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Just discovered a site called The Broken Token today. The site carries a few different styles, which means it can fit different themes or even just be different money for different areas. I have not purchased any of these, but they appear to be a decent scale, and the reviews seem happy with the quality. The primary downfall is the price, paying roughly a ...


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Well, if you're in the United States, the easiest and cheapest option for coppers and silvers would be to use pennies and nickels. .50–$2 a roll and available at any bank (or even the supermarket). For goldtone, in real metal, search Ebay for "pachislo (coins,tokens)" (the goldtone ones) or "vintage Mardi Gras doubloons" (aluminum, not plastic, and ...



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