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1787
T C
Prestrage
Front
Token engraved with the image of a man in chains, arms outstretched. Around the border runs the text: 
T C. CAST 17th JULY 1787 
Back
Token engraved with the image of a woman, holding a rose in her right hand. Around the border runs the text: 
Mrs Prestrage 

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1813
J Cooper
Front
Token engraved in a neat sloping printed style, with decorative capital letters: 
J. Cooper,  Cast for Death  Septr 15th  1813 
Back
Head of a George III penny, 1806. 

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1817
Elijah Swainson
Front
Token engraved with a border of leaves around the bottom half and rope or chain around the top, and three lines of text: 
ELIJAH SWAINSON  CAST FOR DEATH  5th July 1817 
Back
Head of a George III penny, 1807. 

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1817
George Morris
Susan Morris
Front
Token engraved with a rope border encircling the image of a man with arms outstretched, holding a hat in his left hand, with a small child next to him. 
Back
Token engraved with a border of leaves around the bottom half and rope around the top. The image of two crossed hearts is at the top of four lines of text: 
GEORGE MORRIS  A GIFT TO  SUSAN MORRIS  1817  

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1818
Thomas Spicer
Front
Token engraved with a crisscross border and cursive text with a crossed heart at the top and a flower at the base. There is a tiny cross engraved above the number ‘17’: 
Thomas Spicer  Cast for Death  17 Janr 1818  For Soft 
Back
Token engraved with a crisscross border around the upper half, and the elaborate image of a pot plant with leaves and flowers extending across the lower half of the token and surrounding the date. Above the cursive text is a heart crossed with arrows: 
Reportd &c left  To Suffer Feby 19th  1818 

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1818
William Maskell
Beedle
Front
Token engraved with a fine crisscross border, and a heart crossed with arrows at the base of cursive text: 
Mr & Mrs Beedle  May love and  Friendship  never be forgot 
Back
Token with a crisscross and scalloped border, encircling cursive text: 
I am your  Wellwisher  William Maskell  1818 

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1818
James Kelly
Mary Kelly
Front
Pierced token crudely engraved with cursive text: 
Remember  me  Mary Kelly 
Back
Pierced token crudely engraved with cursive text: 
James  Kelly 17  Lagd 7 Yrs  1818 

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1818
David Freeman
Sarah
Front
Token with a fine crisscross border, and five lines of cursive text: 
Dear Sarah  when this you see  Rembr me when In  Some foreign  Country 
Back
Token with a border of fine crosses and scallops at top and leaves at the bottom. Two hearts crossed with arrows are engraved at the base of four lines of cursive  text: 
David Freeman  Born the year  1798 Banished 17th  June 1818  

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1818
John Campling
Front
Token engraved with a fine rope border and two crossed hearts above six lines of cursive text: 
Dear Father Mother  A gift to you ~  From me a friend  Whose love for you  Shall never end  1818 
Back
Token engraved with a fine rope border and five lines of cursive text, with a flourish at the base: 
when this you  See Rembr me when  In som Foreign  Country John  Campling   ~ 

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1819
T Jones
Mary
Front
Token engraved with cursive text: 
Dear  Mary take  not this amiss  for your well  wisher has  sent you  this My  Js 
Back
Token engraved with cursive text: 
When  this you see  Remember me  when I am  far away  T Jones  March 1  1819 

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1819
T Jones
John
Front
Token engraved with cursive text: 
Dear John  take not this  amiss for your  unfortunate  Brother has  sent you  this 
Back
Token engraved with cursive text: 
T Jones  transported  for 7 years  Agd 16  March 1  1819 

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1820
William Henry Standford
Front
Token with a zigzag border and a crossed heart at the base of seven lines of cursive text.  
He Suffered  in this World, in  the hope of forgiveness  in the next and the  pleasing Blessed  …… hope of ……  Immortality. 
Back
Token with a zigzag border and cursive text: 
Wm Hy Stanford  Newgate  Found Guilty of  Forgery  April, 28th,   1820 

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1820
Samuel Phillips
Front
Token engraved with text and decorated at the top with a heart pierced with a horizontal arrow, and with a number of stars sprinkled around the text: 
Dear Sister  from your un-  fortunate brother  Saml Phillips  Transported  May 2nd  1820 
Back
Head of an Anglesea penny token, worn down so that the features are barely visible. 

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1820
M L
Front
Token engraved with the profile of a walking man smoking a pipe and holding a large tankard of what looks like beer. He is wearing striped trousers, boots, a buttoned overcoat and a top hat. Chains run from his waist to his ankles, but are not preventing him from striding. On either side of him is a potted plant and on the middle right of the token is a heart with two crossed arrows. An ornate border of leaves runs around each side. Repeated on either side are  the initials: 
M*L M*L  
At the base is the date: 
1820 
Back
Token engraved with eight lines of text surrounded by a border of leaves tied at centre bottom: 
WHEN  I AM AFAR  BEYOND THE  SEAS PRAY  LOOK AT THIS  AND THINK   OF ME  M L 

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1820
G G
Mary
Front
Token engraved with text and decorated with hearts on either side of the initials at the base, and a leaf decoration at the top: 
Dear Mary  when this you  see think on me  when I am in a   foreign country  Jany 10th 1820  G. G 
Back
Head of a George III penny. 

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1824
C Wilkingson
C L
Front
Token engraved with several lines of text and a rough pattern of triangles scratched as a border. The word ‘FOR’ is in the centre of the coin and surrounded by a heart. There are also light scratches scored across the text: 
YOUR  LOVER  LIVES FOR YOU  C.L  ONLY. TIL  DEATH 
Back
Token engraved with lines of text and designs. The word ‘FOR’ is in the centre of the coin and surrounded by a heart crossed with two arrows. There is light scratching over the surface of the coin and some cross-hatched triangular designs on either side of the date at the bottom: 
C.WILKINGSON  LAGD  FOR LIFE  AGED. 17  1824 

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1825
M Flinn
Front
Token engraved with cursive text: 
M Flinn  aged 25  cast for death  september 16  1825 
Back
Token engraved with cursive text, with a curving feathered line at the base: 
A  token of true love  when this you se  remember me 

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1825
Henry Barton
Elizabeth
Front
Pierced token engraved with a leaf border and text decorated with swirls at the top and base: 
DEAR ELIZABETH  WHEN THIS YOU SEE  REMEMEBER ME  NOW I AM BOUND  TO TWO YEARS  SLAVERY  1825 
Back
Token engraved with concentric borders of triangles and leaves, enclosing a crossed heart at the top of elaborately engraved text: 
Henry  Barton  Aged   29 

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1827
George Robotham
Front
Token engraved with stippled cursive text, and a small decorative flourish at base: 
+When+  this you see  Remember me  banishd from  my country  ~ 
Back
Token engraved with a border of stippled leaves at top and bottom of stippled text: 
GEORGE  ROBOTHAM  AGED 17  1827 

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1828
Abraham Lawley
Ann Pembutton
Front
Token engraved with the stippled decorative image of a balloon shape with a gondola with flags on either side. On the left are stippled leaf designs and on the right is a heart. On each side of the balloon is a set of initials: 
A             A  L              P 
Back
Token engraved with eight lines of stippled text, embellished with heart and diamond symbols: 
ABRAHA  AM LAW  LEY 20 TR  AN SPORTE  D 14 A KEE[P]  ANN PEMB  UTTON 12  1828 

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1829
James Thurtell
Front
Token engraved with stippled text and designs. The first line is engraved around the edge of the token: 
TRANSPORTED  FOR  *7*  YEARS  1829 
Back
Token engraved with stippled text and designs. The first line is engraved around the edge of the token: 
JAMES◊THURTELL  AGED  *18*  YEARS  *1829* 

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1829
William Reynolds
Ann Reynolds
Front
Token with a stippled scalloped border and seven lines of stippled cursive text: 
Far[w]ll  all but not  For ever ~  Ann Reynolds ~  aged 22  Wm Reynolds .  aged 21  1829 
Back
Token with the stippled engraving of a man with a chain joining his left hand and foot, doffing his top hat. Other symbols stippled on the token are a ship and a wheelbarrow, with a spade underneath. There is a decorative stippled border. 

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1829
D Poultney
L Cowley
Front
Pierced and silvered token engraved with a stippled scalloped border and image of a man with his dog, shooting birds. Around the figures are stippled words: 
D. Poultney  L. Cowley  1829 
Back
Pierced and silvered token engraved with a stippled scalloped border and image of a hat with two feathers at the base of nine lines of stippled cursive text: 
When  this you see  Remember me  and bear me in  your mind let  all the World  say what they  will dont prove   to me Unkind 

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1829
John Harris
Catherine Harris
Front
Token engraved with stippled cursive text; the last line curved around the bottom edge of the token: 
When  This you se  Remember me  Until i gain my  liberty  A token from 
Back
Token engraved with stippled cursive text; the first line curved around the top edge of the token: 
John Harris to  Catherine Harris  Covicted on the   16 of April  1829 

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1830
Samuel Sergent
M A Sergent
Front
Reverse of a cartwheel penny, 1797. 
Back
Token engraved at the top with the image of a mermaid holding a trident and at the bottom with a fish. Five lines of text, the first two being in a gothic font and the next three in a cursive style, decorated with a number of flourishes: 
Sl Sergent  M A Sergent  when This you Se  Remmber Me  12 Jany 1830 

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1830
John Harris
Ann Taylor
Front
Token engraved with a border of leaves and cursive text: 
A Token of  Love from John  Harris to Ann  Taylor 
Back
Token engraved with a border of leaves and cursive text: 
When this  you see remember  me when in a   foreign Country  Feby 25 1830 

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1830
F Buck
M H
Front
Crudely engraved token with six lines of text, the third line partially scored through: 
IN MEMORY  OF  F. BUCK WHO  WAS BANISHED  FOR 7 YEARS  1830 
Back
Token engraved with the image of a heart crossed with two downwards facing arrows and a downward facing arrow in the centre. There is an initial on either side and one word engraved below: 
M H   ADIEU 

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1831
M A Witlock
Front
Token engraved with stippled text: 
ADIEU  DEAR AUNT  ADIEU 
Back
Token engraved with stippled text: 
M A.  WITLOCK  AGED 22  1831 

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1831
Deney Briant
Front
Token engraved with a border of cut marks and the stippled image of a man wearing chains. Inside the border runs the stippled text: 
YOUR . ILL . FATED . BROTHER . BOUND . IN . SLAVERY .   
On the inside of this border is the name: 
.DENEY.    . BRIANT. 
Back
Token engraved with stippled text on the reverse of a cartwheel twopence. On either side of the figure of Britannia runs the text: 
7 Y  AGED XIX  
Inside the border between the date 1797 and the word BRITANNIA are the words: 
SEPR 8  1831 .. o .. 

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1832
W Williams
Front
Token engraved with cursive text: 
W. Williams  Exil,d, April,  5, 1832. 
Back
Token engraved with cursive text: 
We part in  Hopes, to meet  Again. 

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1832
J Walden
T Walden
Front
Token engraved with a stippled border of leaves and stippled cursive text: 
No  Pen can  Write no  tongue can  tell the  Aching Heart  That Bids  Farewell. 
Back
Token engraved with a stippled border of leaves and stippled cursive text: 
A  Gift From  J. Walden  To  T. Walden  July 5. 1832  14  YEARS 

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1832
William Kennedy
Front
Token engraved with nine lines of stippled cursive text: 
When  this you see  remember me and  bear me in your  mind. let all the wo  rld, say what they   will speak of  + me as you +  + find +    … 
Back
Token engraved with stippled text and designs. It is  decorated with two birds, a star, a decorative heart, leaves and two swirls. Around the top of the token and on either side of the heart is the text: 
September 6th  William Kennedy   
Within the heart is the word: 
love  
and beneath the heart is the date: 
1832 

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1832
William Hancock
Front
Token engraved with a decorative leaf design at the top, and a thistle, shamrock and rose at the base. Cursive text reads: 
We part in hopes  To meet again. 
Back
Token engraved with cursive text: 
William  Hancock, Cast  For death, Apil,  5, 1832. Age,d  20 years. 

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1832
T Burbury
Front
Token with stippled text: 
T. Burbury  Condemned  March 24  1832. 
Back
Token with stippled text: 
When  this you see  remember  me. 

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1832
T Burbury
Front
Token engraved with stippled cursive text: 
When   this you see   think on   me 
Back
Token engraved with stippled cursive text: 
T. Burbury  Condemned  March 24.  1832. 

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1833
Joseph Kelf
Front
Token engraved with stippled text. The guidelines are still visible, and there is a stippled heart design at top and another unclear design at the base: 
JOSEPH  KELF  AGED 20  1833 [PK] 
Back
Token with a stippled leaf design and stippled text: 
HONESTY  IS THE  BEST  POLICY 

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1833
Dennis Greenfield
J L
Front
Pierced token engraved with stippled text: 
*JL*  A TOKEN  OF RESPECT  FROM DENS  GREENFIELD  AD+19 
Back
Token engraved with stippled text and a leaf design at the base: 
1833 .  A FRIEND  IN NEED IS  A FRIEND  IN DEED 

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1833
Front
Ornately engraved token featuring the image of a three-masted ship on the water with a flag flying from the stern. Underneath in a neat cursive script is engraved: 
Accept this dear  Mother from your  unfortunate son  – Thos Alsop –  Transported July  25 Aged 21 1833 
Back
Token engraved with neat cursive script and a number of decorative ornaments: 
The rose  soon drupes  & dies. the brier  fades away. but  my fond heart  for you I love  shall never  go astray. 

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1834
R Turner
Front
Token engraved with a flowerpot and leaf decoration at the base, and nine lines of text: 
Dear mother  when this you see  Remember me  and bear me in your  mind let all the **  world say what   thay will speak of  as you find  R.* Turner 1834 
Back
Head of a George III penny, 1807. 

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1834
Josh Smale
Front
Token engraved with eight lines of stippled text; the first and last lines curving around the edge of the token: 
When this you see  Remember.me  . And . bear . me .   . In . your . mind .    . Let . all th[e] . world   . Say . what [th]ey will   . Speak . of . me .   As you find 
Back
Token engraved with decorative stippled embellishments of flowers and leaves, and stippled text: 
a gift by  Josh Smale  Feby 20 1834 

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1834
H Rye
William
Front
Head of a George III penny, 1806. 
Back
Token engraved with nine lines of text, with some star and flower embellishments. The face of the token has possibly been scratched deliberately: 
Dear WILLIA  M Wen this you  see re[me]ber me [&]  ** bear it in you Min  d*let all the world*  say what thay will  speak of me as  you finD*H*rye  18  34 

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1834
Willam Maddox
Elizabeth
Front
Token with the crude stippled image of a man and a woman holding hands. She might be holding a child in her other arm. Stippled text on either side of the figures reads: 
Willam  Eliza 
Back
Token engraved with stippled text: 
A gift by  W Maddox  .. to his ..  Sister Elizabeth  March 6 1834  … 

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1834
Edward Kershaw
Front
Token engraved with an elaborate swirling and cross-hatched design. Around the border is engraved: 
Edwd Kershaw . Augt 26th 1834 . Seven Yrs
Back
Token engraved with an ornamental flourish at the top and a leaf design at the base. Cursive text reads: 
No pen can write  No tongue can tell  The aching heart  That bids farewell. 

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1834
H Honey
Front
Head of a George III  penny, 1807. 
Back
Token decorated with a flowerpot and leaves at base and stars at the top, and nine lines of text: 
Kind freinD  when this you  see Remember  me and bear me in  your mind let all  the world say what  thay will speak of me  as you find  1834 H * Honey 

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1834
John Hobbs
George Brown
Front
Token with a decorative garland of fir branches and a pinecone shape at the top, and another leafy garland at the base. Engraved with cursive text: 
1834  Farewell a long  farewell – my  Country’s exile 
Back
Token with an engraved shield or coat of arms on it, bearing  text along the lower edges: 
JOHN . HOBBS  GEO BROWN 

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1834
Edward Hawkins
Marian Hawkins
Front
Pierced token engraved with neat text in varying styles: 
Marian Hawkins  WHEN THIS YOU SEE  REMEMBER ME    — . —  YOUR HUSBAND  BLESS YOU  E. Hawkins 
Back
Pierced token engraved with neat text in varying styles: 
NO PEN CAN WRITE  NO TONGUE CAN TELL  THE ACHING HEART  THAT BIDS FAREWELL    — . —  Edward . Hawkins  APRIL 8, 1834 

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1835
P Sanders
Front
Token with stippled cursive text and border: 
Happy  the hour the  prisoners free  and meet s is  friends with  harmony 
Back
Token with stippled cursive text and border: 
A Token  of love from  an unfortunate  lover. P. Sanders  Aged . 22 . June 11  1835 

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1835
G Poulton
S Poulton
Front
Pierced token engraved with stippled text: 
NO PEN  CAN WRITE  NO TONGUE  CAN TELL THE  ACHING . HE  ( ART ) 
Back
Pierced token engraved with stippled text and designs: 
THAT  + BIDS +  FAREWELL  G . POULTON TO  S POULTON  1835 

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1835
J Lea
M A Johnson
Front
Pierced token engraved with a stippled border, cursive text and a few decorative swirls: 
~  ~  When this you  see remember me  and bear me in your   mind let all the world  say what they will  speak of me as you  o find o 
Back
Pierced token engraved with an ornate stippled border of leaves encircling stippled text: 
J Lea  MA Johnson  1835 

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1836
David Odwell
Front
Token with stippled cursive text: 
David  Odwell  for Life  4th Jany  1836 
Back
Token with stippled cursive text: 
No Pen  can write no  Tongue can tell  the aching  Heart that   bids fare  well 

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1836
Peter Martin
Marcela Martin
Front
Pierced Bristol penny. 
Back
Pierced token with nine lines of stippled text: 
A  KEEP SAKE  from  PETER MARTIN  tanner Gloster  to  Marcela Martin  August 24  1836 

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1837
John Parker
Front
Token engraved with stippled text and designs. The top half has the design of a tree. In the leaves at top is the date: 
18[3]7  
On either side of the trunk are the initials and numerals: 
J.P    21  
The lower half of the token is engraved with stippled text: 
JOHN . PARKER  AGED . 21  1837 
Back
Token engraved in stippled letters: 
JOHN .  PARKER .  TRANSPORT[?] ED .  IN . THE .  YEAR . 1837 .  MARCH . 14  14 / W.P 

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1838
Abel Deely
Sarah Deely
Mary Painter
Richard Painter
Front
Token engraved with an elaborate swirling stippled border and stippled text variously curved or straight: 
ABEL DEELEY  Aged          30  SARAH DEELEY  Aged . 28 .  MARY PAINTER  Aged      19  RICHD PAINTER  Aged 23  1838 
Back
Token engraved with stippled designs and text. At the left is a large cherub holding a scroll with the image of a sailing ship on it, under which is the name: 
THE RED  ROVER  
At right is another cherub blowing a trumpet. Underneath the scroll is stippled text: 
Think of  me Love  when  Far  AWAY 

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1838
Robert Dodds
Front
Token crudely engraved with cursive text: 
Robt Dodds  Aged 26  1838 
Back
Token crudely engraved with cursive text: 
Forget  Mee Not  March 30  1838 

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1838
William Brain
Front
Token engraved with the stippled image of a man in chains and a ship sailing in the background. In the sky is the sun, moon and several birds. To the man’s right is a rock-like shape, on which is engraved: 
Wm  Brain 
Back
Token with an ornate stippled border of swirls and flourishes, and stippled text: 
When this you  see think of  me when I  am far away  Wm BRAIN  
Engraved into the lower half of the border are the words: 
aut | AGED. 21 | 22 1838 

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1839
John Haddon
Jane Arnold
Front
Token with stippled diamond (and one heart) pattern around the border and stippled cursive text: 
From  John . Had  don . Aged 25 for  14 years Leicester  Bricklayer  1839 
Back
Token with stippled diamond border and stippled cursive text: 
A token  of . Respect . or  A . Keep Sake for  Jane . Arnold  Aged . 20 .   1839 

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1839
Front
Token crudely engraved on the head of  an 1826 penny, still showing some of its markings: 
IT IS  TREASON  TO  DETAIN  THE 
Back
Token crudely engraved on the reverse of a penny, still showing its original markings: 
WELSH  MARTYRS 

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1839
Frost
Front
Token made up of a penny on which the image is still visible in parts. Across the centre of the coin is crudely engraved in large stippled letters: 
FROST 
Back
Token made up of a penny on which the image is still visible in parts. Around the border of the coin is crudely engraved in large stippled letters: 
CHARTER 

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1839
John Bloxidge
Front
Pierced token engraved with a detailed image of a man wearing a hat, buttoned waistcoat and jacket. One arm is outstretched, as if waving to a three-masted ship sailing on the water. The sea is composed of tight zigzagging lines.   
Back
Pierced token engraved with  the design of a shamrock, thistle and rose. Above are the words: 
JO[H]N  BLOXIDGE  AD. 18.15.YS 1839  REMMBER ME  WHEN FAR AWAY 

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1844
William Holmes
Roasann Holmes
Front
Token, pierced at the bottom, with stippled scalloped border, small embellishments, and six lines of stippled text in varying styles: 
WILLIAM  HOLMES   Alias Dublin  Bill Aged 21  Sentenced . 7  1844 
Back
Pierced token with stippled scalloped border and six lines of cursive text: 
Roasann  Holmes Aged  19ys Aquit July  5 1844. Dear  Wife Forget  Me Not 

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1845
Thomas Lock
Front
Token engraved with a stippled border, decorative diamond shapes, a cross (at top) and a heart (at bottom), and five lines of stippled text: 
THOMAS  LOCK  AGED . 22  TRANSPed  10 Years 
Back
Token engraved with a stippled border and seven lines of stippled text: 
WHEN  THIS . YOU  ~ SEE ~  REMEMBER  ME . WHEN  I . AM . FAR  From the  

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1845
Joseph Taylor
Front
Token engraved with stippled text (first line curved around the border) and a heart decoration at the base: 
REMEMBER  ME.  WHEN FAR  AWAY. 
Back
Token made from a George III halfpenny, on which the King’s head is still visible. Around the border and beneath the head is stippled text: 
JOSEPH TAYLOR  AGED  37  1845 

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undated
James Godfrey
Hannah Jones
T Boulton
S Stevens
Front
Token engraved with an elaborate swirling stippled design and a scroll shape containing stippled text. To the left and right of the main text are the names: 
T. BOULTON.  S. STEVENS.  
Within the scroll are the names: 
JAMES  GODFREY  HANNAH  JONES 
Back
Token engraved with a stippled shield design with an elaborate border of leaves and flowers, containing 10 lines of stippled text: 
WHEN IN  . CAPTiViTY.   TIME GOETH  VERY SLOW BUT  FREE AS AiR[?]  to roam how  quick the  Time  Doth  GO