Books and Guides on Australian Tokens
Tokens circulated widely in Australia up until they were made illegal sometime in the 1860's
Renniks Australian Coin & Banknote Values

Renniks
Australian Coin & Banknote Values

Eddie J Cummings
2004
21st Edition
Renniks Publications
3/37-39 Green St
Banksmeadow NSW 2019

ISBN Hardcover 0 975224506
ISBN Softcover 0 958557497

Although the 21st edition is shown here, the Renniks has covered tokens for quite some time, the best issue probably being the 15th Edition, many, many pictures and a prices guide, essential for any token collector.

Convict Love Tokens

Michelle Field & Timothy Millet
1998
Wakefield Press
PO Box 2266
Kent Town SA
5071
Australia

ISBN 1 86254 434 4

"To Read"
Convict Love Tokens
Commemorative Medals and Tokens of Queensland

Commemorative Medals and Tokens of Queensland Since 1962

Including a 20 Year History of Australian Numismatic Society, Brisbane
1994
Australian Numismatic Society, Brisbane
Timson Printing Company
Nerangba, Qld
Australia

ISBN 0 9590796 0 2

Looks to be a quite thorough reference on this niche, this one has a supplementary price guide laid in.

Tokens of Tasmania

Part 1
Check Pieces
Passes
Modern Issues

Roger V. McNeice
1984
Self Published

ISBN 0 9590248 0 8


Tokens of Tasmania
An Account of the Coins, Coinages and Currency of Australasia

An Account of the Coins, Coinages and Currency of Australasia

Coleman P Hyman
First Published 1893, 1973 Re-print
John Dury
11 East Stockwell St
Colchester, Essex
CO1 1SS
England

Has a section on tokens, yet to read it.

Coins and Tokens of Tasmania

1st Edition
Roger V. McNeice
1969
Mercury Press
Hobart


Coins and Tokens of Tasmania
Australasian Tokens and Coins

Australasian Tokens and Coins

1st Edition
Dr Arthur Andrews
1921
Trustees of the Mitchell Library
William Applegate Gullick
Government Printer
Sydney

Atkins Coins and Tokens of the British Possessions and Colonies

James Atkins
1889
Bernard Quaritch
15 Piccadilly
London
United Kingdom


Good section on Australian coins and tokens, including the "Adelaide Gold Tokens" and the Kangaroo Patterns
Atkins Coins and Tokens of the British Possessions and Colonies
The Tradesmen's Tokens of the Australasian Colonies

The Tradesmen's Tokens of the Australasian Colonies, Together with an account of the Early Silver Pieces and Gold Coinage of Australia

With an addenda by James Atkins
C. W. Stainsfield
1888
W. S. Lincoln & Son
New Oxford St
London
United Kingdom

This seems to be the reference that Atkins used in his book, thorough description of the Tokens and how and why they were made, even describes a Holey Dollar and Dump for the Tasmanian Colonies, of which there was only one known example at that time........


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