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Anyone know what this is?

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Thanks MTHead,

I don't know how many still exist, but I figured it was

worth what I paid for it (under $10) especially if it was indeed silver?

I have certainly NOT been able to find such prices for "comparable"

US coins from 1836!!

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Looks like Archie Bunker
Damm if it don't 893scratchchin-thumb.gif



Well i'll be. I have a ton of those things and ain't never thought such a thing, but it sure does! 27_laughing.gif


Interesting,perhaps it's just a modern token. 893scratchchin-thumb.gif


























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Yes, that is indeed a shilling, and it is indeed silver. It is also in good condition for the price you paid. It looks original, with nice color. I have been trying to get one of these on Ebay for some time, and have not been able to get a good one for the right price. I am trying to work on a type collection of shillings. In that condition, I wouldn't be surprised to see $15-$18 on Ebay. So, good purchase.

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