Cuds on Tokens; Modern

CU-1SCR(TOKEN)-1840/1960-01

Images are courtesy of Chuck Newman

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Cross reference: none. This 1 scruple was used as a weight.

 

CU-2½(TOKEN)-1886-01

Images are courtesy of Chuck Newman

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Cross reference: TC-47020.

 

CU-5(TOKEN)-1886-01

Images are courtesy of Chuck Newman

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Cross reference: TC-135492.

 

CU-TOKEN(1c)(PWT)-Louisiana-01

Images are courtesy of Chuck Newman

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Cross reference: none

CU-TOKEN(12 1/2c)(ND)Alaska-01

Images are courtesy of Chuck Newman

 

Cross reference: TC-52273

Note: Seward, Alaska (Kenai Peninsula Borough), U.S.A.

CU-TOKEN-2000-01a 

Images Courtesy of Ken Potter

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Cross reference number: none.

CU-TOKEN-2000-01b

Images Courtesy of Ken Potter

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Cross reference number: none. This 2000 Millennium token has been struck through a washer.

CU-TOKEN-2000-01c

Images Courtesy of Ken Potter

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Cross reference number: none. This token has been triple struck. The cud appears on the first strike only, while the second and third strikes show the outline of the broken die.

The struck through a washer and the triple strike tokens are assisted errors. However, the cud was not an assisted error. 

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The image above shows the 2000 Millennium token with an obverse cud and the broken die that struck that token. Image is courtesy of Ken Potter.

CU-TOKEN(TAX)-Oklahoma-01, Rim Cud

Image is courtesy of Ken Potter

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