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17th Century Southwark Token T. C. C. at the cockerel

17th Century Token, Southwark, T C C, Farthing, undated, cockerel, legend surrounding, *AT◊ THE◊ COCKE◊ IN, rev. .C. over T.C, beaded circles and legend surrounding, * SOVTHWARKE◊ GROCER, weight 0.85g (B.W.20). Toned very fine.

Thought to be from the Borough High Street area, though a "Broadside" (broad-sheet) dated 1723 advertises that a "Sarah Cardner the late wife of William Kellett, famous for curing all sorts of agues, still lives at the Cock, in the Mint, Southwarke" perhaps a descendent of T.C.C.

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