1793 Conder Token D&H 47, Petersfield Promisory Halfpenny
Conder Token D&H 47, Petersfield Promisory
- ASIN: B07CZ55HY4
1758 IE GR0187 Great Britain 1/2 Penny conder token D&H35 halfpenny DE
GR0187 Great Britain 1758 1/2 Penny conder token D&H35 halfpenny combine shipping
- ASIN: B01KQ8MEM2
1789 IE Conder Token, Cronebane Halfpenny, Irish Mine Co, 1T
1789 Conder Token, Cronebane Halfpenny, Irish Mine Co.,
- ASIN: B07FPQHHPG
1801 UK Great Britain Conder Token WANDEROW Pidcock's Middlesex D&H 1073 (16091101C) Farthing Mint State NGC MS 64
Middlesex, Pidcocks DH 1073,Certified by NGC to MS 64 RB. NGC Population Census: THIS Coin, only 1 higher! Flashy, lustrous coin with great eye appeal! Monkey standing with staff.
- ASIN: B0785PSNFW
1794 UK Great Britain SPENCE & INDIAN Conder Token Middlesex D&H 684 (16111305C) 1/2 Penny Uncirculated Details NGC
Elusive Spence Condor token of 1794. Certified by NGC to UNC Details (scratches, cleaned)
- ASIN: B075W3QXCJ
1790 UK Great Britain Handel Conder 1/2 Penny Token Middlesex Dodds DH 300 (17091610C) 1/2 Penny Mint State NGC MS
Mint State grade Middlesex, Dodd's Conder half penny token of 1790s, certified by NGC to MS 64, Population Census: This Coin, only 1 higher (MS 65), no RB or RD graded
- ASIN: B075PJ2MFG
An Arrangement Of Provincial Coins, Tokens, And Medalets: Issued In Great Britain, Ireland, And The Colonies, Within The Last Twenty Years, From The Farthing, To The Penny Size
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- ASIN: 1164567861
1790 UK Great Britain Birmingham Poet Conder D&H 30 NGC POP 1/0 (17091604C) Penny Mint State NGC MS
A Warwickshire Birmingham Conder large copper penny token of 1790s. NGC Certified to MS 65, Population Census: THIS COIN, none higher!
- ASIN: B075PL1L7D
Tokens and Traders of Kent in the Seventeenth, Eighteenth and Nineteenth
The Provincial Token-CoinageCoins traditionally contained the value of the metal they were made from, less a nominal amount for the monarch and mint master and could only be produced by Royal decree. By the sixteenth century the penny and its fractions had been reduced in size by inflation becoming inconveniently small to manufacture and use. The general population resorted to using token coins containing less than their intrinsic value of metal until the monarch provided sufficient usable coinage for the needs of trade.Trade tokens were issued in three distinct periods, the first during the seventeenth century, 1648-1672. The second in the eighteenth century, 1787-1801 and finally the nineteenth century, 1811-15. As well as being collectable, like coins, tokens issued by tradesmen contain personal information such as name, location, trade and even spouse’s forename initial in many cases and will be of interest to genealogists as well as family and local historians. Metal detectorists are a large group of regular finders of these tokens, who will also be looking for a means of identifying their metal detecting finds.Available SourcesA number of eminent numismatists (including Atkins, Boyne, Conder, Dalton, Davis, Dickinson, Hamer, Pye and Williamson) have studied these tokens a...
- ASIN: B0148XCOO4
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