Old Pueblo Coin of Tucson, Ariz., released a 1-ounce copper token in celebration of the company’s 30th year in business.
Rob Weiss, who started the business in 1982, has issued an Arizona Token of Appreciation, good for $2.50 in trade that can be redeemed any time at Old Pueblo Coin.
The obverse features the 1792 silver dollar design, with an inscription, “IF LOST PLEASE RETURN TO OLD PUEBLO COIN.”
The reverse inscriptions include “CELEBRATING OUR 30TH YEAR,” “WWW.OLDPUEBLOCOIN.COM,” “$2.50 IN TRADE,” “1982-2012” and “TUCSON, ARIZONA.”
The token has a reeded edge and is made of .999 fine pure copper medal weighing a total of 1 ounce. It measures 39.5 mm in diameter and is in prooflike condition.
The tokens are available to collectors for $5 each, postpaid. They can be ordered by calling (520) 881-7200, visiting www.oldpueblocoin.com, or sending payment to Old Pueblo Coin, 4420 E. Speedway Blvd., Suite 100, Tucson, AZ 85712.
Old Pueblo Coin has been a member of the American Numismatic Association, the Professional Coin Grading Service and the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation since its founding. The firm deals in coins, currency, gold and silver, autographs, stamps and other collectibles. It offers coin and stamp supplies for the collector, as well as free online appraisals and weekly online auctions and eBay sales.
For more about the token or Old Pueblo Coin, visit the company’s website, or email email@example.com.