How much is a Missouri sales tax receipt coin?

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Missouri sales tax receipt coins are worth anywhere from $2.00 to $40.00. Missouri sales tax receipt coins are from the 1930's. They are from the Depression era. They were used when the sale's tax on an item was less than a cent.
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