By Ronald J. Benice
This reference paintings lists and describes all recognized tokens (privately issued substitutes for cash) used from the Eighteen Nineties gold rush via 1959, whilst Alaska received statehood. New to this variation are tokens from the Yukon Territory, with wide assurance of Yukon tokens via 1989. Entries describe person tokens, are prepared alphabetically, and are divided into seven sections: conventional Alaska Tokens, Alaska Transportation Tokens, Alaska nutrients Stamp switch Tokens, Alaska criminal Tokens, metal id Chits, Yukon Territory steel Tokens 1897-1945, and Yukon Territory Plastic Tokens 1946-1989. for every token, info comprises the supplier, a actual and historic description, and present worth.
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Extra resources for Alaska and Yukon Tokens: Private Coins of the Territories, 3d ed.
00 Attu 1. Naval Air Station, Ofﬁcers’ Mess Annex 1944–1947+. ) A. 5¢ B. 00 Barrow 1. Tony’s Recreation Tony Krier, late 1950s —1959+. A. B. C. D. 5¢ 10¢ 25¢ 50¢ aluminum, aluminum, aluminum, aluminum, round, round, round, round, 20mm 23mm 26mm 29mm [D] [D] [D] [D] Tokens good for one cigar are fantasy restrikes. 00 25 1. Traditional Alaska Bayview / Bering River / Bethel Bayview 1. Maxﬁeld Dalton Cigars, candy, billiards. 1919–1924. A. 00 Bering River 1. Hoonah Packing Co. 1928–1932, also issued tokens at Gambier Bay and Hoonah.
Lou Anderton General store, 1937–1938. Subsequently in business in Chitina. A. B. C. D. 00 Fantasy restrikes on various planchets with different reverses exist. 2. Bank Coffee House (no city name) c. 1913–1920 A. 25¢ B. 50¢ aluminum, round, 24mm, R7 aluminum, round, 30mm 3. C. A. Simons Charles A. Simons, general store, 1917–1929. 00 1. Traditional Alaska A. $1 B. $5 C. 00 Chitina 1. Hotel Chitina, Palmer & Clonniger John Palmer and Thomas W. Cloninger (name misspelled on token), 1913–1915. Cloninger may also have issued tokens for Cordova 2, 7, 9, 10 and 11 and Nome 35.
00 19. Horseshoe Edward Harwood, billiards and cigars, 1917–1919. This establishment had been Horseshoe Liquor (see number 20) before Alaska went dry. 46 Cordova A. 61 ⁄ 4¢ brass, round, 21mm 1. 00 20. Horseshoe Liquor Co. Edward Harwood, saloon, 1911 –1917 A. 61 ⁄ 4¢ brass, round, 21mm B. 1. S. Ide A. 121 ⁄ 2¢ aluminum, round, 25mm, R8 21. Herbert Johnston Saloon, 1909–1911. 00 47 1. Traditional Alaska A. 5¢ brass, round, 21mm, R8 B. 00 22. J. W. Little John W. Little, saloon, 1909–1911. He also issued tokens for saloons in Ellamar, Latouche and Valdez.