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Good Luck Token with Pre-Nazi Swastika

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US Coins777 of 1038Liberty one dollar good coin, no date stampGold Coin
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    Posted 7 years ago

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    This is an old, pre-WWII good luck token. It has a swastika on the crystal ball, as well as on the other side (along with all of the other usual good luck symbols: rabbit's foot, wishbone, etc.) But this pre-dates the hijacking of that ancient symbol by Adolph & his gang of morons. It reads "The All Seeing Eye Guards You From Evil" on one side and "Good Luck Will Accompany The Bearer" on the other side. It's made of bronze and is approximately the size of a half dollar. I bought it at a coin shop a coupla years ago for $8.00. I'm not absolutely sure of it's actual age. I suspect that it may be a reproduction, but it might just be the real thing. If anyone out there knows about good luck tokens, and the origin of this particular token, I would really appreciate any info. Thanks for looking!


    1. KillsBugsDead KillsBugsDead, 7 years ago
      thanks, Jason! I was hoping it was, but just wasn't sure.
    2. allietanner, 6 years ago
      I found one of these coins. Do people collect these?
    3. allietanner, 6 years ago
      I found this today on October 10th 2012 at 7:16 pm.
    4. KillsBugsDead KillsBugsDead, 6 years ago
      I've come to realize over the years that there are collectors out there for almost anything that exists
    5. lugnuts, 1 year ago
      So what did you end up doing with it? My dog found one for me today digging in the back yard.
    6. LaurenRedmond LaurenRedmond, 1 year ago
      The 'all seeing eye' reminds me a bit of the Freemasons for some reason?
    7. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 1 year ago
      This is kind of neat. I have fortune cards that came out of fortune telling machines with similar images. I know some of my cards were from machines in Boston and some NYC back in the late 20's and 30's. My mother was a college student back then and she loved the fortune telling machines.

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