Conder Token Collector's ClubContacts: E-mail Copperman@thecoppercorner.com, Club President, Phone (206) 244-8345.
Mail to Bill McKivor, PO Box 46135, Seattle, WA 98146, USA.
The Conder Token Collector's Club welcomes all numismatists with an interest in the British Provincial tokens of the late 18th Century, otherwise known as "Conder tokens," after James Conder, whose name appears on some of the tokens. Officially, "Conder tokens" may include British and Irish tokens from 1787 to 1804.
- For an introduction to the tokens, click on the "Intro" button above.
- For a more detailed history of the tokens and Great Britain at the time, click on the "History" button.
- For more information about the club and club membership, click on the "About CTCC" button.
Sample pages from three recent editions of The Conder Token Collector's Journal have been added.
- For some related websites, click on the "Links" button.
- See some of our sponsoring token dealers.
- Thank you for your interest in the CTCC!
News - CTC Journal!
New! The current issue of The Conder Token Collector's Journal, consecutive issue #68 dated Winter 2014/15, has been produced and mailed to members. U.S. members should have received their copies no later than mid-January 2015. Not sure about your membership status? Contact Eric Holcomb to inquire.
The Conder Token Collector's Journal, consecutive issue #67 dated Spring 2014, has been produced and mailed to members. U.S. members should have received their copies no later than late May 2014. Not sure about your membership status? Contact Eric Holcomb to inquire. Extra copies were printed in case you're late renewing for 2014!
The Conder Token Collector's Journal, consecutive issue #66 dated Winter 2013, has been produced and mailed to members. U.S. members should have received their copies no later than the week of Jan 27-31, 2014.
The Conder Token Collector's Journal, consecutive issue #65 dated Fall 2013, was produced and mailed to members. U.S. members should have received their copies no later than the week of Sep 30-Oct 4, 2013.
News - CTCC Meetings!
New! A CTCC meeting will be held at the ANA National Money Show in Portland, Ore., March 5-7, 2015. The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m., Friday, March 6, in room E-143 in the convention center.
A CTCC meeting was held at the ANA World's Fair of Money in Chicago/Rosemont, Ill., August 5-9, 2014. The meeting was on Thursday, August 7 from 6 to 7 p.m. Jon Lusk gave an interesting talk as usual.
The CTCC held a meeting at the Whitman Baltimore Winter Expo, November 7 - 10, 2013 at the Baltimore Convention Center. The CTCC meeting was on Saturday, November 9. Members and guests were asked to bring a favorite Conder token or two to share with others.
A CTCC meeting was held at the ANA World's Fair of Money in Chicago/Rosemont, Ill., August 13-17, 2013. The meeting was on Thursday, August 15 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. Friends also gathered for a reception and tribute to Dr. Richard Doty on Saturday, August 17, at 9 a.m. at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare. Doty also received the ANA Lifetime Achievement Award (posthumously) at the ANA banquet.
News - Other
UK members please note that Alan Judd has a new address - see info page (updated 12/14/2014).
In Memoriam - Dr. Richard Doty. As reported by CTCC President Bill McKivor, "Dr. Doty is a familiar name in the CTCC, he was the first president of the club, and has written many books on our tokens, including The Soho Mint and the Industrialization of Money in 1998. He was also the curator of the National Money Museum at the Smithsonian, but was always available to talk about tokens and life. One of the good guys, Richard passed away June 2, 2013. His wife Cindi called me with the news, and though I knew it was coming, it was a real blow. Dick had been battling cancer for some time, and had made some progress, but they did not get it in time. He was a very good friend to me, and to all in the CTCC, he shall be missed terribly. Not much else one can say ---"
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