Re: North West Token...Copy Or Counterfeit?
This is an extremely good likeness of a genuine NW token, and would be a terrific example of this token for the collector who could not afford the $12-$18K this nice an example would cost them.
All but one of the genuine pieces have a hole. The unholed piece is in the Canadian Currency Museum in Ottawa as far as I know.
Copy and counterfeit seem virtually synonymous. It would be much clearer if this piece was stamped with 'copy' on the reverse. Seller states it is a copy, so he is not trying to deceive. However, there is a chance that the next owner may not have the same integrity. Hope this helps.
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