It is not difficult to stump us, Allie. And stump us you have. We have not see this particular token before but a Google search lead us to this picture from Charles Calkins.
As to value, Rich Hartzog of Exonumia.com reports the following:
This is a restrike from the US Mint of a medal first issued in 1864 to 1866. Anthony Paquet did the Washington side and William Barber the Lincoln side. It comes in two sizes. The mint sold these in recent decades for a few dollars each. A number of different similar pieces exist with Grant, Jackson and Garfield in various combinations with reverse dies. They are listed in the Julian book 'Medals of the United States Mint', which I stock on my exonumia book list.
A typical value today would be $10 to $50 depending on condition. Less wear and better eye appeal mean higher value.
CoinQuest thanks C. Calkins for use of this image. It's a beauty.