Tables of Contents
2016 through 2020



2016, Volume 56
(Fred Holabird and William D. Hyder, Editor/Publisher)

Number 1 (January/February)

• The Camp Family Dynasty; An American Success Story (Part 1), by David E. Schenkman, pp. 3-9
• Bruce Smith on Token Storage, p. 9
• Whitman Publishing Releases New Book on Modern Gold and Silver Coins and Medals, p. 12
• VNA Releases Second Edition of David Schenkman’s Catalog on Virginia Tokens, p. 13
• Pope Francis’ Visit to United States and Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity Commemorated on Counterstamped Coins, by Mel Wacks, pp. 15
• Mavericks, pp. 17-23
• Bryan Dollars and Sound Money Democrats: An Engraved Bryan Dollar, by William D. Hyder, pp. 23-24
• Die-Pressed Wooden Medals & Plaques of the 1876 Centennial Exposition (announcement), by Dr. Donald G. Tritt, p. 27

Number 2 (March/April)

• “And the Government Paid for Us Both to Go to Ireland Island,” by Bob Lyall, pp. 35-40
• The Camp Family Dynasty; An American Success Story, Part 2, by David Schenkman, pp. 43-45
• A Curious Tennessee Token, by Bill Groom, pp. 46-47
• A Token or Not? A Token of Guernsey, by Mark Benvenuto, pp. 49-50
• Mavericks, pp. 52-57

Number 3 (May/June)

• Tarnished Gold: The Unlikely Birth, Troubled Life, and Potential Comeback of the U.S. Mint’s American Arts Gold Medallions, by Dennis Tucker, pp. 67-71
• 47th Medal in Jewish-American Hall of Fame Series Honors Radio and Television Pioneer Gertrude Berg, p. 73
• Counterstamped Coins... A Suffering Knickerbocker Opines, by Bill Groom, pp. 75-77
• American Gold and Silver: U.S. Mint Collector and Investor Coins and Medals, Bicentennial to Date, by Dennis Tucker, Reviewed by William D. Hyder, pp. 78-79
• Mavericks, pp. 82-86
• Palais Oriental Tokens, Our Man Flint, Robust Women and Stained Glass, by Ray Bows, pp. 88-90
• In Memory Donald Young (obituary), p. 90

Number 4 (July/August)

• Tarnished Gold: The Unlikely Birth, Troubled Life, and Potential Comeback of the U.S. Mint’s American Arts Gold Medallions [Part 2], by Dennis Tucker, pp. 99-103
• An Exonumia Mystery Solved? Encased Half Dimes, by Stephen A. Crain, William D. Hyder, and Fred Holabird, pp.105-107
• Virginia Tokens Revised Second Edition, reviewed by Wayne K. Homren, pp. 108-109
• So-Called Dollars Showcased in the Mega Red Book for the First Time Ever, by Jeff Shevlin, pp. 110-113.
• Mavericks, pp. 115-120

Number 5 (September/October)

• Chinese-American Tokens: More Samples, by Jerry F. Schimmel, pp. 131-136
• Richard G. Magnuson, TAMS 1622, Obituary, p. 138
• Recipient of Carnegie Hero Medal Honored with Memorial Plaque, by Pennsylvania Association of Numismatists, p.139
• The Medal-of-the-Month Club Created by Felicity Buranelli, reviewed by Kathy Freeland, p. 140
• Masonic Chapter Pennies of the United States & Canada, reviewed by Tom Carson, p. 141
• Evelyn Nesbit: The Girl on the Mirror, by Herbert Miles, pp. 143-146.
• Mavericks, pp. 149-153
• Numismatic Archaeology of North America: A Field Guide, reviewed by William D. Hyder, p. 154
• TAMS Treasurer Mark Lighterman Honored with 2016 ANA Zerbe Award, p. 155

56:5(2) Supplement

The System Scrip Makers of Western Ohio, by Eric R. Schema and David E. Schenkman

Number 6 (November/December)

• Memories of Camp Alger, Virginia, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 163-169
• Donald Young Exonumia to be Auctioned in Early December 2016, p.171-173
• Mavericks, pp. 177-183
• TAMS Banquet Report, TAMS 2016 Annual Meeting, pp. 186-187

2017, Volume 57
(Fred Holabird and William D. Hyder, Editor/Publisher)

Number 1 (January/February)

• Re-thinking the James Cole Store Card and the “Baltimore Token”, by Bill Miller, pp. 3-5
• From Some Longitude Away: Notes from a Token Collector in the Far East, by James Contoursi, pp. 7-9
• Medallic Washington: An Appreciation, Book Review by David Thomason Alexander, pp. 11-12
• A Thank You Note, by Harry Waterson, p. 14-17
• Two Heroic Astronauts Featured on 2016 Jewish-American Hall of Fame, by Mel Wacks, p. 19
• Mavericks, pp. 20-26
• 400th Anniversary of the First Coins Listed in “The Red Book” are Commemorated on Counterstamped Half Dollars, by Mel Wacks, p. 27
• Die-Pressed Wooden Medals & Plaques of the 1876 Centennial Exposition (announcement), by Dr. Donald G. Tritt, p. 27

Number 2 (March/April)

• Heraldic Art Medals (Medallions), by Stephen Petty and Gino Sanfilippo, pp. 35-46
• Rare Grant Medal Update, by Bruce W. Smith, pp. 49
• Mavericks, pp. 53-58

Number 3 (May/June)

• Crossing the Line: A Maritime Rite of Passage, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 67-70
• Allison’s Coupon Books, by Bruce Smith, p. 72
• World War I Themed Medal by Susan Taylor Wins the 2016 AMY Award, p. 73
• Joseph Pulitzer Medal Issued by the Jewish-American Hall of Fame, by Mel Wacks, pp. 74
• Revena Park Over-the-Rhine Spanish Fort, by Glyn Farber, pp. 77-78
• Mavericks, pp. 79-88
• Morlein Lager House, Cincinnati, Ohio, by William Hyder, pp. 88
• Remembering R.W. Colbert 1930-2017, by William D. Hyder (obituary), p. 90-91

Number 4 (July/August)

• Chinese-American Tokens - Sampler No. 3, by Jerry F. Schimmel, pp. 99-105
• Old Abe and the Army of the American Eagle, by David Schenkman, pp.107-110
• Lue Gim Gong’s Orange Medal, by Ronald J. Benice, pp. 111-114
• The Pursuit of Immortality: Masterpieces from the Scher Collection of Portrait Medals, Reviewed by William D. Hyder, p. 115
• Mavericks, pp. 117-120, 110
• Book Review: Taiwan’s Tokens, Reviewed by James Contours, p. 121
• A Guide Book of United States Coins, Mega Red 3rd Edition, Reviewed by William D. Hyder, p. 123

Number 5 (September/October)

• Who Wrote on Dighton Rock?, by M/Sgt Ray Bows, pp. 131-137
• The “Real” Mary Lincoln Gold Medal?, by Paul Cunningham, pp. 139-140.
• Idaho Token Collector Greg Manos, Obituary, p. 140
• American Lutheran Publicity Bureau 500th Anniversary Medallion Commemorating the Reformation, by Frederick J. Schumacher, pp. 141-143
• Forgotten Colorado Silver “Joseph Lesher’s Defiant Coins” reviewed by John and Nancy Wilson, p. 144
• Forgotten Colorado Silver “Joseph Lesher’s Defiant Coins” reviewed by Fred Holabird, p. 145
• In Memory of Charles J. Ricard, Obituary, p. 146.
• The American Israel Numismatic Association Issues Medal Commemorating the Balfour Declaration, the Reunification of Jerusalem, and the AINA’s 50th Anniversary, p. 148
• Mavericks, pp. 150-151, 145
• TAMS Banquet and Auction in Denver Huge Success, by Kathy Freeland, photos by John Wilson, pp. 152-155

Number 6 (November/December)

• They Also Ran: Campaign Medals of Failed Presidential Candidates 1840-1856, by Ernie Nagy, pp. 163-168
• Louisville, Kentucky’s First Transportation Token, by Mike Miller, pp.171-173
• The Tiniest Billboards of All, by Craig Blackstone, pp. 174-175
• Another Silver Engraved Croton Aqueduct Completion Medal Surfaces, by Dave Baldwin, p. 176
• Remembering California’s Service in the Spanish-American War, by William D. Hyder, pp. 178-180
• Mavericks, pp. 182-187

2018, Volume 58
(Fred Holabird and Eric Schena, Editor/Publisher)

Number 1 (January/February)

• Some English Legends on Republic of China Tokens, by James Contoursi, pp. 3-11
• American Token Manufacturers, by David E. Schenkman, p. 14
• Irvin Thaddeus Alford North Ogeden, Utah, by David E. Schenkman, p. 15
• Mavericks, pp. 18-25
• Forget Me Not: A Study of Naval and Maritime Engraved Coins and Plate (1745 to 1918), by Sim Comfort, Book Review by Fred Schumacher and Ray Brown, pp. 26-27
• Die-Pressed Wooden Medals & Plaques of the 1876 Centennial Exposition (announcement), by Dr. Donald G. Tritt, p. 27

Number 2 (March/April)

• Enoch Osgood: Dentist, Inventor, and Countermarker, by Craig Blackstone, pp. 35-37
• A Token Remembrance of Berlin During the Weimar Republic, by Bill Miller, pp. 39-41
• American Token Manufacturer & Their Agents: Southern Stamp and Stationery Company, Richmond, Virginia, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 43-45
• Merchant Token Ephemera from Wilsey, Kansas, by William D. Hyder, pp. 47-51
• Mavericks, pp. 5259-58

Number 3 (May/June)

• From Some Longitude Away—The Alishan Token: a Train, a Tree and a Travelers Inn, by James Contursi, pp. 67-69
• Numismatic Memories of Cheryl Maisch, Obituary by Robert Maisch, p. 71
• Brookgreen Gardens Medal by Heidi Wastweet Wins the 2017 AMY Award, p. 73
• American Token Manufacturers & Their Agents: Berks Jewelry Company, Reading, Pennsylvania, by David E. Schenkman, p. 74
• Mavericks, pp. 77-88
• Medals and Tokens of the Chicago Coin Club, by William A. Burd, reviewed by John and Nancy Wilson, p.91

Number 4 (July/August)

• Tokens Good for a Ride to Nowhere, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 99-105
• Irving Berlin’s Congressional Gold Medal Found, by Mel Wacks, p.109
• American Token Manufacturers & Their Agents: Joseph J. Kauffman, Houston, Texas, p. 111
• Mavericks, pp. 113-120
• U.S. Medals and Tokens Featured in New Mega Red, 4th Edition, pp. 122-123
• A Guide Book of United States Coins, Mega Red 3rd Edition, Reviewed by William D. Hyder, p. 123

Number 5 (September/October)

• Rochester Numismatic Association Medal Program Update, by Jason A. Childers pp. 131-135
• 2018 TAMS Banquet, pp. 136-137, 140, 154
• American Token Manufacturers & Their Agents: J.P. Cooke and Company, Omaha, Nebraska, pp. 138-139
• Mavericks, pp. 145-153

Number 6 (November/December)

• U.S. Military Tokens Used on Taiwan: An Update, by James Contursi, pp. 163-164
• If It Fits It Ships: A Stamped and Possibly Mailed Silver Dollar, by Eric Schena & Ken Hallenbeck, p.165
• Annual IKO-TAMS Show a Success, by Jim Brokamp, pp. 166-167
• American Token Manufacturers & Their Agents: Emil Oettinger, Cleveland, Ohio, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 168-169
• In Remembrance: John S. “Steve” Ratliff 1947-2018, Obituary, p. 169
• Book About 50 Years of Jewish-American Hall of Fame Medals, published on the Newman Numismatic Portal, p. 171
• Obituary: Harry Tileston’s Numismatic Legacy, 1928-2018, by Mike Miller, Louisville Coin Club 2018, p. 173
• Mavericks, pp. 176-184
• So-Called Dollars from the Pacific Coast Expositions 1894-1962, reviewed by Eric Schena, pp. 185-187

2019, Volume 59
(Eric Schena, Editor/Publisher)

Number 1 (January/February)

• A Medal for Early Environmental Protection in Florida, by James Farr, pp. 3-4
• Go to Ma’s: The Brothel Token That Wasn’t, by Jerry F. Schimmel, pp. 5-6
• Merchant Token Ephemera from Wilsey, Kansas, by William D. Hyder, pp. 7-11
• American Token Manufacturers & Their Agents: Koehler Stamp and Stationery, Louisville, Kentucky, by David E. Schenkman, pp. 12-13
• Unlisted Embossed Shell Card Surfaces, by David E. Schenkman, p. 13-21
• Mavericks, pp. 18-25