Church token

Relicific

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Feb 2, 2017
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Found my first church token the other day.
I can’t ID the exact type.
The lettering around the token is not legible.
Still different from the usual copper find.
 

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Florida Finder

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Dec 17, 2020
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Southern States of America
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AT Max
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Relic Hunting
Found my first church token the other day.
I can’t ID the exact type.
The lettering around the token is not legible.
Still different from the usual copper find.
I haven’t seen a token like that before. Congratulations on a great find!
 

Digger RJ

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Aug 24, 2017
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Found my first church token the other day.
I can’t ID the exact type.
The lettering around the token is not legible.
Still different from the usual copper find.
Nice!!!! Congrats!!!
 

ANTIQUARIAN

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Definitely a unique old token find for Canada, I've not seen this design before… possibly an import from Europe? :dontknow:
Dave
 

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