Pixie Kitchen & Pixieland Token

by Donald D's.
(Anchorage, AK.)

Amusement Token from Pixieland

Amusement Token from Pixieland

I collect trade tokens and came across this one.

It is well worn from much use, I imagine. The other side is the same, but says, "Pixie-Kitchen" at the top instead of "Pixieland." It pictures Little Toot, the train!

This token was probably used in some type of amusement games.


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Dec 25, 2014
Pixieland Coins/Pixieland
by: Larry

I believe it was in the late 1960's my father-in-law bought stock in what was to be the Disneyland of the Oregon Coast, PIXIELAND.

If I remember right, it was the owners of the Pixie Kitchen restaurant that started building Pixieland.

They ran short of money and started selling stocks. Anyone who bought stocks also got a few different Pixieland souvenirs, Pixieland coins included.

Needless to say, Pixieland was a flop, didn't last but a year maybe two and is now all grown over.

So any of these coins found are from the late 60's and what coins were made is all that will ever be.

May 08, 2013
I Have Pixieland Tokens, Too!
by: Anonymous

I have a Pixieland token and also a Fort Cody Good Luck Token.

The Fort Cody Trading Post token is from North Platte, Nebraska, which is the home town of Buffalo Bill and William F. Cody.

Jan 21, 2012
Found A Pixieland Token
by: Anonymous

I just found one of these Pixieland tokens in a silver/chrome finish that I must have bought when I was a kid.

It's in perfect condition from sitting in a box for all these years. Good memories, probably little value though.

Aug 20, 2011
Silver Pixieland Coin
by: Anonymous

I found one of these out in a shed of an old house that I now live in...a silver Pixie Land Kitchen coin.

It's really hard to make out what the train picture is. I cleaned it up and can just barely make out the train on either side.

What a neat little bit of history :-)

Jun 08, 2011
Pixieland Tokens
by: Anonymous

the Pixieland/Pixie Kitchen tokens were sold at both establishments, but not for use in any amusement games, but simply as a souvenir.

You purchased them for 25 cents as I recall from a machine similar to the ones they have all over now that flatten and stamp coins, although these tokens were already made and dispensed from these machines.

I have 5 or 6 here from back when I was a child and we would visit Pixieland.

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