Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A token issued by the keeper of a tavern for convenience of change. Taverntokens were largely issued in England in the seventeenth century. See token, 6.
“Drunk, sir! you hear not me say so: perhaps he swallowed a tavern-token, or some such device, sir, I have nothing to do withal.”
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