Die for Farthing17th CenturyGloucester Williamson 81 Town Arms within a beaded inner circle. THE ARMES OF GLOVCESTEr weighs 299 grammes, the tokens issued in 1669, as far as we have been able to establish, no 17th Century token dies have been offered for sale or auction. A highly important and significant item of considerable local interest, excessively rare.
Die for Farthing17th CenturyGloucester Williamson 83 Nags Head facing three-quarters left. AT THE NEGSHEAD, as far as we have been able to establish, no 17th Century token dies have been offered for sale or auction. A highly important and significant item of considerable local interest, excessively rare.
17th century tokens. (8). Includes a Hampshire, Gosport farthing. Obverse Stephen lock and (ship). Reverse Dorothy of Gosport, D.S.L. New variety of Williamson 72. Together with a group of Colchester farthings. The Gosport farthing is very fine, the rest are average fine.
17th Century (17) BedfordshireBarton in the Clay Williamson 3, Bedford W7, 11, 12, 17, 19, Biggleswade W24, 25, Dunstable W36, Great Barford W48, Houghton Regis W56, Milton W76, Potton W79, Woburn W101, 106, all attributed, last NVF others Fair to Fine
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