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N. A. S. C. Birmingham

Started by Figleaf, April 16, 2022, 04:19:13 PM

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Figleaf

This token says : born in Birmingham. A local offshoot of Nordisk Automat Service?

Peter

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

africancoins

Some tokens of "The O.K. Mint Vender" also had the same cross on each side as seen on each side of that N.A.S.C. Birmingham piece. That includes such "The O.K. Mint Vender" types as Hayes-291.8 which is one of the token types that the British Machine Tokens listings by Ralph Hayes mentions were ordered from The Birmingham Mint in 1925-1928. That gives a good date estimate for the N.A.S.C. Birmingham token types as they all include that cross to each side (and other similarities). The N.A.S. of this topic seems to be more recent. Information about the issuer "N.A.S.C. Birmingham" seems to be at least difficult to find.

Thanks Mr Paul Baker

Figleaf

Thank you Paul. That C wasn't there until you told me it was :)

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