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    what are these

    can anyone help with any info like date, price, ect.
    thanks
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    Re: what are these

    i also got this one too
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    Re: what are these

    The first is a c. 1863 Civil War patriotic token. There are many varieties of both the obverse and reverse dies. Offhand, I'd guess it to be a 225/327, which is worth about $15 in Very Fine condition.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Civil_War_token

    The 1837 piece is a Hard Times token. The variety is Low #20 (Rulau #34), and it would be worth $7-10 in Very Good to Fine condition.

    http://www.coin-newbies.com/articles...es_tokens.html



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    Re: what are these

    Was gonna comment on these, but as usual PBK beat me to the punch. Careful with the first one. I have seen some reproductions floating around.

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