14.

Middlesex—176, 294c, 378.

Somersetshire—86.

Warwickshire—32, 33.

Staffordshire—9, 20, 23.

Worcestershire—6.

Suffolk—9, 10, 15, 19, 27, 31, 33a, 35, 38. Sussex—15

Perthshire—4. NOT

Warwickshire—1, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38a, 41, 50, 64a, 67, 68, 69a, 79, 149, 152, 155, 158, 161, 163, 166, 168, 170, 173, 176, 179, 182, 185, 187, 190, 193, 196, 199, 200, 201, 204, 207, 209, 211, 214, 217, 257, 259, 262, 265, 267a, 269, 271, 272, 274, 277, 280, 282a, 284, 286, 288, 289a, 291, 291a, 293a, 295, 297, 299, 300, 304, 312, 337, 359, 394.

TRACED.

Middlesex—294c. Warwickshire—32, 33. Worcestershire—6. SILVER Bedfordshire—3c. Buckinghamshire—5, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28.

Worcestershire—45.

Cambridgeshire—7, 9.

Yorkshire—la, 30.

Cheshire—Maccleslield 1790.

Halfpenny.

Cornwall—4.

Anglesey—2b, 5, 9a, 128, 199, 199 Bis, 217, 280, 339.

Devonshire—2, 8.

Glamorganshire—3.

Durham—4.

Angusshire—1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 13, 16, 17, 18, 21, 23, 40, 42.

Essex—1, 4.

Ayrshire—1, 3, 5, 7.

Gloucestershire—1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 61, 63.

Lothian—7, 8, 66.

Hampshire—62, 63, 89, 102, 115, 117.

Perthshire—1, 4, 11.

Herefordshire—1, 4.

Dublin—380.

Lanarkshire—2.

Kent—2, 23. NOT

Lancashire—142, 146.

TRACED.

Leicestershire—2.

Cheshire—Halfpenny.

Lincolnshire—6a.

Essex—1.

Middlesex—13, 24, 38, 39, 176, 177, 179, 180, 181, 181 Bis, 184 Bis II., 185, 186, 192, 194, 201, 203, 204, 210, 216, 219, 220, 230, 238, 294c, 3026, 309, 339, 342, 377a, 378, 393, 398, 465, 467, 470, 471, 480, 676, 837, 907, 913, 948, 959, 1011, 1043, 1134, 1135a, 1137, 1167.

Hampshire—63. Lancashire—142. Middlesex—13, 220, 230, 467, 676, 913, 959. Norfolk—15. Warwickshire—34. Anglesey—128. Angusshire—42.

Norfolk—3, 6, 66, 13, 15, 16, 19, 24c, 34a, 37, 46, 54.

Lothian—66.

Northumberlandshire—24, 25.

Dublin—380.


557

PIECES

NOT

TRACED.

Cheshire—5 (White-metal), 8, 686, 78c, 81 Bis.

Staffordshire—12a, 146.

Essex—46, 5c, 5d, 106, 10c, 13a.

Suffolk—11a, 21c, 2 2 c , / , 31</.

Gloucestershire—76 Bis.

Surrey—16, 116, 12.

Hampshire—12a, 93, 113a.

Sussex—14, 21 Bis, 246, 34 Bis, 37, 40c.

16a, 29*/, 42a, 67a, 78,

Kent—4a, 6, 18a, 20a, 38a. Lancashire—5, 40, 41c,/, 43a, 59a, 79a, 79/", 90a, 103ft, 105a, 1066, 108a, b. j, k, 111, 118a, 125, 136, 137, 150a. Lincoln—2, 3a, 7, 8/'. Middlesex—23 Bis, 29, 178, 184, 2836, 289c, 317a, 319, 329c, 350 Bis, 353d, 370/", 372rf, g, 393c, d, 401, 425, 429, 433, 441a, 461, 468a, 4756, 480a, 487, 490, 492a, 495, 496, 4976, 500, 501, a, 504, 506, 5386, 566a, 573, 611, 626a, 628a, 629, 676 Bis, 685, 690, a, 697, 698a, 707a, 714, a, 721, a, 747, 758, 7626, 780, 790, 801a, 804, 811, 813, 815, 8256, 826, a, 829 Bis, 840, 846, 8516, 856, 859, 8726, 885a, 894, 923a, 928c, 946a, 958, 989a, 996, 6, 999a, 1000a, 1011a, 1024 Bis, 1038d, 1050a, 1051a, 1052 Bis, 1065 Bis, 1126, 1151a, 1167.

Warwickshire—43 Bis, 53a, 70 Bis, 736, c, 74, 75, 77a, 6, 104c, 1106, c, 114c, 144a, 155, 157, (162, 165, 194, 205, 208, 213 in Brass), 218, 220a, 221 Bis II, 231a, 238a, 241, 2506, 254a, 328, 329a, 339a, 373, 395, 399a, 4116, 442c, 451, f , j, k, 455d, 459, 460, 461a. Westmorland—1 Bis. Worcestershire—96, 17a, 26, 46. Yorkshire—46, c, 35a, 37a. Anglesey—11a, 250a, 2706, 392, 396. Carmarthen—76, c. Angusshire—4 (in Copper). Fifeshire—3. Lanarkshire—6c, 7, b, 96, 19. Lothian—496, 60a, 66 Bis, 174 Bis.

Monmouth—16. Norfolk—14a, 166, 196, 23a, 27, 49a, 51a, 53.

Cork—9a, 10a, 13, 16, 17.

Nottingham—9, 10.

Dublin—18, 180a, 189a, 205, 221, 248, 307a, 309/, 312, 333, 354, 384, 392a, 402a, 434.

Shropshire—19 Bis.

Munster—11, 16, 17, 18.

Northumberland—6a, 8a, 176, 18.

Somerset—1, 9, 10, 11, 20, 21, 22, 28 Bis, 44, 50)j, 66, 67a, 68, 82a, 86c, / , 87a, 107a, 6.

Wicklow—34, 49c, 63a, 64 Bis, 74.

71, a, 73,


GENERAL INDEX.

T

H E object aimed at in the compilation of this Index, was that by its aid any person unacquainted with token collecting, could trace almost every token or combination, although not bearing any issuer's name or locality.

There are recorded all places of issue, surnames, and initial letters where no These initial letters are indexed under the first letter; thus " H W " is recorded Where the issuer's name occurs upon the edge it is indexed, but only when it its rightful token; when the edge is incorrect it is ignored. The whole of the on the Scotch and Irish Farthings are recorded; but the letter " F " has been in almost every instance it indicates Farthing.

name occurs. under " H . " occurs upon initial letters discarded, as

Where any token is classified under any locality or town and does not bear the name of the town, then the principal object is recorded. This remark applies chiefly to mules; but where muled dies bear the name of a town and are described under that town, then they are not recorded. Some busts are entered under " Busts," the rest are under the names. Monograms and cyphers are entered under the first letter occurring on the die. There is a special section of London localities. Spence's dies are not all recorded ; but every section is indexed, so that any particular combination should soon be found. Should any variety not be found, the Addenda should be consulted (see pages 537-557).

A B A b e l (M.) Aberdeen Abergavenny AC A D Adam and Eve Addington Place AG AH Airdrie A K A L Alexander (R.) Alfred the Great Allen (R.) Allin A l n w i c k Castle, 217 Alston A M A M C Amersham

PAGE 440, 441 247 403 208 441 441

200 108 451 443 415 444. 451 444, 513 447 227, 2 3 3 27 268 illustration

106 268 444, 445 441 2

PAGE A m o s (G.) 412 Anchor. F i r s t of J u n e 43 ,, In Commemoration 43 „ Promissory Halfpenny 46 Anderson (A.) 415 „ (C.) 447 „ (D.) 447 (G.) 439 (P.) 121 A n d e r s o n , L e s l i e & Co. 419 Anderston 415 Anglesey 329-396 Angus (J.) 415 Anstruther 410 Appledore 55 Apsey (M.) 248 Arbroath 407 Archer Shooting. For the Prize 293 Archibald (J.) 420 Argyle House 408 A r m e d M e n . K e n t i s h L i b e r t y , e t c . 57 A r m s . A s s o c i a t e d I r i s h M i n e r s 535, 5 3 6

PAGE Arms (Coat of) Cinque Ports, 57 etc. Ai ms, F o u r H e d g e h o g s . Hedgehog as Crest. Industry has, e t c . 267 49 A r m s in S h i e l d . N o L e g e n d A r m s . Irish H a l f p e n n y T o k e n , 1796 ' 4 5 8 , 461 181 A r m s of L o n d o n . F e a r God, e t c . QFTALPC WFIO'LIT^ 139 A r m s ( S h i e l d o f ) . T e n B a l l s , 1791 3 1 8 Arnold Woiks, Notts. 220 AS 4 46 Ashley 514 „ (S. and T.) 209 Askins (J.) 121 Ass with Paniers 168 Astin (R.) 319 AT 446 Aylesbury 2 - 3 , 537 Aylsham 209 A y r t o n & Co. 50


GENERAL PAGE 238 B & C 454 B & R 210 Bacon (R.) 36 Badminton 447 Bain (W.) 91 Bakers Penny 128 „ Halfpenny 87 Ball (T.) 222 Banbury 401 Bangor 268 Barker (G.) 244 (S.) B a r n a r d C a s t l e , 28 ; i l l u s t r a t i o n 106 Barrel above H S 52 Basingstoke 39 Baster ( J . ) 314 Bastille. V i e w of C i t y W a l l s . Halfpenny 254 B a t h A b b e y Cliurch 226 „ City Medal 229 „ Tokens 234-235 „ Pence 226-228 „ Halfpence 2 2 8 - 2 3 5 , 545 „ Farthings 238-239 Bathgate 418 Battle Abbey, 254 ; illustration 107 Baxter 435 Bayly (J.) 27 „ (London) 122 Beaufort ( D u k e of) 36 B e b b i n g t o n (J.) 122 B e e c l e s i a e , i.e. B e c c l e s 246 Bedale 321 Beehive. Industry has its sure reward 6, 7, 2 5 9 B e e h i v e . I n d u s t r y s o u r c e c o n t e n t 194 Beeston 9 Begg (W.) 447, 4 5 2 , 5 1 0 Benenden 55 Bennett (G.) 258 Beikhampsted 1 Bermondsey 252 Bersham—sec Wilkinson's Tokens Bevan (T.) 243 Beverley 321 B e v o i s (Sr.) 50 „ (St.) 49 Biddulph (R.) 53 Biggar (C.) 122 Biggs ( H . ) 269 Bilton (W.) 416 B i r c h a l l (S.) 323, 554 Bird ( H . ) 236 Bird. Pro B o n o Publico. F a r t h i n g 427 „ Flying. United Reform Parliament 126 Birm., for B i r m i n g h a m 263, 268 B i r m i n g h a m 2/6 259 ,, 21259, 545 „ I/259, 545 ,, Pence 259-265 „ Halfpence 267-285 „ Farthings 312 „ Buildings 280-283, 545 „ Caledonian Society 264 „ C o i n i n g a n d C o p p e r Co. 2 6 9 , 2 7 0 „ M i n i n g a n d C o p p e r Co. 2 7 1 - 2 7 6 , 545

INDEX —continued. PAGE 270 263 459 509 277 406 428 231 239 26

Birmingham Company „ Poet Bishop Street Penny „ Halfpenny Bisset B i s s e t t (I.) k S o n B l a c k i e & Co. B l a d u d , F o u n d e r of B a t h , e t c . „ Farthings Blandford Blaze (Bishop), standing. Artis, etc. 326 „ bust. May Ireland 460 Blick (Rev. F.). T a m w o r t h H a l f penny 243 Blockheads (Three) 198 Blofield 209 B l u e Coat. B o y 169 Blything Hundred 247 BOB 462 Bolingbroke ( N . ) 211 Bolton 320 B o n e ( D . ) & Co. 439 Boog (J.) 410 Book ( O p e n ) , etc.. P e n n y 266 Boorman (I. and H.) 256 Borthwick (J.) 407 Boscobel 222 Boshell (J.) 514 Boston Church 108 Botanic Gardens, Bath. Penny 226 „ „ Halfpenny 229 B o u l t e r ( J . D. & J . ) 209, 2 1 6 Bowes Castle. 320 ; illustration 107 B o y s a n d Asses. A s s e s r u n n i n g , e t c . 2 2 2 Bradley—see Wilkinson's Tokens Braintree 30, 537 Brechin 404 Brent (J.) 46 B r e w e r , J. -462 Bridewell Boy 16S Bridgewater 235 Bridport (Admiral). Farthing 51 Brightelmstone 255 Brighton and Brighton Camp 254 Brimscombe Port 37, 5 3 8 Bristol P e n c e 228 „ Halfpence 236-237 „ Farthing 239 „ Volunteer Token 236 Britannia 200 British Commercial P e n n y 90 „ " „ Halfpenny 191 „ Farthing 205 >t British L i b e r t y 169 Brock and Ferguson 418 Brookland 55 Brooks ( W . ) 34, 4 5 2 Brown ( H ) ( J ) "

412

4 1 8 „ (T.) B r o w n b i l l (H.) 323-325 Brunswick Halfpenny 135 B r y e n (T. O.) 510 441 B r y s o n (R.) B u i l d i n g . S u c c e s s t o Glass M a n u factory 236 Bull. Herefordshire 53

559 PAGE 53 211

Bull. J u n e 3 , 1 7 9 6 B u l l e n and Martins 61 B u n d o c k (T.) 244 Bungay Pence 247-248 Halfpence T o w e r , 244 ; i l l u s t r a t i o n 107 B u r c h e l l (B.) 1 2 2 - 1 2 4 , 543, 5 5 2 Burdon (R.) 28, 3 0 Butke (E.) 320 B u r l e i g h (J ) 5 Burntisland 410 B u r y St. E d m u n d s P e n n y 245 „ „ Halfpence 248-249 B S 446 BUSTS. (See also G e o r g e I I I . , P r i n c e of W a l e s , D u k e of Y o r k . ) Blockheads (Three)—Two Busts 198 Bust. N o Legend. Sprigs below. Farthing 207 Bust. No Legend. Unfinished P e n n y Die 262 B u s t in H e l m e t . Promissory Halfpenny 29, 44 B u s t in H e l m e t . N o L e g e n d 49 Bust to left. N o L e g e n d 409 Bryen Boiroimhe 519, 5 2 0 Charles II. 222 Chatham (Earl of) 261 Druid. N o L e g e n d . F a r t h i n g 207 „ Current in C o u n t y of 6 , 7 , 5 3 7 Elizabeth (Queen) 255 Elliot (General) 284 „ „ Farthing 312 Female. Diva Britannise 261 General Convenience 193 George III. God Save the King. Farthing 202 George III. H e feels his peoples wants, etc. 36 George III. Long Live the King 180 Gulielmus Farthing 207 Vallas 409 Howard (John), F.R.S. Halfpenny 230 Howe (Earl). Penny 40 „ „ May the French, etc. 43 „ I n s c r i b e d t o t h e Tars, e t c . 43 Jervis (Gallant) 47 ,, (Viscount) 46 J e s t y n ap Gwrgan T y w y s o g , etc. 402 J o h n of G a u n t 64-70 Johnson (Dr. Samuel). H a l f p e n n y 269 „ „ Farthing 312 Louis X V I . ami Queen 152 M a n w i t h G l o b e in M o u t h . U n c h a r i t a b l e , etc. 120 Peace be Established. Farthings 206 Pitt (William) 57-58 Queen Elizabeth 255 Shakespeare, Warwickshire 266, 2 7 9 , 2 9 4 Sir O r i g i n a l 279 Spence's Bust 200 Two Busts—Three Blockheads 198


560 PAGE Butler (G.) 131 Buxton 25 B W H , Cypher, T w o Shillings, etc. 259 B . W a t e r for B r i d g e w a t e r 235 BY 447 Byrne (C.) 516 „ (P.) 514 C 441 Cabbage Society Penny 118, 5 4 4 Halfpenny 191, 5 4 4 ,, „ Farthing 205 Caldecott, Chichester 45 Calder ( W . ) 448 Calmac, R y a n & Calmac 481 Calton 439 Camac, K y a n & Camac Pence 459 ,, ., ,, Halfpence 462-480, 486-488, 490-494. 548-551, 555 ,, K y a n & C a m a c F a r t h i n g 511 „ Ryan & Camac 487 „ Terner & Carma 485 „ Turner 459, 548 Caraak, K i a n & C a m a k 483, 484 K a m a c 483, 4 8 4 , 4 8 5 ,, K y a n & Camak 484 Cambridge Pence 5 „ Halfpence 7 „ Bishop's Hostell. 5 ; i l l u s . 105 ., C h r i s t C o l l e g e G a t e , 5 ; „ 105 ,, E m a n u e l C o l l e g e , 5 ; „ 105 „ King's College, 5 ; ,,105 ., T r i n i t y C o l l g e , 5 ; i l l u s . 1 0 5 110 „ Queen's College, 5 ; „ 105,110 Camden (Lord). F a r t h i n g 239 Campbell 420, 547 Campin (R.) 211, 212 C a n a c , K r a n sc C a n a c 485 „ Roan & Canac 481 „ Rone & Canac 483 „ Ryan & Canac 481, 4 8 2 Canister. Pro B o n o P u b l i c o 207 „ Tea & Spirit Dealer 435 Canterbury 56 C a p of L i b e r t y . L i b e r t a s 152 Carfrae ( T . ) 452 Carisbrook Castle 108 Carlisle ( J . ) , ( Y o r k Issuer) 328 Carmarthen 401 Carroll ( J . ) 513 Carter. London 125 Cask. Pro B o n o Publico 207 C a s t l e A t t a c k e d by C a n n o n 254 ,, No Legend 31 C a s t l e s ( T h r e e ) . D u b l i n H a l f p e n n y 461 Cat H a l f p e n n y 170 „ Farthing 200 Cay (J.) 448 C H, Cypher 89, 90, 125 Chalmers ( D . ) 448 C h a m b e r s , L a n g s t o u , H a l l & Co. 1 Charleville 519,547 Charlotte (Queen) 1 8 5 , 541 Chelmsford 31 Cheltenham Medals 38, 5 3 7 , 5 3 8 Chesham 3 Chester Pence 9

GENERAL

INDEX —continued.

PAGE Chester H a l f p e n c e 9 „ Castle, 9 ; illustration 105 „ East Gate, 9 ; „ 105 (J.) 228, 236 Chesterton, 6 ; illustration 105 Chichester 255-256 ,, and Portsmouth 256 C h i n g (J.) 126 C h r i s t i e (J. P.) 448 „ (P-) 453 (W ) 439 C i n q u e Ports. C o a t of A r m s 57 C l a c h a r k Co. 31 Clark & H a r r i s 126 Clarke ( J . ) 212, 2 7 7 „ (T.) 72 Clifford's T o w e r 328 C l o a k e s (J. & T.) 62 C l o n m e l l or D u b l i n 621 Clyde. Male Figure representing N u n q u a m , etc. 413 Coalbrook Dale 223-224 Coats (J.) a n d Son 438 COATS

OF

ARMS.

A n c h o r a n d C a p of L i b e r t y . London Commercial Token 146 Dragon Supporters. H a l f p e n n y 83 E in left bottom corner. F a r t h i n g 427 For Change not Fraud 60 Halfpenny 70, 8 2 Lion, etc. Success to N a v i g a t i o n 87 L i v e Birds, Dens, etc. 72 Supporters Seahorses, Crest L i o n and Ship 250 T e n B a l l s on S h i e l d . Halfpenny 1791 318 Three Pears. Halfpenny 142-143 Coining Press Colchester Colgan (C.) Colley (S.) Collyer ( D . ) C o n d e r (J.) Cook ( A ) „ (Sir Geo.).

169 31 514 501 208 245, 246, 2 5 0 208 251 Pence H a l f p e n c e 147, 2 5 3 C o o l e y (S.) 511 Cooper ( W.) 191 Cork H a l f p e n c e 457 - 4 5 8 „ Farthings 513 „ or D u b l i n 457 24, 537 Cornish Copper Cornwallis (Chas. Marquis) 245 Cornwell ( A . ) 501 C o r r e s p o n d i n g S o c i e t y . P e n c e 115, 541 126-- 1 2 7 „ Halfpence 428 C o t t o n (G.) 454 Coudin ( H . ) 265- - 2 6 6 Coventry Pence 285-- 2 9 2 „ Halfpence „ Public Buildings 288-- 2 9 1 Cowan 452 108 Cows Castle 454 C R 52 Ciagg (W.)

PAGE 435 451 428 237 5 2 4 - 5 3 6 , 548 ,, N e w Mine 534 Crooms (W.) 404 Crown within Wreath, H H below it. F a r t h i n g 429 Crown withinWreath, without H H 429 C r o w n , a n d D a t e 1796. F a r t h i n g 54 Crown, King and Constitution 31 Crows (J.) 58 Croydon 252 Cubie & Paterson 416 Cumberland. Lake 24,537 Cumnock 410 Cupar 410 Craig- L e i t h Crawford (R.) Crerar ( J . ) Crewkerne Cronebane

Dalkeith 440 Dardis ( L . ) 514 D a u p h i n of F r a n c e 190 D a v i d s o n s (T. & R . ) 128 D a v i e s (E.) 316 Davison and Hawksley 220 Dawes (J.) 329, etc. D+ 442 D B 453 DC 441 Deal 56 Deck (P) 245, 248 D D 441-442 D e l a n y (J.) 516 Delaporte ( J . ) 91, 5 4 0 Delf ( S . ) 247 Dell ( S . ) 247 Dennis. Penny 91 „ Halfpenny 128 Denton 198, 2 5 3 „ Norfolk 248 Deptford 57 Deserted Village 170 Devizes 314 D F 442 DG 442 DH 454 Dick ( J . ) 448 Dickson & McDougal 428 Dimchurch 57 Dimsdale (Sir H . ) 191 Dinmore (R.) & Son 212 D M 445 Dob 517 Dodd 129 DOF 513 Dog 170 Doig (F.) 428 D o n a l d & Co. 221, 277 D o p h i n (sic) of F r a n c e 190 Dorman(P.) 516 Douglas (J.) 428 Douglass (A.) 448 Dove, Flying. Dedicated, etc. 158 „ Peace and Plenty 31, 41, 8 6 , 2 0 6 Dover 57 Dover Castle 58 Dowling (M.) 514


GENERAL PAGE 321 33 458, 5 4 7

Downing (J.) Draper (\V.) D r o g h e d a or D u b l i n D r u i d ' s B u s t — s e e P M Co Drum, etc. Britain T r i u m p h a n t 39 Drums, etc. Above them Ships at Sea 254 DS 446 Dublin Pence 459 „ Halfpence 460 ,, Farthings 510-518 „ Cork or L i m e r i c k 4 6 0 , 461 „ C o r k , L i m e r i c k or N e w r y 4 6 0 „ or L o n d o n 512 ., N e w r y or B e l f a s t 461 Dudgeon (A.) 442 442 Dudley Pence 316 „ Halfpence 317 „ Farthing 319 „ Castle (Tower of) 108 316 Dudmaston, 222 ; illustration 106 D u k e of Y o r k P e n n y 114 189 ,, Halfpence 403 D u n c a n (Admiral) 403 Dundee Shillings 403 „ Pence „ Halfpence 4 0 4 - 4 0 5 547 „ Farthings 408, 455 Dunfermline 410, 439 Dunham and Tallop 213 Dunkikre 238 Dunkirk 238 Dunlop (J.) 448 Dunmow 32. 5 3 7 D u n n (E.) 514 439 Duns 439 Dunse 98 D u n s t a n (Sir J . ) . Pence 131 Halfpence 253 Farthing 407 D u r w a r d (W.) 442 Duval (A.)

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Eames, Holland & Andrews 45 Eastbourne 256, 5 4 5 East Grinstead 256 East India House 321 East Linton 412 E a t o n ( D . I.) 129 E C 441 E and C W 451 Eccles 439 Eccleston (D.) 71 E d i n . for E d i n b u r g h 434 Edinburgh Halfpence 419-426, 547 ,, F a r t h i n g s 4 2 7 - 4 3 5 , 4 4 0 - 4 5 1 , 547 „ H a l f p e n n y Mule 236 „ Register Office 425 Eggo (J.) 451 E . I. 444 Klmsthorpe 87 Emsworth 41 E n d of P a i n 174-175,201 English Slavery 170 E n g l i s h m a n ( F r e e b o r n ) 152, 1 5 3 , 1 7 0 Enniscorthy 521-523 Epping 30

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PAGE E r s k i n ( R . ) Sc Co. 416 Erskine (Hon. T.) 191 „ and Gibbs 191. 192 Esk Mill 451 Essex Token Farthing 34 Evans (H.) 451 Even Fellows. Pitt and Devil 201 E v e s & Pope 277 Evesham 316 E w i n g (A.) 416 Exeter Halfpence 25, 537 ,, Farthings 26 „ Change 143-146 Falmouth 24 Faveisham F a y (W.) 514 F B . C y p h e r ( R e v . F. B l i c k ) 243 F D 442 Female and Boy. Remember the Debtors 230 F e m a l e F l y i n g . C o n v e n i e n c e of Public 457, 458 Female. For Change n o t Fraud 242 ,, o n H o r s e b a c k . Pro B o n o , e t c . 288, 2 9 3 F e m a l e Seated. H i b e m i a H a l f p e n n y 509 „ „ „ Farthing 512 „ ,, F o r t h e P u b l i c G o o d 459, 5 4 7 ,, ,, ,, ,, G o o d of t h e Public 459 „ „ I n d u s t r y Sure R e w a r d , e t c . 508-509 „ „ I n c o r p o r a t e d by Act, e t c . 4 8 9 „ ,, w i t h A n c h o r . H a l f p e n n y 41 „ „ Medals a n d Coins, etc. 284 „ „ M e t a l a n d C o p p e r Co. 2 7 0 , 3 1 2 ,, ,, R u l e B r i t a n n i a 42 „ ,, t o r i g h t . N o L e g e n d 409 F e m a l e S t a n d i n g . F o r G o o d of T r a d e 4 5 8 , 501 » Hygeia 409 ,, „ I r i s h H a l f p e n n y 451 4 6 0 „ ,, L a n d w e l i v e in 504 „ Truth for m y Shield 152 ,, ,, P r o s p e r i t y t o I r e l a n d „ „ Prosperity to Old E n g l a n d 31, 212 „ „ Farthing. Success to 511 Commerce „ „ H a l f p e n n y . Success to Trade 31 „ „ with Anchor. Support of our E n d e a v o u r 90 ,, „ N o L e g e n d 268 Ferguson (J.) 4 1 8 , 451 Ferrier ( J . ) 436 Feversham 58 Fielding (J.) 83 Filtering Stone. For Purifying Water 127, 4 1 9 F i l t w i c k (lie), see F l i t w i c k . FIM 444 Fincham (J.) 249 Fingall 510 Finlay (J.) 418 Finlayson (T.) 416

561 "Fisher ( A . )

J» Fisherrow F l a g . M a y it be d i s p l a y e d F l e m i n g (P.) Fleur-de-lis Flitwick, 1 ; illustration Flynn F M Folkestone F o l l e r (J.) Forbes (J.) Forfar Forster ( W . ) F o r t George, I n v e r n e s s F o s t e r (T.) Fountains Abbey F o w k e (R.) Fowlers (J.) F o x (C. J . ) Franklin Press Frant Frazer ( R . ) Freeborn Briton „ Englishman French Liberty ,, Republican F r i g g l e s (YV.) Frogmore Fuggles ( W . ) Fyan (T.) Fyfe (G.)

PAGE 442 256 435 47 514 152 154 511 513 58 258 428 406 129 109

60 320 87 130, 5 4 3 171, 192 130 256 453 153 152, 1 7 0 171 153 59 540 59 501 451

G A 440 Galloway (A.) 428, 448 G a l w a y or D u b l i n 519 Garbett (S.) 277 Gardner (Admiral). Penny 118 Garrat 191 G a r r a w a y (D.) 252 Garrick's H e a d 149 Garrick ( D a v i d ) . Farthing 512 G a r t o n ( J . ) & Co. 322 Gatehouse 413 Gaunt (John of) 64-70 G B, C y p h e r . Use of T r a d e 158, 2 5 8 G D 442 George III. British Commercial Penny 90 „ Long Live the King 257 „ N a t i o n a l Series P e n c e 1 1 1 - 1 1 4 , 541 544 1 8 3 - 1 8 4 544 „ Halfpence 2C3, 544 „ Farthings „ a n d Q u e e n . L o n g m a y t bey, e t c . 284 „ ,, Halfpence 184 „ ,, Farthings 203-204, 544 „ Medal. F a r t h i n g size 52 G e o r g e , P r i n c e of W a l e s 33, 70, 95, 1 8 5 - 1 8 7 , 2 5 4 „ and Princess Caroline 188, 5 4 4 „ „ F a r t h i n g s 204 G F 442 G H 443 G H B, C y p h e r a n d Coat of A r m s 2 6 8 G i b b s (I.) 60


GENERAL

562

PAGE 258 Gilbert (G.) 402 Glamorgan 413 Glasgow Penny 413-414 „ Halfpence 415-418 „ Farthings 429 Glass J . ) Glastonbury A b b e y , 228 ; illust. 107 Glen (T.) 418 Glorious Plan, Spence's 165 Gloucester Buildings 35 ,, Cathedral 36 „ Halfpence 38 „ and Berkeley Canal 38 Glover, Bath. Penny 226 Halfpence 229, 545 G N 518 Godinton 59 Godstone Tower, illustration 107 Goers (J.) 248 Goldsmith (W.) 30 Goldsmith & Sons 251 Gordon (Lord George) 171 „ (George) 460 Gorton (T.). Clerkenwell Penny 5 3 , 91 Gosport Pence 39 „ Halfpence 44, 5 3 9 Goudhurst 59 G o r y ( s i c ) or D u b l i n 523 G R , Cypher. F o r t h e Public Good 256 „ Farthing, 1793 395 Gravesend 55 Gray ( W . ) 452 Gray 439 Greatheads P e n n y 260 Greig 448 32 G r e e n (I.) 1 Greenhill Bank 244 Greenock 437, 453, 553 G r i e v e (A.) 435 „ (D.) 435 Grmac Kran & Grmac 485 Groceries and Spiceries 438 G S 446 GT 447 Guest (B.) 130, 5 4 3 „ (C.) 249 Guildford Castle, illustration 107 Guildford 252 Guillotine 152 Guisborough Castle, 320 ; illus. 107 Gye (W.) 227, 230 H H and Busle Horn H A Haddington Hagley H a i r (G.) Hall's London Pence „ „ Halfpence Hallan ( W . ) Halliday (J.) Halpin (C.)

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Halsall Hamilton

(A.)

443 501,502 440 412 318 429 98 131-132 278 410 515 515 63 418 416-417

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PAGE Hamilton. Retailers' Token 439 Hancock's Unfinished Token 261 Hancock (J.) 132 „ (J. G.) Halfpence 279 Hands (J.) 327 H a n d s clasped. Arte favente, etc. 242 H a n d and Scroll. Our Cause is J u s t 71 Handel (G. F . ) 193,214 Hardie (H.) 448 „ (J.) 411,448 Hardingham 214 H a r d y (T.) Pence 115, 5 4 1 Halfpence 193, 5 4 4 H a r e (J.) 513 Harleston 249 H a r o l d s Cross 504-505 Harrison (H.). Halfpenny 421 „ Farthing 429 Harrison 198 H a r v e y (J.) 214 Hastings 257, 545 Hatfield's 132 H a v e n (R.) 429 Havens 448 Haverhill 249 Havering 33 Hawick 453 Hawkhurst 60 Haycraft (T.) 57 Heath (C.) 31 „ (F.) 2 2 8 , 231 Hemmin (I.) 34 Henderson (P.) 411 Hendrie (A.) 429 Henry (T.) 452 Hepburn (W.) 410 Hereford 53 Heslop ( R . ) 134 HG 442, 443 H H, Cypher. H a l f p e n n y 421 „ ., Farthing 429 H i b e r n i a M i n e C o m p a n y 459, 462, e t c . Hickman (H.). Halfpenny 279 „ Farthing 279 Hider (C.) 60 H K 444 H L 517 H M C 485, 489 Dublin Halfpenny 486 H M Co. C o m m e r c i a l T o k e n 500 „ Pence 459 H M it Co. H a l f p e n c e 462-488, 506, 547, 548 H o a r e (VV. M . ) 513 Hobson 5 „ (B.) 328 H o g g (J.) 429 Holland (Philemon) 265 „ & Andrews 45 H o l l o w a y & Son 235 Holt, Wilts. 314 Honiatt (C.) 53 H o o d (D.) 7 „ (Admiral Lord) 51 Hopporton (S.) 448 H o r n (J.) 57 Hornchurch 33, 5 3 7

PAGE H o m e Tooke 178 Horse. Kent Halfpenny Token 59 Horse, Soldier. Loyal Yeoman. Twopence 89 Horse, Soldier. Pro Rege, etc. 215 Horsham 257, 545 H o r t o n & Co. Penny 240 „ Halfpence 243 „ Farthing 244 H o t h a m (R.) 540 H o u s e of I n d u s t r y . Halfpenny 462 Howard (John). Penny 115 „ „ 46, 2 3 0 „ (J.). F a r t h i n g 312 H o w e ( A d m l . Karl). Farthing 51-52 „ (Karl). Penny 40 „ May the French, etc. 43 „ A n d t h e F i r s t of J u n e 43 „ A n d t h e G l o r i o u s F i r s t of June 41, 42 Hoxne and Hartsmere 245, 249 H R B 454 H S & Co. 4 5 8 , 503, 504 Huddersfield 321 H u g h e s (E.) 329, etc. Hull 322, 546 Hunter (J.) 430, 452 & Co. 448 H u t c h i s o n (T.) 4 4 3 , 448 ( T . & A.) 421-423 Hutton (M.) 5 1 1 , 515 Hythe 60

4 4 0 , 441 I B 134, 5 4 3 Ibberson 441 IC 442, 513 I D 442 I E 442 IG 443 I H 4 44 Ixl 444 I K 230 Ilchester Goal 442, 444, 445 1 M 458, 459 I M Co. 454 I N 443 I n n e s (E.) I n s c r i p t i o n . G o l d , S i l v e r or C o p p e r 236 ., G r o c e r a n d W i n e M e r c h a n t 4 3 8 „ S t r u c k in h o n o u r 293 Inverary Castle 408 Inverkeithing 411 Inverness 412 Ipswich Pence 245-216 „ Halfpence 250 Irish H a l f p e n n y Token. Shield of A r m s 461 I r i s h M i n e C o m p a n y , 1789 524-529 1793 529 Irish M i n e r s ' A r m s . N o D a t e 530 "

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GENERAL PAGE 440 54 264 93-94, 540 135

J A J a c k s o n (Sir George) J a c o b (B.) J a m e s (C.J. Pence „ Halfpenny J E & Co. J e b b e r s o n (C.) 134 Jedburgh 438 J e n n i n g s (T.) 88 Jervis, A d m l . (Sir Jno.). F a r t h i n g 52 „ (Sir J . ) 47 „ (Viscount), and the Glorious, etc. 46 J K, Cypher. Promissory P e n n y 262 J M & Co. " 408 Jobson (G.) 217 J o h n of G a u n t 6 4 - 7 0 , 87 Johnson (Dr.) Bust 242 „ (Thomas) 260 Johnston 449 „ (A.) 415 430, 449 „ (R.) 410 (W.) 430 J o n e s (B. k J . ) 44 „ (T.) 319 Jordan (J.) 44 „ ( T . ) & Co. 89 J S 446 J T 59 J u l i o u s C e a s e r (sic) 202

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Kally 437, 553 Kamac, Kian & Camak 484 ,, ,, k Kamac 484, 489 Kamuc, Kean & Kamuc 487 „ Kyan k Kamuc 486 Kelly 135 „ (H.) 516 „ (T-) 515 Kempson's Birmingham Buildings 280-283 „ London Buildings 97-100 Kempson (P.) 262 Kendal Castle, 313 ; illustration 107 Kendal Halfpence 313, 546 Kent Halfpenny Token 59 Kerr 439 Kershaw (J.) 85 Keys (T.) 252 Kidderminster 318. 546 Kilvingtons (J.) 135, 5 4 3 King (T.) 55 Kingdon (S.) 25 Kingtons 29 Kirby ( J . ) 179 Kirk ( J . ) 439 Kirkcaldy. Penny 410 „ Halfpence 439 „ Farthings 411 Kirkpatrick (P.) 408 Kirkwood 430 417 Kormac, Kran and Grmac 48o K S 517

(J.)

Lackington (J.) 136-137, 543 o n Irish Mule 460

INDEX—continued

PAGE L a m b e (M.) k S o n 231, 238, 545 Lamberhurst 60 Lanark 418 Lancashire Halfpenny 71 Lancaster Bridge a n d Castle 63 ,, Halfpence 64-70, 539-540 „ Farthings 86 Lashmar ( R . ) 179 L a w r i e k Co. 449 ,, ( J . ) k Co. 418 Leatherdales, Harleston 249 Leeds 323-326 Leek 2 4 1 - 2 4 2 , 545 Lees (J.) 449 Leigh 34 Leighton Buzzard 1 Leinster Halfpenny 459 Leith Halfpence 426 ,, Farthings 435, 4 3 9 , 4 5 1 - 4 5 2 L e o n a r d (T.) 515 Leven 411 Lewis (J.) 430 LG 443 Lichfield P e n n y 240 „ Halfpence 242 „ B'arthings 244 Lillie (G.) 451 Limekilns 411, 439 Lincoln 87 Linlithgow 418 Lion & Lamb Penny 119 Lion in Cave. N e m o me, etc. 262 Lion. Revolution Penny 114 Lions (Three). Promissory Halfpenny payable at 269 Liverpool Penny 63 ,, H a l f p e n c e 7 2 - 8 2 , 539, 5 4 0 „ Farthings 86 L M 445 Loch Leven 413 L o d e r (R.) 246 London and Brighton 179 London Commercial Token 146 ,, Corresponding Society Penny 115 „ Corresponding Society Halfpence 126-127 „ Essex and Norfolk 182 „ Leeds and Birmingham 182 and Middlesex. Halfpence 185, 186 ,, Farthings 202 „ Shakespeare 182 ,', a n d W e s t m i n s t e r . P e n n i e s 101 L O N D O N L O C A L I T I E S , ETC. .Skidmore's Churches, if no Locality given, Indexed under the Church'B Name. Abchurch Lane 154 A l b i o n Mill 102 Aldermanbury 154 Aldersgate 100, 154, 1 6 2 B a n k of E n g l a n d 97, 101 Banqueting House,Whitehall 106,110 L a m b e k Son 227, 2 3 1 - 2 3 3 , 238, 2 3 9 Barbers Hall 103 Bartholomew's Hospital 97 Basinghall Street 155

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London Localities—contd. PAGE Bermondsey 164 Bethlem Hospital 97 Bethnal Green 155, 5 4 3 Billingsgate 155 Bishopsgate 1 0 0 , 155, 1 6 2 BlacKfriars 155 „ Bridge 99 ,, Halfpenny 122 Bloomsbury 155 Botolph Lane 155 Bow 149 Bow Lane 156 Bread Street 156 Brewers H a l l 103 Bridgegate 100, 1 6 3 British Museum 98 Cannon Street 156 C a r l e t o n (sic) H o u s e 97 Cateaton Street 156 Chandos Street 121 C h a p e l in T o w e r 161 C h a r i n g Cross 149 Cheapside 156 Chelsea Penny 90 ., Halfpenny 125 „ Hospital 97 Chiswell Street 134 Christ Church, S u r r e y 164 „ Hospital. Sixpence 89 „ ,, Penny 90 „ „ Halfpenny 125 98, 106, 108 C i t y of L o n d o n L y i n g - i n H o s p i t a l 101 City R o a d 132 City Token 121 Clerkenwell 156 ,, P e n n y , Gorton's 91 Coleman Street 156 College Hill 157 Cord warners H a l l 103 Cornhill 157 Covent Garden 153 Coventry Street 127 Cripplegate 100, 157, 163 Crispin S t r e e t 149 Crutched Friars 157 Drapers Hall 103 Drury Lane Theatre 101 Dukes Court 147 Place 157 Dulwich College 108 Dyers Hall 103 East India House 83 Eastcheap 157 E x c i s e Office 106 Finsbury Square 136 Fishmongers Hall 103 F l e e t Street 157, 5 4 3 Foundling Fields 130 „ Hospital 98 Friday Street 157 Fulham Palace 108 Garlick Hill 158 Garrick's Seat at H a m p t o n 109 Goldsmiths' Hall 98, 110 Goodman's Fields 89 Gracechurch Street 158 Great Portland Street 140


564 London Localities—contd. PAGE Greek Street, Soho 96 Greenwich Hospital 98 Grocers Hall 103 Guildhalls 97,113 Guy's Hohpital 98 Haberdasers Hall 103 Hackney Penny. Rebello 92 „ Halfpenny. Rebello 131 „ „ Butler's 131 „ P e n n y . S k i d m o r e ' s C o p y 91 „ „ Mules 92 H a m p t o n , Garrick's H o u s e 109 Hanover Square 158 Hendon 133, 5 1 3 High Holborn 1 3 4 , 150, 158 Hornsey 134 Horse and Foot Guards 102 H o u s e of C o m m o n s 1 1 0 , 111 H o u s e of L o r d s 109 H y d e Park 153 Ironmongers Almshouse 98 Hall 103 Isleworth 109 Islington Church 142 Jermyn Street 125 K e w Palace 106 King's Theatre, H a y m a r k e t 101 Lambeth 251 P a l a c e , 101, 251 ; i l l u s . 107 Leadenhall 103 „ Street 159 Leather Lane 132 Leather Sellers Hall 103 Little Tower Street 161 Lombard Street 159 London Bridge 99, 1 5 9 Wall 159 Long Acre 122-124 Lothbury 159 Love Lane 159 Ludgate 100, 1 6 3 Hill 159 „ Street 96 L y c e u m Theatre 137, 543 Mansion House 97 Martlet t Court 135 Marylebone 140 Merchant Taylors Hall 104 Middlesex Hospital 98 Minories 160 Montague House 98 Monument 99 Moorgate 100, 1 6 3 N e w Street, Covent Garden 129 Newgate 100, 163 „ Prison 140,343 Old Cavendish Street 180 „ Fish Street 157 „ Jewry 160 „ Street 160 O r d n a n c e Office 99 Paddington N e w Church 160 Pauls Wharf 160 Piccadilly 122 Poultry 160 Queen Square 160 Queenhithe 160 Royal Exchange 9 7 , 99

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INDEX —continued.

London Localities—contd. PAGE Rupert Street 148 Russell Court 149 Sadlers Hall 104 St. B a r t h o l o m e w t h e G r e a t 155 ,, „ Less 155 St. B r i d e s 543 St. George's Hospital 98 St. G i l e s in t h e F i e l d s 158 St. J a m e s ' P a l a c e 98 ,, Street 179 St. L u k e ' s H o s p i t a l 98 St. M a r t i n ' s L a n e 91, 5 4 0 St. Paul's Cathedral 9 6 , 141, 179 „ Covent Garden 98, 153 „ School 1 0 2 , 109 St. Thomas's Hospital 99 Serle Street 540 Sessions H o u s e , Old B a i l e y 102 Shad well 161 Shoreditch Church 161 Sion House, Brentford 109 Sise Lane 128 Skinners Hall 104 Small-pox Hospital 109 Smitlifield 198 „ Token 142 Snow Hill 132, 161 Somerset House 97 South Sea House 106, 109 Southwark 164 Spitalfields Church 161 Spring Gardens 122 Stationers Hall 104 Stepney Church 161 Stoke Newington 161 Stormont's (Lord) H o u s e , W a n d s worth 109 Strand 129, 135, 137, 161 Suffolk Street, H a y m a r k e t 149 Surgeons Hall 104, 1 0 9 Surrey Street, Blackfriars 130 Tallow Chandlers Hall 104 T e m p l e Bar 163 Thames Street 161 Threadneedle Street 161 T o w e r of L o n d o n 102, 115 „ Chapel 161 „ Hill. Black Horse 138 „ (Little) Street 161 Treasury, St. J a m e s Park 102 Trinity Almshouses 99 „ House 101 W a l brook 162 Wandsworth. Lord Stormont's House Wapping W a x jChandlers H a l l Westminster ,, Abbey „ Bridge „ Halfpenny „ Hall " Whitechapel Whitehall Gate Willsdon Wood Street W o r m w o o d Street 126", C End of London Localities.)

109 162 104 162 102 99 182 110 162 163 162 162 139

PAGE Long (R.) 56 L o o m , Man in. N o L e g e n d 86, 547 ,, N o t h i n g w i t h o u t I n d u s t r y 461 „ Success to the Bay Trade 31 L A: R 504-505 Lottery Tokens 148 Louis X V I and Queen 190 „ Rex 190 Low Hall 24 Lowestoft 250 Loyal Britons' Lodge 194 ,, Yeoman 89 L u d l o w C a s t l e , 2 2 2 ; i l l u s t r a t i o n 106 Lutwyche Halfpenny 284 ,, Farthing 312 Lyndhurst Medal 44 Lynch (J.) 513 Lynn 208 Lyon (I.) 515 Macarra ( C . ) 430 Macbride ( A d m l . ) 52 Macclesfield Penny 9 „ Halfpence 9 - 2 2 , 537 „ Farthings 23 Macfarlane ( H . ) 449 Mackintosh, Inglis & Wilson 412 Maidstone 61 Mail Coach 134,137,543 M a i l l e r s (R.) 411,439 Maldon 33 Malton 320 Man and Woolpack. Success Woolen Manu., etc. 252 M a n f l a n g i n g o n Tree. T o m m y ' s Rights Penny 115 Man in Loom, Success Glasgow 141, 4 1 4 , 4 5 6 „ Nothing without Industry 457 „ No Legend 86, 547 Man o n A l l F o u r s . T h e L a w , e t c . 201 Man on Horse, a n d D r a g o n 49 Manchester Penny 63 „ Halfpence 83-84 Manning (R.) 250 M a p of F r a n c e . P e n c e 118 Halfpence 42,192,544 Maplesden (R.) 258 Marine S o c i e t y Boy 172 Marr 451 Marshall (J.) 449 Mason 435 Mason (J.) 444 Masonic Penny 95 „ Halfpence 138, 543 M a t t h e w s (J.) 56 Maxwell (P.) 436, 4 3 7 M C 441 McBeath 449 M c D o n o g h (M.) 515 M c D o u g a l & Co. M c E w e n (A.) 449 McFarlane 435 M c F a r l a n (M.) 430 McGrane (J.) 61® McKay 449 McLaren (R.) 430


GENERAL PAGE M c M i l l a n ( J . ) & Co. 439 McNeilage (W.) 415 McQueen & Steel 430 M D 454 431 M e i k l e (G.) 411 „ (W.&G.) 411 Meiklejon (J.) 431 M e l r o s e (A.) Men at Forge. Success to Trade 327 M e n H a n g i n g . E n d of B u n e p a r t ( s i c ) 263 „ Greatheads 260 „ Loggerheads 260 Mendoza Pence 95 „ Halfpence 172 Menelaws 449 Menzies (T.) 437 Meriden 293 Metcalf (J.) 321 Meymott 139 M F 442 M F W 505 M i l 238,326 Mighell ( W . ) 255 M i l l ( J . ) & Co. 449 Millar ( A . ) 451 „ (J.) 440 Miller (T.) 247 „ (W.) 418, 451 Milne (J.) 431 M i l t o n (J.). P e n n y 95 Mione (V.) 449 M i t c h e l l (J.) 431 (S.) 418 M M 454 M o l i s o n (A.) 404 Moncrieff ( C . ) 431 Monmouth 208 M o n s t e r S e d i t i o n . Our F o o d , e t c . 2 6 4 Montrose 406-407,547 M o n u m e n t . C r e s c i t in I m m e n s v m 2 6 2 Moore's 140 Morgan (J.) 401 Morris ( J . ) 431 Morrison (W.) 449 Morse (J.) 38 Morton ( D . ) 431 „ (T.) 4 3 5 , 551 Mullady (B.) 515 Munster 519-520 Murphy ( M . ) 512 Musselburgh 452, 547 M S 446 M & S 452 M y n s (W.) 59 N e e t o n (E.) 140 N e l s o n ( A d m i r a l Sr H o r a t i o ) P e n n y 4 0 „ „ 259, 545 Netley Abbey 40 N e w York Theatre 110 Newburgli 411 Newcastle Pence 217 „ Halfpence 217-218, 545 „ Farthings 220 Newent 38,538 Newmarket Penny 6 „ Halfpenny 7

INDEX —continued.

PAGE Newport 45 N e w s h a m (Mrs.). Pence 93 „ Halfpence 132 „ with Necklace. Halfpence 93 Newstead 221 Newton 293 N e w t o n (Sir I.). H a l f p e n c e 194 „ F a r t h i n g s 7, 2 0 5 - 2 0 6 Niblock & Hunter 237 Nicholson (D.) 431 Nickson (J.) 291 Nicol (A.) 407 N i m m o ((3.) 453 „ (R.) 432 N i v e n s (J.) 453 Nivison 432 N K 444 Noel (Colonel) 222 Northampton 217 Northiam 2 5 8 , S45 North Shields 219 North Wales. Halfpence 397-398 „ Farthings 399 Norwich Castle, illustration 106 „ Loyal Association 209 210-215,545 N o t e d Advocates. Three Men Hanging 175 Nottingham 221 Nuneaton 293 Odd Fellows. Man and Ass „ Quis R i d e s Olivers (H.) Oppenheim (M. & H.) Oppression (.Beginning o f ) ,, (End of) Orchard (R.). -Sawbridgeworth Penny „ ,, H a l f p e n n y Orchard's London Penny „ Halfpence „ Farthings Ord ( J o h n ) Orniment. Halfpenny Orpington Paine (Thomas). Penny Paisley Penny ,, Farthings Paley ( R ) P a l m e r (S.) a n d W r i g h t (D.) Pandoras Breeches Pantheon (Dublin) Parker ( W . ) Paris M i n e r s P a r r i s (\V ) Paterson (A. & J.)

(J.)

Payne & Turner P B P C P &E Peckham (J.) „ (W.) Peebles Pellew (E.) Pennycuick Penryn

172 173 61 141 173 174 54 54 96 142 198 460 150 55

115 437 438 325, 3 2 6 88 176, 201 505 506 3 9 3 , 394 57 432

*>o 233 440 441 435 4 55 453 56 453 24

Percival (Ann) Percy (E. W.) Perrins ( I . ) Perth Peters (D.) Petersfield P F PH Phusitechnikon Picken Pideock Halfpence „ Farthings Pigs' M e a t P i l m e r (J.) P i n k e r t o n ( A . ) & Co.

565

PAGE 512 265 260 4 3 6 - 4 3 7 , 547 437 45 445 443 505 4 32 143-146

199

176,200 405 449 39 (J-) 257 Pintosh (M.) P i t t ( W . ) R t . H o n . W . P i t t P e n n y 116,541 P l o u g h . S u c c e s s t o C u l t i v a t i o n , e t c . 36 Plymouth 26,537 P M 445 P M Co. P e n c e , n o t d a t e d 329, 3 6 8 d a t e d 1784 350 1787 3 2 9 - 4 1 , 5 4 6 1788 3 4 2 - 6 6 , 5 4 6 366 1789 367 1790 367 1791 Mules 368-369 371 Halfpence, not dated 371 d a t e d 1787 „ 1788 3 7 1 - 3 8 2 „ 1789 3 8 3 - 3 8 5 386 „ „ 1790 „ 1791 3 8 7 - 3 8 9 390 „ 1792 390 1794 „ Mules 391-392 Promissory Halfpence 394 Paris Miners 393-394, 546 P a y the bearer, etc. 394-395 W e promise, etc. P e n n y 90 Farthings 395 Mules 395-396 P e n n y , 1788 353 P M S, C y p h e r , 432 Pol l a n d s (J.) 451 Pollock (A.) 451 „ (J-) 27, 5 3 7 Poole H a l f p e n c e 28 ,, Farthings 435, 5 5 1 Portobello 48 Portsea H a l f p e n c e 51 „ Farthings 46-47 Portsmouth 45 „ and Chichester 208 P o w e l l (J.) 146 Prattent 241 2 4 7 Prentice (S.) 147 P r e s b u r y & Co. 453 Prestonpans 27 Preter Pew and W h i t t y 27 Pretor P e w and W h i t b y 133 Price ( B . ) 264 Priestley. Pence 284 „ Halfpenny P r i n c e o f W a l e s . G e o r g i v s Wal409 lise P r i n c e p s 409 ,, G e o r g i v s G.P.S.SC.D. 1799


566

PAGE P r i n c e of W a l e s . H a l f p e n c e 185 -187 „ 3 3 , 70, 2 5 4 „ Crest, D u b l i n , C o i k , etc. „ Farthings 204 „ Plumes, Farthing 54 P r i n c e s s of W a l e s H a l f p e n c e 188 P r i n g l e (G.) 412 PP&W 27 P 8, Cypher ( S k i d m o r e ) 284 P S Co., C y p h e r 152 P T 447 Puddington 1 Purdie ( D . ) 449 Pye (C.) 284 R 445 Rackham 245, 249 Raft. French F o l l y , etc. 39 R a n d o l p h ( G . ) & Co. 417 Ratlev 147,148 Ravelston 435 R a y n e r ( J . ) & Co. 84 R D 442 R & D , Kendal, Cypher 313 Reeves (T.) 55 Reid (H.) 417, 439 „ (J.) 438 Reith 449 R e i t h & Co. 432 Retailers'Token. Farthing 417-418 Revolution (Before the) 176 Revolution Penny 320 R e y n o l d s (J.) 432 ( R . ) & Co. 285-288 R B 547 R F 442 R G 454 R H 443 Richardson ( R . ) 412 „ G o o d l u c k & Co. 148 Ring (G.) 256 R i v a l x (sic) Abbey 109 R K 444» E 1 T 4 C 508 R L T & Co. 506-509 R L T Co. 509 R M 444-445 R o b b (A.) 432, 4 5 0 Roberts (S.) 401 R o b e r t s o n (J.) 56 Robinson, M o o n e y & Carter 46 Rochdale 85-86 R o d g e r s (T.) 432 R o e & Co. 9-23 R o m a i n e ( R e v . W ). Pence 116 „ „ Halfpence 195 Romford 33 Romney 61 R o m n e y Marsh 57 Ronald (T.) 411 Rook (J.) 215 R o o n e y (P.) 516 Ross 453 „ (A.) 450 Rourke (J.) 512 Ruins. One O n l y Master, etc. 170 Rusher ( W . ) 222 R u s s e l l (A.) 433

GENERAL

INDEX —continued.

Rutherglen Rutland RW Rye

PAGE 418 222 447, 5 2 1 258

Sailor and N e p t u n e 47 Sailor (True H e a r t e d ) 177 St. A l b a n s , H e r t s . 34, 5 4 S t . A n d r e w a n d Cross. N e m o me, etc. H a l f p e n n y 425 St. A n d r e w a n d Cross. Nemo me, etc. Farthing 427 St. Bride's 543 St. Davids 402 St. George and Dragon. Promissory H a l f p e n n y 49 Salisbury 315 Salmon, Courtney and Frost 49 Salter 149 S a n d e r s o n (R.) k Co. 425- 4 2 6 Sandwich 61 Sanger ( W . ) 26 Sangster (I.) 445 Sanquhar 410 Santer (J.) 318 Sargeant (G. E . ) 48 Savage (S.) 468 Sawbridgeworth. Penny 54 „ Halfpenny 54 Sawyer (J.) 61 S C 441 S c a l e s . S a l e of C o r n , e t c . 37 „ God be praised, etc. 37 „ G o o d L o r d be p r a i s e d , e t c . 37 Schooling 149 S c o t t (A. a n d J.) 440 „ (M.) 433 „ ( T . ) & Co. 413 „ & Fulton 452 S c u o g a l l A: D r y s d a l e 433 Sedition (Monster). Our F o o d , e t c . 264, 545 Shackelton ( F . ) 149 Shakespeare. L o n d o n and Middx. 182 Sharp. Portsmouth 45 „ (T.) 292 „ (J. M.) 411 Sharpe (J. and T.) 315 Shaw 450 S h e a r e r ( G . ) & Co. 413 Sheffield Constitutional Soc. Pennies 320 „ „ „ Halfpennies 327,546 Sheffield 327 S h e p h e a r d , D o v e , H a m m e t t & Co. 2 6 S h e p h e r d under a Tree. N o L e g e n d 177, 5 4 3 S h e r b o r n e Castle. 2 2 2 ; i l l u s t r a t i o n 106 27 Sheridan (R. B.). P e n n y 116 Shield and Flags. Unite and be Free 320 Ship. Coaly T y n e 219, 2 2 0 „ C o r n i m p o r t e d b y G o v e r n m e n t 36 „ God preserve P l o u g h and Sail 250 „ Payable 48 „ Pro Bono Publico 2 9 , 44 „ Royal George 57 „ Under Providence 46

4800€5

PAGE S h i p . V a l — t B r i t t i s h Tars 14 „ Wdoden Walls, etc.58 „ N o Legend. Fish below 49 Ships at Sea. A r m s B e l o w 254 Ships. Cape St. V i n c e n t 47 Shipden (R.) 60 Shrewsbury Halfpence 224-225, 545 „ Farthing 225 SI 444 Simmons (J.) 61 „ (R.) 513 Sims 149 Sinclair (D.) 433 S i n t o n & Co. 450 Skidmore (P.). Pence 105-110 „ Halfpence 150-153 „ „ ChurchesandGates 154-164 ., A r m s . H a l f p e n c e 152 „ Farthings 199 Skinner (T.) 55 Slave. Pence 119, 541, 5 4 2 „ Halfpence 195 Sleaford 87 Slough 4 S m i t h (B.) & Co. 321 Smith (W.) 446 Smith & Gibson 418 „ Wilson 404 Smyth (C.) 516 „ (J.) 61 S n a k e in Grass. N o u r i s h e d , e t c . 2 6 4 S n e d s h i l l , see W i l k i n s o n ' s T o k e n s S n o w (M) 62 Socy. for Free Debate,Birmingham 264 Somerset Yeomanry. Penny 226 „ „ Halfpenny 228 South Shields 29 South Wales. Farthing 400 Southampton. Penny 40 „ Halfpence 49-50, 539 „ Farthings 51 ., Medal 52, 5 3 9 S p a d i n (J.) 446 Spalding 88 S p a r k s di G i d l e y 237 Spence (J.) 217 Spence's Address 167-168 „ Bust 165-166, 543 „ Glorious Plan 165 „ Halfpence 165-179,543-544 ,, Farthings 200-202 S p i n n i n g Wheel. By Labour, etc. 462 S p i t t l e (I.) 179 S p o t s w o o d (M.) 450 S S 445 Stafford. Pence 240 „ Halfpence 243, 545 „ Farthing 244 Stag. Freedom w i t h Innocence Pence 118, 5 4 1 „ Halfpence 196 „ „ Farthing 202 S t a g a n d Tree. N o L e g e n d 177 Stag's Head. Let Britain Flourish 419 Stanhope (Earl) 195, 5 4 5 Staplehurst 61 Stars, fourteen. E Pluribus, etc. 71 S t e e l (M. a n d J . ) 450


GENERAL PAGE Steele (J.) 406 Steuart 433 Stewart (P.) 453 Stinton (W.) 179 544 Stockton 29 Stone 62 „ (M.) 149 Stork. Promissory H a l f p e n n y 45 Stort. Navigation 54 5 3 9 Stortford 54 5 3 9 Stourbridge 319 Stowe 4 Stratford-on-Avon. Halfpennies 293 Stride ( J . ) 41 Sturrock ( J . ) 446 Suainson 180 Sudbury 251 Summers (R.) 180 Sunderland. Pence 28 ,, Halfpence 30 S u t h e r l a n d (G.) 450 Swainson 180 Swan Penny 111 Swansea 402 S w a p (A.) & Co. 405, 547 S w o r d s or D u b l i n 510

T A 517 Tackle (Tom) 197, 544 Talbort F y a n Tallant (T.) 249 Tumworth. Penny 241 „ Halfpenny 243 Taylor (P.) 438 ,, (R.) 410 „ k Moody 49 T 517 TC T D 454 Tea Chest and T w o Sugar Loaves. Teas 438, 547 Tea Chest. Wines and Foreign Spirits 438, 547 T e b a y (J.) 257 Tenterden 62 Thallon (R.) 433 Thames and Severn Canal 37 Thelwall 177 T h o m (J.) 450 Thomson 434, 547 „ (P.) 434 (T.) 452 Three Thomas's 202 Thurlow Pennv 117 Till (W.) 4 Tipton 243 TL 44 Todd (M.) 248 T o k e (Mr.), 59 ; N o t e 62 Token Collectors' H a l f p e n c e 129 Tooke (Hoifce) 178.196 T P 445 T o r r a n c e (R.) 450 Tower. N o Legend 517 Traquiar (J.) 454 T r e e of L i b e r t y 178 Triangle. K i n g , L o r d s , C o m m o n s 128

INDEX —continued.

PAGE Triangle, with Masonic Emblems. Sit Lux, etc. 138 T S 455 T. T ( h o m s o n ) . Evesham 316 Tullamore 519, 5 4 7 Tume Dublin Halfready 485 T u r n b u l l (G.) 447 (W.) 438 Turne Camac 500 Turner Camac. Penny 459 „ Halfpennies 495-500 „ Farthing 511 „ Chairman 495 T u r n e r (G.) 452 Turnstile (Little) 178 T W, Cypher. Promissory Penny Token 262 Tyrrell 517 Uncharitable Monopolizer U n i o n Mill United Token U . S . A . A r m s o n Irish M u l e s Vase and Scythes. etc. ' V e n a b l e s (T.) V I V i c t u a l Co. Voss (J.)

120, 5 4 2 265 179 458, 4 6 0

Time Destroys, ill 225 517 435 402

W A 440 Wainfleet 88 Walcot Turnpike, Bath 231 Walker (A. J. & M . ) 434 ,, B l a c k i e & Co. 434 W a l l a c e , Sir W i l l i a m 409 Waller (W.) 1 W a l s h , P. 516, 547 Wanstead, 30 ; illustration 106 Ward (W.) 95 Warley Camp 33 Warwickshire County. Penny 259 „ „ Halfpence 266 „ Yeomanry 263 W a s h i n g t o n (Gen.). Pence 120, 5 4 2 „ ,, Halfpence 197 Water Gate Custom 455 W a t e r s o n & Co. 418 W a t s o n (J.) 450 W a t t (W.) 411,435 W a u c h (J.) 454 W B 453, 455 WC 441,452 W e b b (J.) 293 W e b s t e r (A.) 411,450 W e l c h (T.) 262-263 W e m y s s (D.) 434 W e s t C l a n d o n P l a c e , 251 ; i l l u s t r a t i o n 107, 109 West Cowes 50 Weymouth 28, 537 W F 452 WG 442 W G M, Cypher. H a l f p e n n y 315 WH 443 W H, Cypher. Farthing 244 W H Co. 457,510 Wheatsheaf. Bakers H a l f p e n n y 9 1 , 1 2 8

5G7 Wheatsheaf. Peace and Plenty. Halfpenny 87,458, 519,520,521 „ Plenty and Liberty 7 „ Relief against Monopoly 36 Wheeler (F.) 2 W h i t e (J.) 426, 4 4 0 W h i t e (R.) W h i t f i e l d (J.) 180, 5 4 4 W h y t c (R.) 450 W i l k e n s o n (J.) 301, 305, 3 0 6 , 3 0 8 Wilkins (R. B.) 45 W i l k i n s o n ( J o h n ) . Silver Token 295 „ Halfpence 295-311,546 „ Farthing 312 Wilkison (J.) 295, 299, 3 0 1 , 3 0 5 , 309, 310, 311

Will (J.) 450 Willey— see Wilkinson's Tokens William III. 185 „ Revolution Jubilee 114, 185 Williams (T.) 329, etc. (W.) Williamson (J.) W i l l i s (Dr. J . ) W i l s o n (G.)

(J-) (R.)

Wiltshire Yeomanry Winchelsea Windsor Winton (J.) W i s e (A.) Wishart (J.) W K W L W L i Co. W N Wolverhampton W o o d (J.) „ (T.) „ & Co. Woodbridge Woodcock (R.) Woodford Worcester City Medals Worcestershire County Token Worswick (T.) & Sons W R W r i g h t ( D . ) & S. P a l m e r „ (J.) Wrox ham W S W . F . B. & Co. P e n n y „ „ Halfpenny W y o n (T.)

181 434 117 450 453 452 314 258 1 435, 4 5 3 450 411

444 444 518 445 243 452 39 227, 2 3 3 246,545 521-523 34, 5 3 7 319, 5 4 6 316 64-70 443, 4 4 5 88 403, 4 2 6 208 446 459 509 262

X X

441

Yarmouth. Penny „ Halfpennies „ Farthings Yarum Castle, 320; illustration Yeoman (Loyal) Yeovil York 328, York (Duke of) 152, Yorkshire County H a l f p e n n y Young (H.) ,, (M.)

209 216 216 107 89 238 546 189 321 96 96

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