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OK so Halloween is the next "big" holiday on the horizon (I think). So let's have a celebration of Halloween and halloween type things in Numismatic materials. Frankly I don't think I have anything that qualifies to kick this off but I'll take a look. Have fun.

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Okay, first on kind of looks like a pumpkin from the top. H.F. Hohlt store token born December 16, 1859 In 1890 he was president of the First National Bank in Brenham Texas and also a merchant.

 

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This one you need a magician during Halloween. Even if he is the second worlds greatest one. Robert K. Phelps Worlds second greatest magician. (Hey, that's what it says on it.)

 

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Next one something out of a child's nightmare. German 5 Mark commemorative Hans Jakob Christoffel von Grimmelshausen .625 silver

 

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And headless statues are fitting for Halloween. 1984 Los Angeles summer olympics proof and uncirculated.

 

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A few skulls for Halloween. Drop Hammer minting from Texas Renaissance Festival. And Grateful Dead Steal your face skull logo. Grateful Dead Steal Your Face chip from Vegas strip

 

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Halloween from way back. Drop hammer minted at the Texas Renfest 2007 greenman.

 

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Edit: Halloween has nature back ground so. Germany Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel 12 mariengroschen (1/3 Thaler) Rudolf August wild man grasping stick KM 504 Somebody needed to make change. Old cut on edge.

 

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Great Halloween goodies guys. I'd never thought of most of those. Somewhere I have some notgeld that would fit the "spirit" of the ocassion.

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This has sort of a macabre theme.

 

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UN 1972 Human Environment 8 cents - NY Cancellation (2) by UGotaHaveArt, on Flickr

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