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Cuba (Mayari), silver 1/2-real(?) token made from a US Seated Liberty half dime (1800s), very rare.

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money / Medals & Tokens Start Price:400.00 USD Estimated At:700.00 - 1,000.00 USD
Cuba (Mayari), silver 1/2-real(?) token made from a US Seated Liberty half dime (1800s), very rare.
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Cuba (Mayari), silver 1/2-real(?) token made from a US Seated Liberty half dime (1800s), very rare. 1.1 grams. A strange little piece with arms (lions/castles) covering the entire reverse and the obverse punched with MORALES Ho in a box above an incuse 1/2, all but the denomination matching a 20-centavos piece recently sold in Spain for 3000 Euros that shows DE MAYARI below the arms (beyond the flan-edge on this one), with traces of UNITED STATES OF AMERICA visible, toned AVF overall, with tiny hole at edge, possibly unique.