English Sign Names From 17th Century Tradesman's Tokens

by Mari ingen Briain meic Donnchada (Kathleen M. O'Brien)

© 2007-2009 by Kathleen M. O'Brien. All rights reserved.
Version 1.0, updated 09 February 2009


Patterns Including: Color + the Name of an Item


Standard Modern Form Form on the Token Date Description of Obverse of Token Description of Reverse of Token Page Street Token Number
 
Blue Anchor
The Blue AnchorTHE BLEW ANCHORn.d. THOMAS WATTS, AT THE BLEW. An anchor. ANCHOR IN ST. IOHN STREET. In the field, HIS HALF PENY. 178ST. JOHN'S STREET1722
The Blue Anchor TavernTHE BLEW ANKER TAVERNn.d. THE BLEW ANKER TAVERN. An anchor. IN TOVLES STREETE. In the field, R. M. C. 220TOOLEY STREET2183
The Blue AnchorTHE BLEW ANKERn.d. THE BLEW ANKER. An anchor. AT THE TOWER DOCKE. In the field, T. D. K. 223TOWER DITCH2211
The Blue AnchorTHE BLEW ANKERn.d. AT THE BLEW ANKER. An anchor. IN WHIT CROSS STREET. In the field, W. A. 239WHITE-CROSS STREET2395
 
Golden Anchor
The Golden AnchorAT YE GOLDEN ANCHORn.d. THOMAS FITZHVGH, AT YE GOLDEN. A large 1D. ANCHOR IN GVTER LANE. An anchor. 98GUTTER LANE855
 
Golden Ball
Golden BallGOLDEN BALLn.d. GOLDEN BALL IN LONG. A ball suspended. LANE, MEALE SHOP. A ball suspended. 130LONG LANE, SMITHFIELD1221
The Golden BallTHE GOLDEN BALL1662 AT THE GOLDEN BALL. A ball. IN RATLIFFE, 1662. In the field, R. A. B. 167RATCLIFF1594
The Golden BallYE GOLDEN BALL1669 IOHN STATIONER YE GOLDEN. In the field, HIS HALFE PENY. I. G. S. 69. BALL NEAR STRAND BRIDGE. A ball suspended by a chain. 211STRAND BRIDGE2091
Golden BallGOLDEN BALn.d. WILL. YEELES AT GOLDEN. A ball or globe. BAL. IN THAMES STREET. In the field, W. Y. 216THAMES STREET2144
The Golden BallTHE GOLDEN BALL1669 THOMAS HARRIS AT THE. A ball between the letters T. E. H. GOLDEN BALL IN WAPPING. In the field, HIS HALFPENNY, 1669. 230WAPPING2284
 
Black Bell
The Black BellYE BLACK BELn.d. WILLIAM BOLTON AT YE BLACK BEL. A bell. IN PETTY COAT LANE, CHANDLR. In the field, HIS HALF PENNY. W. K. B. 156PETTICOAT LANE1479
The Black BellTHE BLACK BELL1652 AT THE BLACK BELL. A bell. IN THEMS STREETE. In the field, P. N. NVCE, 1652. 217THAMES STREET2153
 
Blue Bell
The Blue BellTHE BLEW BELLn.d. THE BLEW BELL WITHIN. A bell. ALLGATE MELL MAN. In the field, H. R. L. 20ALDGATE WITHIN50
The Blue BellTHE BLEW BELLn.d. AT THE BLEW BELL. A bell. WITHOUT ALLGATE. In the field, C. W. 22ALDGATE WITHOUT68
The Blue BellTHE BLEW BELL1650 AT THE BLEW BELL IN. A bell. THE OLD BALEY, 1650. In the field, T. K. F. 148OLD BAILEY1408
The Blue BellTHE BLEW BELLn.d. AT THE BLEW BELL. A bell. IN S. KATHERINS LANE. In the field, I. S. C. 180ST. KATHARINE'S1742
The Blue BellTHE BLEW BELL1649 AT THE BLEW BELL, IN. A bell. S. KETHERNS LANE, 1649. Three birds between R. T. 180ST. KATHARINE'S1752
 
Golden Bell
The Golden BellTHE GOVLDEN BELLn.d. AT THE GOVLDEN BELL. A bell. IN S. OLIVES STREET. In the field, I. E. V. 220TOOLEY STREET2188
 
Golden Cross
The Golden CrossTHE GOLDEN CROSn.d. F. W. AT THE GOLDEN CROS. A cross. IN CHANCERY LANE. In the field, F. A. W. 50CHANCERY LANE375
The Golden CrossTHE GOLDEN CROSS1649 AT THE GOLDEN CROSS. The royal arms on a cross. IN CORNHILL, 1649. In the field, R. V. R. 61CORNHILL488
 
Red Cross
The Red CrossYE RED CROSSn.d. IOHN MARTINE AT YE RED. In the field, HIS HALFEPENY. CROSS AT COW CROSE. In the field, a cross. 63COW CROSS505
The Red CrossTHE RED CROSS1658 AT THE RED CROSS. A cross. IN COW LANE, 58. In the field, T. A. T. 64COW LANE519
The Red CrossYE RED CROSS1667 RALPH MARKLAND AT YE RED. A ross. CROSS IN PETTICOAT LANE. In the field, HIS HALFPENY, 1667. 156PETTICOAT LANE1482
 
White Cross
The White CrossTHE WHIT CROSSn.d. AT THE WHIT CROSS. A cross. EASTSMITHFIELD. In the field, R. E. P. 75EAST SMITHFIELD630
The White CrossTHE WHITE CROSS1666 CLEMENT WILLCOCKS AT THE. A cross, extending to the inner circle, with C. E. W. and a cinquefoil in the quarters. WHITE CROSS IN FETTER LANE. In the field, HIS HAFE PENNY, 1666. 79FETTER LANE680
The White Cross TavernWHITE CROSS TAVERNn.d. WHITE CROSS TAVERN. In the field, T. I. S. WHITE CROSS STREET. In the field, I. F. 239WHITE-CROSS STREET2399
 
Green Cushion
The Green CushionTHE GREEN CVSHENn.d. AT THE GREEN CVSHEN. A cushion. WITHOVT TEMPLE BAR. In the field, R. M. C. 214TEMPLE-BAR WITHOUT2113
 
Golden Drum
The Golden DrumTHE GOVLDEN DRVMn.d. AT THE GOVLDEN DRVM. In the field, H. F. H. IN EAST SMITHFEILD. A drum. 74EAST SMITHFIELD626
 
Gilt Frying Pan
The Gilt Frying PanTHE GILT FRIIN PANn.d. AT THE GILT FRIIN PAN. A fryingpan. IN LEDEN HALL STREET. In the field, H. M. B. 121LEADENHALL STREET1127
 
Golden Globe
The Golden GlobeTHE GOVLDEN GLOBE1650 AT THE GOVLDEN GLOBE. A globe. IN LETLE BRETEN, 1650. In the field, W. E. I. 124LITTLE BRITAIN1162
 
White Hall
White HallWHIT HALLn.d. NICHOLAS SHERMAN WHIT. A building with a high roof and a gate. HALL IN PETTY FRANCE. In the field, W. M. S. 157PETTY FRANCE, WESTMINSTER1489
 
Golden Horseshoe
The Golden HorseshoeYE GOLDEN HORSHOOEn.d. IOHN SMALBON. AT YE GOLDEN. A horse-shoe. I. E. S. HORSHOOE IN SOVTHWARK. In the field, HIS HALF PENY. 202SOUTHWARK1988
 
Red House
The Red HouseTHE RED HOVSEn.d. RICH. SMITH AT THE RED. In the field, HIS HALF-PENY. HOVSE AT PORTERS KEY. A building with a cross at each gable. 160PORTER'S KEY1520
 
Golden Key
The Golden KeyTHE GOLDEN KEY1649 AT THE GOLDEN KEY. A key. IN SOVTHWARK. 1649. In the field, ... 205SOUTHWARK2025
The Golden KeyTHE GOLDEN KEYn.d. AT THE GOLDEN KEY. A key, ETC. IN SOVTHWARK. A coat of arms. 205SOUTHWARK2026
 
Golden Leg
The Golden LegYE GOLDEN LEGn.d. IOHN WOOD AT YE GOLDEN. In the field, I. W. LEG IN WHITE CHAPEL. A leg between E. W. 236WHITECHAPEL2369
 
Golden Lock
The Golden LockTHE GOVLDEN LOCKn.d. AT THE GOVLDEN LOCK. A door or gate-lock. WITHOVT TEMPLE BARR. In the field, I. E. M. 214TEMPLE-BAR WITHOUT2118
 
Golden Plow
The Golden PlowYE GOLDEN PLOWEn.d. AT YE GOLDEN PLOWE. A plough. IN NEWGAT MARKET. In the field, I. I. H. 142NEWGATE MARKET1350
 
Golden Still
The Golden StillYE GOLDEN STILLn.d. IOHN BEVRIDGE AT YE GOLDEN. A still. STILL IN LITTLE BRITTAIN. In the field, I. M. B., divided by flowers conjoined in a true-lover's knot. 123LITTLE BRITAIN1151
The Golden StillTHE GOLDEN STILLn.d. THOMAS HEWS AT THE. A still. GOLDEN STILL WAPIN. In the field, T. K. H. 230WAPPING2287
 
Golden Windmill
Golden WindmillGOLDEN WINDMILLn.d. GOLDEN WINDMILL. A windmill. IN HOSIER LAND. In the field, M. F. 111HOSIER LANE.1004


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