Among the more unique and individualized love tokens are those with messages and sayings.  The messages and meanings can vary widely.

       
    Is this a book club, Bible for
church, or an elderly homebound
   person wanting to be read to?
Engraved “July 22 1877″ and “IF I
don’t see you again-Hello!”  Dime 
 size engraved “CEB” on reverse.
    “I’m never, never sick at sea” 
        and dates engraved on 
             1889 silver dollar.
   “Sweet bye and bye” engraved 
         “SSL 1885″ on reverse.
 
“To A Buddy Grady Stivison from Ted Gomez A Buddy” 1925 Mercury dime.  Could have been buddies during WW II and engraved on an older dated dime.        “WHEN THIS YOU SEE
     REMEMBER  ME”  Classic
  saying used on prisoner tokens,
   coins engraved by prisoners
    shipped to penal colonies in
  Australia. This one, a later date. 

          
           1892 Barber half dollar.
         “Ernie born Sep. 14, 1889
               died Apr.1, 1895″

                 

                  “Foolish Joe”

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