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1789
David Ogilby
Front
Token engraved in the centre with two overlaid hearts pierced with an arrow. Neatly engraved around the border are the words (from centre left): 
David Ogilby - October 17 . 1789 
Back
Token engraved with an image of two birds feeding from a bird table and a heart carved on the side, with a decorative border of leaves around the edge. 

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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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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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1816
S K
F D
Front
Token with a stippled border and seven lines of engraved cursive text: 
A token  of Respect :  Given to S K  by FD  her : * :  Brother in Law  April . 3rd   : 1816 : 
Back
Ornately engraved token featuring an elaborate border, a design of two overlapping hearts entwined with leaves and flowers, and a lidded urn above. 

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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
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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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
James Brooker
Elisabeth
Front
Token, pierced at the base, and engraved with seven lines of cursive text, above a crossed heart and a symbol resembling a flower or clover: 
from rocks  and sand and  dangers free God  protect my love and  Mee  Jams Brooker  Jany 20 1820 
Back
Token, pierced at the base, and engraved with nine lines of cursive text, above a crossed heart and some ornamental flourishes: 
Weep not   for me my Elisabeth  dear with heavey  heart . I am Confined  here with Grief and  sorrow . I am Oppresd   . Thinking of you . I  Cannot Take no   rest 

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1820
James Broker
Sarah
Front
Token engraved with cursive text. There are two hearts crossed with arrows on either side of the initials at the base: 
I Cannot  take no rest  James . Broker.  Feby 19 1820  J . B 
Back
Token engraved with seven lines of cursive text, and five lines scored at the base: 
Weep  not for me my  . Sarah dear in heavy .  . frames . I am Confined   hear with Greef and  Sorrow I am oprest  thinking on you 

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1822
M B
G Holt
Front
Token engraved with seven lines of text, and decorated with sprigs of leaves, and a crossed heart between the initials at the base. The shadowing above and below the first few lines indicates that there was a previous attempt to engrave the token: 
THIS IS   A TOKEN FROM  A FREND WICH  LOVE FROM YOU  AND ME SHALL  NEVER END  M B 
Back
Token engraved with seven lines of text, with a leaf motif at the end of the first, second, fifth and seventh lines, and the guidelines visible: 
WHEN  THIS YOU  SE[E] THINK OF   ME TILL I GAIN  MY LIBERTY  G HOLT AGED  21 . 1822 

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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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1824
S C
Front
Token engraved with stippled text and a swirl design at the base: 
DEAR  MOTHER  WHEN THIS  YOU SEE REME  MBER ME UNTIL  I GET MY  LIBERTY 
Back
Token engraved with the stippled design of a heart bordered by leaves, and enclosing a design of a hat and flowers, initials and a date: 
S C  1824 

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1825
J
A D
J
Front
Token engraved with stippled cursive text: 
When  This you see  Remember me  when i am in  a Foreign  Country 
Back
Token engraved with the central image of a heart crossed with two downward facing arrows. It is surrounded by stippled cursive text: 
J For [J]  A D  1825 

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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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1826
W James
Front
Token engraved with an elaborate border, feathers and a fancy heart, containing the text: 
W  James  aged  18 
Back
Token engraved with a decorative border and cursive text: 
When  this you see  remember   Me  1826 

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1826
Mary Hill
Front
Token with a stippled border, and a stippled heart enclosing a smaller heart and bordered by leaves. Above the heart is the text: 
Mary  ~ Hill ~  May. 11. 1826 
Back
Head of a George III cartwheel penny. 

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1827
H Suanders
A S
Front
Token engraved with five lines of text between guidelines: 
THE . GIFT  IS . SMALL . BUT  LOVE . iS . ALL  H. SUANDERS .   AGED . 19 .  
Back
Token engraved with the central image of a heart surrounded by (left) a thistle (above) a rose and (right) a clover. Inside the heart is engraved: 
H . S  TO  A . S  1827 

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1827
John Hare
Front
Token engraved with a heart within a heart in the centre of the disc, surrounded by  a design of a rose, thistle, shamrock and leaves. Clockwise around the edge of the disc (from bottom left) are two lines of words: 
ForGET.ME. NOT.MOTHER.  J. HArE 1827  
Back
Token engraved with the profile of a man wearing striped trousers, boots and a buttoned overcoat. He is facing (at left) a bow with two crossed arrows over it and two more arrows positioned vertically, facing each other. Behind him are images of a heart and two more crossed arrows. Around the edge of the token (from bottom left) are the words: 
IOHN . HARE . AGED 19 

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1828
G E R
Front
Token engraved with the central image of two linked hearts, the left one cross-hatched, the right one stippled, and crossed with two downward facing arrows. The border is decorated with sprigs of leaves, and initials at the top, left and underneath the hearts: 
G  E  R 
Back
Token engraved with cursive text, and a line scored above the date: 
when  this you see  think of   mee    —   1828 

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1828
Henry Marson
Hannah Harris
Front
Token with a decorative stippled border and seven lines of stippled text. There is a heart with crossed arrows to the right of the fourth line of text: 
HEnrY  MArson 20  HAnnAH  HArrIS  AgEd 19  a token of  august 
Back
Token with a decorative stippled border and eight lines of stippled text. There is a stippled sprig on either side of the third line: 
WHEn  THIS YOU  SEE  rEMEMBEr  ME WHEn-  I . AM FAr-  AWAY  1828 

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1828
R F
J F
Front
Token engraved with a stippled chequerboard border. In the centre is an ornate heart crossed with arrows, with an initial on either side, and the date at top and bottom: 
Nov 13  R  F  1828 
Back
Token engraved with six lines of stippled text, and a decoration of leaves at the base: 
When  This you See  Remember Me  Untill I gain  My Liberty  J. F 

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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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1830
Edmund Morgan
Edmund Townsend
Front
Pierced and elaborately engraved token with a zigzag border and a number of images below the central text including leaves, a jug and wineglasses, two pipes and a decorative cross. Text around the edge of the token reads (from top right): 
When this you see remember me & bear me in your mind  
Text in the centre of the token reads: 
let all the world  say what they will  speak of me as you  FIND  KEEP THIS  
Curved around the base of the image, is an inner circle of text: 
Edm Morgan . aged . 18 
Back
Pierced token with a zigzag border and a central image of a man holding a hat in one hand and a wineglass in the other, standing next to a table with a pot and a wineglass. Above the figure is a canopy, the sun in the top centre and a light dangling. Below is a crossed heart and a leaf decoration. On either side of the central image are the initials: 
E M  
Around the border of the token is engraved (from top right): 
Edm. Morgan . Aged . 18 . Edm. Townsend . Aged . 16 Dec 2 1830 

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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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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
Henery King
King
Front
Token engraved in a rough cursive script within a border of leaves: 
When this  you see Rem  ember me when  in a foreign  Cuntry, Feb 17   1831 
Back
Token engraved in a rough cursive script within a border of leaves. The word ‘Love’ at the bottom is enclosed in a heart with two crossed arrows: 
A Token  of Love From  Henery King to  is Mother Mrs King  Love 

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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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1833
Charles Fry
Ann Martin
Front
Token featuring several concentric engraved rings of varying design and text around a central image of a hand with a heart engraved in the palm, on either side of which is engraved in cursive text: 
Chas       Fry   
The central image is bordered with a  zigzag design. Between this and the outer border of leaves is a circle of neatly printed text: 
ANN MARTIN KEEP THIS IN REMEMBERENCE OF ME. 1833 
Back
Head of a George III cartwheel penny. 

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1833
R T
C S
Front
Token engraved with a stippled border and a central image of a heart crossed with two downward facing arrows. In the heart are engraved the stippled initials: 
R. T.  C. S.  
Around the heart is engraved in stippled cursive text: 
A Token of True Love 1833 
Back
Token engraved with a border of stippled leaves and stippled text: 
……..  Forget   Me Not . For  Thee I Never  …..can…..  Forget  …… 

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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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1834
T Lucas
Jane Saunders
Front
Token engraved with a  border and text: 
WHEN  THIS . YOU  SEE . THINK . OF .   ME . UNTIL . I .    . GET . MY .    . LIBERTY .   . MARCH . 15 .  
Back
Token engraved with a central heart shape crossed with downward facing arrows. There is a thistle at left, a clover emerging from the top of the heart and a rose on the right, with a decorative embellishment below. Inside the heart is engraved: 
T . LUCAS.  TO . JANE .   SAUNDERS   . 1834 .  

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1835
D Frazier
Front
Token engraved with stippled text and a heart at the base: 
WHEN  .THIS . YOU.  SEE . REMEM  BER . ME . WHEN  I . AM . FAR 
Back
Token engraved with stippled text: 
AWAY  FROM . THEE  A . TOKEN . OF  LOVE . FROM  D . FRAZIER  1835 

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1838
John Turner
Front
Token engraved with eight lines of stippled cursive text: 
When. this.   you. see. remem  ber. me. and bear.  me. in. your min  d. let. all. the wor  ld. say. as. it. will  dont. prove. to  me. unkind 
Back
Token engraved with a large stippled square frame, bordered on all four sides with a decorative stippled curving line. There is a heart in each corner of the square frame, enclosing stippled cursive text: 
John.  Turner.  Aged. 2.1  
At base is the stippled date: 
1.8.3.8 

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1838
J M
Front
Token shaped into a rough heart shape, crudely engraved with a border and printed text: 
Seven  Years  1838 
Back
Token shaped into a rough heart shape, crudely engraved with a stippled border and printed text: 
J . M  Oct  22 

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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
Benjamin Cox
M Cox
Front
Pierced token engraved with stippled heart and leaves at the base of stippled cursive text: 
M. Cox  Forget me  Not 
Back
Pierced token engraved with stippled cursive text and a stippled line at the bottom: 
Benj Cox  May 29th 1839 

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1841
Michal Newby
Rebach Housego
Front
Token engraved with stippled text: 
FOR  REBACH  HOUS EG[O]  AE 21 . 1841  GET ME  NOT 
Back
Token engraved with stippled text and a flourish at top and bottom, and a heart stippled at bottom right: 
~  MICHAL  NEWBY AE 21  1841  ~ 

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1841
Thomas Harris
Sarah Harris
Front
Token engraved with a line of dots around the edge, decorated with stippled diamonds and a heart at the base of stippled text: 
THOMAS  AND  SARAH  HARRIS 
Back
Token engraved with a line of dots and a stippled diamond at the base of stippled text: 
1841  DEAR  WIFE  FORGET  ME NOT 

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1842
John Warnes
Front
Token engraved with stippled text and decorated with hearts, diamonds and swirls: 
WHAT  IS  SWEETER  THAN  HONEY  LIBERT    Y 
Back
Token engraved with stippled text: 
JOHN  WARNES  AGED . 15  NORWICH  +PIPER+  1842 

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1842
H V
Front
Token engraved with stippled text and designs. In the centre is a heart, with leaves and a flower emerging from the top. On either side is a border of leaves, and a sun shape. Inside the heart are initials, a date and another sun shape: 
H x V  1842 
Back
Token engraved with a wide stippled border, leaving blank the shape of a rounded cross in the centre. At top and bottom of the cross is a sun shape, and there is stippled cursive text, joined by swirling lines, engraved across the centre: 
Absent  but not  Forgot 

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1842
J Bailey
Front
Token ornately engraved with stippled text and decorative elements: 
A  TOKEN  OF  Love  1842 
Back
Token engraved with an ornate stippled starburst border, the design of a heart within a hand, leaves and other decorative elements, and the name: 
J . Bailey 

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1843
William
Front
Incompletely stippled token still showing guidelines. At top are the letters: 
WILLIA  
Underneath is a rectangular frame with a triangular roof around a heart shape. Inside the frame is the date: 
1843 
Back
Token with 10 lines of stippled text: 
WHEN  THIS, YOU  SEE REMEMBER  ME, AND, BARE, ME  IN, YOUR MIND  LET, ALL, THE,   WORLD SAY, WHAT  THEY, WILL SPEAK  OF ME, AS, YOU  FIND 

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1843
W Mollet
Front
Token with seven lines of stippled text, the first line decorated with diamond shapes: 
◊W◊  MOLLET  AGED . 13  TRANS  PORTED  7 . YEAR  1843 
Back
Token engraved with the stippled image of a heart within a heart, flanked by diamond shapes, and two upside down anchors. Above the image are three lines of text, the third line decorated with diamond shapes: 
FOR  GET . ME  ◊NOT◊ 

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1844
Charles Waldron
Mary Price
Front
Token engraved with stippled border, decorative heart shapes and nine lines of stippled text: 
FROM  CHARLES  WALDRON AGE  D . 19 . YEARS .   SEPTEMBER   28 . AND . I . GOT  10 . YEARS  MARCH 30  18.$.44 
Back
Token with a stippled border, decorative heart shapes and stippled text: 
A   TOKEN  OF . LOVE . TO  MARY . PRICE .   AGED . 19 APRIL  8 . SO . THAT . S  HALL . NO  W . 1844 

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1844
L B
S W
Front
Token engraved with a stippled scalloped border and three lines of text embellished with diamonds, swirls and a heart: 
L . B  S . W  1844 
Back
Text engraved with two stippled hearts and a diamond at the base and eight lines of stippled cursive text: 
Once i  Was a tend  er Child and  on my mothers  Knee But Know  i am in Prison  Bown down   in Slavery 

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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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1848
Thomas Jones
Mary Jones
Front
Token engraved with a stippled border and eight lines of stippled text. There is a heart symbol next to the third line and a diamond symbol next to the fourth line: 
. THE .  . LORD .  DELIVER .  YOU . SAFE .  WITH . CHILD .  FOR . MY . SAKE  DEAR .  WIFE 
Back
Token engraved with seven lines of stippled text and small decorations: 
MARY .   JONES . *   AGED . 24 . Y .   THOMAS .   JONES . +  AGED 28 .   . 1848 .  

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1848
Maria Hunt
Front
Pierced and worn token, engraved with a stippled border and text surrounded by symbols including wineglasses and hearts: 
1848  Forget me  not  Love . 
Back
Pierced and worn token, with a stippled zigzag border and stippled text surrounded by symbols including a wineglass and  heart flanked by two crossed pipes: 
[Maria?]  [Hunt?]  aged 1[7]  

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1856
Ned Sims
Caroline
Front
Pierced token with a stippled border, and stippled engraving of a cross with a name above it: 
CAROLINE  
To the left of the cross is an unclear letter symbol, possibly a ‘B’ or an ‘8’. 
Back
Token engraved with rough stippled strokes. In the centre is a heart containing the date: 
1856  
The border has a stippled decoration around the lower half, with text around the top part: 
NED+SIMS 

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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
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
William Weir
Front
Pierced token engraved with a border of leaves around the bottom half, and stippled cursive text: 
Wm Weir  Aged 23  to his dear  Fanny 
Back
Pierced token engraved  with a border of leaves around the bottom half, and a heart at the base of cursive text: 
Think  on me 

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undated
William Scott
S A Scott
Front
Token engraved with elaborate stippled text and images. Around the central image of a tree are two concentric rings of text (from centre top): 
S . A . SCOTT . . MY DEAR . LET All .   our FOES . SAY . WHAT 
Back
Token engraved with ornate stippled text and designs. Concentric rings of text around the border read: 
THEY . WILL . YOU . WILL. FIND MY  Heart IS. WITH . YOU STILL  
The text border encircles a design featuring a heart and leaves, and a name stippled in elaborate Gothic-style lettering: 
Wm  Scott 

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undated
James Keen
Ann Sadler
Front
Ornately engraved token with concentric rings of decoration and text rendered in varying styles encircling two joined hearts which enclose highly decorative initials: 
J A K  
An arrow runs downwards through the centre of the hearts, and there is a bow at the top of the arrow. At the top of the hearts are the words: 
Love & Union  
Around the base of the hearts is a semicircular line of printed text: 
James Keen Ann Sadler.  
The outermost ring of text reads: 
SACRED to FRIENDSHIP  THIS REMINDS ME of an ABSENT FRIEND 
Back
Head of a George III penny. 

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J P
Elisabeth Ratcliff
Front
Token engraved with nine lines of neat cursive text: 
[Farewell]  Elisabeth  [fair]well ( ) I shall  never see you  more ( ) Im goeing  to A far and distant  shore But if ever  I should return  again my 
Back
Token engraved with lines indicating water and two crossed hearts at the bottom of seven lines of neat cursive text: 
Native  land to see ( ) I  will enjoy my  relation dear and  shun Bad Compan[y]             [that]  E( ) listh ( ) Ratcliff  [J] P  

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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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E H Elliot
Front
Token engraved with nine lines of stippled text: 
EVery  NIght  Wh  en . I . go to m  y . bed . the tho  Ughts . Of . you  comes . IN MY  head . WhICh  robs . me  of 
Back
Token engraved with a stippled heart at the base, and stippled text: 
my  rest . aNd  sleeP . I . hOPe  you . will . thi  s . toKen . keeP  DEAR . AUNT  E.H . EllioT 

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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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E B
G M
Front
Token engraved with six lines of text, and a decorative leaf on either side of the bottom initials: 
WHEN  THIS YOU SE  THINK OF ME  TILL I GAIN  MY LIBERTY  E B 
Back
Token engraved with a top row of leaves, and a crossed heart at the base. In the centre is a set of initials divided by a simple star: 
G . M 

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James Blanch
Ann Harley
Front
Pierced and ornately engraved token with concentric rings of decoration (including an outer border of leaves) and text rendered in varying styles encircling two joined hearts, which enclose highly decorative initials: 
J A B  
An arrow runs downwards through the centre of the hearts, and there is a bow at the top of the arrow and two crossed arrows above the bow. At the top of the hearts are the words: 
Love & Union  
Around the base of the hearts is a semicircular line of printed text: 
James Blanch .  Ann Harley  
The outermost ring of text reads: 
SACRED to FRIENDSHIP 
Back
Pierced head of a George III penny. 

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W Barnett
Front
Token engraved with five lines of stippled cursive text and decorated at the base with a heart and leaves: 
W  Barnett  lagd for  seven years  aged 25 
Back
Token engraved with six lines of stippled cursive text: 
When  this you see  think of me  untill i  get my   liberty 

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Thomas King
Front
Token engraved with six lines of neat stippled cursive text decorated with swirls, leaves and circles: 
A  Token of Love  from Thomas King  to his  Affectionate  Mother 
Back
Token engraved with swirls, stars and a heart at the base with leaves on either side. Inside the heart is the word: 
love  
Above the heart are five lines of neat stippled cursive text: 
When  this you see re  member me un  till i get my   liberty 

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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. 

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Sarah
S B
Front
Token engraved with lines of stippled text, encircled by a border of stippled vine leaves and bunches of grapes: 
TIME MAY  PASS YEARS MAY  FLY. EVERY OAK DECAY  AND DIE. AND EVERY  JOYFUL DREAM MAY SET.  BUT YOU DEAR SARAH  I NEVER SHALL  FORGET 
Back
Token engraved with stippled concentric circles of text and design. The outer circle of text reads (from top right):  
THE ABSENT ARE TO MEMORY DEAR FORGET ME NOT  
There is a bracketed heart after the words ‘DEAR’ and ‘NOT’, and the inner circle is a leaf design. The innermost circle contains four lines of text: 
S.B  BORN  Jany 12th  1815