Lot 71    

Civil War Sutler 25 Cent Token, Plus Patriotic Tokens
6/28/2012 - American History: Online Auction
Lot of 11, including sutler's token M. Sullivan, Sutler, 25 Cents In Goods, 55 Reg. O.V.M.U.S., and ten patriotic tokens: Our Navy / Union '61 featuring a crossed cannons, flags, and a drum; Army & Navy / United States 1863 featuring the U.S. Capitol; Saved By The Flag 1863 / Peace Maker featuring a flag and cannon; Army and Navy / The Federal Union: It Must And Shall Be Preserved; and United States Copper / Tradesmen's Currency Good For One Cent featuring an eagles and patriotic shield; The Flag Of Our Union, 1863 / If Anybody Attempts to Tear It Down Shoot Him On The Spot / DIX; The Union Must And Shall Be Preserved / Beware 1863 featuring General Winfield Scott and a snake representing his Anaconda Plan; Our Little Monitor / 1863 featuring a nice depiction of the USS Monitor; First In War, First In Peace, 1863 / Union For Ever featuring an equestrian statue of George Washington; and General G.B. McClellan / United States Copper featuring a bust of McClellan and an eagle.

Condition:  
Sutler's coin is worn and oxidized, with one side being completely unintelligible. 
Sold: $352.50
Price includes
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