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- A bronze fourth issue George III (probably) halfpenny coin which has been smoothed to make a love token; the reverse has a good quality engraved floral bouquet; the obverse has an almost erased surface.
- A bronze 1764b Swedish 2 öre coin adapted to make a love token; the obverse has a crown above two arrows, the value (2 öre) and the mintmark S.M. - the details have been emphasised and an outer circle of round depressions has been stamped; the reverse has a stamped ornamental tree or shrub within a similar circle. This is a coin of King Adolph Frederick: the king died of digestion problems on 12 February 1771 after having consumed a meal consisting of lobster, caviar, sauerkraut, kippers and champagne, which was topped off with 14 servings of his favourite dessert: semla served in a bowl of hot milk. He is thus remembered by Swedish school children as "the king who ate himself
- A bronze 1797 George III 'cartwheel' penny coin which has been smoothed to make a love token; the obverse has engraved the letters 'JS to BC 1800' surrounded by a wreath; the reverse has the worn but otherwise unaltered image of Britannia.
- A bronze George III (probably) halfpenny coin which has been modified in order to produce a love token; on one side the cypher SB has been engraved; the other side has the cypher GN.