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GREAT BRITAIN ceramic porcelain notgelds coins tokens

 

County Derbyshire

PINXTON

porcelain factory (1795-1813) founded by John Coke in Pinxton. In 1801-1802, Henry Banks became Coke's partner.
The donor of porcelain coins and many other tokens to the British Museum was Dorothea Lady Banks





Photo: British Museum SSB, 197.33

5 Shilling 1801

30,0, weight 7, 19g white porcelain
Scheuch 610


Photo: British Museum SSB, 197.35

7 Shilling 1801

30,0, weight 7, 12g white porcelain
Scheuch 610


Photo: British Museum SSB, 197.34

10 Shilling 1801

30,0, weight 7, 71g white porcelain
Scheuch 610

 

 

County Worcestershire

 

WORCESTER

The Royal Worcester porcelain Works


 
Photo: Museum of Royal Worcester


Dr. John Wall and pharmacist William Davis developed a unique method of producing porcelain and, together with a group of a dozen entrepreneurs, founded a factory in Worcester in 1751




Auction 58/1998 Dallas Brooks Hall Melbourne price wywoł. 900USD/ price realiz 1900USD

1 Shilling without date (1760)

white porcelain
Inscription: "I promise to pay to the Bearer on demand one shilling W. Davis at the China Factory"
Scheuch x




Photo: British Museum SSB, 197.31

1 Shilling without date (1760)

white porcelain, weight 3, 21g, 23, 7
Coin from the collection of British Museum


photo from Scheuch catalogue

2 Shilling without date (1760)

white porcelain
Scheuch 614n




Photo: British Museum 1887,0307, V.87

2 Shilling without date (1760)

white porcelain, weight 7, 12g, 30, 10
Coin from the collection of British Museum

Comparison coins 1 and 2 shilling:



Photo: British Museum 1887,0307, V.87.a