Thanksleadtokendavid wrote: ↑Mon Oct 19, 2020 10:47 pm That's big, cartwheel penny size. It has got to be about the same date, i.e. 1787-1820.
Item under the initials looks like a candlestick. Reverse possibly a shield but I'm not convinced. More like a grill/griddle for cooking on. I'm just guessing but candlestick and griddle says cooking and socialising, so maybe a pub token.
It's about 16/17mm, the scale is in mm, I'd cropped a bit too much out of the scale.