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TOKENS

TOKENS
Tokens are a collectible series of coins including Hard Times Tokens, Civil War Tokens, Love tokens, Tax Tokens, Trade Tokens along with many other types. There were many different types, designs and purposes for these tokens.
 
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(1850's) Hard Times Token M.A. Root, Philadelphia MS65 Brown NGC
Item #121711
  (1850's) Hard Times Token M.A. Root, Philadelphia MS65 Brown NGC
Beautiful warm, golden tan color with lustrous red highlights around the lettering of the obverse and parts of the reverse. Impressive surfaces and lovely eye appeal!
$249.00
1794 Franklin Press Token MS63 Brown NGC Plain Edge
Item #126392
  1794 Franklin Press Token MS63 Brown NGC Plain Edge
Superb medium brown color with plenty of fading luster visible around the peripheries of the obverse and the recesses of both sides, though mainly on the obverse. The 1794 Franklin Press Token belongs to a series of British-made pieces known as "Conder" Tokens. This scarce token has beautiful eye appeal with very nice surfaces! Priced well below the $1,500 Greysheet!
$995.00
1795 Washington Grate Half Penny MS62 Brown PCGS
Item #128071
  1795 Washington Grate Half Penny MS62 Brown PCGS
The Washington Grate Halfpenny is part of the series of merchant tokens and collector coins produced in England in the late 1700s. Collectively, these coins are known as Conder tokens. Some Conder tokens offered themes that related directly to the American Colonies or the United States. This particular piece, because of the portrait of George Washington that appears on the obverse, has been accepted into the canon of U.S. colonial coins, though the striking date was late and the association loose. This example has lovely, even deeper brown color with traces of faded underlying luster around the peripheries and part of the recesses. Lovely surfaces and eye appeal!
$415.00
1837 Substitute For Shin Plasters Hard Times Token Phoenix Rising XF40
Item #128091
  1837 Substitute For Shin Plasters Hard Times Token Phoenix Rising XF40
Pleasing deeper brown color with nice surfaces overall. There are a few bag nicks on each side
$29.00
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