Links relating to production of tokens:
- IDX makes tokens with
a distinctive "spiral" marking near the edge.
- Millenium Mark
- Established in 1999 to supply Mark Tokens to celebrate the New Millennium.
Has since expanded to supplying Masonic regalia as well as tokens. Based in
- Mauquoy Token Company,
a Belgian company founded in 1875, makes many kinds of tokens, including metal,
bimetal, and plastic. Website in English, French, and Dutch has quite a bit
of information, though it looks like you have to write in for pricing.
- Hoffman Mint, "The largest
private mint on the West Coast." This mint used to be named "Hoffman & Hoffman"
(until sometime in 1999?) and is the source of all the tokens marked "HH."
After the name change, they have started useing the mintmark "HM." Alert!
follow the "tokens" link on their main page, and you can download two pages
of "standard" tokens designs in pdf format! Cool!
- Roger Williams Mint
"The largest privately owned mint in the US." This is the source of all the
tokens marked "RWM."
- Eurocoin Site is mostly
about arcade and gaming equipment, but check index for a page about tokens.
Token page includes an intriguing image of what seem to be some bimetallic
- Grunal Moneta
make medieval-style hammered "coins" from handmade dies. Sells some
"standard" coins, and also makes custom dies.
- Old Time Wooden Nickel
Creates custom wooden nickels. This web site also has some history and information
about wooden nickels.
- Tokens Direct (part
of Osborne, see below) has a nice web site about the tokens they sell.
- Patrick Mint
makes tokens with stock image on one side, and custom message on the other.
Many stock images are replicas of early American coins. Also sells their overstock
as bulk lots. Looks pricy, but high quality.
- Osborne Coinage makes "Optically
Encoded Security Tokens." Osborne has produced some arcade and casino
tokens ("oc" mintmark) but they are not mentioned on the web page.
Precision Machining looks like they may do token dies (as well as
a lot of other machining).
- Chipco International makes
casino chips, and also seems to carry some supplies for collectors.
- The Franklin Mint is
best known for general "collectables" but also has made tokens and
medals (both "collectable" and "circulating").
- Promotional Products
offers tokens, I'm not sure if they make them, or just subcontract out to
Enterprises in India makes a variety of metal hardware, badges, and
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