Tables of Contents
2021 through 2025



2021, Volume 61
(Greg Burns, Editor/Publisher)

Number 1 (January/February)

• The National Exposition of Railway Appliances Pintsch Gold Medal, by Larry Baer, p. 10
• Soldiers Homes and Their Tokens, by David E. Schenkman pp. 12-21
• An Enigmatic Pin, by Harry Waterson, pp. 22-25
• Hard Times Tokens: A Curious Political Currency of Uncertain Times, by Samuel Marknäs, pp. 26-27
• American Token Manufacturers & Their Agents, Excelsior Rubber Stamp Works—Akron, Ohio, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 28-29
• Mavericks, pp. 30-37
• Leslie M. Shaw, Governor of Iowa Mint Medal, by Larry Baber, pp. 39
• Farewells: D. Wayne (Dick) Johnson; Edward Rowen, Jr.; David R. Gosset, p. 40
• Encased Coins Information Resource, p. 41
• Ernie Nagy Publishes Numismatic Collateral of British and American Abolition, p. 41

Number 2 (March/April)

• Chinese-American Tokens: Chinese Language Legends, by Jerry Schimmel, pp. 54-58
• Mats Saloon of Umatilla, Oregon, by David Schenkman, p. 59
• Pennsylvania Railroad Employee Athletic Association Award Medals, by George S. Cuhaj, pp. 60-70
• The 1870 Boulder County Agricultural Society Silver Medal, by Fred N. Holabird, pp. 72-73
• The Occidental Hotel, Mendocino, California, by Merle Avila, p. 74
• American Token Manufacturers & Their Agents, Frederick Koch Company New York, New York, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 76-77
• Mavericks, pp. 78-82
• Farewells: Austin Moses Sheheen, Jr.; Henry Joseph ("Joe" Levine; Gene R. Hynds, p. 85

Number 3 (May/June)

• A Washington Token with Some Observations on the Early Career of Charles Cushing Wright, by Neil Musante, pp. 98-115
• American Token Manufacturers & Their Agents, Henry C. Kuhnheim Cincinnati, Ohio, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 118-119
• Mavericks, pp. 120-125
• New Catalog of Prison Scrip Released on Newman Portal, p. 126
• Farewells: Alan J. Miller; "Packy's Medalettes" (by Robert Maisch), pp. 126-127

Number 4 (July/August)

• C. & P. Melees Counterstamped Large Cent, by Ernie Nagy, pp. 142-144
• It's Time to Get it Right, by Larry Baber, p.145
• Bard Mercantile Company Token, Bard, California, by John Duff, pp. 146-148
• Tokens of the Havre, Montana, Co-Operative Association, by David E. Schenkman, p. 149
• Lingering Wisps of Blue Smoke: Santa Cruz, California, Cigar Tokens, by William D. Hyder, pp. 150-157
• When Do These Evolve From Souvenirs to Collectible Medals?, by Mark Benvenuto, pp. 158-159
• American Token Manufacturers & Their Agents, S. M. Spencer Manufacturing Company, Boston, Massachusetts, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 160-161
• Mavericks, pp. 162-167
• 1881 Yorktown, Virginia, Medal, by David E. Schenkman, p. 168
• JAHF (Jewish American Hall of Fame, p. 170
• Farewells: Daniel Allen Freeland, Sydney Furman Martin, Robert "Bob" Adams, p. 172

Number 5 (September/October)

• The Early Saloon Tokens of Station, Virginia, by Eric R. Schena and David E. Schenkman, pp. 186-189
• Chronicle of the Wallace Cafe, by Master Sergeant Ray Bows, US Army Retired, pp. 190-193.
• Jerome Monica of Sparks, Nevada, by Cole Hendrickson, pp. 194-196
• Origin and Evolution in the Use of Tokens in Brazil (1840s-1940s), by Alexandre O. F. De Barros, pp. 198-201
• Mavericks, pp. 202-208
• American Token Manufacturers & Their Agents, Weighing Brothers Manufacturing Company, Detroit, Michigan, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 210-211
• TAMS Meeting and Banquet, photos by John Wilson, pp. 212-215
• Farewells: Dorothy Carson Baber, Jerry Francis Schimmel, P. 216

Number 6 (November/December)

• Equal Public Transportation for All: Charlotte's Journey on the South Park and North Beach Line, by Michael Wehner, pp. 228-230
• So-Called Dollars from the 1876 Centennial Exposition included in the Red Book, by Jeff Shevlin, p.231
• Award Medals, Medalist, and Exonumia from Louisville's Southern Exposition, 1883-1887, by Mike Miller, pp. 232-237
• National Commemorative Medals as Awards and Varieties, by Ray King, p. 238-239
• The Clay Tokens of George Ohr, by Ellen Lippert, pp. 240-246
• 2021 Jewish-American Hall of Fame Medals Honor Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, the Creators of Superman, p. 248
• • American Token Manufacturers & Their Agents, George J. Mayer Company, Indianapolis, Indiana, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 250-251
• Mavericks, pp. 252-258
• Farewells: Jerome J. "Beany" Schaeper, Jr., Fred Leslie Reed III, p. 260

2022, Volume 62
(Greg Burns, Editor/Publisher)

Number 1 (January/February)

• Dunk the Druggist: One Dunk or Two?, by Craig Blackstone, pp. 8-9
• Robert Tansill, Chicago's Cigar King, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 10-14
• Game Tokens in Imitation of the Standing Liberty Quarter, by Jorge L. Crespo Armáiz, PhD, pp. 16-23
• The Shanghai Electric Construction Company and Its Elusive 3-Cent Token, by Jim Contours, pp. 24-26
• The Girl I Love, by David E. Schenkman, p. 27
• American Token Manufacturers & Their Agents, Fred C. Kautz and Company, Chicago, Illinois, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 28-29
• Mavericks, pp. 30-37
• Mel Wacks Judaica Art Medal Award Announced at FIDEM Tokyo 2020/2021

Number 2 (March/April)

• From William to Joe: 120 Years of Presidential Inaugural Medals, by Matthew P. Chiarello, pp. 52-53
• The Brown Brothers Shell Card Token from Pleasantville, Pennsylvania, by Tom Gardner, pp. 54-55
• The Red Rubber Stamp Man of San Francisco, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 56-61
• An Out of this World Experience, by Robert J. Mellor, pp. 62-63
• Two Countermarks From the Oil Rush Days of Olean, New York, by Craig Blackstone, pp. 64-65
• Ernest Bacher and the Union Saloon, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 68-69
• The Mysterious Moose Tokens, by Jim Contursi, pp. 70-71
• American Token Manufacturers & Their Agents, A. C. Gibson Company, Inc,, Buffalo, New York, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 72-73
• Mavericks, pp. 74-81
• Farewells: Edward William Bawden, Shane Michael Cornell, Glyn Vincent Faber, p. 85

Number 3 (May/June)

• 100% of Profits from Sale of Zelensky Medals will be Contributed to Help Ukrainians, p. 94
• The Shell Cards of the Island of St. Barts, by M/Sgt Ray Bows, US Army (retired), pp. 96-101
• A Very Subtle Medal, by Harry Waterson, pp. 102-107
• Did Victor D. Brenner's Art Inspire Hermon A. MacNeil's Standing Liberty Quarter?, by Lev Linkner and Jorge L. Crespo-Armáiz, pp. 108-111
• Nelson Churchill of Castle Rock, Washington, by Cole Hendrickson, pp. 112-113
• TAMS Election Candidates Biographies, pp. 114-115
• American Token Manufacturers & Their Agents, Chipron Stamp Company, Los Angeles, California, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 118-119
• 2022 American Medal of the Year (AMY) Award, p. 119
• Mavericks, pp. 120-127

Number 4 (July/August)

• What is a Short Bit?, by David E. Schenkman, p. 140
• The Crimean War Medal of San Francisco, by Michael F. Wehner, pp.142-144
• 2022 Commemorative 500th Anniversary of Luther's New Testament, p. 145
• The Evolution of a Little Paint Store, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 146-152
• Instant Winner, by Dan Rizzo, pp. 154-159
• American Token Manufacturers & Their Agents, J. L. Sommer Manufacturing Company, Newark, New Jersey, by David E. Schenkman, p. 160
• Mavericks, pp. 162-169
• Free the Bridges!, by David E. Schenkman, p. 170
• Farewells: Michael Melvin Greenspan, p. 171

Number 5 (September/October)

• Western Iconography on Some Far Eastern Tokens, by James Contursi, pp. 184-186
• Introducing Rick Gaetano, p. 186
• A Fine Find, by David Consolo, pp. 188-191
• The Many Faces of "Dr." John H. Pinkard, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 192-196
• Puerto Rico Plantation Tokens: An Overview and Bibliography Update, by Jorge L. Crespo Armátz, pp. 198-202
• Short Bits Revisited, by David E. Schenkman, p. 203
• Farewells: Frank George Pugliese, p. 203
• Mavericks, pp. 206-211
• TAMS Meetings and Banquet, photos by John Wilson, pp. 212-215