April 29, 2005

New Price List from P. Flanagan & Associates: The April 2005 price list has just arrived in the mail from P. Flanagan & Associates ... there are more than 250 conders listed as well as more than 100 17th and 19th century tokens, and key reference books for token collectors such as the 2004 Dalton & Hamer reprint. For more information email, call or write to x.flan@verizon.net ; (360) 240-8366 from 11AM to 11PM PST; Phil Flanigan PO Box 1288 Coupville WA 98239.

April 26, 2005

CTCC Journal Volume X Number 1 Spring 2005: The latest issue of the indispensible CTCC publication arrived in the mail just yesterday. Features include "Token Tales - Pidcock's Exchange, Exeter 'Change" by R.C. Bell, "Skidmore Churches" by Simon Monk, "The Essex D&H 42 (Leigh): The Church Belies It" and "Abstracts of Some Recent Acedemic Literature" by Tony Fox, "Talbot, Allum, and Lee - the 'Conder Token' that Never Was" by Bill McKivor, "Looking at 'Conder' Castles" by Tom Fredette, "The Conder Token Bookshelf" by Michael Grogan and more. The quarterly Journal comes with membership in the Conder Token Collector's Club. Contact Gregg Moore (gregg.moore@comcast.net) for further membership info or visit the Conder Token Collector's Club web site for further CTCC info.

April 13, 2005

Charles Davis Numismatic Literature Auction: Catalogue for a Mail bid sale with 790 lots offered closing 7 May 2005 arrived yesterday from Charles Davis. Charles Davis can be reached at P.O. Box 547 Wenham MA 01984 USA, (978) 468 2933 or numislit@aol.com and at his VCOINS or ABEBOOKS websites.

April 11, 2005

Copper Corner List #40: Bill McKivor of The Copper Corner has sent out List #40 for April-June 2005 ... it's a large list and it very likely does include "something for everyone". Bill can be reached at Copperman@thecoppercorner.com .

April 06, 2005

Postal Auction 33 at Simmons Gallery: This auction which was just announced by Howard & Frances Simmons of Simmons Gallery includes Conders as lots 44-80. In all there are over 600 lots of British and foreign tokens from 17th-20th centuries, advertising tokens, pub checks, theatre & leisure passes, tool checks machine tokens, mining tokens (including S African diamond mines), imitation spade guineas, unoffical farthings, toy money, union badges, monnaie de singe, royal commemoratives and medals with local history, calendar medals and prizes for schools and for music prowess. The auction closes on 27 April 2005.