Made of aluminum, about the size of a silver dollar. These were often used in taverns as a gambling item. One of the players would spin the “coin”. When it came to rest the arrow would point at one of the participants. That person would buy a round of drinks. I'm aware of only a small group of these marked “Creek Chub” so the company either had them made in limited numbers or these were “salesman samples” from the maker who was trying to get an order from CCBCO.