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    Is this a Club?

    Since my last post was answered so quick i have a new one, is this some kind of club or is this a joke from the 1965 clad switch-over?
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    Re: Is this a Club?

    COPPER-CLAD CRANK CLUB coin/token Nazi/peace symbol $3.00

    http://cc.msnscache.com/cache.aspx?q...n-US&FORM=CVRE

    Not sure. I find "Copper Clad" as a term for copper reinforced gaskets?? Generally you don't see the "Lucky" swastika much after 1936 or so in U.S. or Eurpoean uasge.
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    Re: Is this a Club?

    Thats a cool item! There were a few e-bay listing that were no longer available for the club... I found nothing else.

    Interesting.


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    monty

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    Re: Is this a Club?

    Not sure it represents a real club as such but it is a good luck piece. The swastika isn't a nazi symbol rather an old timey good luck symbol as is the 4 leaf clover. Monty
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    Re: Is this a Club?

    It's a c. 1920's advertising token for Copper-Clad stoves and ranges, made by the Copper-Clad Malleable Range Co.of St. Louis, MO. Note the standing figure of the "Copper Clad Crank" in the photo on the right below, the same as on the token.
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    BIG61AL

    Re: Is this a Club?

    That is one kool looking token!

 

 

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