Hunting Dogs/Lincoln Redeemed CWT F134/184J NGC MS64

  Click On Pictures To Zoom One of the classic Civil War token rarities combining the famous Hunting Dogs obverse with the extremely rare Lincoln Redeemed reverse. This piece, struck in German Silver, is one of only 2-4 known. A couple are also known struck in copper and brass, but overall this is one of the rarest and most sought …

(Ca. 1851) Jacob Seeger Silvered Brass Miller MD-150A NGC MS62

  Click On Pictures To Zoom The highest grade we are aware of for a Jacob Seeger piece, made even more special by being fully silvered most likely by Seeger himself who was in the silver plating business. This piece is nice bright silver in color with some toning, as almost always seen on silver plated tokens. No major marks …

1864 Dr Rose CWT Fuld MI 225BL-4d Copper Nickel NGC MS65

  Click On Pictures To Zoom A very rare copper nickel striking of the famous Dr. Rose Civil War Token. This example shows wonderful light brown color with ample areas of original luster and excellent eye appeal. Fully deserving of the grade and most likely the finest known for this issue in copper nickel. From the famous Cliff Temple collection …

1863 Good For A Scent Merriam F115E-1a NGC MS64RB

Click On Pictures To Zoom Probably the most popular design of all Civil War tokens, this example shows wonderful original mint red over at least 50% of the surfaces. There are one or two small toning spots on the obverse, but otherwise remarkably bright and prooflike, even more so than the 64 grade would indicate. Always in high demand, the …

Carrington & Co. The Havana Express NGC MS65RB

  Click On Pictures To Zoom A wonderful high grade example of this popular Merchant token. This piece shows almost full fiery mint red on the obverse, with the reverse being toned down just a bit in the centers with some prooflike blue toning present. No marks or issues of any kind. Certainly one of the finest known for the …

1860 J.N.T. Levick “The Smoker” NY-429 NGC MS61

Click On Pictures To Zoom A pleasing example of this ever-popular Merchant token. This piece shows a very nice strike with reflective and bright surfaces. A few scattered circulation marks are present, but all in all, a piece with very nice eye appeal, especially for the grade. These do not stay in our inventory very long, and we expect this …

1788 Vermont RR-28 R-6 NGC VF25 CAC Ex. Partrick, David Bowers Collections

  Click On Pictures To Zoom A very high grade example of this elusive Vermont variety. This piece shows nice darker olive brown color with mostly smooth and attractive surfaces. A few light hairlines are present on the reverse, but do not detract much from the overall appeal of this rare variety. Far finer than most RR-28s in existence today …

St. Patrick’s Farthing PCGS VF20

  Click On Pictures To Zoom An eye appealing example of this popular colonial type. This piece has nice medium brown color with smooth and glossy surfaces. A small dig and a few hairlines across St. Patrick are the only issues to note, but both are very old and do not take anything away from the pleasing look of this …

1788 Vermont RR-21 R-5+ NGC XF40 Ex. Partrick, David Bowers Collections

  Click On Pictures To Zoom A wonderful example of this scarce Vermont die variety. This piece shows nice medium to light brown color on both sides. The obverse is very smooth and glossy with only a few natural flaws noted for accuracy sake on the portrait. The reverse is a bit lighter in color with just a very light …