Exonumia

"Exonumia" describes the collecting of items such as medals and tokens (see TOKENS: AN OVERVIEW), and the items shown here have been issued by countries, communities, institutions, and individuals. They commemorate worldwide achievements — generally or individually, for good or for evil. World-renowned sculptors designed many of these medals, which you will discover.

TETRADRACHM OF BAR KOKHBA, BY PAUL VINCZE, 1968 THOMASON MEDALLIC BIBLE MEDAL #2, 1970 TOKENS: AN OVERVIEW
TOKENS: BETTY BOOP ELONGATED NOVELTY, MONTEREY, CA TOKENS: FRENCH CUPID COIN TOKENS: HEADS & TAILS COMIC COINS, CIRCA 1930s
TOKENS: HEADS & TAILS FLIPPING COIN TOKENS: HEADS & TAILS, ® LUCKY LINDY, CIRCA 1930s TOKENS: HEADS I WIN, TAILS YOU LOSE, CIRCA 1930s
TOKENS: NEW ORLEANS, LOUISANA, MARDI GRAS, 1971 TOKENS: UNIVERSAL STUDIOS MARVEL ELONGATED SPIDER-WOMAN NOVELTY COIN, 2011 TOKENS: ZODIAC COIN ‒ GEMINI
TOKENS: ZODIAC SIGN OF ARIES COIN, VINTAGE, CIRCA 1960 TOKENS: ZODIAC SIGN OF CANCER PEEPSHOW TOKEN, VINTAGE, C. 1960 TOKENS: ZODIAC SIGN OF SAGITTARIUS COIN, VINTAGE, CIRCA 1960
U.S. ARMY SERVICE MEDAL, INDIAN WARS, 1907 U.S. CONSTITUTION BICENTENNIAL, DOD, JUDICIARY, AND UCMJ, 1991 U.S. DIPLOMATIC MEDAL, PEACE AND COMMERCE, 1876
UNITED KINGDOM, SAINT GEORGE SLAYING DRAGON, EDWARD VIII, 1936 UNITED NATIONS WORLD HEALTH DAY, APRIL 7, 1972, BY THE FRANKLIN AND POBJOY MINTS VETERANS CANADA YOUTH DEVELOPMENT, BY C.H.O., 1972
WARE, MASSACHUSETTS, 150TH ANNIVERSARY, 1761‒1911 WORLD’S FAIR, MONTREAL EXPO, MAN AND HIS WORLD, 1967 WWI VICTORY ANGEL MEDAL WITH RIBBON, BY PAUL DUBOIS