Obverse Design Curving all the way around, starting at the bottom middle: "THE N.C.O. CLUB OF ALBROOK FIELD". "CANAL" and "ZONE" in the center, with a wreath curving around on the right, left and bottom (top open). Circle of beads close to the edge. Smooth plain raised edge. Background is plain and smooth.
Reverse Design "GOOD FOR" curved along the top. Large "5" in the center with a serpentine pattern circle around it. "IN TRADE" curving along the bottom. Smooth plain raised edge. Background is a hatch pattern with small hatches in the center and large hatches near the edge.
Metal Aluminum. Weight Unknown. Size and Shape Round, 20 mm in diameter.
Dates Issued Unknown, but sometime between 1930 when the NCO club was built, and 1949 when Albrook Field became Albrook AFB.
Issuer Albrook Field.
Mintage Unknown.
Rarity Rare. Manufacturer Unknown. Other Catalog Numbers Cunningham's CZ30a, Curto's A413-5, Henkle's CZ-77 and Plumer page #1.
Varieties None known.
Function Service club token.
Population Count Three specimens in collector hands are known to me. I do not know of any recent sales.

Another Example of MT-52.05
Picture of another MT-52.05
Scale: 6 pixels equals one millimeter
Enhanced Scan of Black and White Photocopy

President Rémon of Panama Arriving at Albrook Field
President Rémon of Panama Arriving at Albrook Field
4x6 From Panama Magazine, February 1953. pc05-09