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17th Century Tokens : Clonmel-Coleraine in Ireland

W Numbers refer to Williamson's  Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century in England, Wales and Ireland, (1891)

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W179: Ireland, Clonmel (Co Tipperary) (Uncertain): (1657)
O  1657
RICHARD HAMERTON 1657
R  R H
IN CLONMELL 1657 R H
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W180: Ireland, Clonmel (Co Tipperary) (Uncertain): (1664)
O  A bridge of five arches, on which is a stag pursued by a dog
RICHARD HAMERTON
R  A fish
OF CLONMELL 1664
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W182: Ireland, Clonmel (Co Tipperary) (Uncertain): (1657)
O  R H between two dotted circles
RICHARD HAMERTON R H
R  1657
OF CLONMELL 1657
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W184: Ireland, Clonmel (Co Tipperary) (Uncertain): (1663)
O  A harp
ANN HENBVRY
R  A H
IN CLONMELL 1663 A H
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W185: Ireland, Clonmel (Co Tipperary) (Uncertain): (1656)
O  A harp
WILLIAM HENBVRY OF
R  1656 / W H
CLONMELL 1656 / W H
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W188: Ireland, Coleraine (Co Londonderry) (Uncertain): (Date Unknown)
O  A pestle and mortar
THOMAS ADAMS IN
R  Arms of Coleraine in a shield
COLERAINE APOTHECARY
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W189: Ireland, Coleraine (Co Londonderry) (Uncertain): (Date Unknown)
O  [Unknown]
IOHN BROWNE MARCHT
R  [Unknown]
IN COLERAINE
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W193: Ireland, Coleraine (Co Londonderry) (Uncertain): (Date Unknown)
O  A bear passant
WIL ROSE OF COLRAINE
R  A rose on its stalk
EXCHANGE FOR A CAN
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The device of a rose refers to the issuer's name, the bear to the article "beer," for which the token was changeable. Another Boniface's double-entendre is on a Leeds taoken of Thomas Dawson
W195: Ireland, Coleraine (Co Londonderry) (Uncertain): (1576)
O  Arms, in shield 76
GILBERT WILLSON
R  A merchant mark between G W
OF COLERANE MART G W
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