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    Christensen and Stone

    TAMS Journal, Vol. 18, No. 6

    1/12/1978

    o be used for a future catalog. Neil had received approval from the Board for free advertising, and Christensen and Stone were to handle the sale, repaying the manufacturer for the tokens supplied to them. Neil is now aski

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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 18, No. 6

    1/12/1978

    o be used for a future catalog. Neil had received approval from the Board for free advertising, and Christensen and Stone were to handle the sale, repaying the manufacturer for the tokens supplied to them. Neil is now aski

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    The Token, America's Other Money (COAC #10)

    /1995

    3, lot 70 (same as W.51, downgraded?) F. Small planchet crack; “light scratches on Obv. & Rx.” W.54 Christensen and Stone MB June 20, 1964, lot 390; ex consignment G (store card coll.) F W.55 Stack’s May 6, 1992, lot 158;

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    The Token, America's Other Money (COAC #10)

    /1995

    3, lot 70 (same as W.51, downgraded?) F. Small planchet crack; “light scratches on Obv. & Rx.” W.54 Christensen and Stone MB June 20, 1964, lot 390; ex consignment G (store card coll.) F W.55 Stack’s May 6, 1992, lot 158;

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    John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Coins, Medals and Currency, Part 23

    A topical index to the John J. Ford, Jr. series of auction catalogs (2003-2013) is at:

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    Calcoin News, vol. 15, no. 3

    1/6/1961

    CHRISTENSEN-STONE MOVE Alva Christensen and Ethel Stone moved from Duarte to their new coin shop and home at 5615 N. Rosemead Blvd., Temple City. They were as- sisted in the move by the San Gabriel

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    Calcoin News, vol. 35, no. 2

    1/3/1981

    fornia to Garden Grove Coin Club, Monterey Park Coin Club and Orange Countv Coin Club. ANOTHER 25TH Christensen and Stone celebrated their 25th Anniversary with a Post Card Show on January 18, 1981, in the Ballroom of the

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    Calcoin News, vol. 19, no. 2

    1/3/1965

    er business for some time, and now have decided to start a retail store specializing in U.S. coins. Christensen and Stone of Temple City recently announced they would conduct the auction to be held in connection with the C

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    John J. Ford, Jr. Correspondence, 1964

    /1964

    matists" for you, at my cost (no prof i t) . HoYfever, I think that I ca n get you out alot sooner. Christensen and Stone are doing very well at mail sales, and I might give them some books myse l f, and see what they can

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    Bunyan's Chips

    /1971

    he delay in the delivery of the May issue of Bunyan’s Chips please ex- tend the closing date of the Christensen and Stone Mail Bid to June 22nd. We have not heard from the others who had ads but I'm sure they too would go

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    Bunyan's Chips

    /1972

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    Bunyan's Chips

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    Bunyan's Chips

    /1976

    Christensen Stone #112 20. C. E. Hoffman #1482 21. A. Semone #1490 22. Bruce Carter #197 Interesting point- the drawings were made by ping pong balls. The next CWMA meeting will be held August 14,

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    Bunyan's Chips

    /1977

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    /1977

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    Bunyan's Chips

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    Calcoin News, vol. 27, no. 3

    1/6/1973

    C- 40 Christensen & Stone Auction Catalogs. 1962-72. 2 vols. bound. C — 41 Coinage Magazine. 1964-65. Bound. C 44 Canadian Numismatic Journal. 1966, 1965-71. 8 vols. bound. C 60 Check Collectors Round

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    Journal of the Token and Medal Society, Vol. 3, No. 4

    1/9/1963

    binder for issues of the TAMS Journal. It was pointed out that these binders are now available from Christensen and Stone for $1.75* Dr. Phillip Whiteley, Denver, Colo, and Harold Schmal, Phoenix, Ariz., co-chair- men of t

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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 49, No. 5

    1/10/2009

    ncoming dues. The “Southern Turf,” an interesting token, was “put in its place" by Paul Dillingham. Christensen and Stone offered more than 800 different food stamp token sets in auction. David Schenkman wrote of the Hayma

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    THE HISTORY OF FOOD STAMP CHANGE TOKENS

    THE HISTORY OF FOOD STAMP CHANGE TOKENS

    02/01/2015

    thousands of these sets were sold around 1980 through auctions by Christensen & Stone (Temple City, CA) and later by other token dealers. I tried to buy every Missouri set in the C & S sales, but I

    Bruce Smith submitted the following history of food stamp change tokens and their collecting. -Edit

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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 46, no. 1-4

    1/3/2012

    token.) David Gladfelter reported the discovery of a Genesee Station, Wisconsin token “buried” in a Christensen and Stone auction. Gerald Shepherd managed to pick it off for $210! Several non-contemporary and unlisted Ohio

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    Calcoin News, vol. 15, no. 3

    1/6/1961

    CHRISTENSEN-STONE MOVE Alva Christensen and Ethel Stone moved from Duarte to their new coin shop and home at 5615 N. Rosemead Blvd., Temple City. They were as- sisted in the move by the San Gabriel

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    Calcoin News, vol. 19, no. 2

    1/3/1965

    er business for some time, and now have decided to start a retail store specializing in U.S. coins. Christensen and Stone of Temple City recently announced they would conduct the auction to be held in connection with the C

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    Calcoin News, vol. 27, no. 3

    1/6/1973

    C- 40 Christensen & Stone Auction Catalogs. 1962-72. 2 vols. bound. C — 41 Coinage Magazine. 1964-65. Bound. C 44 Canadian Numismatic Journal. 1966, 1965-71. 8 vols. bound. C 60 Check Collectors Round

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    Calcoin News, vol. 35, no. 2

    1/3/1981

    fornia to Garden Grove Coin Club, Monterey Park Coin Club and Orange Countv Coin Club. ANOTHER 25TH Christensen and Stone celebrated their 25th Anniversary with a Post Card Show on January 18, 1981, in the Ballroom of the

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    John J. Ford, Jr. Correspondence, 1964

    /1964

    matists" for you, at my cost (no prof i t) . HoYfever, I think that I ca n get you out alot sooner. Christensen and Stone are doing very well at mail sales, and I might give them some books myse l f, and see what they can

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    Bunyan's Chips

    /1971

    he delay in the delivery of the May issue of Bunyan’s Chips please ex- tend the closing date of the Christensen and Stone Mail Bid to June 22nd. We have not heard from the others who had ads but I'm sure they too would go

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    Bunyan's Chips

    /1972

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    Bunyan's Chips

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    Bunyan's Chips

    /1976

    Christensen Stone #112 20. C. E. Hoffman #1482 21. A. Semone #1490 22. Bruce Carter #197 Interesting point- the drawings were made by ping pong balls. The next CWMA meeting will be held August 14,

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    Bunyan's Chips

    /1977

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