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Bedfordshire seventeenth century tokens.

Joseph Hight Blundell

Bedfordshire seventeenth century tokens.

by Joseph Hight Blundell

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Published by Printed for the Author by the County Press, Newport in Ventnor (Eng.) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tokens -- Bedfordshire, Eng.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBoyne, William, d. 1893.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCJ5058.B4
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 67 p. :
    Number of Pages67
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21426701M

    SCBI The Norweb Collection Part 1: Bedfordshire to Devon by Thompson, R.H. This volume is the first part of the monumental eight volume catalogue of the Norweb Collection of 17th Century Tokens . £ 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 .

    Williamson. G.C. – Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century in England, Wales and Ireland by Corporations, Merchants, Tradesmen, Etc. – A New and Revised Edition of William Boyne’s Work. – Volume 2. (London, ). Dickinson, M.J. – Seventeenth Century Tokens of the British Isles and their Values. (London, ). This site is dedicated to all aspects of the paranumismatics of 17th century London, particularly (but not exclusively) that series of privately issued traders’ token that circulated in and around the city during the period /9 to This is a period for which we know .

    Buy 17th Century 17th Century British Token Coins and get the best deals at the lowest prices on eBay! Great Savings Free Delivery / Collection on many items. Initially he collected Welsh 17th century tokens, triggered by the publication of George Boon’s book on the subject. But, finding out how much individual 17th century tokens cost and, encouraged by Monica Bussell ( 74) at Seaby’s, David decided to start collecting Welsh 18th century tokens, principally Anglesey.


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Bedfordshire seventeenth century tokens by Joseph Hight Blundell Download PDF EPUB FB2

An essential record for students of Bedfordshire seventeenth century tokens and the token series more generally. Of interest to all those studying local, social and family histories of this period." Bedfordshire Seventeenth Century Bedfordshire seventeenth century tokens.

book, John Gaunt, edited and expanded by Gary Oddie. Published by Galata, Llanfyllin (Powys), Quarto, pp. Buy Bedfordshire Seventeenth Century Tokens by Gaunt, John, Oddie, Gary (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : John Gaunt, Gary Oddie. The Token Book: British Tokens of the 17th 18th and 19th Centuries and Their Values [Paul Withers] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Token Book: British Tokens of the 17th 18th and 19th Centuries and Their Values/5(5).

17th Century Tokens: Ampthill-Bedford in Bedfordshire W Numbers refer to Williamson's Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century in England, Wales and Ireland, (). THE TOKEN BOOK. 17th, 18th & 19th century British tokens and their values by P & B R Withers. 14 x 22 cm pages, over tokens illustrated, all in colour, from the best specimens in public and private collections.

£48 (+ £ p&p). There is a page introduction with a short account of how to understand tokens, and a list of the standard reference works for each main type. Rare Coins and Tokens: Bedfordshire 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.

17th Century Tokens: Shefford-Woburn in Bedfordshire W Numbers refer to Williamson's Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century in England, Wales and Ireland, ().

17th Century Tradesmans Tokens () 18th Century Tokens (22) 19th Century Copper Tokens (14) 19th Century Silver Tokens (39) Other Tokens (1) Tickets & Passes (46) Bedfordshire Luton John Rowley Farthing 16mm copper token. W73 Good fine £ Internet Archive BookReader 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. Seventeenth Century Tokens of the British Isles and Their Values.

Michael Dickinson. Spink, London, reprint of Dickinson's original issue, hardback with dust jacket, pages, 4 plates and three pages of line drawings of guild coats of arms, new.

This updates and enlarges upon Williamson's standard work on the series. SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY TOKENS OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE GEORGE BERRY AND PETER MORLEY MANTON AND HOLLI produceS d the standard work on the seventeenth-century trade tokens of Buckinghamshire between the years andin the form of three papers in BNJ xviii, xix, and xx (, ,1 an Spind ).k & Son Ltd.

reprinted. For Bedfordshire, there is Gaunt, Bedfordshire Seventeenth Century Tokens, which includes extensive research in the parish records and probate records for all of the token issuers. I have searched for all of my known 17th century ancestors in Williamson, and none of them appears to have been a token issuer.

I think you are very lucky to have. 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, Volume 1. Numismatic Books > 17th Century Tokens > Kentish Tokens of the Seventeenth Century. Price £ Quarterly Record of Additions No XXX: Price £ Salisbury"s Local Coinage: Price £ Salisbury"s Local Coinage: Price £ SCBI 31 The Norweb Collection.

Tokens of the British Isles. Pt 1 Bedfordshire to Devon. Price £ SCBI 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.

Initially he collected Welsh 17th century tokens, triggered by the publication of George Boon's book on the subject. But, finding out how much individual 17th century tokens cost and, encouraged by Monica Bussell () at Seaby's, David decided to start collecting Welsh 18th century tokens, principally Anglesey.

The section that applies to the 17th century tokens discussed in this article is: From the 17th to the early 19th century in the British Isles and North America these were commonly issued by traders in times of acute shortage of coins of the state to enable trading activities to proceed.

The token was in effect a pledge redeemable in goods but. Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century in England, Wales, and Ireland, By Corporations, Merchants, Tradesmen, Etc.

A New and Revised Edition of William Boyne's Work, by George C. Williamson. With the assistance of some of the principal collectors of tokens in the United Kingdom as editors of their respective counties.

At least as early as they purchased tokens from the London auction-rooms, and more recently acquired important collections of Shropshire and Yorkshire. The result of this dedicated collecting is that Mr and Mrs Norweb built the largest collection of seventeenth-century tokens that has ever been formed, s pieces.

Initially he collected Welsh 17th century tokens, triggered by the publication of George Boon's book on the subject.

But, finding out how much individual 17th century tokens cost and, encouraged by Monica Bussell () at Seaby's, David decided to start collecting Welsh 18th century tokens, principally Anglesey. At the same time the use of private tokens was outlawed, which was obeyed with two notable exceptions where usage continued for a few more years (i.e., the city of Chester, and Ireland).

When those practices ended, the time of the 17th-century trade token had passed. Today it is possible to collect trade tokens.We sell English and overseas coins and tokens, with an emphasis on higher-quality items.

Currently we have a good online stock of English 17th century tokens. We also have a range of Roman coins, English coins dating from the Anglo-Saxon period to Victoria, and Russian coins from the 16th century onwards, including a selection of wire money.C.

Williamson Tokens. Trade issued in the Seventeenth Century (London )., p pp.and4 (Uncertain 44). Th e tota derivel fros m the writer's card index of 'Token toponyms which', includin referencesg comforta, - bly fills five drawers, each o f which has a maximum capacity of about a .