Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by ddddd, Nov 14, 2019.
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These were distributed by The Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company at their exhibit, The A & P Carnival.
And here is a post card I found online with a brief mention of the carnival:
I added a bit more info after your post.
As far as I can tell, these aren't super rare. They are available on eBay both as raw pieces and graded. I've seen raw go for under $20. Graded tend to go for a bit more. However, the grade doesn't seem to carry much of a premium. I've seen MS 62-MS 65 sell for around the same levels ($40-$75). A top pop might go for more.
They are cool relics and a fun design that can be acquired inexpensively.
I had the pig in MS 63, but sold it. Now I’ve upgraded it (the other one had better color while this one is a higher grade) and added the cow.
I like to add some tokens/medals with interesting designs, so these were perfect additions.
Here is the video of the 63 that I sold:
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