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  1. That is fascinating. I have many tokens, given me as a boy, and now in retirement I have time to sort through them. Some are rather obscure. For example, a halfpenny token, 1791, with St Andrew and his cross on one face, and just a ship on the other, no inscription. Obviously Scottish, perhaps Edinburgh, or maybe Leith as that was the port for Edinburgh at the time. Perhaps I should be starting a new thread for a different coin?
  2. I have a coin, Victoria 1837, farthing size. Young head on one side, mounted horseman and dragon on the reverse with the words To Hanover. Is this a token?
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