Links to information about tokens:
- Facebook - I'm not on Facebook yet, but I probably should be soon, that
seems to be where people are getting together these days. There is a "Transportation
Token Collectors" Facebook group, probably others as well. As I find
out about them I will list them here.
- Mals Weights
- pictures and information about weigh tokens, toilet tokens, meter tokens,
and vending tokens. Focus seems to be England/Europe, but has lots of great
- 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.
- African tokens
page by Paul Baker
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,
- Token Coins -
page with some good general information about tokens
- Dale's page about Austrian
tokens, coins, and medals; and a page about tokens of the Austrian
- California Gold,
Mike Locke has a great site with lots of information about these tokens!
- Good Luck
tokens and medals
- Wooden Nickel Museum
- Strachan & Co The Forgotten
South African currency, the trade tokens of Strachan & Co
- 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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