Trade token from 1658 help with a id please

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Another of today’s finds can’t seem to find any info on if anyone can help that would be great
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Edward Tanner - Kingswood farthing.

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Thanks A hopefully that’s kings wood in Gloucestershire as not far from where I live
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Thats in good nick for its age, and potentially local too...nice find :thumbsup:
I dont seem to find many tokens in my area, only really when i go visiting
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That's a rather nice token Ian, well found :thumbsup:

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Adore a trade token - well done :Star:
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I`m pretty sure I`ve only ever found One. It was as a " Her Penny " Token from Chester.
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Paint wrote: Sun Feb 21, 2021 6:35 pm Thanks A hopefully that’s kings wood in Gloucestershire as not far from where I live
Yes, Kingswood Gloucestershire .... on your door step

Confirmation here https://www.britishmuseum.org/collectio ... t/C_T-1244

A nice find and all the better with the local connection.

I have just had a look on Ancestry and "Edward Tanner" was a very popular name in Kingswood ! - probably a "family name" where the first son was consistently called Edward - so unable to give any more information.

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This is a useful resource for tokens

https://archive.org/stream/tradetokensi ... 0/mode/2up

Its broken down by county and some interesting comments about Gloucestershire (although it does not contain this one)
https://archive.org/stream/tradetokensi ... estershire

Here is another site for the county (again less yours)
http://www.britishfarthings.com/Tokens/ ... shire.html

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Saffron wrote: Mon Feb 22, 2021 8:33 pm Yes, Kingswood Gloucestershire .... on your door step

Confirmation here https://www.britishmuseum.org/collectio ... t/C_T-1244

A nice find and all the better with the local connection.

I have just had a look on Ancestry and "Edward Tanner" was a very popular name in Kingswood ! - probably a "family name" where the first son was consistently called Edward - so unable to give any more information.

Evan
Thanks for looking Evan did have a goggle myself but drew a blank :thumbdown:
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