Nantucket, Massachusetts

Go to Attributing Civil War Store Cards Nantucket, Massachusetts This Civil War Store Card from Nantucket, Massachusetts is ascribed to the shop of an unknown die sinker. Almost a medal, this token was issued during a Sanitary Fair held for the Union soldiers. Valuations are based on raw copper tokens. For more detailed pricing, see: Pricing Civil … Read more

Fall River, Massachusetts

Go to Attributing Civil War Store Cards Fall River, Massachusetts This Civil War Store Card from Fall River, Massachusetts is ascribed to the shop of the Rhode Island die cutter.  An unknown individual who also produced a few Patriotic Civil War Tokens. Valuations are based on raw copper tokens. For more detailed pricing, see: Pricing Civil … Read more

Boston, Massachusetts

Go to Attributing Civil War Store Cards Boston, Massachusetts These Civil War Store Cards from Boston, Massachusetts are ascribed to the shop of Joseph. H. Merriam. Merriam was a die sinker who lived in Boston, Massachusetts. A few of the tokens from Boston are no longer considered Civil War Tokens as they were made shortly after the … Read more

Worcester, Massachusetts

Go to Attributing Civil War Store Cards Worcester, Massachusetts This Civil War Store Card from Worcester, Massachusetts is ascribed to the shop of Charles Lang.  Lang appears to be a local engraver and die sinker who made only this one token for Worcester, Massachusetts. Valuations are based on raw copper tokens. For more detailed pricing, see: … Read more

Harvard, Massachusetts

Go to Attributing Civil War Store Cards Harvard, Massachusetts This Civil War Store Card of Harvard Massachusetts is ascribed to the shop of S.D. Childs. This token is the only issue known for this city. Childs was a prolific token manufacturer. His dies commonly make use of a woman’s head and most of his dies use … Read more

Hagerstown, Maryland

Go to Attributing Civil War Store Cards Hagerstown, Maryland This Civil War Store Card from Hagerstown, Maryland is ascribed to the shop of an unknown engraver. It is the only token known from this town. Valuations are based on raw copper tokens. For more detailed pricing, see: Pricing Civil War Tokens Obverse Die – MD 560A Text on … Read more

Baltimore, Maryland

Go to Attributing Civil War Store Cards Baltimore, Maryland These Civil War Store Cards from Baltimore, Maryland are ascribed to the shop of F.X. Koehler. In Fuld’s second edition, only two private tokens are identified with Baltimore, Maryland. In their third edition, almost 40 tokens are identified as being from Baltimore. Many of these are tokens … Read more

Bangor, Maine

Go to Attributing Civil War Store Cards Bangor, Maine These Civil War Store Cards of Bangor, Maine are ascribed to the shop of S.D. Childs. (There is a possibility that these were made by the Scovill Manufacturing Co.) Childs was a prolific token manufacturer. His dies commonly make use of a woman’s head and most of his … Read more

Newport, Kentucky

Go to Attributing Civil War Store Cards Newport, Kentucky These Civil War Store Cards from Newport, Kentucky are ascribed to the shop of John Stanton. Stanton was the most prolific issuer of Civil War tokens in Cincinnati. His line of work centered on stamp cutting and branding devices. Valuations are based on raw copper tokens. For more detailed pricing, … Read more

Louisville, Kentucky

Go to Attributing Civil War Store Cards Louisville, Kentucky These Civil War Store Cards from Louisville, Kentucky are ascribed to various shops. Originally, these were broken into KY 510A and KY 510B under Fuld’s Second Edition. Later, these are broken into individual assignments starting with KY 510C. I’ll come back and update this when I complete … Read more

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