Description: London, The Walbrook, City of London. Builders' excavations for Bucklersbury House, Walbrook. The silted stream bed of the
Walbrook was excavated. Finds suggest the banks of the Walbrook stream were a scene of great industrial and commercial activity,
since in addition to craftsmen's tools, a considerable amount of leather and metal waste was found. Although there is no stratigraphic
information for the token, the finds and associated nearby excavations suggest that the deposition of objects in the river
ceased sometime after Antoninus Pius' coins came into circulation, and before coins of Marcus Aurelius reached the area. Not
all the coin finds could be acquired from the builders for the Guildhall museum.