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|King Coal Check or Badge||N.C.B. Dated Checks or Fobs for 1980, 1981 & 1982.||A Steel embossed Check From Rockingham Colliery||A China Clay Pit check from Cornwall|
|Explosive Canister Tags - Why are some marked with "15"||Sumerlee Coal Company Check||N.C.& Co. War Relief Check||North Notts. Area Colliery Check|
|Mantrain Checks||Cage Riding or Rope Checks||Ollerton Checks with letter counter stamps||WB & Co tokens found on site of Dean & Chapter Colliery|
|Dated checks from Victoria Colliery||Doncaster Area Pay Check Designs||A mystery check from Yorkshire||Another mystery check from Yorkshire|
|A possible P.H.B. Check from Stafford Colliery||A Lime Works related token from Burham, Kent||A Mystery A.C.C. Ltd. check||A small hoard of unidentified Colliery Checks|
|Is this the earliest known British lamp check?||Is this a lamp token?||A Mystery Token from Pegswood||A Mystery Mining Fob from County Durham|
|High or Hem ? What's the Story behind this North Staffordshire Check?||A Mystery Reversed Embossed Token from Deaf Hill Colliery||What were Split Shifts used for?|
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