Tokens hot at third Legacy sale

Canadian tokens garnered strong prices at day three of the Canadian Legacy Sale.
A 1886 numismatic medal, one of 11 struck, with the name E.A. Cardinal and stamped Montreal, but missing the word Canada sold for $3,000 plus buyer’s premium, exceeding the auctioneers’ estimate of $2,000.
For a complete listing of last night’s auction results, click here.

The four-day auction concludes tonight, featuring numerous banknotes. For a complete listing of items available, starting at 5:30 p.m., click here.

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