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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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1794
H Hale
Mary Eater
Front
Token with a roughly engraved image and a border of text. In the centre is an image of a man and a woman facing each other, holding hands. They are both wearing hats; he has a coat and waistcoat, and his hair is tied at the back. Text running around the border of the coin reads: 
When this you See Remember me  
Between the two figures is the name: 
H Hale  
Back
Token engraved with an image of a woman pushing a large laden wheelbarrow. Text at the top and base of the token reads: 
Mary Eater  1794 

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1802
Front
Elaborately engraved token with a border of leaves and a central image of a woman with an anchor. She is leaning on a box-like structure [coffin?] with two hearts on top. She is is pointing at a bird in the sky, and a ship is sailing on the horizon. At the base of this image is the date: 
1802  
Around this central image runs a decorative border, and around this run the words: 
I LOVE TILL DEATH SHALL STOP MY BREATH | 
Back
The reverse of a cartwheel twopence, 1797. 

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1828
G Emms
Mary Knight
Front
Token engraved with a stippled zigzag border and  an image of a man and a woman, their joined hands holding an umbrella above them. He has a top hat and a jacket with buttons; her hat has a feather and ribbons, and her skirt has buttons and a lacy border. To the left and right of the couple are the words: 
Goaing  A Walk  
Across the bottom are three lines of stippled text: 
. G. Emms. 24.  .M. knight  1828 
Back
Token engraved with a stippled zigzag border and 10 lines of stippled cursive text (quite worn on right side): 
Dear mary  When this you  see Remember  me and bear  me in your min[d]  let all the world  Say what thay  will dont  prove to me  Unkind 

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1829
T Rea
Front
Token engraved with the stippled image of a man and a woman standing on either side of a small table with a carafe and a wineglass on it. The man is wearing a coat, holding a pipe and appears to have a key hanging from his belt. The woman has a ribboned hat and is holding a flower and a wineglass. At the top and bottom is stippled text reading: 
T.R  1829 
Back
Token engraved with 11 lines of stippled cursive text: 
When  This you see  remember me  And ber me in  your mind let  all the world  say What they  Will. dont Prove  to me un  kind 1829  T. Rea 

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1829
Ann
Joseph
Hickman
M Ann
Front
Token engraved with a stippled scalloped border and 10 lines of  stippled cursive text: 
Dear wife  When this you  see Remember  me and bear  me in your   mind let all the  world say what   thay will dont  prove to me  Unkind 
Back
Token engraved with a stippled zigzag border and the central image of a woman holding the hands of a small girl (at left) and a small boy (at right). They are all wearing hats and dresses; the woman’s hat is decorated with flowers and ribbons and her dress has a decorative lacy border. Above the figures are their names in stippled cursive text: 
M Ann    Ann      Joseph  
Underneath the figures is engraved in stippled cursive text: 
Hickman June 12  1829 

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1830
H Orum
H Cutler
Front
Worn token with a decorative loop at the top with a ring through it. The token has a stippled border and is engraved with the stippled  image of an elaborately dressed man and woman wearing hats and standing on either side of a table with a bottle on it. They are each holding a glass. Lights hang from the festooned ceiling above them. At the base of the token is engraved in stippled text: 
H. O[rum] H Cutler  Aged 21  Aged 19  1830 
Back
Worn token with a decorative loop at the top with a ring through it. The token has a stippled border and eight lines of stippled cursive text, with a flourish of leaves at the base: 
Tho time  may pass and  years may fly and  every hope decay and  die and every joy  ful dream may set  Yet thee I never  can forget 

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1830
T P
C L
Front
Token engraved with the stippled image of a man and a woman standing in a garden, on either side of a table with a bottle and a glass on it. They are each holding a glass and she has a hat with ribbons and a small bag in her left hand. At base is a heart crossed with downward facing arrows, above a decorative pattern.  
Back
Token engraved with the stippled image of a man and a woman standing in a garden, between two trees. She has a hat with ribbons and a small bag in her left hand. Beneath them are initials and a date: 
T. P          C. L  . 1830 .  

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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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1831
J Clark
Front
Token engraved with the image of a man wearing striped trousers and a buttoned jacket, holding the hand of a woman wearing a hat and holding the hand of a small child. The sun is shining above them and there is a decoration resembling chains around each side border. At the base is the engraved text: 
J Clark  1831 
Back
Token engraved with eight lines of  text: 
When  this you see re  member me & bear  me in your mind let  all the world say  what they will do  nt prove to me  unkind 

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1833
Joseph Hemming
Front
Token neatly engraved with cursive and printed text: 
Joseph Hemming  BORN MARCH 4  1808  1833  
On either side of the dates are the words: 
Aged 25 
Back
Token with the precisely engraved image of a man and a woman shaking hands. She is wearing a hat and carrying a basket, while her dress is made of a sprigged fabric with a zigzag border. He is wearing a jacket with tails and a top hat. Above the figures are the words: 
Peace Love and Unity 

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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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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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1836
Charles Williams
Front
Token engraved with crude stippled text: 
A  KEEP  SAKE FROM  CHARLES  WILLiAMS  TO HiS  MOTHER  AN . FATHE  R 
Back
Token engraved with the heads and shoulders of a man and woman, a stippled scalloped border and a floral design at the base, with the date: 
1836 

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1845
Henry Teague
Richard George
Front
Pierced token engraved with a number of stippled designs and text. The profile of the heads of a man and a woman facing each other, on either side of a floral [thistle?] design, are surrounded by a number of symbols, including a fish, fork, wineglass, jug, crossed keys, star, anchor and a snake. Initials below the heads are: 
R . G  
In a circle below this is engraved: 
RIN  G  
At the base is the date: 
18 . 45 
Back
Pierced token engraved with stippled text, the first line curved: 
HENRY TEAGUE  WHEN YOU . DO  SEE . THIS . MIND  . AND . REMEMBER.  ME . RICHARD .  . GEORGE .  1845 

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undated
W
Jane Jones
Front
Token engraved with a lady wearing a hat with feathers, standing next to a small carved table on which is a basket and another unidentified object. There is a canopy above her, from which hangs a lantern, and between her and the table is engraved the initial: 
Beneath this scene is a heart surrounded by a wreath. On either side of the heart are two crosses. Around the edge of the coin are two concentric lines of text: 
Jane Jones  let my body  be Were it will my heart shall  Be with you still 
Back
Token engraved around the edge (from top right): 
May you blest . with all . that heaven can send long life much   
The rest of the coin is filled with the text: 
happines  and . A . faithfull  friend may you be  blest with joys like  these & spend your  days in health and   ease,  & kindly  still . remember  Mee 

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undated
Front
Token engraved with an ornate border and the image of a woman and a man, in elegant dress. She is wearing a bustle and a large hat. He is wearing a  jacket and hat and is offering her his hand. 
Back
Token engraved with cursive text, and a small flourish at the base: 
With early  Virtue plant  Thy Breast the  Specious Arts of   Vice Detest  ~ 

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undated
Front
Token engraved with the image of a woman holding an anchor and standing in  water. She is pointing to a ship on the horizon. Engraved around the border in a rough cursive text are the words: 
When this you see Remember me When Im far Away * 
Back
Token (on a coin still bearing the words BRITTANIA and the date 1797) engraved with an image of a tree with two birds, beaks touching, and a banner above them bearing the word: 
LOVE 

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undated
I Worner
J H
Front
Token engraved with a border of stippled text: 
I . WORNER . 2 Yes . IMPRISONMENT ◊  
In the centre are three lines of stippled text: 
Keep th  IS for  my saKe 
Back
Token engraved with the image of a small girl holding a woman’s hand. Under the figures are the initials: 
J. e  H. T 

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undated
J Fletcher
Front
Token made up of a simple engraving of a man holding the hand of a woman who is holding the hand of a child. There is a border of entwined lines running most of the way around the token and a name at the bottom: 
J Fletcher 
Back
Token engraved with seven lines of neat cursive text: 
tho time  may pass & years  may fly & every hope  decay & die & every  joyfull dream be set  but thee I never  can forget 

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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
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.