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A couple of finds from today A 3d pub token of the Ducie Arms Longsmith Street Gloucester Frederick Pearce was the landlord from1870 to1879 and a gilded hunting button complete with tally ho a fox and the hunt's monogram The button makers are Firmin and Westall who made buttons between 1794 and1812 so quite an early one
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Both in decent nick, very nice. :thumbsup:
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Great condition on the token....seems to be quite a few found in your neck of the woods there :thumbsup:
Actually great little items that have a story to tell with family interests :clapping:
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Two nice finds.
Was 3d back then worth a pint or perhaps more ? Do like these specific self identifying items from our Social History.
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