1946 MINING SCRIP
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  1. #1
    us
    CS IS NEXT

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    1946 MINING SCRIP

    One and only token,hope there's more to come.I posted a few day's ago but here's the pic's.
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  2. #2
    Kentucky Kache

    Re: 1946 MINING SCRIP

    Very nice find. Congrats.

  3. #3
    us
    Looking for that ONE find.

    Nov 2005
    South Central Kansas
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    Re: 1946 MINING SCRIP

    Great Token !!! 8) 8) 8)

  4. #4
    us
    Jul 2004
    Indy
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    Re: 1946 MINING SCRIP

    Nice looking token, WTG!!!
    I wonder if the "B" was stamped into it after it was redeemed, or before?
    Good luck & Happy hunting~

  5. #5

    Aug 2003
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    Re: 1946 MINING SCRIP

    Leon--typically the "system" tokens - Ingle System, Insurance Credit System, etc. had the first initial of the business on them somewhere - this one was stencil cut at the factory. John in ID

  6. #6
    No Time To Hunt

    Oct 2005
    WV
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    Re: 1946 MINING SCRIP

    ok, I scanned the pages relevant to this particular piece but when emailing them to myself I lost size and quality, will sum it up for you if you can't read pages, will also repost later if needed but here goes...
    It is listed as R-3 in here(image 1) which means 150-199 known roughly $4.00 value, condition dependent(image3). Image 1 is the listing for the token, images 2 and 3 explain the columns in image 1, hope that helps. BTW it was listed as Wyoming county WV if that helps any more.
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    Lost Again and Don't Care Who I Tick Off!

  7. #7
    us
    Aug 2005
    Illinois
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    Re: 1946 MINING SCRIP

    That is very interesting. This is the first script I have seen. Thanks for posting it.
    MXT,  and just dumb luck.

  8. #8
    No Time To Hunt

    Oct 2005
    WV
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    Re: 1946 MINING SCRIP

    Just for the fun of it...One of many maps for the Brule Smokeless Coal Company, looks like date on this is 1939.
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  9. #9
    us
    CS IS NEXT

    Nov 2005
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    Re: 1946 MINING SCRIP

    Quote Originally Posted by WV_Detecting
    Just for the fun of it...One of many maps for the Brule Smokeless Coal Company, looks like date on this is 1939.
    Hey thank's WV....I know I posted a while back but appreciate the response,it's alway's nice to know some more info on it,Hopefuly it won't be the last.....Thank's again and HH!!

  10. #10

    Jul 2006
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    Re: 1946 MINING SCRIP

    Nice piece of scrip

    Congratulations,

    Rev

  11. #11
    us
    Digging up the Past

    Oct 2004
    Dayton, Ohio
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    Re: 1946 MINING SCRIP

    Congratulations on accomplishing something I've been trying to do for some time now. Try as I may, I haven't so far located the one thing I truly love to collect, coal scrip. I've found lots of tokens and coins and 3 pieces of lumber scrip in the past 25 years, but no coal scrip.
    Dayton Diggers, Historical Research & Recovery

 

 

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