History, Information, and Value of the 1861 Henry Cook Massachusetts Post-War Tokens
Value of the 1861 Henry Cook Massachusetts Post-War Tokens
This Token Came From – Boston, Massachusetts
The obverse text on the token reads “Established AD 1825.” The reverse text on this token reads “Henry Cook Money Broker, And Dealer In Rare and Antique Coins Medals Autographs, Curiosities, Relics, & C, & C No. 74 Friend St. Boston.” The obverse depicts an eagle with spread wings, slightly facing the viewer of the coin, and holding a ribbon in the mouth. The reverse of the token shows 10 lines of text.
These types of token can be very hard to identify because of their “home-made” quality and their inconsistency. Our website, as comprehensive as it is, still may not include your token because of the sheer quantity by which these Post-War Tokens were produced. If you think that you may own a Post-War Token, please do not hesitate to contact one of our experts and they would be happy to assist you. We are rare token dealers.