catalogue of tradesmen"s tokens of the seventeenth century, relating to Yorkshire.

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Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Tokens -- Great Britain -- History -- 17th century. Tokens. An Unrecorded 17th Century Token Die of Southampton Corporation. (Sue Stewart) 8 - An Unrecorded 17th century token of Wiltshire (Mike Shaw) 9 - An Unrecorded 17th Century Traders Token (Roger Paul) 7 - An Unrecorded Huntingdon Token (Rev.

Ronald J Dyer) 7 - An unrecorded seventeenth century token from Gosport. Michael Dickenson‘s “Seventeen Century Tokens of the British Isles & their Values” is a further update () Paul & Bente R. Withers “The Token Book” (Galata, ) Journals.

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Rice, Gerard. The 17th C Tokens of Co Louth, Co Louth Archaeological & Historical Journal, XX, 2, (), 17th Century Farthing Tokens of Yorkshire, England. The list of tokens of this county is mainly from the Yorkshire division of Boyne's "Tokens issued in the Seventeenth Century in England and Wales" (), and also from the same author's smaller work, "The Yorkshire Tokens.

The license appears to have continued to apply to that city, as in the seventeenth century but one private person in Bristol issued his token; the city continuing to issue tokens year by year of similar character and style and with similar device to those issued by license of the Queen.

Rare Coins and Tokens: Lancashire 17th century tokens - COINS TOKENS MEDALS -MEDALLIONS Relating to Yorkshire. book SALES MODEL COINS/TOY MONEY MISCELLANEOUS BANK NOTES rare coins, tokens, coin collecting, rare coins and tokens. Title: Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century in England, Wales, and Relating to Yorkshire.

book By Corporations, Merchants, Tradesmen, Etc. Illustrated by Numerous Plates and Woodcuts, and Containing Notes of Family, Heraldic, and Topographical Interest Respecting the Various Issuers of the Tokens.

A book of this kind is, of course, of interest mainly to tradesmen ; but the outside public will find in the representations on certain of the tokens, revelations as to the history of the times in which they made their appearance. Thus, "A female holding a pole with a cap of liberty on it ; Liberty and Commerce, ," speaks for itself.

Full text of " Trade tokens issued in the seventeenth century in England, Wales, and Ireland, by corporations, merchants, tradesmen, etc. Illustrated by numerous plates and woodcuts, and containing notes of family, heraldic, and topographical interest respecting the various issuers of the tokens ".

In the seventeenth century, tokens were issued by local tradesmen as coinage for spending in their shops. The issuing of coinage was traditionally the King's perogative.

However, in the time of the Commonwealth the rules were relaxed and o tokens have been catalogued from around the. Tokens issued in the seventeenth century in England, Wales and Ireland, William Boyne () In this book, he listed individual Irish tradesmens’ tokens This includes an additional Irish tokens not listed by Aquilla Smith The Silver Tokens of Great Britain, Ireland, the Dependencies and Colonies, William Boyne ().

Puritanism in the Period of the Great Persecution, Earl of Cranbrook, 'Suffolk Tradesmens' Tokens of the Seventeenth Century', ().

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Reappraisals in History. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Atkins, James. Tradesmen's tokens of the eighteenth century. London, W.S. Lincoln, (OCoLC) The token money of the Bank of England, to - M Phillips () The tradesmen's tokens of the 17th century of Durham and Northumberland - W Brckett () The Tradesmen's Tokens of the Eighteenth Century - James Atkins () The tradesmens tokens of the seventeen Century of Derbyshire - W Brockett ().

Tradesmen's Tokens. This article examines names and images found on Tradesmen's Tokens from midth century England. Tradesmen's Tokens are not widely discussed today, at least as compared to other types of coin, and so are not well known to non-numismatists.

This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process.

We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections,Author: James Atkins. Two Fourteenth-Century Mint Indentures and Related Documentary Evidence.

Tradesmens Tokens Folder Anglesey & Wales Token Coinage (). Central or Local Production of 17th-Century Tokens. Yorkshire East Riding Tokens.

Yorkshire Tokens 16thth Century (). NEW BOOKS ON TOKENS. Special offer - You may take a 10% discount off all book prices until the end of September, !. Price: The Token book - 17th, 18th & 19th Century Tokens & their Values, Galata pp. A must-have book, with quite accurate prices and illustrations.

£ 01/09/ Auction Tokens: Lot Farthing 17th Century Essex - Pleshy HVMPHREY SARIENT W VG Rare as part of a small and varied group of Tokens (8) USA Hard Times Token undated (c) New York - Erie County, Patterson Brothers Hardware dealers, Anvil/Padlock, engrailed edge, Near Fine.

Ireland - Ballyglunin Estate Truck tokens or Scrip tokens (2) Four Pence. Rare Coins and Tokens: Kent 17th century tokens - COINS TOKENS MEDALS -MEDALLIONS ARCHIVE SALES MODEL COINS/TOY MONEY MISCELLANEOUS BANK NOTES rare coins, tokens, coin collecting, rare coins and tokens.

A descriptive catalogue of the London traders, tavern, and coffee-house tokens current in the seventeenth century - J Burn () A Dictionary of Numismatic Names - Albert R Frey A guide to English pattern coins in gold, silver, copper, and pewter - from Edward I. to Victoria, with their value - G.

Crowther (). Seventeenth century tokens, those of London excepted, generally only circulated within a seven mile radius of their place of issue.

Seven miles was the typical distance between markets where the tokens would have been accepted. This book is written for the casual finder, family and local historian of s: 1.

17th Century Token - Dublin, Mic Wilson, Halfpenny, g/6h (N ff; BW. ) Letter V 17th Century Dublin Alphabet Irish Coins Coining Irish People Alpha Bet More information. The Tradesmen's Tokens (of the 17th Century) of Durham & Northumberland by William Henry Brockett, BROCKETT.

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Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Michigan and. BRITISH COINS & NUMISMATICS Over High Quality Books as PDF. London Tradesmen's Tokens Current in the Seventeenth Century [database on-line].

Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., Original data: Henry Benjamin Hanbury Beaufoy. London Tradesmen's Tokens Current in the Seventeenth Century. London, England. Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century in England, Wales, and Ireland, by Corporations, Merchants, Tradesman, Etc, Vol. 2 (Classic Reprint) by Williamson, George C.

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and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at In sum, the eighteenth-century token coinage shows some characteristics not seen for seventeenth-century issues.

But low-denomination pieces predominate, as does the use of copper as a coinage metal. In general, nineteenth-century tokens feature higher denominations than their predecessors.

A Descriptive Catalogue of the London Traders, Tavern, and Coffee-House Tokens Current in the Seventeenth Century, presented to the Corporation Library by Henry Benjamin Hanbury Beaufoy, 2nd edn, London,xcv + pp, 3 engraved plates (Manville ); Williamson, G.C., Trade Tokens issued in the Seventeenth Century, vol.

II [London, mation. It remained the standard catalogue on Conder tokens until it was replaced by Atkins a century later.

Includes a preface by James Wright, which is a significant essay well worth reading. This copy is complete, with all prefatory and supplementary matter.

Unlisted in Lipsius. Manville Ex Robert H. Thompson Library, with his. A New and Revised Edition of William Boyne's Work, rpt of by Bert Franklin: New York,vol.

1, p.item (This book is sometimes referred to as Boyne-Williamson or Boyne); and R.H. Thompson, The Norweb Collection Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.: Tokens of the British IslesPart II, Dorset, Durham, Essex and.A Descriptive Catalogue of the London Traders, Tavern, and Coffee-House Tokens Current in the Seventeenth Century; Presented to the Corporation Library by Henry Benjamin Hanbury Beaufoy.

2nd edn, London, Printed for the Use of the Members of the Corporation of the City of London, 8vo, green three-quarter morocco, heavily gilt.Some trade tokens are known to have been used in the colonies. A Portsmouth (Hampshire) token of James Henner (dated ) was discovered in the Jamestown excavations, while a hoard of eight trade tokens from Maidstone in Kent were uncovered in the Hamptons on Long Island (Boyne-Williamson, Kent(twice),and ).