Printable Catalog with Mintage Statistics for Items Designed and Minted by Daniel Carr / Moonlight Mint.
Commemorative Tokens by Moonlight Mint & Daniel Carr

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2013-D Moonlight Mint Grabener Press

5th Anniversary Store Card Token

Catalog #

Size / Material

Finish

Final Mintage

Price

 

 

 

 

 

DC2013B 1

39mm, brass

Satin / Swirl PL

test

35

N/A

GP2013BP

39mm, brass

Swirl Proof-like

Sold Out

96

$15

GP2013CP

39mm, copper

Swirl Proof-like

Sold Out

122

$15

GP2013SP 2

39mm, 1 troy oz. silver

Swirl Proof-like

Sold Out

125

$65

Smooth edge. Obverse and reverse as shown, except DC2013B.

1) 2013 mining logo obverse (“316 Mining”, not shown) with
     DC Mint-Master reverse.
2) Edge marked “ONE TROY OZ . 999 SILVER”,
     except at least two with a completely blank edge.


2006-D US Denver Mint 100th Anniversary Centennial Token

(Private issue, symbolic token, not legal tender.)
(Reeded edge, except smooth edge on TAMS issues.)

Catalog #

Size / Material

Finish

Final Mintage

Price

 

 

 

 

 

0011BP

39mm, brass

Proof-like

SOLD OUT

200

$35

0011BS

39mm, brass

Satin/P-L 2

SOLD OUT

50

$25

0011SP

39mm, 1 troy oz. silver

Proof-like 1

SOLD OUT

150

$50

0011SS

39mm, 1 troy oz. silver

Satin/P-L 2

SOLD OUT

50

$45

0011PP

39mm, 1 troy oz.
.9995 palladium

Proof-like

SOLD OUT

5

$600

0011GP

39mm, 50 grams
24K gold

Proof-like

SOLD OUT

5

$1,600

TAMS11B 3

39mm, bronze

Semi P-L

?

N/A

TAMS11C 3

39mm, copper

Semi P-L

?

N/A

TAMS11S 3,4

39mm, 1 troy oz. silver

Semi P-L

?

N/A

TAMS11A 3

39mm, aluminum

Semi P-L

10

N/A

0011PD  5

39mm, copper

Satin

7

N/A

Brass and Silver issues have a $20 symbolic face value.
Palladium and Gold issues have a $100 symbolic face value.
Silver issues are marked “1 TROY OZ.  .999 SILVER” below shield.
Palladium issues are marked “ONE TROY OZ.  .9995 PALLADIUM” below shield.
Gold issues are marked “50 Grams  GOLD 24K” below shield.

1) First issue of 100 has satin-finish tympanum background.
    Second issue of 50 has slightly polished tympanum background.
    The difference between the two is very subtle.

2) Proof-like (polished window pane) on window side.
     Satin finish on shield side.

3) Token And Medal Society (TAMS) issue.
     Shows TAMS logo in place of shield.
    “TAMS 46th Annual Assembly” noted in front of window pane.
     Minted and sold by TAMS. See TAMS 2006 annual medal.
     Ten bronze and ten copper were given a post-strike antique finish.
     Those antiqued medals, along with the 10 aluminum medals,
     were available only in the 10 Special Sets.
     The silver medals in the Special Sets have edge numbers 1 through 10.
4) Individual serial number on edge.
5) Test strike in 2009 with a “1964” Peace Dollar obverse and shield reverse.