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    Cool 1939 New York World's Fair token

    Hi folks! It's been a heck of a long time since I've posted any finds... mainly because they were not worth posting and just life in general. But I think this find is pretty cool and worth sharing.

    I got out today for an hour hunt between errands and wasn't finding much of anything. But this pretty thing (the size of a half dollar) popped up. It's a 1939 New York World's Fair commemorative token for the 150th anniversary of Washington's Inauguration. Too bad the gold coloring flaked off mostly, but it's still an unusual find for me.

    Thanks for looking!

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    says it all
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    Nice token and worthy of your posting it. Nice to see ya back on the forum.
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    I'm glad you posted it. I really enjoy seeing old tokens posted. Yours is a good one. Very Nice.
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    sometimes the finds like that one are as much fun to find as a old coin congrats

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    Nice seeing a post from ya Christan!!
    Great find!
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    Thanks for sharing this great find! I don't think I've seen that one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by POKIE73 View Post
    sometimes the finds like that one are as much fun to find as a old coin congrats
    I agree , finds like this break up the same ol' clad doledrums . congrats on a very interesting piece.
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