The Kingdom of Hawaii issued copper cents in 1847 and silver dimes, quarters, half dollars, and dollars in 1883. These coins lost their legal tender status in 1900 when Hawaii became a U.S. territory.
Private tokens were also struck starting in 1860 and circulated widely until the end of the century.
Well struck and nearly mark-free with lustrous mahogany-brown surfaces.
Wailuku Plantation. Well struck original medium brown surfaces. A token issued by Wailuku Plantation to be equivalent to 12 1/2 cents and struck by a Maui blacksmith. Very scarce with only 20 pieces graded by PCGS in all grades combined.
Well struck with satiny white luster. Housed in an old green label holder.
A beautiful attractively toned coin from an original roll that was just graded at PCGS!