Here are some sites didn't really fit into the other catagories. Plus, some sites
only loosely related to tokens, but I thought might be of interest to some token
- Barak page;
The modern medieval trade token of the SCA. Pages do not seem to have been
updated in a while, but still has some good info.
- Shire Post is
making a series "coins" struck in limited quantities from handmade
dies. They started with a bunch of Tolkein-inspired designs, but ran into
some copyright issues. Currently (12/03) they have a couple of semi-Tokein
coins, a Klingon coin, and some other issues. Neat stuff, and reasonably priced.
- Grunal Moneta make medieval-style
hammered "coins" from handmade dies. Sells some "standard"
coins, and also makes custom dies.
- Play Money Lots of
scans of various types of play money, by Richard and Wendy Clothier. Page
takes a while to load, and would benefit from some information about the items,
but worth checking out! Richard has written a 52-page listing of play money
"Play Money of American Children" which I strongly recommend to anyone interested
in play money (page scans are available on the web page).
- Numismatic Dimensions,
scans and info on both coins and tokens. Focus on items with holes, also some
good info on African items. Not a whole lot of tokens, but has some interesting
modern items I haven't seen anywhere else. Worth a look!
of Amusement device suppliers
- Report about the
arcade industry, RePlay Magazine, May 1998
- Dan's virtual coin collection.
Has some token scans in "US" section, also a few more scattered in foreign
- NY Subway tokens
and general information about the New York Subway system.
Casino chip/token page - lots of info!
- Chip Connection,
casino tokens and other gambling-related collectibles.
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