Lexington, Kentucky

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Lexington, Kentucky

These Civil War Store Cards from Lexington, Kentucky are ascribed to the shop of John Stanton. Stanton was the most prolific issuer of Civil War tokens in Cincinnati. His line of work centered on stamp cutting and branding devices.

Valuations are based on raw copper tokens. For more detailed pricing, see:
Pricing Civil War Tokens

Obverse Die – KY 480A

Lexington, Kentucky

Text on token:
  • J. N. Keiningham / Grocer / Lexington, KY
Valuation:
  • VF-EF : $2,500-$3,750
  • MS-63 : $6,000-$9,000
Die Reverse: (New) F-1047
DIE MAT RAR DIE MAT RAR DIE MAT RAR
 1 a R8
Obverse Die – KY 480B

Lexington, Kentucky

Text on token:
  • John W. Lee / Baker / & / Confectioner / 10 Main St. / Lexington, KY
Reverse Die

KY480Br3

(KY 480-3)

KY480br4

(KY 480-4)

KY480B-5r

(KY 480-5)

KY480B-5r

(KY 480-6)

KY480B-7r

(KY 480-7)

Text on token:
  • (KY 480-3) One / Half / Pint / Of / Milk
  • (KY 480-4) 1 / Pint / Of / Milk
  • (KY 480-5) One / Quart / Of / Milk
  • (KY 480-6) One / Half / Gall / Of / Milk
  • (KY 480-7) One / Gall / Of / Milk
Valuation:
  • VF-EF : $200-$300
  • MS-63 : $600-$900
Die Reverse: (New) F-1047
DIE MAT RAR DIE MAT RAR DIE MAT RAR
 1 a R9
Die Reverse: (New) F-1068
2 a R9  2  b  R9  2  R9
Die Reverse: (see Reverse 1)
3 a R7 3  b  R8 3 i R9
Die Reverse: (see Reverse 2)
4 a R8 4  b  R9  4  i  R9
Die Reverse: (see Reverse 3)
5 a R8 5  b R9  5  i R9
Die Reverse: (see Reverse 4)
6 R8 6  b R9  6  i R9
Die Reverse: (see Reverse 5)
7 a R8 7  b R9  7  i R9

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