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    LadyluckLadyluck
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    I found a token and a button yesterday. Here’s a pic of my token for those not on Facebook. The licensee was Walter William Bright 1870-1876 of the Exchange. (Thankyou Christian)

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    #4351
    LadyluckLadyluck
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    The reverse. I wonder how many pints 3D would have bought?

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    #4480
    LadyluckLadyluck
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    For those not on Facebook. I washed off a couple bits of tat and found a part of a large token. I was able to able to identify it with some help from Rob and Christian. While it was only a part of a token (how I wish it was whole) it was lovely researching it and learning something new about the Blackpool Gigantic Ferris Wheel. Here’s a few photos, the part I found and what it would have looked it.

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    #4482
    LadyluckLadyluck
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    This token would have been a large one at 37mm.

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    #4484
    LadyluckLadyluck
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    The other side

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    #5102
    Anonymous

    is that a ferris wheel or big wheel on the large token? nice finds!

    #5121
    LadyluckLadyluck
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    Hi Jamie, yes it is a ferris wheel… Blackpool Gigantic Wheel token late 1800s

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