Obv: A bull breaking it's chains, JUNE 3D, 1796 above. MILTON in exergue. Rev: An Apple tree and a plough within an oaken wreath.
GEF. Lacquered. Scarce.
This token was struck for R. Biddulph and commemorates his return to Parliament on June 3rd, 1796. The bull breaking its chains represents the county changing from a Tory to a Whip representative. The apple tree alludes to the cider industry in Hereford and the plough to agriculture. Diesinker, Milton; Manufacturer, Milton.