Holabird Western Americana

Fred's essay on Gaming Counters here.
Paul Williams essay on so-called dimes

A Tune for a Token

A new TAMS Journal Supplement, published as a hardback book has arrived.

Published with a donation from Ken Goldman and Q. David Bowers, the book will be sent to all TAMS members as a benefit of their membership.

The books have been mailed to US members. Canadian members will receive their books later in the year when postal service returns to normal and the border is open for us to mail in Canada. Foreign members are asked to email bsktmkr @ pacbell.net to express interest in receiving a copy. Foreign mailing rates are excessive and some countries are not receiving mail from the US at the current time.

Consider a TAMS Donation

President Jeff Shevlin reminds members that TAMS cannot survive from membership dues and book sales alone. A small donation in addition to your annual membership dues would be greatly appreciated to help sustain TAMS programs and help promote our hobby. Donations to TAMS are tax deductible. Thank you for your continued support of our organization.


Ron Abler’s
A Cabinet of Centennial Medals


has moved to the Newman Numismatic Portable.
You can find the link on our links page with the Table of Contents or go
directly to the portal for the full book.

TAMS Membership and Communications Directory

Direct email submissions to bsktmkr (@) pacbell.net. Please include your name, email address, TAMS membership number, and one or more collecting interests. In addition, include a name and password that you will use to access the member’s only area of the TAMS website. If you have not submitted information for the directory, you have not had a name and password created to access the members only area. Please contact the webmaster if you would like to have access. Be sure to include your membership information.

TAMS Directory (for members only)

TAMS Website
The website is hosted on a new operating system, March 31, 2020.
Additional links to Journals and articles added Dectember 30, 2016.
If you have suggestions, comments, criticisms, errors to report, or material to contribute, please contact Bill Hyder at bsktmkr (@) pacbell.net.

Let us know how we can best serve your collecting interests.