TOKEN Thursday part 2 - Post Yours please

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  1. SensibleSal66

    SensibleSal66 Casual Collector / error Specialist "in Training "

    Hello everyone ! This the second part of my Token Thursday . Although I only own one , please post what you have . I totally appreciate it . Here's a Wikipedia to all the tokens that qualify :Token coin - Wikipedia
    Here's my Trade Token - 1878S DDR
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  4. lordmarcovan

    lordmarcovan Eclectic & Eccentric Moderator


    Wow, I have (or had) more than I realized. I excluded jetons and medals and fantasies and any I didn't have pictures of.

    Belgium (Liège, Chapter of St. Lambert): copper charity token; skull & bones, ca. 1650
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    PCGS XF40

    Belgium (Liège, Chapter of St. Lambert): copper méreau or communion token; memento mori, 1686
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    PCGS XF45 BN

    Great Britain (Chichester, Sussex): copper Conder token ("Chichester Halfpenny"), 1794
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    PCGS MS63 BN

    United States (New York): nickel silver private pattern cent, Feuchtwanger's Composition, 1837
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    PCGS AU53- cataloged with the Hard Times tokens

    USA (Syracuse, NY): brass merchant token, A.C. Yates Clothing Emporium, ca. 1850s, Miller-NY #1028 variety
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    NGC MS62

    United States (Nashville, TN): brass merchant token, Francisco & Whitman, Hatters; ca. 1852-1853
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    PCGS MS65

    Canada (Nova Scotia): copper ferry token, Halifax Steam Boat Company, undated, ca. 1855-1870
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    PCGS MS63 RB

    Australia (Melbourne): copper penny trade token; John Andrew & Co., Drapers, 1862
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    NGC MS62 BN

    United States: bronze patriotic Civil War token, undated (ca. 1862-1865); battle implements and Union shield
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    PCGS MS64 RB

    United States: bronze Civil War token, "Our Little Monitor" type, 1863
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    NGC MS65 BN

    New Zealand (Christchurch): bronze merchant token; Milner & Thompson's Music Depot, 1881
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    PCGS MS63 BN

    United States: copper Hard Times token; C.D. Peacock Jeweler, Chicago, "1837" (struck ca. 1902)
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    PCGS MS63 BN

    Germany (Westphalia): gilt bronze hyperinflationary 10,000-mark notgeld token, 1923
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    PCGS MS64
     
  5. SensibleSal66

    SensibleSal66 Casual Collector / error Specialist "in Training "

    @lordmarcovan . Lordy Lordy look who has at least 40 ! Thanks for sharing .:happy:
     
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  6. lordmarcovan

    lordmarcovan Eclectic & Eccentric Moderator

    Nahh, I don’t have 40. My whole present collection is 100 pieces, total: coins, tokens, medals, everything.

    Several of the pieces above are sold.
     
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