1. Envelope with brass token “McNab & Horton, 1851”.
2. Photocopy of enlarged images of token.
3. Photocopy of cover sheet for book, “Communion Tokens of the Presbyterian Church in Canada” by Fred Bowman, published by the Canadian Numismatic Association, 1965. Also coversheet of booklet, “Canadian Communion Tokens ...” by Robert Wallace McLachlan, Montreal, 1891 (Reprint): On page 33, it shows the item, “98. MacNab & Horton — Church of Scotland”: “The tokens are on white metal” - illustrations.
3. Clipping of an item published in 1918 in the Renfrew Mercury, entitled “Laird McNab’s Coin”. It was reported that “a silver coin” was found, and this was attributed to the Laird of McNab. However, it is evident from the context that this was a token produced in 1851, probably the same as above.