Obv: Crowned bust, with sceptre. EDWARD IV GRANTED THE CHARTER A.D. 1465 around. Rev: A Castle within a Shield, HORNCHURCH ROMFORD AND HAVERING around.
Uncirculated. Some red remaining. Some trifling marks behind head.
Struck by Matthew Boulton for George Cotton of Romford, Essex. Doty suggests that Kuchler did the engraving work for these dies and that Cotton didn’t have his name put on the token for fear of the government soon declaring all token coinage illegal