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Civil War Tokens for Identified Sutlers, V. Beaudry, John Metcalf and S.W. Beall

Small copper token, approx. 0.75 in. Recto with "One 100 Dollar"; verso with "V. Beaudry, 1st Reg, U.S. Cavalry."

Small copper token, approx. 0.75 in. "John I. Metcalf / 3rd Reg. O. Cav. U.S.A. / 25 cents in Goods." Small hole punched in edge. Verso blank, so could be used as dogtag.

Copper token, 1.0 in. diam. "Good for 50 cents in Sutler's Goods / S.W. Beall Sutler"; recto with Liberty head encircled by stars. Date below very worn but appears to be 1866. Beall was a sutler at Ft. Kearney, Nebraska Territory from 1866 to 1868 when he was shot and killed in Montana.

Condition:

Beaudry very good, the other 2 with quite a bit of environmental damage.

Estimate: $150 - $300
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$360
03/15/2018

 

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