Gray’s Bankrupt Store Ohio Post-War Tokens

Approximate Current Value: $7

Diameter: 17.90 mm
Mintage/Proof: NA / NA
Weight: NA
Metal: Silver
I Own 1870 Ohio Post-War Tokens

History, Information, and Value of the 1870 Gray's Bankrupt Store Ohio Post-War Tokens

Value of the 1870 Gray’s Bankrupt Store Ohio Post-War Tokens

This Token Came From – Cincinnati, Ohio

The obverse text on the token reads “At Gray’s Bankrupt Store.” The reverse text on this token reads “Good For Ten Cents, Jas. Murdock Jr. 165 Race St. Cin. O.” The obverse depicts three lines of text with a few stars. The reverse of the token shows a wreath in the center with text inside of it and surrounding it.

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