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The Folger collection contains approximately 400 coins, tokens, and medals. Like the rest of the collection, they either date to Shakespeare's era, or relate to Shakespeare (or both, as is the case with this 17th-century token of the "White Hart" that [[J.O. Halliwell-Phillipps|James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps]] collected because it's "the name of an inn (though not the identical one) mentioned by Shakespeare.")
 
The Folger collection contains approximately 400 coins, tokens, and medals. Like the rest of the collection, they either date to Shakespeare's era, or relate to Shakespeare (or both, as is the case with this 17th-century token of the "White Hart" that [[J.O. Halliwell-Phillipps|James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps]] collected because it's "the name of an inn (though not the identical one) mentioned by Shakespeare.")
  
The coins, tokens, and medals that have (so far) been cataloged in [[Hamnet]] can be found by searching each of "coins", "tokens", and "medals" as a "Genre/Form" keyword.
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The coins, tokens, and medals that have (so far) been cataloged in [[Hamnet]] can be found by searching each of those terms as a "Genre/Form" keyword.
  
 
Other finding aids include:
 
Other finding aids include:

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Token of the White Hart (H-P Lyttle Boke no.8)

The Folger collection contains approximately 400 coins, tokens, and medals. Like the rest of the collection, they either date to Shakespeare's era, or relate to Shakespeare (or both, as is the case with this 17th-century token of the "White Hart" that James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps collected because it's "the name of an inn (though not the identical one) mentioned by Shakespeare.")

The coins, tokens, and medals that have (so far) been cataloged in Hamnet can be found by searching each of those terms as a "Genre/Form" keyword.

Other finding aids include: