The Copper Corner

TCC is a business registered in the State of Washington.
Contacts: E-mail, Phone (206) 244-8345
Mail to Bill McKivor, PO Box 46135, Seattle, WA 98146, USA.
Home About Bill Info History Intro Links For Sale

Conder04_obv.JPG (18733 bytes) Conder08_rev.JPG (18637 bytes) Conder09_obv.JPG (19668 bytes) Conder20_obv.JPG (19712 bytes) Conder17_obv.JPG (19830 bytes)
Click on thumbnail images to see a larger version of each photo.

18th Century English Provincial token coinage
or "Conder" tokens

Home / Intro / 18th Century
Interested in other British tokens and medals, or US colonial coins and US tokens?
See my home page for a complete list of topics.


Probably the most popular of the English token series, they were avidly collected 200 years ago, and are still avidly collected today. The social, economic, and political lives of the people during the 1780-1800 period are mirrored here. The Americans call them "Conder" tokens, after James Conder, an early cataloger of the series.

The major reference work on "Conder" tokens is The Provincial Token Coinage of the 18th Century by R. Dalton and S. H. Hamer. Simply referred to as "D&H" by most collectors, it contains descriptions of thousands of tokens, with 4500 plated. The latest reprint, done in 2004, is available.



For Sale

  • See the current price list and "For Sale" page.

  • There are many tokens in stock that are not listed -- please inquire. Want lists actively serviced.

  • I always have at least 1,000 more 18th Century pieces simply not listed, if you have something you are looking for please ask. Thanks, Bill

  • Rarities and gem pieces will be found on my quarterly lists. If you are looking for something special, please contact me as I may have it.

  • If YOU have any tokens for sale kindly let me know.
    I do my best to be fair both buying and selling. Bill.

Please contact Bill for additional information.

This site created with Microsoft Expression Web.
Website design by Eric Holcomb Company.
Site owner: Bill McKivor (
Please contact Bill with any questions concerning