Y. M. K. Storecard, Jeton, Russia

Y. M. K. Storecard, Jeton, Russia

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This Y. M. K. storecard was made in Russia in 1824, during the reign of Alexander I, who ruled Russia from 1801-1825. Storecards were used as a form of payment employers would use to pay their workers. An employer would give the storecard token to their workers and the token could then be redeemed at any of the employer’s establishments. These were personal to specific employers.
Obverse inscription: H:3 1824гo Г.
Reverse inscription: Y. M. K.
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Object Name
date made
ca 1824
place made
Russia: Russia
Physical Description
metal (overall material)
ID Number
catalog number
accession number
Credit Line
Willis H. du Pont
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National Museum of American History
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