History, Information, and Value of Jackson in Uniform, No Period After N Hard Times Token
Value of Jackson in Uniform, No Period After N Hard Times Token
Similar to HT-7, the Jackson in Uniform, No Period After N Hard Times Token lacks the period after the letter “N” in the phrase “N. Orleans.” Instead, it appears as “N Orleans.” In addition to that small change, the eagle has a slightly smaller shield. These dies were designed by Robert Lovett Sr. This token typically receives the Hard Times Designation of HT-8.
The obverse text reads “1833 And. Jackson President of the United States” and the reverse text reads “The Gallant & Successful Defender of N Orleans. 8 Jan. 1815.”
In general, tokens can be very hard to identify. The minting process was very inconsistent, so there were often several varieties of one coin. If you own a Hard Times Medal and are unable to identify which one you might own, please contact one of our experts for assistance. We are rare token experts and have the knowledge and understanding needed to give you a good estimate on what your token is worth.