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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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1790
R James
Front
Token engraved with elaborate floral ornaments surrounding the text: 
WHEN THIS YOU SE  REMEMBER ME  R . JAMES  NOTTINGHAM  1790 
Back
Blank token (coin that has had its features erased). 

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1799
William Powell
Mary Fin
Front
Token engraved with a roughly scratched zigzag border, and decorated with a heart at the end of the second line of text. The first two lines have been roughly scored through several times: 
Willm  Powell  Manchester  1799 
Back
Token engraved with a roughly scratched zigzag border, and decorated with a heart above the name ‘Mary Fin’. The first  line has been roughly scored through several times: 
W P  Mary Fin  I’ve left you here for -   To Complain til I -   Return to Old -   England agn 

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1820
J Church
Front
Token engraved with five lines of text: 
J. CHURCH.  WHEN THIS YOU SEE   REMEMBER ME  WHEN I AM FAR AWAY  1820 
Back
Token with the top two lines of text scored through to efface the words: 
[???]  [DEA???]  AGED 20  YEARS 

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1827
Front
Token engraved with the image of an anchor and rope, encircled by two lines of text: 
WHEN THIS YOU SEE THINK ON ME +  W. SINDARY 1827 
Back
Token showing a few scored lines. 

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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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1837
R Myer
Front
Token engraved with a stippled image of a man walking, wearing flowing chains from his wrists to ankles. Running vertically up the right side are two lines of text (the top line of which has been scored through): 
R. [MYER].  . AGED . 21 . 
Back
Token engraved with 11 lines of stippled text: 
WHEN  THIS YOU  SEE REMEMBER  ME AND BEAR ME  IN YOUR MIND LET  ALL THE WORLD SAY  WHAT THEY WHILL  DONT PROVE TO  ME UN KIND  FEBRUARY.  13. 1837. 

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1847
James Hartle
C L
Front
Token engraved with a stippled scalloped border and symbols of an anchor, wineglass and pipe. Cursive text around the central images reads: 
Love and Liberty  
At the base are two initials: 
[CL] 
Back
Token with a stippled scalloped border and stippled cursive text (partially scored through): 
Forget  me Not  James  H[ar]tle  184[7] 

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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
J Williams
Front
Token engraved with five lines of text: 
JE WILLIAMS  when this you  see think of me  when I am far  away 
Back
Token bearing many engraved scratches. 

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undated
W Palmer
Front
Token engraved with stippled cursive text, partly obscured by scratches: 
When  this you see  remember me  till i get  my libert  ty 
Back
Token engraved with stippled cursive text: 
W  Palmer 

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undated
James Chiddey
Betsy
Front
Token, with vertical scratch marks, engraved with text and decorated with stars, crossed hearts and a lower border of leaves: 
Dear Betsy  when this you  see think on me  James Chiddey 
Back
Reverse of a cartwheel penny, 1797.