Holmes Booth & Haydens Connecticut Post-War Tokens
Approximate Current Value: $7
History, Information, and Value of the 1899 Holmes Booth & Haydens Connecticut Post-War Tokens
Value of the 1899 Holmes Booth & Haydens Connecticut Post-War Tokens
This Token Came From – Waterbury, Connecticut
The obverse text on the token reads “This is Nickel Silver The Base on Which Holmes, Booth & Hadens Plate.” The obverse depicts several lines of text with small decorative lines that are spaced throughout. The reverse of the token shows a plain reverse with no text or elements.
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