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Group of Hard Times and Civil War Tokens, an 1833 "The Constitution As I Understand It," an 1837 "Executive Financiering Fiscal Agent," an 1837 "Substitute For Shin Plasters," two 1837 "Millions For Defence/Not One Cent," a c. 1852 P.T. Barnum "General Tom Thumb," a Washington "Exchange," an 1864 "Union For Ever," a D.L. Wing & Co. "Union Flour," an 1863 "United States Copper," an 1863 "Army & Navy," an "Our Navy," an 1863 "Gustavus Lindenmueller," an 1863 "Union," a 1792 Birmingham Mining conder token, and an 1837 "To Hanover," many examples cleaned.
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