This interface is designed to help to identify tokens. Some series contain many very similar designs, e.g. Anglesey pennies and halfpennies, Warwickshire John Wilkinson series, Cheshire Macclessfield halfpennies, Cronebane halfpennies &c. Unexperienced collector is often having hard time finding his variety among pages and pages of quite similar tokens. I am trying to devise ways to speed the identification up. Some would say that digging the coin up in the catalogue is a priceless fun; of course sometimes it is, but not always. Fortunately you are not obliged to use this identification help.
|Macclesfield halfpennies 1790-1792|
obverse: Charles Roe
reverse: Female with mining tools
|Norwich 1792 loom halfpennies|
obverse: Norwich shield of arms
reverse: A man working in a loom
|Wicklow Cronebane 1789 halfpennies|
obverse: A bishop's head in profile, and a crosier tied with a bow of ribbon.
reverse: Shield of arms, crest a windlass
|Angusshire Montrose Lunatic Hospital halfpenny|
obverse: Duke of Montrose coat of arms
reverse: A building (Montrose Lunatic Hospital)