Miscellaneous Merchant Tokens



MISCELLANEOUS MERCHANT TOKENS


J.M. Bradstreet and Son's Merchant Tokens

NY-NY 35, Fuld NY-630-Ha-1f, silver, 34mm
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 NY-NY 36, Fuld NY-630-Ha-1a, copper, 33.9mm

NY-NY 37, Fuld NY-630-Ha-1b, brass, 34mm
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 Fuld NY-630-Ha-1e, white metal, 34mm
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 Both dies were muled with the obverse die for the Old Middle Dutch Church
Token and are found in copper, brass, and white metal; whether this was
at the request of the merchants or simply one of George's seemingly random
mulings I have no idea.  The Bradstreet, Hoffman and Co. die is also found
muled with a Lincoln die - the obverse of  DeWitt AL 1860-32. These are
found in copper and brass.


Parmelee, Webster & Co. Merchant Tokens

NY-NY 243, silver, 21mm
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NY-NY 243A, copper, 20.9mm

NY-NY 243B, brass, 20.9mm

NY-NY 243C, white metal, 21mm
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NY-NY 243D, aluminum, 21mm
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H.G. Sampson Merchant Tokens

NY-NY 269, silver, 42mm
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NY-NY 269A, copper, 42mm
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NY-NY 269B, brass, 42mm
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NY-NY 269C, white metal, 42.1mm

NY-NY 270, Baker 573, silver, 42mm
(image courtesy of Stacks Bowers)

NY-NY 270A, Baker 573A, copper, 42mm
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NY-NY 270B, Baker 573B, brass, 42mm
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NY-NY 270C, Baker 573C, white metal, 42.7mm

NY-NY 270D, Baker unlisted, bronzed white metal, 42mm
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Henry Cook Merchant Tokens

Ma-Bo 19, copper, 54mm
(on line image)

                                             Ma-Bo 19a, white metal, 53.6mm