Coin and Paper Money Collecting/Unusual NYC subway token
Lawrence Kovesi wrote at 2006-12-09 06:37:49
Hi; I sell NYC subway tokens on Ebay. I just sold a 1970 token that didn't have the "Y" NOT punched. I started it at $9.99 on a 7 day listing, got 4 bids, and it sold for $13.50. I would hazard to guess that your Diamond Jubilee, with the diamond unpunched would bring about the same price.
Bob Lazzell wrote at 2009-02-12 21:05:34
TOKEN: NYC Subway 1904-1979 People Moving People ( Old Subway Kiosk marked "Subway" and "Enterance") Diamond Jubilee Seventy Fifth Anniversary NYC Subway 1904-1979 ( Old subway car marked "Interborough" with "3354" at both ends) NY 630 AY Brass 23MM Book price $1.00 ref page 423 The Atwood-Coffee Catalogue of United States and Canadian Transportation Tokens. 6th Edition by John M Coffee & Harold V Ford. 10/79 10,000,000 Struck.
Kate wrote at 2010-07-03 18:40:07
Hi Barry! If it's still actual - about the diamond not punched - I think I am interested in buying it. It's cost is up to the seller's usually. The first one of the kind I got cost me 10 dollars, the next one - 30 dollars. So the condition of course is important and the seller desides to make the price.
David Cuesta wrote at 2012-04-21 22:03:57
I would be interested in purchasing this token, I am willing to pay ten dollars
tdoe wrote at 2013-10-28 15:03:22
I have same coin with diamond shape I'm willing to sell it 2398267082