London, St. James’s, (Westminster). Edward Lloyd AE Halfpenny

Item Reference: C201010567 In Stock Share
London, St. James’s, (Westminster). Edward Lloyd AE Halfpenny nd. Building / Triad, denom. (N 8900; D 2522A; BW. Uncertain 50; Berry, BNJ 1982, pp.158-60). About Very Fine, good patination. Ex.…
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Description

London, St. James’s, (Westminster). Edward Lloyd AE Halfpenny nd. Building / Triad, denom. (N
8900; D 2522A; BW. Uncertain 50; Berry, BNJ 1982, pp.158-60). About Very Fine, good patination.

Ex. Baldwin’s.

Edward Lloyd was a ‘sutler’ (provisions provider) supplying food and drink to soldiers of the 1st or Royal Regiment
of Foot Guards, newly formed in 1665, which devolved later into the Grenadier Guards. The first quartermaster
of the regiment was a John Lloyd, appointed on 15 July 1665, who held the post until 3 August 1667. The style of
the token, although undated, would date it almost exactly to this period.

Specification

Token Group

Tokens

Token Category

17th Century

Token Region

17th century England

Token County

London

Metal

Bronze

Mint Mark

London

ReferencesN 8900; D 2522A; BW. Uncertain 50; Berry, BNJ 1982, pp.158-60

Provenance

Ex. Baldwin’s.

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