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NY630AB-1d New York City Amelia Gavron Female Merchant Civil War Token PCGS MS65

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Civil War token Fuld NY630AB-1d R8 PCGS MS65 70% bright mint luster with planchet file marks as often seen on Bridgens made Copper Nickel token. It is believe they used filed down US Copper Nickel Cents as planchets. A. Gavron 213 Bowery & 102 Pitt St. NY Sausages, For Public Accomodation 1863. Amelia Gavron was one of the few female merchant to issue tokens during the Civil War. From the Q. David Bowers collection from Rossa & Tannebaum, in a special PCGS holder with Dave's picture and facsimile signature.

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