Links to information about tokens:
- Facebook - There doesn't seem to be much token activity on Facebook, but
here are a couple pages I've found: Louisiana
Trade Tokens, Transportation
Token Collectors, National
Token Collector's Association (NTCA),
Station "Coin Game" tokens - These tokens show up a lot in junk
boxes, if you've ever wanted to know more about them, this page is excellent!
Focus is mostly on the "Shell Mr. Presidents" game, but also has
information about others.
- Mals Weights
- pictures and information about "weights and measures" tokens,
also some other pages about carwash, toilet, parking, and vending tokens.
- Florida's Lost Parks
- list of closed amusement parks in Florida. Some just have the name,
others have a page of information about them.
a web site devoted to parking tokens, also has some telephone and carwash.
- Richard's Token Database
images and info about lots of token, mostly US trade tokens, but some other
types and foreign tokens as well.
Ceylon Coffee tokens page
- pictures and information about these tokens, which were issued in the mid-late
- Play Money of American Children,
by Richard and Wendy Clothier. In 1985 Richard published a book about US play
money. He has now placed scans of each page of the book on this web page,
along with color scans of many pieces of play money.
- Coins of Panama - also
includes information on tokens and medals
Trade Tokens - history, articles, lots of token scan, lots of information
about LA tokens (not just trade tokens)
- Exonumist.com - scans of
1020 transporations tokens, organized by state. Also list of transportation
tokens available for trade
- Apothecary Weights
web page by David Coates
of the Lewis & Clark Exposition
- DogLicense.Org - web site
dedicated to collecting dog licenses (not really "tokens" but often
classed with "exonumia" so I'll include it here)
- Video Game Tokens
list - This group aims to catalog the many thousands of maverick video
game tokens that are not listed in 1984 Alpert and Smith’s catalog (must sign
up with Yahoo).
- Encased Collectors
International - on-line club for collectors of encased coins,
- California Gold,
Mike Locke has a great site with lots of information about these tokens!
- Good Luck
tokens and medals (20th century North American)
- Wooden Nickel Museum
- South Africa Tokens, also
coins and banknotes
- Fantasy tokens
(made for collectors and never used for the stated purpose). Ken Barr has
obtained permission to use Stephen Alpert's list on his web page. A great
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