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   HT 464       Low 139       AU 55       R-6   

S.S.B. 1834. Brass. 19.6mm. Details...

Great example of this very rare piece. Joe Levine thinks SSB might be the initials of a New York inn keeper. Rulau suggests they stand for Scovill's Superior Buttons. This is the only Low token without a firm location.

Ex. Richard Gross Collection.

   HT 488       MS 61       R-6   

Dickson, White & Co. (1837-38). Brass. 30mm. Details...

Original color and quite nice. This very rare token is exceptional in this grade.

Obv: Two carbon toning spots.

Rev: Some weakness in strike in center as is usual for this piece.

Ex. Richard Gross Collection.

   HT 545       AU 53 BN       R-8   

O&G counterstamp on 1835 Half Cent.

Rev: HALF CENT is weak due to obverse counterstamp indentation, as expected.

   HT 580A       VF-35       R-5   

Chamberlain, Woodruff & Scranton, Fair Haven Connecticut. (1837). Brass. 30mm.

Slightly porous surfaces. This very scarce token is missing from most advanced collections.

Steve Hayden Mail Bid Sale #21, May 22, 2004, lot 729.

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