Obv: View of Canterbury Cathedral, UNITY PEACE AND CONCORD: GOOD WILL TO ALL MEN around, CANTERBURY TOKEN in exergue. Rev: Shield of arms of the city of Canterbury, PROTECTION TO OUR KING AND COUNTRY LAWS AND TRADE around. Edge: PAYABLE AT JAMES ROBERTSONS + + + +.
Extremely Fine with some weakness on reverse. Centers well struck.
The Kent D&H 6&7 tokens are the same but with different edge inscriptions, struck for two separate tradesmen. Lusk states that the 7 should probably be considered the 6a as a result. James Robertson was a linen draper in Canterbury. A Lutwyche production with dies by Dixon.