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I have a very nice looking trade coin. It says William Clinton 42nd President of the United States on one side. ( This side has a shadow profile of Clinton ). The other side says Good for One Hundred Dollars in Trade and has the numerals 100 in the center. The coin weighs 24.85 grams and is 34mm in diameter.

 

It looks like it is made of silver, however I doubt it is silver. It is non-magnetic and the details on the coin are extremely fine. It has a ribbed edge. It is a very well made coin.

 

I have searched the internet for any informatin on this coin with zero results.

 

Has anyone heard of this coin?

 

I have tried to upload pictures to this site before and have had no luck. Sorry, I have several nice pictures of the coin.

 

Any help Appreciated.

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I have not seen or heard of this coin before. If you cannot get the pics uploaded using my advice in the other thread, you can email them to me and I'll post them for you. Send me a pm if that's what you'd like to do.

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Here's trying to upload pictures again

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Looks like I may have gotten a picture uplaoded. Here comes the other side of the coin.

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I'd never seen one of these before. Perhaps it's a store token or one of those trade tokens used for a fair or Vegas-style fund raiser?

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Thanks, I never seen one before either. Maybe someone else has seen it. They don't look or feel like a cheaply made coin.

Well, this is one of the things which make coins so interesting.

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The rim, particularly on the obverse, is a bit lacking in quality.

 

Probably nickel alloy, and as Art suggests, a fundraiser souvenir may be possible.

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