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A picture gallery of U.S. colonial coins and tokens

Page 5 - The period after the Revolutionary War: Misc. Coinages (continued) - Previous Page
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Kentucky_obv_50.jpg (45461 bytes)"Kentucky" Token
c. 1792-1794
(obverse)
Made in England.

Kentucky_rev_50.jpg (49989 bytes)"Kentucky" Token
c. 1792-1794
(reverse - "K" appears at top of triangle; otherwise not directly connected with Kentucky)

Wash&Indep_obv_50.jpg (50462 bytes)Washington & Independence (Military Bust) Cent
Dated 1783,
actually made in early 1800's.
(obverse); one of a number of Washington pieces.

Wash&Indep_rev_50.jpg (43831 bytes)Washington & Independence (Military Bust) Cent
Dated 1783,
actually made in early 1800's.
(reverse)

Mott_obv_50.jpg (48991 bytes)Mott Token
Dated 1789,
actually made c. 1809 or later.
(obverse)
See
The Mott Token - The Final Chapter by William Anton and John Lorenzo.

Mott_rev_50.jpg (53142 bytes)Mott Token
Dated 1789,
actually made c. 1809 or later.
(reverse)

FranklinPress_obv_50.jpg (48750 bytes)Franklin Press Token
1794
(obverse)
English tradesman's token with connection to Benjamin Franklin.

FranklinPress_rev_50.jpg (41572 bytes)Franklin Press Token
1794
(reverse)

TAL_obv_50.jpg (51332 bytes)Talbot, Allum and Lee Cent
1795
(obverse)
Made in England; company based in New York City and involved in trade with India.

TAL_rev_50.jpg (50939 bytes)Talbot, Allum and Lee Cent
1795
(reverse)