London tradesman's ticket for a public house, 1795

Made:
1795 in London

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Token, copper, 27mm diameter. London tradesman's ticket, 1975. (DH Mddx 390). Issuer Edward Neeton, 1795. Obverse A (Saracen’s?) head: ‘Edward Neeton. St Mary Le Bone’. Reverse A puncheon (barrel): ‘Wine rum and brandy vaults 1795’. Notes This appears to be a public house token. Nothing is known of Neeton although there was a public house with the sign of the ‘Brazen Head’ at 1, Upper St., Lisson Grove.

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Category:
Coins, Medals & Tokens
Object Number:
1977-381/25
type:
token, trade tokens, tokens, tradesmen's tickets ticket, token, tradesmen's tickets
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
  • exchange medium
credit:
Mr. J. Newmark.

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