Journals

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The CTCC publishes The Conder Token Collector’s Journal about two to three times annually.

The current issue of The Conder Token Collector’s Journal, consecutive issue #81 dated Summer 2021, was produced and mailed to members on 7/31, and should have arrived.

The club has made scans of older issues available online (see below), with a password required for members to access. Members are also eligible for free text ads in the Journal.

We’re pleased to announce that the CTC Journal is now available on the Newman Numismatic Portal, for the years 1996-2017 (issues 1 to 74). An author and token index for issue nos. 1-70 (1996-2015), prepared by Dave Jones, is posted under the year 2015. Link to view these journals.

Members can also access back issues of the CTC Journal at https://ctcc.info/journal/pdf/, with a password required.

You can also see some covers, tables of contents and sample pages from previous editions of The “Conder” Token Collector’s Journal: (all include a cover image)

Advertising

CTCC members in good standing may advertise in the CTC Journal. As of 2018, the rates have been lowered to US$50 per issue for a full-page and US$30 per issue for one-half page. Certain smaller text ads are available for free – contact the editor for more information. Info.: Jon Lusk, Vice President and Editor.

Recent Journal Summary

2021

The current issue of The Conder Token Collector’s Journal, consecutive issue #81 dated Summer 2021, was produced and mailed to members on 7/31, and should have arrived. Not sure about your membership status? Contact Eric Holcomb to inquire.

2019-2020

The Conder Token Collector’s Journal, consecutive issue #80 dated Fall 2020, was produced and mailed to members, and should have arrived by early November 2020. Summary – This issue has the final installment of Jeff Rock’s article on the Auctori Plebis token, an account of the 2019 Token Congress, and a helpful article by Jon Lush on attributing the Angus 30-36 varieties, including exceptionally sharp close-up photos of key details in each die that will make figuring out this previously confusing series a snap for the collector.

The Conder Token Collector’s Journal, consecutive issue #79 dated Winter 2020, was produced and mailed to members, and should have arrived by about the middle of April for U.S. members. Summary – This issue included a call for nominations for CTCC officer and board positions, and continues Jeff Rock’s article on the Auctori Plebis token, this installment focusing mostly on the token literature of the late 18th and into the 19th and 20th centuries that discussed this token.  There is also an exploration of Thomas Hall, bird stuffer (taxidermist) and token issuer.

The Conder Token Collector’s Journal, consecutive issue #78 dated Fall 2019, was produced and mailed to members, and should have arrived by about the end of September for U.S. members. Summary – This issue’s highlights include a major article by Jeff Rock on “The Mysterious Auctori Plebis Token,” an examination of James Conder’s life via contemporary newspapers by Jon Lusk, and a wonderfully illustrated article on “Unknown Mr. Sims” by Andrey Filimonov. (This article looks especially good in the color versions!)

The Conder Token Collector’s Journal, consecutive issue #77 dated Spring 2019, was produced and mailed to members, and should have arrived by about May 4 for U.S. members.

2017-2018

The Conder Token Collector’s Journal, consecutive issue #76 dated Fall 2018, was produced and mailed to members, and should have arrived by about Oct. 20 for U.S. members. If your membership expired with Journal #75, you should have received a final renewal notice with the mailing for Journal #76.

The Conder Token Collector’s Journal, consecutive issue #75 dated Winter 2018, was produced and mailed to members, and should have arrived by the week of March 5 for U.S. members.

The Conder Token Collector’s Journal, consecutive issue #74 dated Summer 2017, was produced and mailed to members. U.S. members should have received their copies by about Aug. 19. Members not renewed for 2017 did NOT receive this Journal.

The Conder Token Collector’s Journal, consecutive issue #73 dated Winter 2017, was produced and mailed to members. U.S. members should have received their copies by about the week of Feb. 20. Many members needed to renew for 2017, and should have received a reminder letter with the Journal.