A group of two circular tokens, one yellow coloured, the other green, both injection moulded in polystyrene (PS). '1 Pt.' is moulded into the top face and 'Oates Dairies (Ltd)' in the reverse. These tokens would have been purchased to be left on the door step at home, for payment when the milk was delivered the next morning. The tokens meant that the milk men no longer had to handle money. When the price of the milk increased, a different coloured token would be issued to denote this (old tokens could still be used up by customers by adding extra money to make up the new cost). Plastics tokens were in use post WWI, these examples likely date circa 1950s-1960s.