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Engelen, Thomas

Thomas Engelen began collecting world coins and banknotes at the age of 15 and specializes in Asian coins. Author of extensive studies on German play money and embossed coin cards.

 



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    Numismatic Postcards, 1893-1938 3/6/2023

    Numismatic Postcards, 1893-1938

    A listing from four collections based in the U.S.A., Germany and Switzerland bringing together 1,700 varieties of embossed coin cards from 80 different countries. The listing includes backgrounds on the publishers and distributors. The oldest card is post marked 1893, the latest 1938. A set of annexes provide easy overview for the main publishers of which coin card designs have been included.


    Deutsches Kinderspielgeld 3/22/2023

    Deutsches Kinderspielgeld

    A catalog of German play money, 1870 - 1980. Newly edited and expanded, based on the standard works by Günter Aschoff and David de Sola Rogers. Lists over 3,000 coins, banknotes, play money boxes, and pieces made in Germany for foreign countries.

    Cardboard Coins of Great Britain 1847-1980 3/27/2023

    Cardboard Coins of Great Britain 1847-1980

    A comprehensive overview of the cardboard-coins and their original boxes of Great Britain and the British Commonwealth countries, 1847 – 1980. A guide to Rarity and Pricing is also included.

    Toy Coins Made in Germany 1872-1950 for Export to Countries in Europe, Asia, and the United States of America 12/21/2023

    Toy Coins Made in Germany 1872-1950 for Export to Countries in Europe, Asia, and the United States of America

    This book lists the toy coins “Made in Germany” for export markets. Most are produced in Nürnberg, and mainly from low-cost metal or cardboard. Included are pieces clearly produced by a German manufacturer, or it is indicated why included as such.

    The toy coins listed in this catalogue are from four collections, one based in Germany, one in Scandinavia, one in Great Britain and one Switzerland.

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