US Tokens

1837 1 Cent "Feuchtwanger Token"
Very Fine - Nice example with no problems. Lewis Feuchtwanger suggested to Congress in 1837 that his metal composition of nickel, copper and zinc be substituted for the copper being used in cents at the time. The coins actually circulated in the 1836-1844 coin shortage. Approx. 20 MM
$150.00
Las Vegas Silver Casino Token "Circus Circus" Las Vegas Silver Casino Token "Circus Circus"
Las Vegas Casino Token from "Circus Circus" - About Uncirculated .999 Pure Silver Approximately 37MM Almost Silver Dollar Size. The Circus Circus is still in business today on the Strip. Comes in the original plastic capsule some with scratches but the tokens are nice.
$30.00
Las Vegas Silver Casino Token "Stardust" Las Vegas Silver Casino Token "Stardust"
Las Vegas Casino Token from "Stardust" - About Uncirculated .999 Pure Silver Approximately 37MM Almost Silver Dollar Size. The "Stardust" was opened the summer of 1958 and demolished on March 13th 2007. Comes in the original plastic capsule some with scratches but the tokens are nice.
$40.00
Las Vegas Silver Casino Token "Stardust" Las Vegas Silver Casino Token "Stardust"
Las Vegas Casino Token from "Stardust" - About Uncirculated .999 Pure Silver Approximately 37MM Almost Silver Dollar Size. The "Stardust" was opened the summer of 1958 and demolished on March 13th 2007. Comes in the original plastic capsule some with scratches but the tokens are nice.
$40.00