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Commercial tokens of Australia

Due to a shortage of small coinage in Australia in the 19th century, several merchants ordered un-official tokens to facilitate trade.

Adelaide

Alfred Taylor, Crocker & Hamilton, Harrold Brothers, John Howell, John Martin, Martin & Sach

Bathurst

Collins

Ballarat

J.R. Grundy

Brisbane

Brookes, Flavelle Bros., J.W. Buxton, W & B. Brookes

Castlemaine

Robert Calder, T. Butterworth & Co

Geelong

R. Parker

Goulburn

Alexander Davis & Co.

Hobart

Henry Lipscombe, John Gidley Fleming, Lewis Abrahams, W.D. Wood, William Andrew Jarvey

Jamberoo

William Allen

Kiama

John Allen

Launceston

Edward Francis Dease

Maitland

J. McLauchlin's

Maldon

Warnock Bros

Misc.

Professor Holloway

Melbourne

Adamson, Watts, McKechnie, Annand Smith & Co., Archibald Davidson, Crowbie, Clapperton & Findlay, E. De Carle & Co, Evans & Foster, F & GF Bullen, Fenwick Bros, Geo. Petty, Hugh Peck, Isaac Booth, John Andrew & Co., Miller Brothers, Robert Hyde & Co, Samuel Deeble

Morpeth

James Campbell

Newtown

Reuben Jospehs

Richmond

Myles Barrowclough

Rockhampton

Bell & Gardner

South Yarra

Mrs Fisher, Thomas H. Cope

Stawell

Crothers & Co.

Surry Hills

John Craven Thornthwaite

Sydney

Alfred Toogood, Battle & Weight, Hanks and Compy., Hanks and Lloyd, Hogarth, Erichsen & Co., Iredale & Co., J. MacGregor, Tea Stores

Warrnambool

William Bateman

Westbury

Thomas White and Son

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