The following list of references have been consulted in compiling this site and comprise a recommended reading list for the study of 17th century london tokens and related history.
Akerman, J.Y. – Tradesmen’s tokens current in London and its vicinity between the years 1648 and 1672. (London, 1849).
Berry, G. – Tavern Tokens of Pepy’s London. (London, 1978).
Berry, G. – Seventeenth Century England: Traders and their Tokens. (London, 1988).
Burn, H.B. – A descriptive catalogue of the London traders, tavern, and coffee-house tokens presented to the Corporation Library By Henry Benjamin Hanbury Beaufoy. (London, 1853).
Dickinson, M.J. – Seventeenth Century Tokens of the British Isles and their Values. (London, 2004).
Everson, T. – Seventeenth Century Trading Tokens of Surrey and Southwark (Llanfyllin, 2015).
Thompson, R.H. & Dickinson, M.J. – Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles – Volume 59 (The Norweb Collection) – Tokens of the British Isles 1575 – 1750. Part VII – City of London. (London, 2007).
Thompson, R.H. & Dickinson, M.J. – Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles – Volume 62 (The Norweb Collection) – Tokens of the British Isles 1575 – 1750. Part VIII – Middlesex and Uncertain Pieces. (London, 2011).
Wetton, J.L. – Seventeenth Century Trademen’s Tokens. Minerva Numismatic Handbooks. Number Five. (Newcastle upon Tyne, 1969).
Williamson. G.C. – Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century in England, Wales and Ireland by Corporations, Merchants, Tradesmen, Etc. – A New and Revised Edition of William Boyne’s Work. – Volume 2. (London, 1967).
Hyde, R. – The A to Z of Restoration London (The City of London, 1676). (London Topographical Society Publication. No.145. 1992).
Lillywhite, B. – London Signs : A Reference Book of London Signs from Earliest Times to about the Mid Nineteenth Century. (London, 1972).
Mills, P. & Oliver, J. – The Survey of Building Sites in the City of London after the Great Fire of 1666. Volume I. (London Topographical Society Publication. No.103. 1967).
Strype, J. – A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster. (London, 1720).