to our web site, which contains
details of many items from our latest
coin, medal, and token lists.
The latest update contains details of Token List 14. We also have a
new book available,
Chinese Labour Corps
by Gregory James, which is
exclusive to us.
We have listed all
these sub-sections of tokens and
medallions in order – those that don’t
fit easily into a specific area are
listed in no order at all in the
18th – 19th century tokens.
Fruit-pickers and farm tokens
Refreshment & Inn Checks
Bonus & Dividend checks
Spade Guineas and Half-Guineas.
School Attendance medals
Medallions of local interest (ie with
a town name)
Miscellaneous British tokens &
Miscellaneous Foreign tokens &
Cased Tokens & Medallions.
BOOKS, new & second-hand.
we have been busy exhibiting at
most of the major coin and medal
shows here in England, in Europe
and the Far East... As we sell and
buy at these Shows, many other
medals and groups have passed
through our hands that never got
to these pages. We welcome your
wants lists, with no obligation.
collectors please note that as we
attend many shows, both in the UK and
abroad, we get to see a great deal of
material, much of which we buy and
sell before it ever reaches our
listings; we are always pleased to
receive your wants list, which we will
attend to on a ‘no-obligation’ basis;
ie just because we may have located a
note you are seeking, you are not duty
bound to buy it; equally we don’t jack
the price up because we know you need
collectors please note that we have in
stock the useful RYKER cases – in 2 sizes : A3 and A4.
(You see most dealers using them for
display). Priced as before - £12 and £7.50
respectively, even though they are
priced to us in US $ ! Because the
lids are glass, we post these out via
Insured Registered post, thus
incurring an extra £6 per order.
very careful to keep all our records
confidential; no-one else has access
to our name and address database, and
we hope this way to send the correct
list(s) to the right collector; it is
a waste of resources to send you the
wrong list, if you do not collect
what’s listed in it.
We are, as always, happy to receive
your wants lists , and we may well
have just what you’re after. As there
is usually only one item per
description, it would help if you
could state any alternatives that
would be acceptable, if your first
choice has gone; otherwise, please
telephone me with details of those
items you wish to order - they will be
reserved for you for three days, to
allow your payment to arrive.