Below please find a Cincinnati & Covington Ferry Company token.
This particular specimen is neat because not only does it fit into the Civil War Token category, but also Transportation.
Cataloged as OH165W-1a by the Melvin and George Fuld, it also has the Atwood-Coffee catalog number of OH-166-A.
Listed as R-3 by Fuld, the specimen was used as a fare token for passenger ferry crossing between Cincinnati OH and Covington KY, on the Ohio River.
Despite being listed as only an R-3, I have seen a scant few of these tokens available over the last several years. I estimate it to be somewhere between VF and VF-25.
The company itself was in business for about 53 years; having been founded in 1814 around the time when Covington itself was chartered.
The service thrived until John Roebling designed a suspension bridge which connected the two towns. The bridge opened on December 1st 1866. Only four months later did the ferry line fold and shut down.