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: 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
 
Acorn
The AcornTHE ACORNEn.d. AT THE ACORNE IN. An acorn. BISHOP GATE STREETE. In the field, I. K. M. 33BISHOPSGATE STREET WITHIN193
The AcornTHE ACORNE1656 AT THE ACORNE IN. An acorn. LONG LANE, 1656. In the field, I. S. S. 130LONG LANE, SMITHFIELD1220
AcornACORNn.d. HEN. LACKE, ACORN. An acorn. IN PANYER ALLEY. In the field, H. L. 152PANYER ALLEY1450
AcornAKORNEn.d. HEN. LACKE, AKORNE. An acorn. IN PANYER ALLEY. In the field, H. L. 152PANYER ALLEY1451
 
Anchor
The AnchorYE ANKERn.d. THOMAS MARTIN AT YE. In the field, HIS HALFPENY. ANKER IN LIMHOVSE. In the field, an anchor. 123LIMEHOUSE1146
The AnchorTHE ANCKERn.d. AT THE ANCKER. An anchor. IN THE STRAND. In the field, T. E. E. 210STRAND2085
 
Angel
The AngelTHE ANGELLn.d. AT THE ANGELL IN. In angel holding a scroll. BILETER LANE. In the field, G. H. H. 31BILLITER LANE167
The AngelTHE ANGELLn.d. ROBERT DELVKE AT THE. An angel holding a scroll. ANGELL IN DRVRY LANE. A similar type. 70DRURY LANE571
The Angel TavernTHE ANGELL TAVERNn.d. THE ANGELL TAVERN. An angel holding a scroll. IN FAN CHVRCH .... In the field, W. B. 77FENCHURCH STREET662
The AngelYE ANGELL1667 STEPHEN TAGG AT YE ANGELL. An angel. IN MERCER STREET, 1667. In the field, HIS HALFPENNY. 134MERCER STREET1261
The AngelYE ANGEL1657 YE ANGEL, BACK SIDE. An angel. OF ST. CLEMENTS, 57. In the field, T. S. 173ST. CLEMENT'S1665
The AngelTHE ANGELLn.d. AT THE ANGELL. An angel holding a scroll. IN THE STRAND. In the field, I. E. C. 210STRAND2081
The Angel TavernTHE ANGEL TAVERNE1649 AT THE ANGEL TAVERNE. An angel holding a scroll. AT TOWER HILL, 1649. In the field, T. D. W. 224TOWER HILL2226
The Angel TavernTHE ANGEL TAVERNEn.d. AT THE ANGEL TAVERNE. An angel. AT TOWER HILL. In the field, T. D. W. 224TOWER HILL2227
 
Axe
The AxeTHE AXE1653 AT THE AXE IN. An axe. THE STRAND, 1653. In the field, I. D. 210STRAND2083
 
Bag of Nails
The Bag of NailsYE BAG OF NAILS1663 Henry Hurdam in Tuttle Street, Westminster. In five lines across the field. AT YE BAG OF NAILS, HIS HALF PENY. In the field, a bag of nails, on which is a crowned hammer, between the letters H. E. H. and 1663. 221TOTHILL STREET2198
The Bag of NailsAT YE BAG OF NAILS1669 SAM. HINCKS AT YE BAG OF. A bag, with nails protruding. NAILS IN WHITECHAPELL. In the field, HIS HALFE PENY. 1669 236WHITECHAPEL2363
 
Ball
The BallTHE BALL1657 AT THE BALL IN. A ball. GOLDIN LANE, 1657. In the field, D. C. and W. B. 91GOLDEN LANE786
The BallYE BALL1657 AT YE BALL IN KING. A ball suspended between the numerals, 57. KINGS STREET, WESTMINSTER. In the field, R. K. B. 118KING STREET, WESTMINSTER1081
The BallYE BALL1657 THO. PVLTENEY AT YE. A ball. BALL ON SNOW HILL, 57. In the field, T. M. P. 197SNOW HILL1925
 
Bell
The Bell TavernTHE BELL TAVERNE1657 THE BELL TAVERNE IN. A bell. DISTAFE LANE, 1657. In the field, R. A. T. 68DISTAFF LANE558
The Bell TavernTHE BELL TAVERNn.d. THE BELL TAVERN IN. A bell. KINGS STRET, WESTMINS. In the field, C. M. D. [See Note 1082] 118KING STREET, WESTMINSTER1082
The BellTHE BELL1657 THE BELL AT LONDON. A bell. WALL VINTNER, 1657. In the field, T. A. S. 127LONDON WALL1188
The BellTHE BELL1667 EDWARD BATT, AT THE BELL. A bell and 1667. IN S. MARY NEWINGTON BVTTS. In the field, HIS HALF PENNY, E. A. B. 143NEWINGTON BUTTS1360
The Bell BrewhouseYE BELL BREWHOVS1669 ABRAHAM CHITTY AT YE BELL. In the field, HIS HALFEPENY, 1669. BREWHOVS NEAR PAVLES WHARFE. A bell between two cinquefoils. (Octagonal.) 154PAUL'S WHARF1465
The BellYE BELn.d. THOMAS WHILDALE AT YE BEL. A bell. IN MICHAELL QVEENE HITH. In the field, T. M. W. 164QUEENHITHE1559
The Bell InnTHE BEL INNn.d. WILLIAM NVNN AT THE BEL. A bell. INN NEAR RATCLIFF CROSS. In the field, HIS HALFPENNY. W. A. N. 166RATCLIFF1582
The BellTHE BELn.d. AT THE BEL IN. A bell. S. NICOLAS LANE. In the field, I. K. B. 184ST. NICHOLAS LANE1787
 
Bible
The BibleTHE BIBLE166? AT THE BIBLE, 166... A bible with clasps. IN CHANCERY LANE. In the field, R. P. 50CHANCERY LANE372
 
Broad Arrow
The Broad ArrowYE BROADE ARROWn.d. AT YE BROADE ARROW. A cross-bow arrow. IN GRVB STREETE. In the field, R. P. 97GRUB STREET849
 
Bunch of Grapes
The Bunch of GrapesYE BVNCH GRAPES1669 THOMAS MAY AT YE BVNCH. A bunch of grapes. GRAPES IN REDERIF .... 1669. In the field, HIS HALFEPENY, T. E. M. 170ROTHERHITHE or REDRIFF1632
 
Cardinal's Cap
The Cardinal's Cap TavernTHE CARDINALLS CAPP TAVERNn.d. THE CARDINALLS CAPP. A cardinal's cap. TAVERN IN LOMBARD STREE. In the field, I. M. S. 126LOMBARD STREET1176
 
Castle
The CastleYE CASTLEn.d. THO. STONE AT YE CASTLE. A castle. IN ALDERSGATE STREET. In the field, T. S. 19ALDERSGATE STREET24
The Castle TavernTHE CASTEL TAVERNn.d. THE CASTEL TAVERN. A castle. IN CORNE HILL. In the field, T. H. 61CORNHILL486
The Castle TavernTHE CASTLE TAVERN1651 AT THE CASTLE TAVERN. A castle. IN CORNHILL, 1651. In the field, A. F. & T. H. 61CORNHILL487
The Castle TavernTHE CASTLE TAVERNn.d. AT THE CASTLE TAVERN. A Castle. AT FLEET CONDVIT. In the field, D. S. G. 81FLEET CONDUIT701
The Castle TavernTHE C. TAVERNEn.d. THE C. TAVERNE. A castle. IN GRAYESIN LANE. In the field, T. M. H. 94GRAY'S INN LANE826
The Castle TavernTHE CASTELL TAVERNn.d. THE CASTELL TAVERN. A castle. IN PATER NOSTER ROE. In the field, I. D. B. 153PATERNOSTER ROW1460
The Castle TavernTHE CASTEL TAVERNn.d. THE CASTEL TAVERN. A castle. AT THE POSTTORN GATE. In the field, W. M. 161POSTERN GATE1528
The Castle TavernTHE CASTELL TAVERNn.d. THE CASTELL TAVERN. A castle. ST. CLEMENT DAINES.... In the field, I. P. 173ST. CLEMENT'S1661
The Castle TavernTHE CASTLE TAVERNn.d. THE CASTLE TAVERN IN. A castle. S. CLEMENT CHVRCH YARD. In the field, I. A. P. 173ST. CLEMENT'S1662
The Castle TavernTHE CASTLE TAVERNn.d. THE CASTLE TAVERN IN. A castle. S. CLEMENT CHVRCH YARD. In the field, I. I. P. 173ST. CLEMENT'S1663
The Castle TavernTHE CASTELL TAVERNEn.d. THE CASTELL TAVERNE. In the centre, a castle. IN S. CLMENT (sic) DAINES. In the centre, I. P. 173ST. CLEMENT'S1664
The Castle TavernTHE CASTELL TAVERN1656 THE CASTELL TAVERN. A castle. IN WOD STREETE 1655. In the field, R. M. A. [See Note 2442.] 243WOOD STREET2442
 
Catherine Wheel
The Catherine WheelTHE CATORN WHEELn.d. THO. ALDRIDGE AT THE CATORN. A Katherine wheel. WHEEL IN WEST SMITHFEILD. In the field, HIS HALFE PENNY, I. M. A. 193SMITHFIELD1880
The Catherine WheelTHE KATTERN WHILn.d. AT THE KATTERN WHIL. A Catherine-wheel. IN WINFORD STREET. In the field, L. T. D. 242WINFORD STREET2424
 
Checker
The CheckerTHE CHECKER1651 AT THE CHECKER IN. A checquered square. SOVTHWARK. 1651. In the field, I. I. R. 205SOUTHWARK2018
 
Child's Coat
The Child's CoatTHE CHILDS COATEn.d. AT THE CHILDS COATE. A child's robe. IN WHIT CROS STRET. In the field, I. S. S. 239WHITE-CROSS STREET2398
 
Crown
The CrownTHE CROWNEn.d. AT THE CROWNE. An arched crown. IN CHANCEREY LANE. In the field, I. E. C. 48CHANCERY LANE366
The CrownTHE CROWNn.d. IAMES WATKINS AT THE. An arched crown. CROWN IN COW CROSS. In the field, I. I. W. 63COW CROSS506
The CrownYE CROWN1666 EDWARD SHRAWLEY, AT YE CROWN. An arched crown. IN CREECHVRCH LANE, 66. In the field, HIS HALF PENY, E. I. S. 64CREE CHURCH LANE523
The CrownTHE CROWN1669 EDWARD SHRAWLEY, AT THE CROWN. An arched crown. IN CREECHVRCH LANE, 1669. In the field, HIS 1D, E. I. S. 65CREE CHURCH LANE524
The CrownTHE CROWNEn.d. AT THE CROWNE IN. An arched crown. THE GREAT OVLD BALEY. In the field, R. M. S. 148OLD BAILEY1411
The Crown TavernTHE CROVN TAVERNn.d. AT THE CROVN TAVERN. An arched crown. IN WESTSMITHFEILD. In the field, I. A. G. 195SMITHFIELD1906
The CrownTHE CROWNE1668 IOHN WESTIMAN AT THE. An arched crown. CROWNE ON SNOWHILL. In the field, HIS HALFPENY, 1668. 197SNOW HILL1926
The CrownTHE CROWN1657 IOHN FOX AT THE CROWN. An arched crown. IN SOVTHWARK. 1657. A fox. 200SOUTHWARK1959
The CrownTHE CROWNEn.d. AT THE CROWNE. A crown. WITHOVT TEMPLE BARR. 214TEMPLE-BAR WITHOUT2123
The CrownTHE CROWNEn.d. MATHEW GEORGE AT THE. An arched crown. CROWNE IN WARWICK LANE. In the field, HIS HALFE PENNY. 232WARWICK LANE2322
The CrownYE CROWNE1657 AT YE CROWNE IN. An arched crown. WARWICK LANE, 1657. In the field, T. M. C. 233WARWICK LANE2324
The CrownTHE CROWNE1651 THE CROWNE IN TVTTLE. An arched crown. STREETE WESTMIN.... 1651. In the field, R. A. F. 234WESTMINSTER2337
 
Dagger
The DaggerTHE DAGGERn.d. THE DAGGER IN NE.....S. A dagger. MARTINS ALDERGATE. In the field, I. S. P. 20ALDERSGATE STREET39
The DaggerTHE DAGGERn.d. WILLIAM WADE AT THE. A dagger. DAGGER IN FOSTER LANE. In the field, W. M. W., divided by two flowers. 87FOSTER LANE751
The DaggerTHE DAGERn.d. AT THE DAGER IN. A dagger. PEETER STREETE. In the field, G. M. R. 156PETER STREET1476
 
Death's Head
The Death's HeadTHE DEATHES HEAD1652 AT THE DEATHES HEAD. A skull. IN DISTAF LANE, 1652. In the field, R. D. M. 68DISTAFF LANE557
 
Drum
The DrumYE DRVMn.d. IOHN ROBERTS AT YE DRVM. A drum. IN CLERKENWELL GREENE. In the field, HIS HALFE PENNY.... 58CLERKENWELL GREEN453
 
Feathers
The FeathersTHE FEATHERSn.d. ROBERT HOLMES AT THE. The Prince of Wales's coronet and feathers. FEATHERS IN HOLBORN. In the field, HIS HALFE PENY. 104HOLBORN920
The FeathersTHE FETHARSn.d. ROBERT HOLMES AT THE. The Prince of Wales's feathers. FETHARS IN HOLBORN. In the field, HIS HALF PENY. [See Note 921] 104HOLBORN921
The FeathersYE FEATHERS1668 THOMAS GVY AT YE FEATHERS. The Prince of Wales' coronet and feathers. AT PVDLE WHARFE, 1668. In the field, HIS HALFE PENY. T. A. G. 163PUDDLE DOCK1543
The Feathers TavernTHE FEATHERS TAVERN1650 THE FEATHERS TAVERN. The Prince of Wales' feathers. IN CHEAP SIDE, 1650. In the field. T. E. C. 53CHEAPSIDE411
Feathers TavernFEATHERS TAVERNEn.d. FEATHERS TAVERNE. A plume of three feathers. WEST END ST. PAVLS. In the field, I. S. B. 185ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD1800
The Plume of Feathers (?)THE PLUM. OF FETHERSn.d. THE PLUM. OF FETHERS. The Prince of Wales' coronet and feathers. AT KATRINS STEARS. In the field, E. A. N. 180ST. KATHARINE'S1749
 
Fleur-de-lis
The Fleur-de-lisYE FLOWER DE LVCE1657 AT YE FLOWER DE LVCE. A fleur-de-lis and S. R. IN BVCLERSBVRY, 57. A shield of arms. [See Note 316] 43BUCKLERSBURY316
The Fleur-de-lisTHE FLOWER DE LVCEn.d. ANN HEATH, in the centre. Around, IN FENCHVRCH STREET. AT THE FLOWER DE LVCE. A fleur de lis. 77FENCHURCH STREET653
The Fleur-de-lisTHE FLOWER DE LVC1653 AT THE FLOWER DE LVC. Three fleurs de lis. IN MORE LANE, 1653. In the field, P. M. C. 139MOOR LANE1326
The Fleur-de-lisTHE FLOVR DE LVSn.d. THE FLOVR DE LVS. A fleur-de-lis. AT WAPING DOKE. In the field, I. I. G. 232WAPPING2314
 
Flower Pot
The Flower PotTHE FLOWER POTn.d. THE FLOWER POT WITH. A vase full of flowers. IN BISHIPSGATE. In the field, L. M. T. 33BISHOPSGATE STREET WITHIN196
 
Fountain
The FountainTHE FOVNTAINEn.d. ROB. WALLEY BREWER AT THE. A fountain, between R. S. W. FOVNTAINE IN SPITLEFEILDS. In the field, HIS HALFEPENNY. 206SPITALFIELDS2033
The Fountain TavernTHE FOVNTAIN TAVERNn.d. THE FOVNTAIN TAVERN. A fountain. IN FANCHVRCH STREET. In the field, W. A. K. 78FENCHURCH STREET666
The Fountain TavernYE FOVNT A TAVERNEn.d. BENIAMIN ASH, AT YE FOVNT A. A fountain springing from a human figure seated. TAVERNE IN HIGH HOLBORN. In the field, HIS HALFE PENNY, B. A. 102HOLBORN887
The Fountain TavernTHE FOVNTAINE TAVERNn.d. THE FOVNTAINE TAVERN. A fountain. WITHOVT NEW GATE. In the field, W. M. R. 143NEWGATE WITHOUT1356
The Fountain TavernTHE FOVNTAIN TAVERNn.d. GEORGE FOSSON AT THE. A fountain. FOVNTAIN TAVERN AT SNOW HILL. In the field, HIS HALFEPENY. 197SNOW HILL1922
 
Frying Pan
The Frying PanTHE FR...ING PANn.d. AT THE FR...ING PAN. A frying-pan. IN DEADMANS PLAC... In the field, A. R. T. 67DEADMAN'S PLACE551
The Frying PanYE FRYINGPANn.d. ABRAHAM IOHNSON AT YE. A fryingpan. FRYINGPAN IN GRVBB STREET. In the field, A. B. I. 97GRUB STREET846
The Frying PanYE FRYING PAN1667 SAMVELL WING AT YE FRYING. A fryingpan. PAN IN NEW CHEAPE SIDE, 67. In the field, HIS HALFPENY. 140NEW CHEAPSIDE1332
The Frying PanTHE FRIEN PANn.d. THE FRIEN PAN IN BEL. A fryingpan. YARD BY POWLS WHARF. In the field, D. I. T. 155PAUL'S WHARF1467
 
Galley
GalleyGALLEYn.d. GALLEY. A galley or felucca. RATCLIFFE CROSSE. In the field, T. M. W. 167RATCLIFF1600
 
Gate
The GateTHE GATEn.d. AT THE GATE. A gate. IN SHANDOS STREET. In the field, I. D. K. 50CHANDOS STREET377
 
Globe
The Globe TavernTHE GLOBE TAVERNn.d. ANTHONY BVGGIN AT THE. In the field, A. M. B. GLOBE TAVERN IN HOLBVRN. A globe. 103HOLBORN900
The Globe TavernTHE GLOBE TAVERNn.d. AT THE GLOBE TAVERN. A globe. IN HOLBORNE. In the field, E. S. H. 108HOLBORN970
The GlobeTHE GLOBEn.d. AT THE GLOBE IN. A terrestrial globe. LITTLE EAST CHEAPE. In the field, I. A. R. 125LITTLE EASTCHEAP1166
The Globe TavernYE GLOBE TAVERN1667 WILL. EDMONDS AT YE GLOBE. A terrestrial globe. TAVERN IN LONGE AKER, 67. In the field, HIS HALFE PENNY. 128LONG ACRE1196
The GlobeTHE GLOBEn.d. THO. HEATH AT THE GLOBE WTH. A globe on a stand. IN LVDGATE, HIS HALF PENY. In the field, T. E. H. 131LUDGATE WITHIN1235
The GlobeTHE GLOVBn.d. WILLIAM FROST AT THE. In the field, W. F. 1D. GLOVB IN WALLBROOCK. A globe. 228WALBROOK2265
 
Gridiron
The GridironTHE GRIDE IRONn.d. AT THE GRIDE IRON. A gridiron. WITHOVT BISHOP GATE. In the field, H. M. I. 36BISHOPSGATE WITHOUT240
 
Gun
The GunTHE GVNE1659 AT THE GVNE, 1659. A piece of ordnance. WITHOVT ALGATE. In the field, W. A. D. 21ALDGATE WITHOUT67
The GunTHE GVNNn.d. AT THE GVNN IN. A cannon mounted on a carriage. RATLIFE HIGH WAY. In the field, W. A. T. 167RATCLIFF1598
 
Half Moon
The Half MoonTHE HALFE MOONn.d. AT THE HALFE MOON. A crescent. AT RAPHS KEY THAM. STR. In the field, T. I. H. 165RALPH'S KEY1567
The Half-MoonTHE HALFE MOONEn.d. THE HALFE MOONE, BREW. A crescent. HOVS WITHOVT B. GATE. In the field, G. I. O. 36BISHOPSGATE WITHOUT242
The Half-moon TavernYE HALFE MOONE TAVERNn.d. AT YE HALFE MOONE. A half-moon with a bunch of grapes within the horns. TAVERN IN YE STRAND. In the field, I. K. D. 210STRAND2084
 
Harp
The HarpTHE HARPn.d. RIC. HARPER AT THE HARP. A harp. IN WESTSMITHFEILDE. In the field, R. A. H. 194SMITHFIELD1889
The Sign of the HarpTHE SENE OF THE HARPn.d. AT THE SENE OF THE. A harp. HARP AT CHEREN CROS. In the field, S. C. 51CHARING CROSS385
 
Harrow
The Harrowthe Harrown.d. Benjamin Antrobus, at. Below, a harrow. At the Harrow, without Bishopsgate. 33BISHOPSGATE WITHOUT196
The HarrowYE HARROW1667 IOHN BVSH AT YE HARROW. A harrow. IN CHARTER HOVSE LANE. In the field, HIS HALFE PENY, 67. 51CHARTER HOUSE LANE389
The HarrowTHE HARROWn.d. MATTHEW TVNSTALL AT THE. A harrow. HARROW ONE (sic) ST. BENETS HILL. In the field. 1D. 172ST. BENET'S HILL1651
The HarrowTHE HAROWn.d. THE HAROW IN S. MARTINS. A harrow. WITHIN ALDERSGATE. In the field, T. A. T. 182ST. MARTIN'S LE GRAND1768
The HarrowTHE HARROWn.d. AT THE HARROW. A harrow. IN SVTHWORKE. In the field, T. S. H. 204SOUTHWARK2014
 
Hatchet
The HatchetTHE HATCHYTn.d. AT THE HATCHYT IN. A hatchet. FANCHVRCH STREETE. In the field, G. A. A. 77FENCHURCH STREET661
 
Horns
The HornsTHE HORNSn.d. AT THE HORNS. A pair of antlers. CHANCERY LANE. In the field, I. E. C. 48CHANCERY LANE367
The HornsYE HORNES.n.d. WILL. HORNE AT YE HOR. A pair of antlers. NES, ST. GILES FEILDS. In the field, W. H. H. 174ST. GILES'S1674
The Hart's HornsTHE HARTS HORNESn.d. AT THE HARTS HORNES. In the field, H. N. IN GREAT EASTCHEAP. A pair of antlers. 95GREAT EASTCHEAP831
 
Horseshoe
The HorseshoeYE HORSE SHOEn.d. AT YE HORSE SHOE. A horse shoe. WITHIN ALGATE. In the field, T. E. W. 20ALDGATE WITHIN52
The HorseshoeTHE HORS SHOOn.d. AT THE HORS SHOO, IN. A tallow chandler dipping candles. TALLOW CHAND., BOW LANE, D. I. C. 40BOW LANE279
The HorseshoeTHE HORSE SHOOEn.d. AT THE HORSE SHOOE. A horse-shoe. IN EAST SMITHFEILD. In the field, S. P. M. 74EAST SMITHFIELD627
The HorseshoeTHE HORS SHOOn.d. AT THE HORS SHOO. A horse-shoe. IN MOUNTAGY CLOSE. In the field, D. E. C. 138MOUNTAGUE CLOSE1308
The HorseshoeTHE HORSE SHOOEn.d. AT THE HORSE SHOOE. A horse-shoe. IN MOVNTAGVE CLOSE. In the field, R. I. K. 138MOUNTAGUE CLOSE1310
The HorseshoeTHE HORES SHOWn.d. AT THE HORES SHOW (sic.) A horse-shoe. TVTILL STREET WESTMIN. W. E. A. 222TOTHILL STREET2201
The HorseshoeTHE HORSHOW1658 AT THE HORSHOW. A horse-shoe TOWER STRETE, 1658. In the field, E. M. M. 223TOWER DITCH2212
 
Last (i.e. a Boot-last)
The LastTHE LAST1668 EDWARD CHEVALL AT THE. A last. LAST, IN DVKES PLACE, 1668. In the field, HIS 1D. between two large rosettes. 72DUKE'S PLACE599
The Sign of the (Boot)LastTHE SIGNE OF THE LASTn.d. AT THE SIGNE OF THE. A boot-last. LAST AT COWE CROSSE. In the field, T. I. M. 63COW CROSS511
 
Leg
The LegTHE LEGGn.d. TO. STONE AT THE. A human leg. LEGG, IN PALACE YARD. In the field, T. P. S. 144NEW PALACE YARD1365
 
Maypole
The MaypoleYE MAYPOLEn.d. IOHN DOLLEN POVLTER BY. A bell with the maypole through it. YE MAYPOLE IN YE STRAND. In the field, HIS HALF PENY I. D. D. 208STRAND2053
 
Mitre
The MitreTHE MITRn.d. AT THE MITR IN CHEAP. A mitre. SIDE. FORGET NOT. In the field, T. D. 53CHEAPSIDE413
The MitreTHE MITREn.d. AT THE MITRE IN. A mitre. FENCHVRCH STREETE. In the field, D. M. R. [See Note 668] 78FENCHURCH STREET668
The MitreTHE MITREn.d. WILLIAM PAGET AT THE. A mitre. MITRE IN FLEET STREET. In the field, W. E. P. [See Note 722] 83FLEET STREET722
The MitreTHE MITERn.d. THE MITER IN. A mitre. NEW FISH STREET. In the field, W. A. H. 141NEW FISH STREET1340
The Mitre TavernTHE MITRE TAVERNEn.d. AT THE MITRE TAVERNE. A mitre. IN GREAT WOOD STREET. In the field. 243WOOD STREET2446
 
Mouth
The Mouth TavernTHE MOVTH TAVERNn.d. AT THE MOVTH TAVERN. A human head with a huge mouth. WITHOVT BISHOP GATE. In the field, R. K. S. 37BISHOPSGATE WITHOUT246
 
Pageant
The Pageant TavernTHE PAGEANT TAVERNEn.d. A triumphal arch, with three gates, within a garland. THE PAGEANT TAVERNE AT CHARING CROSSE. I. W. within a garland. [See Note 386.] 51CHARING CROSS386
 
Peel
The PeelYE PEALE1668 IOHN ALDER AT YE PEALE. A baker's peel between 1668. IN LEADENHALL STREET. In the field, HIS HALF PENY, I. A. A. 120LEADENHALL STREET1101
 
Pinn[ace?]
The Pinn[ace?]THE PINNEn.d. RICH. SEWELL AT THE. A ship. PINNE IN THEMES STREET. In the field, R. S. S. (Mr. Nightingale.) [See Note 2140.] 216THAMES STREET2140
 
Plow
The PlowTHE PLOWn.d. IAMES REDDALL AT. A plough. THE PLOW IN BEDLAM. In the field, I. S. R. 29BETHLEM157
The PlowTHE PLOVGHn.d. AT THE PLOVGH. A plough. IN CHESEL STREET. In the field, I. F. T. 56CHISWELL STREET434
The PlowTHE PLOWn.d. AT THE PLOW. A plough. IN COW LANE. In the field, C. A. T. 64COW LANE518
The PlowTHE PLOVGHn.d. HENRY YEO. HIS HALFE PENNY. Three halters (?). AT THE PLOVGH, IN FLEET LANE. A plough. 81FLEET LANE705
The PlowTHE PLOWn.d. AT THE PLOW IN. A plough. NORTON FOLGATE. In the field, G. A. B. 146NORTON FOLGATE1390
The PlowTHE PLOWn.d. IOHN VERE AT THE. A plough. PLOW IN THE OLD BAYLY. In the field, I. B. V. 147OLD BAILEY1401
The PlowTHE PLOWn.d. WILLIAM HOLMES AT THE. A plough. PLOW IN SOPER LANE. In the field, W. A. H. 164QUEEN STREET1564
The PlowTHE PLOWEn.d. AT THE PLOWE IN. A plough. RATLIF HYE WHAY. In the field, W. M. E. 167RATCLIFF1596
The PlowTHE PLOW1651 AT THE PLOW ON. A plough. WAPIN WALL 1651. In the field, NM. A. S. 232WAPPING2318
 
Portcullis
The PortcullisTHE PERCVLISn.d. THE PERCVLIS (sic) IN BELL. A Portcullis. YARD NERE TEMPLE BAR. In the field, W. L. R. 29BELL YARD, TEMPLE BAR147
 
Pump
The PumpTHE PVMPn.d. RICHARD LVKEY AT THE. A pump, with a hand issuing from a cloud, grasping the handle. PVMP IN CHICK LANE. In the field, HIS HALFEPENNY. R. M. L. 55CHICK LANE424
The PumpTHE PVMPn.d. THE PVMP RVNS CLEER WIH ALE AND BEER. A pump. IOHN COX. IN CHVRCHED (sic) ALLY. IN SOVTHARK (sic) HIS HALF PENY. 56CHURCH-YARD ALLEY438
 
Purse
The PurseYE PVRSE1669 FREEMAN FANN AT YE PVRSE. A purse. IN WEST SMITHFEILD. In the field, HIS HALF PENY, 1669. 194SMITHFIELD1886
 
Rainbow
The RainbowTHE RAINE BOWEn.d. AT THE RAINE BOWE. A rainbow. WITHOVT BISHOP. GATE. In the field, E. G. R. 37BISHOPSGATE WITHOUT243
The Rainbow 1666 IAMES FARR, 1666. A rainbow. IN FLEET STREET. In the centre, HIS HALF PENY. [See Note 711] 82FLEET STREET711
 
Roles
The Roles TavernYE ROLES TAVERN1667 RALPH MASSIE AT YE ROLES. Three rolls of paper or parchment. TAVERN IN CHANCERY LANE. In the field, HIS HALFE PENY, 1667. 48CHANCERY LANE361
 
Rose
The Rose TavernTHE ROSE TAVERNn.d. AT THE ROSE TAVERN. In the centre, a full-blown rose. IN COVEN GARDEN. In the centre, the letters, W. M. L. [See Note 498] 62COVENT GARDEN498
The Rose TavernYE ROSE TAVERNn.d. AT YE ROSE TAVERN IN. A rose on its stalk. CVSSITERS ALLEY. In the field, I. E. S. 67CURSITOR'S ALLEY545
The RoseYE ROSE1668 MATHEW SORE, AT YE ROSE. A rose full blown. AT FLEET BRIDGE, 1668. In the field, HIS HALFE PENNY, M. S. S. 80FLEET BRIDGE694
The Rose TavernTHE ROSE TAVERN1649 THE ROSE TAVERN. A rose full blown. AT FLEETE BRIDG, 49. In the field, W. O. B. 80FLEET BRIDGE697
The Rose TavernYE ROSE TAVERNn.d. AT YE ROSE TAVERN. In the field, E. A. S. IN NEWGATE MARKETT. A rose. 142NEWGATE MARKET1351
The RoseTHE ROSEn.d. AT THE ROSE. In the field, I. C. IN LITLE OVLD BAYLEY. A full-blown rose. 147OLD BAILEY1406
The Rose TavernTHE ROSE TAVERNn.d. AT THE ROSE TAVERN. A full-blown rose. IN THE POVLTREY. In the field, T. E. D. 161POULTRY1533
The RoseTHE ROSE1652 THE ROSE AT QVEENE. A full-blown rose. HIVE. (sic) GATE, 1652. In the field, D. M. G. 164QUEENHITHE1560
The Rose InnTHE ROSE INNn.d. ATT THE ROSE INN IN. In the field, B. F. M. WESTSMITHFEILD. A rose. 195SMITHFIELD1908
The Rose TavernTHE ROSE TAVERNn.d. THE ROSE TAVERN. A full-blown rose. WITHOVT TEMPLE BARR. In the field, R. E. H. 214TEMPLE-BAR WITHOUT2114
The Rose TavernYE ROSE TAVERNn.d. YE ROSE TAVERN. In the field, T. M. M. IN WESTMINSTER. A rose. 234WESTMINSTER2340
The RoseTHE ROSEn.d. IOHN HARIS AT THE ROSE. A full-blown rose. IN WHIT CHAPPELL. In the field, I. A. H. 236WHITECHAPEL2362
The RoseTHE ROSEn.d. AT THE ROSE. A rose full-blown. IN WOOD STREET. In the field, R. R. M. 243WOOD STREET2445
 
Sheaf
The Oat SheafTHE OATE SHEAFn.d. THE OATE SHEAF IN CREE. A sheaf. CHVRCH LANE, CHANDLER. In the field, R. M. B. 1/2 65CREE CHURCH LANE525
The Wheat SheafTHE WHEAT SHEAFEn.d. AT THE WHEAT SHEAFE. A wheat sheaf. IN FANCHVRCH STREETE. In the field, I. A. G. 78FENCHURCH STREET665
The Wheat SheafYE WHEAT SHEAFE1669 SARA. HEYWOOD AT YE WHEAT. A bird perched on a sheaf of corn. SHEAFE IN REDERIFE. In the field, HER HALFPENY, 1669. 170ROTHERHITHE or REDRIFF1629
The Wheat SheafTHE WHEAT SHEIFEn.d. AT THE WHEAT SHEIFE. In the field, E. E. H. IN SAINT GILESES. A wheatsheaf. 175ST. GILES'S1685
The Wheat SheafTHE WHEAT SHEAFn.d. AT THE WHEAT SHEAF. A sheaf of corn. IN TVTTIL STREET. In the field, M. C. 222TOTHILL STREET2202
 
Shears
The ShearsTHE SHEERS1664 AT THE SHEERS. A pair of shears. IN HOVNSDICH, 1664. In the field, W. M. T. 112HOUNDSDITCH1023
The ShearsTHE SHEARSn.d. NEAR THE SHEARS. A pair of shears. IN PETTICOTE LANE. In the field, S. A. H. 156PETTICOAT LANE1485
The ShearsYE SHEARS1668 RALPH COMBS AT YE SHEARS. A pair of shears between R. C. IN GREAT WOOD STREET, 68. In the field, HIS HALFE PENY. R. E. C. 242WOOD STREET2431
 
Ship
The Ship TavernTHE SHIP TAVERNn.d. THE SHIP TAVERN IN. A ship in full sail. BISHOP GATE STREETE. In the field, E. D. 33BISHOPSGATE STREET WITHIN192
The ShipTHE SHIPn.d. AT THE SHIP. A ship on the sea. IN CLEMENTS LANE. In the field, M. A. K. 57CLEMENT'S LANE445
The ShipTHE SHIPPEn.d. AT THE SHIPPE. A ship. IN CRVCHED FRIERS. In the field, W. E. B. 66CRUTCHED FRIARS541
The Ship TavernTHE SHIP TAVERNn.d. THE SHIP TAVERN IN. A ship of war. FANCHVRCH STREETE. In the field, R. E. B. 77FENCHURCH STREET663
The ShipTHE SHIP1649 AT THE SHIP IN. A ship in full sail. FLEETE LANE, 1649. In the field, S. A. O. 81FLEET LANE706
The Ship TavernTHE SHIP TAVERNEn.d. AT THE SHIP TAVERNE, HIS 1/2. In the field, a ship. IN GRACE CHVRCH STREET. In the centre, a monogram. 92GRACECHURCH STREET805
The ShipYE SHIP1668 IOSEPH ALMOND AT YE SHIP. A ship in full sail. IN MILE END, 1668. In the field, HIS HALFE PENY, I. I. A. 134MILE END1262
The Ship TavernYE SHIPE TAVERNn.d. AT YE SHIPE TAVERN. A ship. IN YE OVLD BAYLY. In the field, T. B. T. 148OLD BAILEY1415
The Ship TavernTHE SHIPP TAVERNn.d. AT THE SHIPP TAVERN. A ship in full sail. IN OLD FISHE STREETE. In the field, E. E. S. 150OLD FISH STREET1433
The ShipTHE SHIP1668 EDMOND HOLT AT THE. A ship. SHIP IN RATCLIFE, 1668. In the field, HIS HALFEPENY. 165RATCLIFF1576
The Ship TavernTHE SHIPP TAVERNn.d. AT THE SHIPP TAVERN. A ship. AT RATLIFF CROSSE. in the field, W. E. B. 167RATCLIFF1593
The ShipTHE SHIPPn.d. THE SHIPP IN. A ship in full sail. RATLIF HIGHE WAY. In the field, N. S. 167RATCLIFF1597
The ShipTHE SHIPn.d. AT THE SHIP AT. A ship in full sail. SAINTE SAVERES DOCK. In the field, I. K. H. 187ST. SAVIOURS'1821
The ShipTHE SHIP1649 AT THE SHIP WITHOVT. A ship in full sail. TEMPLE BARR, 1649. In the field, W. M. S. 214TEMPLE-BAR WITHOUT2122
The Ship TavernTHE SHIP TAVERNn.d. WILLIAM HEWES AT THE. A ship. SHIP TAVERN IN WAPING. In the field, W. H. 230WAPPING2286
 
Spur
The SpurYE SPVRn.d. IOHN WRIGHT AT YE SPVR. A spur. IN MIDDLE ROW, HOLBVRN. In the field, I. M. W. 108HOLBORN963
 
Star
The StarTHE STAREn.d. RICHARD LOMAX, AT THE. A star. STARE IN HARPE LANE. In the field, R. A. L. 99HARP LANE863
The StarTHE STARn.d. IOHN DEAKES AT THE. A blazing star. STAR IN HOLBORNE. In the field, I. E. D. 103HOLBORN909
The StarYE STAR1669 WILLIAM CHAPMAN AT. A blazing star; between the rays, 1669. YE STAR MARKE LANE. In the field, HIS HALFE PENY, W. C. 132MARK LANE1249
StarSTARRn.d. THO. HITCHCOCK AT. A star. STARR ON SNOW HILL. In the field, T. E. H. 197SNOW HILL1923
The Star TavernTHE STARE TAVORN1648 AT THE STARE TAVORN. A star. IN CHEP SIDE, 1648. In the field, W. M. S. 54CHEAPSIDE417
The Star TavernTHE STAR TAVERNn.d. AT THE STAR TAVERN. A blazing star. IN FAN CHVRCH STREET. In the field, I. M. C. 78FENCHURCH STREET664
 
Still
The StillTHE STILLn.d. RICHARD SHIPTON AT THE. A still. STILL IN HATTON GARDEN. In the field, HIS HALFE PENY. 100HATTON GARDEN870
The StillTHE STILLn.d. RICHARD SHIPTON AT THE. A still. STILL IN HIGH HOLBORNE. In the field, HIS HALEPENNY. 106HOLBORN945
The StillYE STILL1669 ELIZABETH IORDEN AT YE. A still. STILL AT PVDDLE DOCK. In the field, HIS (sic) HALF PENY, 1669. 163PUDDLE DOCK1545
The StillYE STILL1668 IAMES PRICKE AT YE STILL. A still. IN RATCLIEFE HIGHWAY, 68. In the field, HIS HALFEPENY. 166RATCLIFF1583
The StillTHE STILLn.d. RICH. AYNSWORTH AT THE. A still. STILL VPON SNOW HILL. In the field, HIS HALFE PENY. 196SNOW HILL1919
 
Sugar Loaf
The Sugar LoafTHE SVGER LOFEn.d. AT THE SVGER LOFE. A sugar loaf between A. K. IN ADDELL STREET. In the field, A. K. 17ADDLE STREET7
The Sugar LoafTHE SHVGER LOFEn.d. AT THE SHVGER LOFE. A sugar loaf. IN BEDFORD STREETE. In the field, G. D. 28BEDFORD STREET139
The Sugar LoafTHE SVGAR LOAFn.d. THE SVGAR LOAF AT. A sugar loaf. BISHIPS GATE GROCER. In the field, F. M. B. 33BISHOPSGATE STREET WITHIN191
The Sugar LoafTHE SHVGER LOFEn.d. THE SHVGER LOFE IN. A sugar loaf. BISHHOPSGATE STREETE. In the field, P. S. M. 33BISHOPSGATE STREET WITHIN194
The Sugar LoafTHE SVGAR LOAFEn.d. CHARLES OARES AT THE SVGAR. In the field, C. D. O. LOAFE IN COCK LANE. In the field, HIS HALFE PENNY. 59COCK LANE, SMITHFIELD (?)469
The Sugar LoafTHE SHVGER LOFE1652 THE SHVGER LOFE. A sugar loaf. AT COWE LANE END, 1652. In the field, W. M. T. 64COW LANE520
The Sugar LoafTHE SVGAR LOFEn.d. AT THE SVGAR LOFE. A sugar loaf between two cloves. IN EAST SMITH FEILD. In the field, H. S. G. 74EAST SMITHFIELD623
The Sugar LoafTHE SHVGER LOAFn.d. THE SHVGER LOAF. A sugar-loaf. HORSLEYDOVNE STARES. In the field, W. K. F. 111HORSELYDOWN1001
The Sugar LoafTHE SVGAR LOAF1668 EDWARD MVNS AT THE SVGAR. A sugar-loaf. LOAF ON LONDON BRIDG, 1668. In the field, HIS HALFE PENNY. 126LONDON BRIDGE1179
The Sugar LoafTHE SVGAR LOAFEn.d. AT THE SVGAR LOAFE. A sugar-loaf. IN PHILPOT LANE. (Detrited). 157PHILPOT LANE1496
Sugar LoafSVGAR LOAFE1659 IOH. WALKER SVGAR. A sugar-loaf. LOAFE PICADILLY. 59. In the field, I. S. W. 158PICCADILLY1507
The Sugar LoafTHE SHVGE LOFEn.d. AT THE SHVGE LOFE IN. Asugar-loaf. RAM ALLEY IN FLET STRET. In the field, M. A. C. 165RAM ALLEY, FLEET STREET1568
The Sugar LoafTHE SVGAR LOAFEn.d. AT THE SVGAR LOAFE. The arms of the Grocers' company. IN THAMES STREETE. In the field, G. K. B. 216THAMES STREET2146
The Sugar LoafTHE SVGGAR LOFEn.d. AT THE SVGGAR LOFE. In the field, A. E. E. IN THAMES STREETE. A sugar loaf. 216THAMES STREET2148
The Sugar LoafTHE SVGGAR LOFEn.d. AT THE SVGGAR LOFE. In the field, A. B. K. IN THEAMES STREETE. A sugar-loaf. 217THAMES STREET2151
The Sugar LoafTHE SVGGER LOFEn.d. AT THE SVGGER LOFE. A sugar loaf. IN TOOLEYS STREETE. In the field, W. S. W. 220TOOLEY STREET2190
The Sugar LoafTHE SVGGAR LOFEn.d. WILL. FRY AT THE SVGGAR. In the field, a sugar-loaf. LOFE IN WAPPING. In the field, W. F. 229WAPPING2279
 
Sun
The Sun TavernTHE SUNN TA.n.d. THO. WEARG AT THE. In the field, T. M. W. SUNN TA. IN ALDERGT. ST. The sun. 19ALDERSGATE STREET31
The Sun TavernTHE SONN TAVERNn.d. AT THE SONN TAVERN. The sun. ALDERSGATE STREET. In the field, R. S. H. 19ALDERSGATE STREET37
The Sun TavernTHE SUNN TAVERNEn.d. AT THE SUNN TAVERNE. A sun. WITHIN ALLGATE. In the field, T. K. I. 20ALDGATE WITHIN49
The SunTHE SVNNEn.d. EPHRAIM CLITHEROW. The sun. AT THE SVNNE IN BEDLAM. In the field, E. G. C. 29BETHLEM153
The SunTHE SVNn.d. AT THE SVN IN. The sun. BISHOPGATE STREETE. In the field, W. I. A. 33BISHOPSGATE STREET WITHIN190
The SunTHE SVNn.d. BY THE SVN. A full blown rose, with rays of light from the upper portion. WITHOVT BISHOP GATE. In the field, S. A. H. 36BISHOPSGATE WITHOUT238
The Sun TavernTHE SVN TAVERNn.d. AT THE SVN TAVERN. The sun. VPON BRIDWELL STEPS. In the field, A. E. C. 42BRIDEWELL302
The Sun TavernTHE SVN TAVERNn.d. AT THE SVN TAVERN. The sun. BEHIND THE EXCHANGE. In the field, R. A. C. 75THE EXCHANGE637
The Sun TavernTHE SVNN TAVERNn.d. IOHN HILL AT THE SVNN. The sun. TAVERN IN HOLBORNE. In the field, I. A. H. 104HOLBORN919
The SunYE SVNn.d. IOHN TIRION AT YE SVN. The sun. NEARE HOLBVRNE BRIDGE. In the field, HIS HALFE PENY, I. I. T. 107HOLBORN953
The Sun TavernTHE SVN TAVERNn.d. AT THE SVN TAVERN. The sun. IN HYE HOLBORNE. In the field, A. B. C. 108HOLBORN966
The SunTHE SVNN1659 AT THE SVNN, 1659. The sun. IEWIN STREETE. In the field, I. M. D. 115JEWIN STREET1057
The Sun TavernTHE SVN TAVERNn.d. THE SVN TAVERN IN KINGS. The sun. STREETE, WESTMINSTER. In the field, E. F. W. 118KING STREET, WESTMINSTER1086
The Sun TavernYE SVN TAVERNE1657 YE SVN TAVERNE IN. The sun. NEW FISHE STREET, 57. In the field, T. E. P. [See Note 1342] 141NEW FISH STREET1342
The SunTHE SVNn.d. IOHN RIXON AT THE SVN. The sun. IN PRINCE ..TREET. In the field, HIS HALFEPENNY. 162PRINCES STREET1537
The SunTHE SVNN1666 T. DICKENSON AT THE SVNN. The sun. IN REDCROSS STREET, 1666. In the field, HIS HALFE PENNY. T. D. in monogram. 168RED-CROSS STREET1603
The SunTHE SONNEn.d. THE SONNE IN S. MARTINS. The sun. NERE ALDERSGATE. In the field, T. A. M. 182ST. MARTIN'S LE GRAND1766
The SunSVN1657 NEARE SHOREDICH. The sun. THE CHVRCH AT SVN, 1657. In the field, .... 193SHOREDITCH1878
The SunTHE SONNEn.d. IOHN SANDON AT THE. The sun. SONNE IN SOVTHWARKE. In the field, I. E. S. 202SOUTHWARK1985
The SunTHE SVN1666 GEORGE CRAFTES THE SVN. The sun. IN YE STRAND HIS HALF PENY. In the field, G. A. C, 1666. 208STRAND2050
The SunTHE SVNNn.d. EDWARD FISH AT. The sun. THE SVNN IN WAPIN. In the field, E. F. 229WAPPING2278
 
Tankard
The Tankard HouseTHE TANKERD HOVSE1668 IOSEPH INMAN AT THE. In the field, a tankard. TANKERD HOVSE IN DREWRY LANE, 1668, in five lines across the field. [See Note 580] 71DRURY LANE580
 
Temple
The TempleYE TEMPLEn.d. IOHN LEIGH, AT YE SIHDS (sic). A building like a temple. YE TEMPLE IN FLEET STREET. In the field, HIS HALF PENNY, I. M. L. 82FLEET STREET719
 
Tree
The Almond TreeYE ALMON TREE.1663 IOHN WEBSTER AT YE ALMON. A tree between 1663. TREE IN PAVLS CHVRCHYARD. A tree between I. M. W. 185ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD1799
The Olive TreeTHE OLFA TREEn.d. AT THE OLFA TREE. An olive-tree. IN SINGON STREETE. In the field, E. A. S. 178ST. JOHN'S STREET1723
The Willow TreeTHE WILLOW TREEn.d. AT THE WILLOW TREE. A willow tree. IN CLOAK LANE. In the field, N. I. B. 58CLOAK LANE455
The Willow TreeTHE WILLOW TREEn.d. AT THE WILLOW TREE. A willow tree. IN THE OVLD CHANGE. In the field, I. I. B. 149OLD CHANGE1423
 
Trumpet
The TrumpetTHE TRVMPETn.d. AT THE TRVMPET IN. A trumpet. KINGS STREET WAPPING. In the field, R. C. I. 116KING STREET, WAPPING1067
 
Tun
The TunTHE TVNn.d. AT THE TVN IN. A tun. ALDERSGATE STREET. In the field, T. R. A. 19ALDERSGATE STREET36
The TunTHE TVNN1665 IOSEPH WELLS AT THE TVNN. A tun. IN NOBELL STREET, 1665. In the field, HIS HALFEPENNY. 145NOBLE STREET1383
The TunTHE TVNn.d. AT THE TVN IN. A tun. NORTVN FALGATE. In the field, T. I. L. 146NORTON FOLGATE1393
 
Turnstile
The TurnstileAT THE (TVRN) STILE1667 IOHN SCOTT AT THE (TVRN) STILE. A turnstile. AT CLARKENWELL GREENE. In the field, HIS HALFE PENNY, 1667. 58CLERKENWELL GREEN454
The TurnstileTHE TVRN STILE1665 ROWLAND STINTON AT THE. A turnstile. TVRN STILE IN HOLBORN. In the field, HIS HALFE PENNY, 1665. 107HOLBORN949
The Turnstile TavernTHE TVRNE STILE TAVERNn.d. AT THE TVRNE STILE. A turnstile. TAVERN IN HOLBORNE. In the field, T. E. H. 108HOLBORN973
 
Vine
The VineTHE VINEn.d. AT THE VINE IN. A vine. GOVLDEN LANE. In the field, G. W. B. 91GOLDEN LANE785
The VineTHE VINE1664 IOHN BARNES AT THE. A vine. VINE IN LONG AKER, 1664. In the field, WINE COOPER, HIS 1/2., in three lines across the field. 127LONG ACRE1193
Vine TavernVINE TAVERNEn.d. SIMON MARSHAL, VINE. A vine. TAVERNE IN HOLBORNE. In the field, S. M. M. 105HOLBORN930
 
Whale Bone
The Whale BoneYE WHALE BON1668 IOHN ANNISON AT YE WHALE BON. In the field, the scapula of a whale, between the figures 68 (1668). NEW CHEAPSIDE IN MOREFEILDS. In the field, HIS HALF PENY, in three lines. [See Note 1329] 140NEW CHEAPSIDE1329
 
Windmill
The WindmillTHE WINDE MILLn.d. AT THE WINDE MILL. A windmill. WITHOVT TEMPLE BARR. In the field, I. P. 214TEMPLE-BAR WITHOUT2119
 
Woolsack
WoolsackWOOLSAAKn.d. SARAH HIET AT WOOLSAAK. A woolsack IN HOVNS DICH. In the field, S. H. 111HOUNDSDITCH1007


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