Hello All. I have a Newport, Kentucky "Newport & Covington Bridge Company" token (CWT 640B). Russell Rulau's 4th edition of "Standard Catalog of United States Tokens 1700-1900" (2004) gives this a rarity of R7. Other online sources give a rarity of R8. In all cases I have seen, these are all listed as having a REEDED edge. The difference in the piece that I have is that is has a PLAIN edge. My question is whether this is a variation from the "regular" reeded edge token, or if there is a plain edge token known. Also, I suppose there is a case where this could be a counterfeit, but everything seems to be alright with it. Any help on identifying this as an already-known variety, or verifying the authenticity of this piece would be greatly appreciated. Also, Russell Rulau's book lists CWT# 640B-3a as having no value in VG, VF, and Unc, but shows "RARE" in the EF column. Any information on a value, along with any guesses on how this might grade, would help. OBVERSE REVERSE SIDE-VIEW #1 SIDE-VIEW #2 SIDE-VIEW #3 THANK YOU.