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19th-century token

This term has 709 records attributed within our system.

Term type

Object category

Created

3yrs ago

Connected records

Penny

Maker(s)

Moneyer: Thomason, Edward (Uncertain)
Issuer: Union Copper Company
Die-engraver: Halliday, Thomas
Place of use: Birmingham

Sixpence

Maker(s)

Issuer: I. B. (Ireland, C19th) (Struck in the name of)

Penny

Maker(s)

Moneyer: Thomason, Edward
Issuer: Fereday, Samuel
Die-engraver: Halliday, Thomas
Place of use: Bilston

Sixpence

Maker(s)

Moneyer: Halliday, Thomas
Issuer: Lord
Place of use: Scarborough

Penny

Maker(s)

Moneyer: Boulton, Matthew (Uncertain)
Issuer: Rose Copper Company
Mint: Birmingham
Die-engraver: Halliday, Thomas

Shilling

Maker(s)

Moneyer: Halliday, Thomas
Issuer: Bastin, William
Place of use: Cheltenham

British Isles

Maker(s)

Die-engraver: Wyon, Peter
Place of use: Birmingham

Shilling

Maker(s)

Issuer: Younge
Issuer: Deakin
Place of use: Sheffield

Threepence

Maker(s)

Moneyer: Willet
Issuer: Gillot, E. (Uncertain)
Place of use: Birmingham

Farthing

Maker(s)

Issuer: uncertain
Place of use: York

Penny

Maker(s)

Die-engraver: Halliday, Thomas (Uncertain)
Place of use: Birmingham

Shilling

Maker(s)

Issuer: Lincoln (Struck in the name of)
Issuer: Halliday, Thomas
Issuer: Millson
Place of use: Lincoln

Sixpence

Maker(s)

Issuer: Rudston
Issuer: Preston

Penny

Maker(s)

Die-engraver: Halliday, Thomas

Shilling

Maker(s)

Issuer: Bryan, E.

Penny

Maker(s)

Die-engraver: Wyon, Peter
Issuer: Chaston, John

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