I'm quite new to the CCF fora. I revisited the large and wide ranging collection I stored in the late '70's and I've been acquainting and re-acquainting myself with it since 2017. A post on CCF steered me to http://tokencatalog.com
There I was able to trace many of the dozens of tokens I discover I possess. I also discovered that I had some yet unknown or crying out to be completed in that extensive catalogue. I use the same moniker, Kcm, there.
Unable to research a few, I was able to add to the data base -- and that brought a new kind of pleasure. Those I put up were assigned the TC (Token Catalog) numbers listed below. That's all you get, just a number, no comment of any sort. Their software does, where possible, assign attributions. I exploited the site to great advantage nonetheless. (Thank you! CCF) Those I list below are just what I had as supplements to their data base, hence I've already completed the labors of imaging these. If you find the time, I'd love it if you'd send your expert eye to forge any comment you're willing to offer. Of course, I'm curious to know ball-park values if any have any value.
If, by chance you're unfamiliar with this beast, threshold navigation at that site is a bit tricky. If you click on the Display Tokens box, you'll be given the needed search page.
TC-594787 APOTHECARY WEIGHT
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia County), U.S.A.
New York, New York (New York County), U.S.A.
TC-594788 Whitehead-Hoag Christmas token (32 mm.)
TC-594790 Mint token
Boston, Massachusetts (Suffolk County), U.S.A
TC-594791 Carolina Coal Co.
Attribution: Sanford, North Carolina (Lee County), U.S.A. [CA1]
TC-574488 (I completed thepre-existing listing with images and specs. only)
TC-596240 Concord Coach