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Started by malj1, April 12, 2017, 03:22:31 AM

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malj1

A. Cattermole rev. Pass brass 25.5mm

This appears in the first edition of Smith; England Unidentified section page 255 as 992J

I found an auction listing describing it as Herdman 245

Malcolm
Have a look at  my tokens and my banknotes.

malj1

A CATTERMOLE rev. PASS brass 25.5mm

This was listed in the first edition of Smith as England unidentified 992J (page 255) I wonder if anything has been found since. ???
Malcolm
Have a look at  my tokens and my banknotes.

FosseWay

Do we know why Smith attributed it to England specifically, and not somewhere else in the UK or the English-speaking world?

andyg

Cattermole is quite an unusual surname, wonder how many there are.
Could be a theatre ticket rather than a transport pass as I've not found anything transport related.
always willing to trade modern UK coins for modern coins from elsewhere....

FosseWay

4421 Cattermole births registered in England and Wales between 1916 and 2005.

Compare 283 Dawbarns (a common surname in my extended family but virtually all the ones I've found, I'm related to) and 1,805,151 Smiths.

malj1

uniface token with similar reverse 25.5mm and small 3.3mm centre hole.
Malcolm
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Kushi

The A. CATTERMOLE / PASS token is indeed listed by Herdman (1932) as number 245 with a milled edge under "Tickets of Unknown Attribution". This piece was recently sold on eBay.

Figleaf

This one looks Cu-Ni, while the others are brassy, but perhaps it's just the picture quality. The holed one is probably cancelled.

I have the nagging feeling I have seen the side with PASS (possibly a different word with the same decorations and font style) before. However, when I get that feeling and I do retrieve what I thought was the same, it usually turns out to be different :(

Peter
An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.