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It's been said that more deals are made at the 21 Club than on the stock market floor!

The 21 Club, often simply 21, is a restaurant and former prohibition-era speakeasy, located at 21 West 52nd Street in New York City.

This is a really cool, 1950s era spinner token from the 21 Club. Spinner tokens were fun, little promotional items back in the day.

The obverse reads,
"Jack & Charlie's 21, New York" with the "21" being on the relief image of the iron gate in the center.

The reverse pictures one of the lawn jockey statues, located just outside the 21 Club. "21" is embossed just below the jockey's feet. There's a arrow image on this side of the token.

There's a tiny raised dot in the very center of the front of the token...that's how it spins. This token would have been used to see who pays for the next round of drinks. Simply spin the token, and watch where the arrow stops. Fun!

This particular spinner token has an added bale at top, along with a ball chain.

It is made of a silver plated metal, maybe brass. It's in excellent condition on both sides.

1-1/4" diameter

Thanks for looking!

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1950s Jack and Charlie's 21 Club, New York City. A promotional advertising spinner token.