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    New York City Token Coin Ring

    Genuine NYC Token Coin Ring

    • This coin was privately minted in the US for the NYC Transportation Authority in the 1970s. Out of the various versions used, we feature the "Y" cutout version in this design. The ring's composition is brass and it is specially coated for the wearer to display this piece without skin irritation.

      • Composition: Brass
      • Available in two beautiful finishes - patina or polished. Learn more.
      • Made in-house at our Reno, Nevada studio by a proud US Army veteran.
      • Delivered with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.
      • Free Lifetime Warranty
      • The SSF Guarantee: Not quite the right fit? No problem. We are happy to exchange for the right size. If you are unhappy with our products in any way, we're happy to exchange or give you a full refund


    • Buy with confidence without worrying what size to order. If the fit isn't perfect, it's easy to exchange with us. Click to view Sizing Guide.

    • "Would ya just watch the hair. ...?"

      Tony Morano in Saturday Night Fever is often one of the first images that comes to mind when we think about 1970s New York City. 

      That, or Studio54, or Mary Tyler Moore tossing her hat between the skyscrapers, or Pacino robbing a bank on a Dog Day Afternoon, or... (insert your own hip '70 NYC memory here).

      Back in the day, some of us got a pack of subway tokens each Monday morning so we could get to school for the week.

      They certainly didn't seem like much of anything then, but today, those Large Y Tokens are hard to come by. And they make fantastic coin rings!

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