GEORGE ROBERTS, Royal Offences > coining offences, 28th March 1911.

ROBERTS, George (19, bioscope operator) , unlawfully uttering counterfeit coin; possessing counterfeit coin.

Prisoner pleaded guilty to uttering, which plea was accepted by the prosecution.

Prisoner stated that he had found the bundle of coins and uttered one shilling. He was stated to be of good character and to have been in respectable employment. He was released on his own and the recognisances of Abraham Rogers, 45, Merchant Street, Bow, job buyer (who undertook to employ the prisoner) in £10 each, to come up for judgment if called upon.

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