Occasional Paper No. 1 of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society, this was a study of two small towns that relied on Copper mines from the 1890s until 1919 and the 22 merchants who issued tokens in the towns. All known tokens are illustrated. Greenwood remains the smallest city in Canada, and Phoenix later became the site of an open-pit mine, so only the Cenotaph and cemetery remain. 8½x 11 format, 62 pages, soft cover. We have only six copies left.
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