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    A couple old tokens found

    Found two feet apart in Cincinnati. One is copper the size of a large cent.
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    An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

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    Welcome to Treasure Net !!
    What letters/words can you read?
    Are the top two the same token?
    What is on the reverse of the bottom token?
    Don......

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    nice tokens! Big as a LC? wow that's cool!
    Everybody has an opinion - this is mine. Humor will be part of that opinion. I've found things - some can only dream about. Some was pure luck, some was pure knowledge and skill. After 40 years at MD'ing (off and on), I know a few things about finding treasure lost in the ground. As a retired software engineer, I now have unlimited time on my hands. Life really doesn't matter unless you are true to yourself and in your dealings with other people.

  4. #4
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    It says:
    E (then two unknown letters)
    StampS
    153 W5th St. Cin. O

    The Other larger Token says:

    The Vestibule
    Gruber
    ??xation
    SW Corner of Main St

    Other side:

    Good for 5cents
    at the bar

  5. #5
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    An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

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    An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

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    Gruber and Frixione were the proprietors of "The Four Finest Bars in the City" : The Mecca (431 Walnut), The Palace (431 Vine), the Cosmos (17W 6th Street); and yours, the Vestibule.
    Don....
    Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=zu9...IXIONE&f=false

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    Good job !!!!! Congrats !!!

  8. #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mackaydon View Post
    Gruber and Frixione were the proprietors of "The Four Finest Bars in the City" : The Mecca (431 Walnut), The Palace (431 Vine), the Cosmos (17W 6th Street); and yours, the Vestibule.
    Don....
    Source: The Cooperative News, Devoted to the Interests of Building, Loan and Savings ... - Google Books

    That is remarkable that you found this information! Wow! thanks a bunch.

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    Mack and Idaho are where you go, when you want to know.
    Killer, and I mean killer tokens.
    Carl
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