|Statement||by Praful Thakkar.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||2009310647|
THE CIVIL WAR TOKEN COLLECTORS GUIDE, BRYON KANZINGER Tokens & Medals Commemorating the Battle Between the Monitor and Merrimac War of the Rebellion, Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Series II, Volume 7 The Lovett Cent a Confederate Story, Harold Levi & George Corell. Book Info: Thakkar Numismatic & Art Foundation, Cary, New York 88 pages + colour illustrations in vers. Contents: The work is a useful reference for collectors of Canteen Tokens issued in India since If you are interested in a token collection, consider U.S. trade tokens. After you find trade tokens for sale, you can place some of them into a picture frame to hang on your wall. You may also want to put antique and vintage tokens in a book to show your friends. Some of the oldest U.S. trade tokens were made before and during the American. The book is pages in length and features color photographs of many Utah tokens struck from the lates to the mids. The book is priced at $95, with an additional $10 for shipping. It can be ordered from the author at: All About Coins, East South, Salt Lake City, UT
Roman Gold & Silver Coins from India: A Collectors Guide Brief chapters on hoard finds and Indo-Roman trade, but essentially a guide to basic coin types for Indian collectors unfamiliar with Roman coins. 43p+8pl, sc, 7x", Rapson, E.J. And in true spirit of his life's motto, besides authoring several learned publications on Indian culture in Gujarati, he has authored. 1. Collector's Guide to Indian Canteen Tokens 2. Collector's Guide to Membership Badges of Turf & Race Clubs of India 3. Collector's Guide to Chronologies of Sultans, Rulers & Colonial Heads of India 4. As a first step, one book, 'Collector’s Guide to Indian Canteen Tokens', is already published. This Guide covers the subject of Indian Canteen Tokens found in canteens of different organizations. The Foundation has planned to publish a series of Collectors Guides, which helps to achieve its motto and create insight amongst the collectors. Another gem of a book from Mitch. This book covers the non-numismatic tokens from Indian sub-continent. A great reference for people interested in these areas like Ramatankas, Temple Tokens etc. This book also covers Independence tokens, Gold/Silver bullions, canteen tokens, famine tokens are covered.5/5(2).
Speaking of tokens Did any of you ever hear of a store card from Shade Mills Maryland probably dated from to ? I'm currently researching that store and wondered if they issued stor cards. I own their day book ledger that dates from to ( pages) The store owner was William Frost son of the founder of Frostburgh MD. Paul Foster Case is an authority of occult teaching, with particular emphasis on the Tarot. These prose poem styled meditations upon the symbolism of the cards and their relation to QBLH and other esoteric disciplines are provocative and densely packed with hints and revelations that provide a deeper understanding of the Major Arcana/5. Collector's Guide to Indian Canteen Tokens. This is a reference guide of canteen tokens issued in India since These metallic tokens were issued by various Government and Non-Government establishments like mills, mints, military, railways, banks, clubs, hotels, companies, factories, co-operatives, etc. for use in their own premises only. Showing Early Indian War haversack, McKeever Cartridge Boxes, Trowel Bayonet, Canteen, Metcalfe Cartridge Blocks in use on Trapdoor Rifle, .