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1787
Alexander
Mary Gibbs
Front
Token engraved with a small tree with a large bird on either side and another bird flying above. The birds each have a speech bubble containing the words: 
Mary  [True] love  Alexander 
Back
Token engraved in the centre with a name that appears to have been scored through with several lines: 
Mary   Gibbs  
Around the border of the token is engraved in flowing script: 
Love . The . Giver . & . Keep - This . For . his . Sake . 1787 -  

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1829
Front
Token engraved with an ornate swirling pattern. 
Back
Ornately engraved token featuring the detailed image of two birds drinking from a double-handled goblet, on a decorative base. Around the border runs the text:   
WHEN THIS YOU SEE REMEMBER ME WHEN I AM FAR AWAY 1829 

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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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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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1831
W Stokes
Front
Token with 10 lines of stippled 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 UN  KIND. MARCH. 15  1831. 
Back
Token with the stippled image of a tree, a bird and a small animal. Underneath is the stippled text: 
W. STOKES. AGED  [3]5 

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1831
E W
Front
Token engraved with stippled cursive text: 
Remember  me when far  away bear me in  your mind let all  the world say what  they will dont  prove to me un  kind 
Back
Token with stippled image of a woman and a man holding hands under a roof from which three lanterns are dangling. He is holding a gun and a dog is walking behind him. On either side of the figures are the initials: 
E W  
At base are two hearts, joined by an arrow. Above the hearts is the stippled date: 
Dec . 21 . 1831 

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1832
J Riley
Front
Token engraved with stippled cursive text, decorated with flourishes and flowers: 
~A~  Token of Love  from your Unfor  tunate Nephew  J. Riley  Septr 16th  1832 
Back
Token engraved with stippled images of birds in a stylised tree rising from a heart. The base of the token is decorated with leaves and flowers. Inside the heart is the word: 
love  
Stippled cursive text at the top, centre and base of the token reads: 
Forget me not  J Riley  1832 

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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
March Barber
Mary Bolton
Front
Token with stippled border and stippled cursive text, decorated with the symbol of a bird: 
Love and  Fredom  1832 
Back
Token with stippled border and stippled cursive text, decorated with the symbol of a bird: 
March  Barber.  Mary  Bolton 

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1833
Daniel Bates
Mahala Bates
T B
J B
Front
Token engraved with a stippled image of a lady wearing a hat and holding a parasol. On either side of her is a pot plant. Underneath is engraved in stippled flowing script: 
Mahala Bates 
Back
Token engraved with a stippled image of a man smoking a long pipe, with a dog by his side and surrounded by decorative elements including a heart within a heart, and a bird in flight. On either side of him are the initials: 
T.B  J.B  
Underneath is engraved in stippled flowing script: 
Daniel Bates 7  Years March  th12 . 1833 

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1835
J Dunham
Front
Token engraved with stippled text and designs. An image of a bird carrying a sprig of leaves in its beak  is in the centre, over an arrow pointing to the left. Text in large capitals around the border reads: 
LIBERTY . IS . SWEET : 
Back
Token engraved with stippled text and a number of ornamental flourishes, and what appears to be a shoe at the base: 
~  J . DUN÷  HAM . AD  18 . 1835 ~  ~ FOR . GET  ME . NOT  ~~ 

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1835
John Bryan
Elizebth Oldbury
Front
Token engraved with a stippled border, text and designs, including a flower, sun and moon at the top, and leaves and flowers at the base: 
EO   JB  HAPPY . IS . THE  HOUR PRISONER  FRE . AND . BRAK  THE . CHANGS  OF SLAVRE 
Back
Token engraved with stippled border, text and designs, including two birds, and floral and leaf designs above and below the text: 
LOVE  JOHN . BRYAN ..  AGED . 21 . 1835 ..  ELIZEBTH …  OLDBURY . AGED . 19  LOVE & LIBERTY  THREW . out . THE  WORLD 

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1844
J Parker
M Felton
Front
Token engraved with the stippled image of a bird sitting on a branch within a border of leaves and flowers. The stippled text at the top reads: 
J  PARKER  AGED 27 
Back
Token engraved with a plain and scalloped border and the  image of a three-masted sailing ship adorned with banners and flags. Underneath the ship are five lines of stippled text: 
A . TOKEN . OF  FRIENDSHIP  TO . THEE . M  FELTON  1844 

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undated
W H
Front
Token engraved with a stippled border and 11 lines of stippled text, still showing the guidelines, and with the date at the base scored through: 
WHEN  THIS YOU SEE  REMBER ME .  AND BAR ME IN  YOUR MIND LET  ALL THE WORLD  SAY WHAt THAY  WELL DONt . .  PROVE TO ME  UNKIND . .  18[3?] 
Back
Token engraved with stippled designs, including a number of masonic symbols. The designs include a smiling sun and moon, two crossed hearts, two birds holding a sprig of leaves between them, and a crown. Other symbols include a compass and square, a trowel and possibly a set of scales, and the eye stippled at the top of the token. Initials at the base have been scored through: 
W [H] 

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undated
H D
S S
Front
Token engraved with stippled designs of flowers and leaves, and the words: 
Forget  me not 
Back
Token engraved with a stippled image of a bird in flight and decorated with stippled leaves and swirls. A heart in the centre contains the initials: 
H . D  S . S 

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undated
E M
Front
Token with a stippled border of leaves, and stippled text: 
Forget  me not 
Back
Token engraved with a stippled bird, carrying a note in its beak, flying over a heart shape. The token is decorated with a swirling leafy border. Inside the heart is the stippled text: 
E M  E M 

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undated
R Cooper
S Cooper
Front
Token with five lines of ornate cursive text with two crossed hearts flanked by birds at the top: 
Meeting is a  Pleasure but  Parting is Grief  R Cooper  S Cooper 
Back
Token engraved with a deeply etched border and a detailed central image of a man and worman walking arm in arm. 

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undated
A B
Front
Token engraved with the image of a bird carrying a letter in its beak, and some small designs. Text reads: 
KEEP IN  REMEMBERANC  THE GIVER 
Back
Token made up of the head of an 1826 George IV penny. Over the King’s neck, and embellished with small arrows, are the initials: 
AB 

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undated
Front
Token engraved with the image of a man wearing a jacket and top hat, carrying a hunting gun. He is standing in front of a tree and there is a dog and a building in front of him. 
Back
Token engraved with the stippled image of a house with a chimney and trees on either side. Eight lines of stippled text read: 
When  this you see  remember mee  And bear Me in  your mind let all the  world Say What they  Will dont Prove to me  Unkind. 

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undated
Front
Token engraved on a 1797 cartwheel penny still bearing the date and the word ‘Britannia’. Ornately engraved text reads: 
Let not  Absence  Bannish  LOVE 
Back
Token engraved on a 1797 cartwheel penny still bearing the text ‘GEORGIUS III DG REX’. In the centre is engraved the image of a long-haired woman standing on the shore next to a palm tree, with an anchor at her feet. There is a ship sailing on the horizon and birds flying above it.