What The Experts Say...

HT 202, Low 150.
As noted on this card, Gibbs was a manufacturer of medals and tokens. His business was located in a building on the same premises as Stevens, Thomas & Fuller, a company which produced dies and struck minor coins for foreign countries and pieces for various private merchants. The coining facility became known as the “Belleville” Mint. Many different Hard Times tokens were struck there, including some bearing the evasive legend, NOT ONE CENT.

A VF/XF specimen brought $1650.00 in PCAC’s 1999 Hard Times Sale.

(H. Joseph Levine, PCAC, The Charles Litman Collection, December 6, 2003)