Obv: Two sheep, 1811 in exergue, BARKER, WOOLLEN DRAPER around. Rev: View of castle, NORWICH CASTLE around. Edge: Neatly grained.
Uncirculated, tad red and proof-like.
One of the more popular and attractive of the 19th century tokens, this was designed by P. Wyon and struck for John Barker, a woolen draper and haberdasher of London Lane. Norwich was once one of the most bustling and vivacious trading towns in England, particularly in worsted yarn.