Hard cover pages. Used Trade Tokens issued in the Seventeenth Century in England, Wales and Ireland by Corporations, Merchants, Tradesmen, Etc. Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century in England, Wales and Ireland, by corporations, merchants, tradesmen, etc. Volume, Volume 1. Edition, 2nd edition. The actual coin-striking probably took place in London. The economics of the production side of the 17th century token trade is also mostly unrecorded. Buy 17th century british tokens, british tokens at U.K. online store, 17th Century Cirencester Halfpenny Trade Token: ISAAC SMALL. Trade tokens issued in the seventeenth century in the county of Yorkshire, by corporations, merchants, tradesmen, etc.-book. collecting 17th century traders' tokens and their literature. Williamson, George C., TRADE TOKENS ISSUED IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY; a. Seventeenth Century England: Traders and their Tokens (Seaby,. London). Carnell, P. 'Trade Tokens Recovered in Wiveton', The Glaven Historian 4,.
As merchants, the Quarles family took advantage of the burgeoning wool and fishing industries, continental trade agreements, and the development of ports on the. Trade & Condor Tokens - 17th - 20th Century (GB unless stated) 17th Century: Berkshire - Reading ¼d: CLEMENT MARLOW â€“ Bell / AT THE BELL - C*G*M (W97).
Bid Live at Noonans Mayfair's British 17th Century Trade Tokens auction. It is likely the H. and S. B. who these tokens were issued for were maltsters as the crossed shovels were commonly used as a device for this trade. G.B. - 17th century AE trade tokens to include Suffolk Bury St Edmunds - John Baythorne VF, Norfolk - 'City Arms' x2 AF&AVF, Kings Lynn 'Town Arms'.
Imaging supported by the Marc Fitch Fund. Bibliographic references: Williamson / Trade tokens issued in the seventeenth century in England, Wales and. Sold between 12 June & 8 November 2 parts. The Collection of Yorkshire 17th Century Tokens formed by Christopher Street. Christopher Street. Trade tokens issued in the seventeenth century in England, Wales, and Ireland, by corporations, merchants, tradesmen, etc. Illustrated by numerous plates.
17th Century tokens were the first genuine trade tokens to appear in this country. The failure of parliament to provide sufficient small denomination. These include heart-shaped tokens, diamond shapes, square pieces, and octagonal tokens. Most of these are quite rare, in demand, and command very high prices. Taken from 'Stamped withe their Private Stamps: the Tokens of the 17th Century', Robert H. Thompson, Hackney History, 17, pp.
Use of trade tokens was prohibited by King James in but reintroduced at the stood on the western tip of Jamestown Island in the late 17th century. Jul 26, - Explore MJ Wild's board "Trade Tokens etc" on Pinterest. PLATE 2—COFFEE-HOUSE KEEPERS' TOKENS OF THE 17TH CENTURY 25th Anniversary. 17th Century, Kent Trade Token. Maidstone, Heart shaped. Walter Weeks halfpenny. Weavers arms. g. Reference: W An extremely fine example of this. A complete post-Medieval copper-alloy token farthing issued by Williamson, G.C., Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century London: Seaby Ltd.