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Twenty-eight 'GLORIA EXERCITVS' type Constantine I nummi from Arles.
Unissued bank note printed on one side only in black ink. In the top left-hand corner is the Bristol Coat of Arms supported either side by two unicorns. On top are two crossed arms holding a serpent and a pair of scales. The motto underneath reads "VIRTUTE ET INDUSTRIA". In the centre of the note towards the bottom is an embossed three pence stamp. The following is written on the note: ONE POUND No Bristol CITY Bank I Promise to pay or Bearer on demand One Pound Value received For James Ireland, One Pound Henry Bengough, Joseph Haythorne, Matthew Wright & William Gore. Ent.d. The note is in very good condition.
Bankers draft printed on one side in black ink. Along the left-hand side are the initials of the partners of the company in copper plate writing. In the top left-hand corner are two crossed shields. One is the Merchant Venturers Coat of Arms and the other is the Bristol Coat of Arms. The following is written on the note: No Briftol Bank No 15 Corn Street. I Promise to pay or Bearer on demand Thirty Pounds Value received 17- For Ames, Cave, Harford, £Thirty Daubeny & Bright. Ent.d. The note is in fairly good condition, although the top right-hand corner is missing and there is some yellow spotting.
Cheque printed on one side of paper on pink paper in blue ink, with the handwritten part being in black ink. On the left-hand side are the initials of the partners of the bank within an "entwined " design. On the right-hand side of the cheque is an embossed impression of a one penny stamp. Just beside this are two identical stamps overlapping with "PAID 8 DEC 1866" The following is written on the cheque: No Bristol Old Bank [Dec 5th] 186 Mess.rs Baillie, Cave, Baillie, Edwards & Co Pay to the Order of [Mess.rs S Ward & Comp.y] [Eleven Pounds - nine shillings & three pence.] [& charge ?] [J.Shute ?]} £[11. 9. 3] } [Trustees] [? Prichard] } The cheque is in good condition with the exception of a small tear above the design feature on the left-hand side. On the reverse it is signed "Ward & Co"
Slavery token. "AM I NOT A MAN AND A BROTHER" is written around the edge. In the centre is a picture of a slave kneeling and in chains. "MAY SLAVERY & OPPRESSION CEASE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD" is written around the edge. In the centre are two hands gripping each other, in a shaking hands motion. "LIVERPOOL OR BRISTOL. PAYABLE AT LONDON" is written around the edge.
Brass 1 1/2 d token for George Wigens, The Dolphin Wine & Spirit Vaults, Marlborough Street, Bristol
Royal Bristol Volunteer silver medallet from 1814. Narrow plum ribbon. Inscribed with the motto 'In Danger Ready'.
One pound bank note; printed on both sides in black ink. On the obverse of the note, on the left-hand side is a design depicting the Bristol High Cross. The following is written on the note: No. A7662 Bristol Tolzey Bank. No. A7662 I Promise to pay the Bearer on Demand the Sum of One Pound, Value received the  day of [July] 18 For Samuel Worrall & Andrew Pope. ONE POUND Ent.d. [J.Watson.] [And. Pope] The note is in good condition. On the reverse is a design comprising the partners initials W and R in the centre of the note, and the words "ONE POUND" and "TOLZEY BANK" within a lattice pattern along the bottom of the note. There is a bankruptcy stamp dated October 5 1819, issued by J.P. Harford at Taylors' Hall, Bristol.
Jasperware plaque, in frame, made by Josiah Wedgwood, c.1790 - 'Am I Not a Man and a Brother?'. Abolition plaque.
Commemorative medal, nickel silver struck for the City of Bristol, by the Tower Mint, December 1979. Jointly produced by the Lord Mayors office and the Museum shop.
2d copper token, pattern and legend on both faces, for Rennison's Grand Pleasure Bath Ladies' Private Bath & Fountain.
George Pine's 1914-18 Star medal. Copper coloured star medal with a pink, white and blue ribbon; vertical stripes. Medals O.1619-O.1623 are mounted together on a large pin.
George Pine's 1914-1918 war medal. Gold medal with an angel on the front. Rainbow coloured ribbon; vertical lines. Medals O.1619-O.1623 are mounted together on a large pin.
George Pine's Allied Victory Medal 1918. Yellow and green ribbon; vertical stripes. Medals O.1619-O.1623 are mounted together on a large pin.
George Pine's Territorial Efficiency Medal. Silver medal with a blue, white and orange medal; vertical stripes. Medals O.1619-O.1623 are mounted together on a large pin.
George Pine's Distinguished Conduct Medal. Red and blue ribbon; vertical stripes. Medals O.1619-O.1623 swing mounted on a large pin.
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