Produced for employees of the Kahului & Wailuku Railroad, these coins were compensation items that circulated widely throughout the Hawaiian Islands around 1879.
Extremely rare token produced by John Walker in Birmingham, England. In the Pacific Northwest these tokens were reportedly exchanged with Native Americans for beaver pelts. All but two of the known issues are holed at 12 o'clock. Strong details and moderate wear expected of the grade. An exciting golden-yellow example that seldom comes to market.
A fascinating medal with the obverse being the design of the official inaugural medal and the reverse portraying the US Capitol Building.