By Ronald J. Benice
This reference paintings lists and describes all identified tokens (privately issued substitutes for cash) used from the Nineties gold rush via 1959, whilst Alaska received statehood. New to this version are tokens from the Yukon Territory, with vast assurance of Yukon tokens via 1989. Entries describe person tokens, are prepared alphabetically, and are divided into seven sections: conventional Alaska Tokens, Alaska Transportation Tokens, Alaska foodstuff Stamp switch Tokens, Alaska legal Tokens, steel id Chits, Yukon Territory metal Tokens 1897-1945, and Yukon Territory Plastic Tokens 1946-1989. for every token, details contains the provider, a actual and historic description, and present price.
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Extra info for Alaska and Yukon Tokens: Private Coins of the Territories, 3d ed.
Pearson, 1945–1959+. A. 00 57 1. Traditional Alaska Dome / Douglas Dome 1. Dome Cigar Store Probably William F. Voss, 1909–1914 in Dome and 1914–1922 in nearby Olnes which was, for a while, also known as Dome. A. 25¢ black on yellow cardboard, round, 38mm, R8? 1. Alaska Drug Co. R. B. Bell, druggist, stationery and music, 1911 –1912. A. 00 1. P. Bachia Paul Bachia, cigars and confectionery, 1912. A. 00 2. Butler Bros. Oliver M. and George W. Butler, wholesale and retail liquor, 1900–1904. A. 00 3.
Navada Bar, McCutchen & Grifﬁths Herbert Hazard McCutcheon and Morris “Wat” Grifﬁth, 1911. ) 38 Chitina / Chomly 1. Traditional Alaska A. 121 ⁄ 2¢ copper, round, 29mm B. 00 5. Overland Hotel 1915–1917, George Blouen, then Knute Nafsted. A. 00 6. C. A. Simon Charles A. Simons (sic), c. 1915–1916. See Chisana 3. A. 00 7. Tom Smith Restaurant and confectionery, 1927. A. 00 8. L. C. Stringer Louis C. Stringer, c. 1910. A. 121 ⁄ 2¢ brass, round, 21mm, R7 B. 25¢ brass, round, 24mm, R7 Chomly 1. Alaska Paciﬁc Fisheries Salmon cannery, 1912–1925.
25¢ obverse; One meal reverse B. 00 Canyon City 1. Red Onion Restaurant 1898. Technically, these are single-use vouchers, numbered, dated and issued to a speciﬁc individual by the Dyea Klondike Transportation Company. A. 00 Cape Edwards 1. Deep Sea Salmon Co. 1914–1927. A. B. C. D. E. 00 Cape Lisburne / Cape Newenham 32 1. Traditional Alaska Cape Lisburne 1. 711 AC&W NCO Open Mess 1952–1959+. A. B. C. D. 00 Cape Newenham 1. 794 AC&W NCO Open Mess 1952–1959+. A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. 00 33 1.
Alaska and Yukon Tokens: Private Coins of the Territories, 3d ed. by Ronald J. Benice