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London 17th century Token Bulwark Gate Tower Hill, Richard Goodwin the Lion

17th Century Token, London, Tower Hill, Bulwark Gate, Richard Goodwin at the Lion, Farthing, rampant lion, legend surrounding with lozenge stops and toothed outer border, initial mark mullet, RICHARD. GOODWIN. AT, rev. initials in two lines, lozenge stop either side of G / R.D, roped circle and legend surrounding, initial mark mullet, THE. BVLWARKE. GATE, weight 1.20g (B.W. 445). Toned very fine.

The Bulwark Gate was the entrance to the outermost enclosure approaching the Tower of London. It was constructed in the late 15th Century on what was then part of Stepney, but was demolished by 1668, with the shops and taverns on the outer Tower Hill side cleared by 1666 around the time of the Great Fire.

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