By Joel Edler, Dave Harper
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61 ⁄ 4¢ “Bar,” brass, round, 21mm C. 00 Note: Tokens issued by G. W. Elliot, Cordova, Ala. are from Alabama and Log Cabin Pool tokens are from Seattle. Council City 1. The Totem Theatre A. 00 Craig 1. Eddie Cogo Confectionery, 1921 –1936. Token dies have survived but no tokens are known. Uniface restrikes have been made. 2. Craig Inn Hotel, restaurant and saloon, 1934–1948. Many owners including Wahl and Thompson (see 3 below). 1. Traditional Alaska A. 10¢ B. 25¢ C. 00 3. Lib’s & Jessie’s Elizabeth Wahl and Jessie Thompson, restaurant and bar, 1945–1959+.
61 ⁄ 4¢ brass, round with center hole, 21mm, R7 B. 00 30. Ohm Fish and Pack. Co. (no place name) 1919. Possibly Albert Ohman. A. 00 This type of token was given to workers as they completed a unit of work and was turned back in at the end of the workday to get the appropriate amount of pay. 31. Old Crow (no city name) Old Crow saloon not found. Traditionally attributed as Cordova saloon tokens c. 1909–1916, but may be generic tokens distributed by the makers of Old Crow bourbon. A. 61 ⁄ 4¢ brass, round, 21mm B.
1935–1937. Attribution questionable. 29 1. Traditional Alaska A. $ (1) B. 00 2. Livengood Inn Alma Chatnnet, 1938–1943; John and Tony Radak, 1943–1959+. A. 00 3. Mahan and Gillis (no city name) General store, William G. Mahan and Daniel Gillis, 1917–1918, then Mahan alone through 1944. Gillis owned a billiard hall with A. B. Coslett, 1919–1921. A. 00 4. The New Deal, Livengood, Alaska General store and lodging house, Lee F. Merry, 1934–1937. Business started in 1921. A. 00 B. 00 5. Pioneer Pool Room David Petree, 1917.
2005 U.S. Coin Digest: A Guide to Average Retail Prices from the Market Experts by Joel Edler, Dave Harper