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DG12794

19th century silver token, Somerset, Bath four Shillings, 1811, Dore & Whitchurch

19th Century Token, struck in silver, Somerset, Bath, Four Shillings, 1811, the Arms of Bath with supporters, date below, clasped cuffed hands above, legend and toothed border surrounding, + FOUR SHILLINGS + below, BATH TOKEN above, rev. seven line inscription with knot below and beaded border surrounding, A / POUND NOTE / FOR 5 TOKENS / GIVEN BY / S. WHITCHURCH / AND / WM DORE, edge grained, weight 15.53g (Davis 10; Dalton 11; Withers 9-14). Toned good very fine.

Issued by Samuel Whitchurch of 26 Market Place, Bath an Ironmonger and William Dore of 24 Market Place a Hatter.

Provenance:

With old Seaby ticket from pre-decimal era probably 1950s and priced at 75 Shillings.

Ex Spink Numismatic Circular, August 2007, item TT3786.

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