There's still time to order all your coin, banknote and medal related goodies in time for Christmas!
For the UK any orders placed before Friday December 14 will be despatched post haste and should easily be with you in plenty of time for Christmas Day, however after that we can't guarantee you'll get everything you ask Santa for...! For non-UK orders we can't guarantee delivery now unfortunatley but anything ordered before December 6 should be with you in plenty of time - just be sure not to choose "standard" delivery as that will take a lot longer than airmail.
And just a quick note - if you are buying as a Christmas present please be sure to let us know in the "order notes" section - that way we won't spoil the surprise by sending it out early.
Features include: numismatic news; a "what's on" section that lets collectors know about fairs, societies, auctions etc.; an "ancients" section; "market scene" - where you can find out what has been happening in the sale rooms; information on tokens; numismatic book reviews; a banknote section and a directory that allows readers to see what lists the main dealers are offering that month.
The Turin Shroud
Volume 55, Number 12 / December 2018
It’s just a coin… SO after months of speculation the Treasury announced, on Monday, October 29, as part of the Budget report, that there was to be a “Brexit” coin. Apparently a 50p piece will be minted next year to commemorate/celebrate/mourn (depending on your viewpoint) our breaking away from the binding shackles/warm bosom of the EU. The coin will feature the date of Brexit, March 29, 2019 alongside the phrase “Peace, Prosperity and Friendship with all nations” and, as might be imagined, it hasn’t gone down well in some quarters. Either because the idea that the split with the EU should...Find out more Free trial issue
The worlds' only independent magazine devoted to medals and battles. Published 10 times per year, the magazine features articles, news, auction reports and the world renowned Medal Tracker service, invaluable when searching for lost medals and trying to re-unite broken groups. This service, like the classified advertising, is free to subscribers. Also included is the "what's on" section that lets collectors know about fairs, societies, auctions etc.
The Red Baron
Volume 57, Number 1 / January 2019
Colouring the past FOR those of you who don’t know the song “Green Fields of France” (originally written by Australian Eric Bogle but made famous by Irish band Davey Arthur and the Fureys), I urge you to listen to it and its lyrics if you can. It is written from the perspective of a traveller who sits down by the war grave of one William McBride and starts to ask the soldier some questions about how he died, what his funeral was like, whether he was remembered back home, his attitude to the war, etc. One line asks “are you a stranger without even a name, forever enshrined behind some old...Find out more Free trial issue
Christmas opening Hours
<p>The Token Publishing offices will be closed from 1.00pm on Friday December 21 and will reopen at 10.00am on Wednesday January 2.</p>Read more
<p>We'd like to wish all of our customers and readers a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Looking forward to seeing you in 2019!</p>Read more
The Red Baron
Colouring the past FOR those of you who don’t know the song “Green Fields of France” (originally written by Australian Eric Bogle but made famous by Irish band Davey Arthur and the Fureys), I urge you to listen to it and its lyrics if you can. It is written from the perspective of a traveller...Read more