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Oregon Centennial Tokens
also called a "So-Called Dollar"

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  1. were a type of trade token issued during the 1959 Oregon Centennial

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 23, 2009
  2. The tokens range in size from 32 to 40 millimeters in diameter

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  3. Many localities sold them as a fundraiser to finance their Centennial celebrations

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  4. The Northwest Specialty Sales Co. created several prototypes and induced 38 localities to purchase the tokens

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