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    TOKEN FORT WINGATE, NEW MEXICO POST EXCHANGE 1868 - The post was reoccupied by troops accompanying the Navajo Indians when they were moved from the Reservation of Fort Sherman, New Mexico. The post was renamed Fort Wingate after the abandonment of an Army post of that name located near the present site of San Rafael, New Mexico.
    This token was good for 5 cents in merchandise token and appears to have been dug out of ground. Uniface token.

    Condition: very fine


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    November, 2007
    11th Sunday
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