We are always looking for interesting exonumia to purchase. If you have any of the following items, please email us for a quote: American Indians; A.N.A. awards and other medals; Animals; Anti-slavery tokens and medals; Apothecary weights; Asian-American tokens; Automotive (tokens and medals, like GM’s 25th Ann.); Aviation tokens and medals; Beer and booze tokens; Bimetallic tokens; Brothel tokens (genuine only!); Brunswick Balke tokens; Canadian, Breton tokens; Charge coins; Circus tokens; Civil war tokens, store cards, patriotics and sutler tokens and encased postage; Coal tokens; Elongated coins, half-cents to $20 gold; Communion tokens; Counterstamped coins; Dairy tokens; Encased coins, half cents through $20 gold pieces; Counters; Cut-out coins; Fairs and expos; Error tokens; Fakes/fantasies; Hard Times tokens; Europe (France, England, Germany and Italy tokens); KKK tokens; Latin America, including South and Central America Mexico and the Caribbean tokens; Lincoln tokens, medal and plaques; Love tokens; Lumber tokens; Masonic “penny” tokens; Medical tokens and medals; Magic tokens; Medical (quack!) Batteries; Military, U.S; Miniatures; Oceania, including Australia; Picker tokens, Playboy collectibles, political tokens and medals; Prison money; Relic tokens and medals; Repoussee (popout) coins; Rulau/Miller tokens; Saloon tokens; Scouts, boy and girl; Sales tax tokens; Shell cards; Ships, tokens and medals; So-called dollars and half dollars; Space tokens and medals; Spiel marke; Spinner tokens; Sports tokens and medals; Swastika tokens; Telephone tokens; Theater tokens and medals; and Washington tokens and medals.
We also seek medals of all persuasion, such as Society of Medallists, Greengarden, Circle of Friends, Old Time Assay Commission, various statehood medals, World’s Fair awards and commemorations, life saving, art deco and many others. Ask!
March 30-April 2, 2017
Michigan State Numismatic Society
April 14-16, 2017
Central States Numismatic Society
April 26-29, 2017
Pennsylvania Association of Numimatics
May 11-13, 2017
Garden State Numismatic Society
May 18-20, 2017
June 22-25, 2017
Paul A. Cunningham is a nationally known authority on American exonumia from the time period of the United States Civil War to the present. He has been involved in exonumia since the late 1960s. He is a Life Member of the American Numismatic Association, The Token and Medal Society (TAMS), the Civil War Token Society (CWTS) and the American Vecturist Association (AVA). He is also a Charter Member of the Casino Chips and Gaming Token Collectors Club, the National Token Collectors Association (NTCA), and the National Scrip Collectors Association. He has served as President of TAMS, CWTS and NTCA and was an officer of the AVA. He is currently serving his second term as CWTS President.
He has authored four exonumia books including the long awaited Lincoln's Metallic Imagery, published July 2015. He has published more than 20 other titles for organizations such as the Elongated Collectors and for private collectors. His articles have appeared in many numismatic and exonumic journals. He published the journals of TAMS and CWTS for more than 25 years. You can find him at dozens of coin shows every year.