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Silver token.(obverse) An antique ship in a circle. The anchor almost touches the waves it sails on. The flag is severed from the portion attached to the mast.
(reverse) Four line inscription, the last line following the curve of the coin.
- Issued in: Newport
- (Europe,British Isles,England,Isle of Wight,Newport)
- English Token
- Weight: 4.498 grammes
Inscription ContentNEWPORT ISLE OF WIGHT / 1811
Inscription CommentThe date at the bottom reads anti-clockwise, the rest of the inscription at the top and sides reads clockwise.
Inscription ContentMAY PLENTY CROWN OUR HAPPY ISLE *
Inscription Positionreverse field
Inscription ContentONE / SHILLING / SILVER / TOKEN
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Object reference number: CJE20594
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