Color Added to Black and White Image (Note: Color may not be exact)

Obverse Design "OFFICER'S CLUB" curves along the top. An bow-shaped ornament appears in the top middle. "FORT" is below the ornament, and "DAVIS" is below that, curving along the bottom edge. Long denticles along the edge.
Reverse Design "GOOD FOR" curves along the top. Large "5¢" in the center where is cent sign is almost vertical and under the "R". "IN TRADE" curves along the bottom. Partial circle of beads or possibly denticles along the edge. It appears that the coin die (and design) is too large for the coin planchet.
Metal Brass. Weight Unknown. Size and Shape Round, 21 mm in diameter.
Dates Issued Unknown.
Issuer Fort Davis, on the Atlantic side which opened in 1919.
Mintage Unknown.
Rarity Rare. Manufacturer Unknown. Other Catalog Numbers Asociación Numismático's F-145 (photo), Cunningham's CZ150 and Henkle's CZ-53.
Varieties Two varieties are known - one has a vertical cent sign and one has an angled cent sign.
Function Probably a mess token.
Population Count Three specimens in collector hands are known to me. I do not know of any recent sales.