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    Cool First token!

    Dug up this Alabama 1 mill luxury tax token recently. It's pretty toasty. The back is mostly legible...the front is wasted (no photo of the front). It was a cool find though

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    Jul 2009
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    Cool find. I dug a Missouri Tax Token 1 mill here in Indiana. Not as bad as shape as yours and it was made of zinc. Maybe yours is to.

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    Congrats on your first!

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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 TreasureNet !!
    Alabama issued tax tokens from March 1, 1937, through March 31, 1948.
    Don.......

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    Tokens are one of my favorite things to dig up, way more personal than
    the average coin. If you are pulling aluminum out of the ground, then your
    detector will certainly detect something copper or brass.
    Kudos!
    Carl

 

 

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