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Amusement token?

Started by Figleaf, April 08, 2012, 07:57:36 PM

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Figleaf

This highly uninformative token looks like it was part of the equipment of a theme park, but Uncle Google provides no clues. It comes in at 6.3 gr, 25.0 mm.

Peter
An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

FosseWay

Based purely on the orientation of the globe, I'd plump for a UK (or possibly Irish) origin over an American/Australian one, but can get no further.

africancoins

Not one I recognise.

Thanks Mr Paul Baker


Figleaf

Unfortunately, let the fun shine in is a marketing cliché and not much of a clue. Couldn't find the multiple globes on the casino site and have the impression that it is a virtual casino only, so it doesn't need tokens. Fosseway's point is well taken. Thanks all for your efforts.

Peter
An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

Prosit

In the US the phrase "let the fun shine in" has been used a million times but less than a million and two. Unfortunately you are right, it doesn't provide a very helpful clue. The globes make it a nice looking token though.

Pretty sure it was even used in several popular songs.

Dale


Quote from: Figleaf on April 09, 2012, 12:09:49 AM
Unfortunately, let the fun shine in is a marketing cliché and not much of a clue. Couldn't find the multiple globes on the casino site and have the impression that it is a virtual casino only, so it doesn't need tokens. Fosseway's point is well taken. Thanks all for your efforts.

Peter