1838 Hard Times Token Am I Not a Woman and a Sister HT-81- XF-45

1838 Hard Times Token Am I Not a Woman and a Sister HT-81- XF-45

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"Am I Not A Woman and A Sister" Hard Time Token #81. This is a Very Nice Strong Strike!! Grade: Extra Fine-45. Interestingly, the "N" of "United" on the reverse of these tokens was engraved in the die backwards. This Kneeling Female Slave Token is an Anti-Slavery Large Cent Sized Token dated 1838.

As Eric P. Newman's research shows, the American Anti-Slavery Society, located at 143 Nassau Street, New York, commissioned the firm of Gibbs Gardner & Co. of Belleville, N.J. in 1837 to strike these copper tokens. The American Anti-Slavery Society began publishing the weekly newspaper, The Emancipator, on May 4th, 1833. This newspaper was published by Chalres W. Denison and edited by Joshua Leavitt. This token is an amazing piece of history not often found.

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