The token die on the obverse shows A. 1 & No 16, Ferry St. If the token is turned 180 degrees from the correct position of the token die, the date, of the Indian cent, 1863, is readable at near the 6:00 o'clock position, beneath the letters... In the merchant name Killeen. Most of the letters in the word "America" from the Indian cent are readable at the right border, along with some of the feather from the Indian's headdress.On the reverse, the token die shows a large number "1" in the center of a beaded circle. Above the circle is "GOOD FOR", and below it is "CENT". The reverse of the host coin is visible with the token die in the correct upright position. The shield from the top of the wreath Indian cent is visible just above the number "1" and the written "ONE CENT" from the host coin is mostly Inside the beaded circle. Some of the leaves of the wreath are visible near the border, more so on the right side. Both side show some light toning over a copper nickel color. The item "Civil war token Greenpoint, N. Y" is in sale since Monday, February 18, 2019. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Exonumia\Tokens\ Civil War". The seller is "garya138fs" and is located in Greenville, South Carolina.
This item can be shipped to United States.