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Civil War Tokens appeared in the early 1860s because there was severe shortages of U.S. government issued coins.  Regular cents of that era were strongly hoarded, so private individuals started making small copper coins to meet the demands of local  commerce. The government caught up eventually, and Civil War Tokens disappeared after supply caught up. These interesting Civil war tokens have a nice collector following today and are a nice character item from the U.S. Civil War. 
U.S. Civil War Tokens


Coincw-46.
Flag, Drum, Bugle
1863
$50.




Coincw-17.
Flags, Drum, Bugle
1863
$35.




Coincw-41.
Not One Cent
1863
$31.




Coincw-47.
Not One Cent
1863
$48.




Coincw-40.
Not One Cent
1863
$41.




Coincw-51.
U.S. Civil War Token
Army and Navy
$20.




Coincw-32.
Army and
Navy
$25.




Coincw-27.
Army and
Navy 1863
$42.




Coincw-45.
The Flag of our
Union 1863
$25.




Coincw-44.
Army and
Navy
$35.




Coincw-35.
Our Navy
Head
$25.




Coincw-11.
Our Navy
Union
$49.

 


Coincw-18.
Union
1863
$39.

 


Coincw-29.
Our Army
1864
$39.

 


Coincw-30.
Redeemed at
D.L. Wing & Co.
$25.


   


Coincw-52.
US Civil War Token
Union For Ever 1863
- Sold -
 


Coincw-53.
US Civil War Token
My Office 1863
$35.



Coincw-54.
US Civil War Token
Our Navy
$25.



Coincw-55.
US Civil War Token
Army and Navy 1863
$35.


U.S. Civil War Era Coins


Coincw-50.
U.S. 1818 Coronet
Head Onc Cent
- Sold -
 


Coincw-39.
Flying Eagle Penny
1858
$60.