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- A bronze George II halfpenny coin which has been polished on both sides in order to produce a love token; the reverse simply shows the name Jenny Davidson - the engraving is of a good standard, and the letters have been emphasised by the application of a white substance; the obverse has been polished and left blank, but the vague outline of George II remains.
- A bronze halfpenny coin which has been polished on both sides in order to produce a love token; on one side is engraved - within a ring of stamped circles - IS above the date 1794; on the other side is a half-finished version of roughly the same design, though here the date appears to be 1795; a hole has been punched towards the edge of the coin; the quality of engraving is poor.
- A bronze halfpenny (probably) coin which has been smoothed to make a love token; one side has the interlocked letters RR; the other side has the interlocked letters MB - both in an ornamental design.
- A bronze halfpenny coin which has been polished on both sides in order to produce a memento / love token; on one side is the name R. Ellis with the date Oct 26th 1782 (which was a Saturday), the other side is blank.