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Meet Good Men in East Point. Banjamln PA AG, Pittsburgh's hajidsome new incline token, has obviously been designed as a tourist souvenir piece as well as for its more routine function, a sort of upscale pardon the pun version of the old wooden nickel. Since January 1 it has been good for a single one-way ride on either the Monongahela or Duquesne incline.
Neither of these two funi- culars ever used tokens previously. The Monongahela has always been the oldest passenger incline in Pittsburgh, having opened on May 28, Washington district, on a high bluff overlooking the Monpn- gahela River across from the downtown "Golden Triangle.
The structure was originally built mostly of wood, but was rebuilt with steel in On March 31, , a vehicular incline was opened immediately to the east of the passenger structure; both were steam-operated. On October 1, , the vehicular incline ceased running, most of its former traffic now going either yia the Liberty Tubes through the hill or up to the top via the P.
AcArdle Roadway, carved out of the face of the sheer bluff. At the same time, the drive machinery of the passenger plane was replaced by a modern electric system, supplied by the Otis Elevator Company. PAT shut down the Monongahela from July 18, , to April 29, , totally replacing the trestle structure and cars. Tourist and parking facilities were also improved, but the primary users are still local residents commuting to work or shopping downtown.
The Duquesne incline opened on May 20, Its quaint cars are similar to old horsecar bodies, with arch windows and clerestory roof. The Monongahela's cars have three tiered passenger compartments at different levels top one open ; the Duquesne's car floors are level.
The steam drive on the Duquesne was replaced by electric gear in , but the 12' diameter main drive gear with its replaceable hard-maple teeth is stiU in daily use. In November, , the Duquesne was shut down because the private operators could not afford to replace six badly worn sheaves guiding the cables through the power house.
A civic group came to the rescue, and the repairs were completed in Because of its more remote location the Duquesne depends more heavily on tourist traffic, but it offers the classic view of "The Point" from its summit. The gift shop at the upper station is excellent, and donations to make up for operating deficits are most appreciated.
An inexpensive "membership" will also bring informative quarterly newsletters. The only incline in Pittsburgh to issue its own tokens was the relatively ob- scure St. Clair plane, the farthest east of the inclines on the south side of the "Mon," PA P,Q It ran from to , from Josephine Street on the South Side up ' at an average angle of ,12 degrees to Salisbury Street, two blocks from Arlington Avenue. Clair incline were 1, feet in length.
The only known photo of the cars was at the bottom after a runaway accident on April 6, , which killed two and injured eight other passengers. At that time the cars simply had open level plat- forms for vehicles, and a small enclosed passenger cabin at one side. Earlier the passengers rode in a cabin on the roof over the main floor like a ferry boat , but "for a short time only; it proved to be entirely too shaky to be pleasing to the passengers," according to a contemporary account.
However, you could use a token for fare on a number of other Pittsburgh inclines. Pittsburgh Railways, the city's trolley and bus system operator, also owned the 17th Street Penn incline, the Castle Shannon north incline, the Pittsburgh Knoxville incline, and the Mt. Oliver incline, and the standard city fare, including transfer, also covered their inclines, although a single incline- only cash fare was less.
All of these inclines were abandoned before PAT instituted a system- wide fare structure, and when that included the remaining two inclines, tokens were no longer in use. According to a letter I received from the Zoo, "These tokens were used for only a year or two. We modified dollar bill changers to spit out tokens, both as a labor-saving device and just for fun.
Alas, our visitors just could not quite grasp the whole concept, and we abandoned the token machines for tickets and ticket- sellers.
There are lots of other rides at the Zoo, but this is the only one that ever used tokens. We're working on getting a supply of the token for the New Issues Service, and I anticipate no difficulty. Really a nice token, showing the vehicle on one side, and d giraffe's head on the other. Smith I now have the final bills that we have to pay the A. Autographed by both authors if desired free. Beautiful cloth bound book.
As it has been 23 years since this portionof the catalogue was updated ,I may have missed a few listings. I will be putting out 1 page supplements to this catalogue listing all newly reported items to this page, so if you have anything not listed report it with rubbings DIRECTLY to me and you will be credited with reporting this item.
Reporting it to other parties ,it does not get with rubbings to me, and you miss getting credit for listing. As I am now retired ,I project that within 8 to 10 years the catalog will have enough new listings to addanother 40 to 50 pages to the catalogue and I will then reissue it with added new listings and updated prices.
Some parties have asked me if I will have any tokens for sale atj catalog or less. For the last 30 years the New Issues Service has been sending out new foreign issues I got for the service. Mostly with the help of Don Capper. John Nicolosi who was handling the New Issues at that time was afriad of being stuck with foreign issues if I sent to many of an issue. I agreed that if Nick would handle the foreign issuesi sent , that.
On some of the hundreds of issues he handled. These were all British tokens and the remainers I got back are for sale at catalog plus postage and insurance. In the s I tried the Europen transit companies for obsolete issues to send out.
The few companies that had obsolete issues in th e vaults in when occupied by the Nazis in world war II the obsolete metal tokens were sent to Germany for the war machine, this included german transit companies. In south africa I found one company that still had some obsolete vulcanites left but they said most were in bad shape and sold the lot to me--this was the Capetown Vul cani tes--they were right I destroyed almost 90 percent of the vulcanites they sent and still have a few for sale at new catalog to get my money out, if interested.
See writeup on United Ki ngdom-Bri ti sh. J o A 29 Sd Warren Bros. FORD We list a number of unlisted depotel type tokens that were in the Schumacher collection, which was recently. Tom very kindly sent us rubbings of ali of these tokens, inasmuch as the photos in the auction catalogue were enlarged. The new listing has a similar, but still dif- ferent reverse. The Pittsburgh inclined plane token was mentioned and pictured on page 3 of the January issue.
We anticipate a supply for our New issues Service soon. Or could Sparta even be the owner's name? The Prince George, BC, token is both a transportation and a parking token, similar to several Ontario listings. Post- age from Canada to the U. John Coffee got an address from the Vancouver phone book: He couldn't find the postcode, but sent a five dollar bill to that address and received back several different tokens.
Probably a brewing company token. Or a bridge token? According to Mark, these tokens have been obsolete 'for a number of years and are unavailable. Larry had notified me some time ago regarding the casino token. I thought I might hear of some definite information on this item, such as city of use, whether still current etc.
Nothing has been forthcoming so I am assigining it a PTUN number at this time in hopes someone might shed some light on this or any other parking tokens of this type. Gay Lipscomb informed Larry Kemper of a car wash token used at the University of Cincinnati for parking purposes. Often, after phone calls and forwarding a check in the proper amount, he is still held up awaiting delivery of the tokens, thus requiring additional time, money and phone calls to shake the tokens loose.
And he is not always successful in sweet talking the token owners for a batch, which results in cost to us without results. I must admit he has persuaded me, with little effort, to part with tokens he needs. We owe him a big thank you for his self-less time and energys expended in our behalf. Please also bear in mind, that the actual cost to the membership of a token is not only the per unit cost.
Karl MUST spend money for: Please inform Karl or me of any new unlisted items or varieties you might di scover. Late ads will be held for next month's issue. If you do not know it, the number can be found by looking at s previous ad, or by looking in the AV,A membership roster.
Box Westerdlle OH At cfitaiogue plus postage: Alt have the business city and state on them. My choice, and lerger states only. Best offer over 3X cate- March 6th. Or- 1 dor from Kenneth E. Box 1B52 Pittsburgh PA pieces. Well o- ver 6. A coliaction of over 40 years. Ti-e history of horsecar!
Make checks payable to Ednck J. Check our low - low prices. Bax Wheatland CA Two similar lots for sale. One Virgin Island TT. Eight is like new.
My telephone is Morton ijavison Oakwood Acte. Forty US different new 4 cent stamps. Pedro Chiclano Rosario St. Ill, Die Varieties Photographic Catalogue. Coffee, pages clothbound or looseleaf; lots of photos; lists all such tokens both U.
Prices include postage to U. Yoi; may have up to 2 column Inches every issue. K; C, D; E; C. Please add sufficient postage. See March Fare Box, Page John iN Will trade tokens, tickets, transfers or cash for transportation tickets t can use. Want transportation and car wash tokens.
Sand your listfs and in- terests. Send up to Paul Cunningham P. Send ru'obings or photo. Alt letters answered and postage re- funded. Single pieces or complete set of five. De- scribe and give price. Good tra- ders available. Will aiso swap for others. Mazeau JOE C. Clairsville, Ohio Michael A. Werda - Hinckley Blvd. The printer in Michigan says there will be a slight delay. Accordingly the books will not be mailed until about March We've all been looking forward to this catalogue, which every member will want, even if he doesn't actively collect foreign transportation tokens.
Harold, a retired pharmacist mho mas ham in Brook- lyn, Ny, had lived in ffialnnt Creek the past twenty years. Even though I spend a couple of meeks every meek in the next tcmn over from icalnut Creek, I never met Harold in person, and, that is my loss. He mas 73 at the time of his death. It Is gratifying to report that only a small handful of members have failed to renew their membership.
In fact this year we have had the highest percentage of renewals in over a decade. A good omen for an active year in the hobby. As expected, some of the prices were remarkable. I got mine out of the Atwood collection back in , but this certainly is one of the really desirable tokens in the book.
Joel Reznick still has several different years available at issue cost, and ail proceeds to go our Convention Fund. Speaking of this collection, those of us who picked up a few of the rare ones have noticed different, previously unnoted die varieties. The only other specimen of this token that I know of is the one in Hal Ford's collection, ex-Atwood. But Hal's token is quite different from mine.
His, which is pictured on page fl08 of Volume II, has a 6-pointed star in the center of obverse and a circle ac bottom of obverse; Mine has a small cross in the center of obverse and a 5-pointed star at bottom of obverse. So let's call Hal's Aa and mine Ab. Louis that Bi-State Transit, which had advertised 3 tons of oid streetcar tokens [as noted in last month's Fare Box has now disposed of the whole Jot.
Seems that 7, pounds of them were disposed of altogether 5, Jb, of white metal, and 2, lb, of copper and most went to two local scrap metal dealers at 73C per pound. But many were rescued by dealers who are also A. Suffice it to say for the moment that the catalogue values of iViO B thru O should be considered inaccurate. I don't know the metal of the new token but there was a picture of it in the paper, obviously taken at an angle, which gives it an elliptical look, which of course it does not really have.
I am putting the newspaper's photos of the new token below, and hope it comes out well enough to be seen. Looks like a nice token, and Phil says he will secure a supply for our New Issues Service. That same article from Salt Lake City has a picture of a display the Auth- ority has put together, showing miscellaneous "foreign" tokens that have come in thru its fare boxes, as well as a nice collection of foreign coins. He went over to Tiffin to see if he could find any information on the token, and talked to a man who worked at the historical museum.
The man recalled a bus line in the 's that lasted only a couple of years, called Tiffin City Lines. This could well be the firm that issued the rare token. Bettinger was unable to find any more of the tokens, more's the pity. Bob Schottin reports that the Delaware Memorial Bridge will be installing automatic toll collection machines, and will be Issuing a new token for use in the machines.
Bob promises to get a supply of the new tokens for our New issues Service. Note that a toll is only paid on the journey from north to south. There is no toll on the south to north journey. I was in Sydney recently and obtained a quantity of these tokens.
He sent me one and it's a real beauty, picturing the famous bridge on one side, and an in- digenous piant on the other. The token is made of bright red copper and is 31mm in diameter. I am putting photos of the token, enlarged 2x, below. Bill Garrison will obtain a supply for our New Issues Service. Below are 2x enlarged photos of the token. Have you noticed that NY BB, that modern semi-fantasy horsecar token of New York City, has been showing up more frequently in auctions and sale lists?
I suspect some of them have been found and I suggest caution in paying a big price for it. It's like DC AL except it's solid and has. Maybe a rejected design? We had a wonderful evening together. One of those present was Doris Wietrick, who brought along a depotel token that immediately caught my fancy. Well, if you wait long enough all things come your way. A few years back I managed to swap the token out of Dick Grinolds of Minneapolis. It was the same token Doris had owned, and how it ended up with Dick I have no idea.
So now it was, and is, in my collection. The only example of it known to exist, I am certain. I wanted to learn more about it but kept putting off doing anything in that direction. Finally just last month I found time to write the Public Library in Sturgis to see what, if anything, they knew about the old Fruth Hotel.
Back from Rita Schwartz of the Sturgis Library came enough information to put together a small article, as well as an old photo of the hotel hack and of- the hotel itself. After Charles died his widow married Adolf King, who continued to operate the eleven-room hotel until January 22, , when he sold it to Henry Fruth, who Issued our token.
Henry Fruth tore down the old wooden hotel he had purchased from King, and rebuilt a grand sixty-room brick structure. Fruth was born in Bartenslaben, Saxony in Germany, in , and for many years prior to buying the hotel he worked for the Charles Hotel.
Fruth was married, in , in the Charles Hotel. Fruth was, it seems, a tireless woman who supervised the cleaning and the cooking. Fruth did hire another cook to assist his wife, but as no one could prepare as fine a table as Mrs. Fruth, they let the cook go. As the hotel flourished, Mr. Fruth expanded his interests. He also operated a livery barn and a laundry and, of course, a horse-drawn bus line for the convenience of hotel patrons.
He had a fine hearse for rent to the local undertakers, as needed. Fruth opened a garage on the corner north of the hotel.
Sherman operated the hotel until it finally was sold in After the hostelry changed hands several times until, at last, it was sold in to the National Bank of South Dakota.
The hotel was torn down sind a new bank structure built on the site. There were other hotels in town as well, the Northwestern and the Commercial, both of which the local papers deemed superior to the Fruth. Be that as It may, the Fruth is the one that issued a transportation token so it is first in my affections.
In view of the foregoing information, we may assume that our token was issued after S, but probably before World War I. I wonder when they stopped using it. Nobody goes to Cleveland! I've been there and it is a beautiful, energetic city, with lots of bridges, different neighborhoods , 8 City Tower that reaches almost feet in the air - it is a big, bustling city built on a small town frame - designed by Moses Cleaveland, it's town square still forms the center of town, with parks and benches, old churches and fabulous new glass and steel skyscrapers in every d1 recti on.
We will stay at the Sheraton Cleveland City Centre Hotel, just two short blocks from the town square, with incredible shopping and dining at the Galleria and Tower at Erleview, in close proximity to Lake Erie with tons of summer activities, and with more than 25 cultural institutions catering to the Arts.
The Flats, an area with charming bars, restaurants and shops that has been created around the corkscrew bends in the river, will beckon you. In addition, Cleveland has had the honor of being named an All-American City three times 1n the last five years.
We will have a marvelous banquet at the hotel Saturday with more food than you've ever SEEN - and someone from the RTA will speak to us on the history of Cleveland transit!
Of course, most of you have already been sending your tokens to Jim Hemphill for the Auction, so no need to worry about that. Upon receiving your Convention Fees, I'1l forward a reservation card from the hotel and a special airfare folder from Continental Airlines. Send your checks to Joel J, Reznick, P. Box , Chicago, TL - See 'ya there! The Head Frog free download from: Generally very high, and in some case stupendous, the prices nevertheless in a few cases Indicated a few very good bargains.
CO A - the rare Durango Railway 6: IL B - Decatur horsecar, cat. KS 40 A - Atchison vulcanite, cat. KS 85 B - Blue Rapids, the other depotel, with a big hole in it, cat. KS A - Manhattan depotel, a new die variety, cat. Eager Hack of Marion, quite worn, cat. Washburne of Marion, previously unlisted, cat. KS D - but slightly different, cat. MO 70 E - Boonv'ille depotel previously unlisted type, cat. MO 70 F - Boonville depotel previously unlisted rectangular shape, cat.
MO J - Trenton, prevxously unlisted depotel, cat. MO C - West Plains, the gorgeous big aluminum in perfect shape, cat. NE C - Lincoln cell, cat. NY A - Cohoes black vulcanite, the rare one, cat. NY A - Jamestown picturing early streetcar, cat. NY B - the rare brown Kingston vulcanite, cat. Ry, new die variety, cat. PA D - Parkers Landing octagonal brass, cat. TN 1 - Knoxville Traction aluminum showing primitive trolley, cat. IN A - Memphis black vulc , the rare one, cat.
Phillips ferry token, cat. In a beautiful commemorative medal was struck to cotameoiorate the opening of the San Diego Trolley. The medal pictures the trolley and the flags of Mexico and the U. I thought we had a fancy new membership card, but it turns out that this is the America Veterans Association. No relation to us. I wonder how many other AVA' 8 there are out there.
No Sid 47 18 No Bid 48 19 S9 60 He Bid! DO 7,55 Above is the child fare token, a 23ni! I have not seen the adult token yet. Bill Garrison is obtaining a supply of both of the new tokens for our New Issues Service. There Is also a set of six. Smith In the past oui" A. Well they gooofed and the delivery of the books to me will be at least 4 weeks late.
Their west coast rep came by and got the final copy from me and in mid January they sent me a silverprint of the plates which was OK. It is a small order that got overlooked.
I will mail them out as soon as I get them. When the rep came by in Dec. Some of the tokens in the book will be future catalogs and I want to warn the collectors that buy Railroad tokens and passes that certain statements by dealers as to their usages and asking high prices are in error.
In the early s a party who owned a frosty freeze franchise in ca1ixo,Ca showed up at a convention out here with a sack of Ocharany Ca. Lately some dealers have been getting british railway tool checks and trying to pass them off as british railway passes, at high prices.
When I issue the railroad catalog these railway company tool checks will not be listed, also not list the railway company pay checks which are just I. In central and south america the railroads also issued tokens which were workers pay tokens to be cashed at the railroad company stores like our coal mine tokens and these tokens are not rare.
If somebody tries to sell you a railroad item wnich does not clearly state fare or ride and if you want to know send me a SASE envelope with a descritlop of the item and I will let you know If it is a rare or ride or tool check or pay token or what it is.
Also beware of buying Railroad items at swap meets as a lot of fantasy items concerning railroads are being made and sold at swap meets by the thousands. As long as they do not copy genuine tokens and passes without putting the word copy on them it is legal to make fantasy items.
Recently at a Lancaster ,Ca swap meet I spent almost a half an hour at one dealers table looking over about a different items tokens , medal s , cocacol a , and like stuff and in the items he had!
Some people are going to be disappointed in finding they bought junk when they try to sell them. Reznick, Doug Borden P. F o Fy 39 Sd blank bJacfc printing on obverse John Coffee mentioned the token we now list as FL E, on page 88 of the July Fare Box, Robert Doyle reports that this is the latest issue now in use on the bridge there have been many reorders of C, and I'm told that 13 different die varieties exist of it. Tokens are sold in rolls and all the issues are mixed together.
Hence it does not appear that we shall be able to secure a supply of this one for the New Issues Service. We always wondered about Unidentified , and many of us thought the U. How wrong we were! It actually refers to the University of Chicago.
Richard Eckebrecht found a listing in a Chicago business directory from around the turn of the century for John H. Kintz, East 24th, in that city, listed under livery stables.
Richard also sends along a picture from a history of early Chicago showing a scene from the 's of the core campus, with the omnibus sitting there. The inscription for the picture: We've known about the two New Jersey Highways tokens for a few months. Unfortunately the local authority is unable to supply a quantity of NJ E, which differs from C only in that the E h,as the tiny mintmark on it for Osborne Coinage. The C's and E'tf are now all mixed together.
The late Bill Lonney was our contact with the highway authority. We hope that someone in the area can spring a supply of each of these for the New Issues Service. David Feuerman phoned me the day after i had completed the February sup- plement and reported he and his wife purchased a number of NYCTA tokens and had accumulated a supply of the new issue mentioned on page 3 of the January Fare Box, for our New issues Service.
Note Bl differs from BE only in that It lacks the tiny letters sjd on it. On a recent trip to Pennsylvania Bill Garrison visited Johnstown and discovered the listed issues which the N. He wondered why the AA had not been noted by area collectors in 7 years. Paseo del Rio, or River Walk tokens are used for fare on boats that circle the River Walk, which winds for several miles thru the downtown section of San Antonio. The Roger Williams Mint struck the tokens, and a supply of all four has become available for our N.
So now they had enough for us. This was a flea market find. I was quite successful in the recent Tom Wall auction of the Lee Schumacher collection. I'd appreciate anyone who was successful in buying de-potel tokens from this auction to send me rubbings. We may have new varieties to note, or separate listings to publish.
Be sure to measure your token! I 2,0; gridwork add var: Right leg of R in DRI. I wrote Michael Pfefferkorn, a Missouri maven on tokens and enlisted his aid in attempting to attribute this token. Therefore, 1 am re- listing this token under PTUN and perhaps someone will eventually attribute it for us. Robert Williams of Ferndale, MI wrote me to say that the token is not rare. He was told that the token was used in vending machines at the clinic.
We thank him for his input. Unless someone can offer a positive attribution, this token will not be listed as a parking token. All of you know one of our most avid collectors, Larry Kemper. You also are aware that he is a perfectionist in every subject he undertakes.
Larry has been very active in persuing any and all die varieties of parking tokens. He has reproduced the reverses and obverses of tokens using a very unique method he has developed, with such clarity, that they are better than a photograph!
As a result of his technique, we are able to discern differences in the varieties themselves. With this method, Larry has produced some 60 pages listing, with drawings, showing measurements and varietal aspects sub-varieties of parking tokens. This pains-taking detail lists nearly one-half of the tokens noted with vars listed in the catalogue.
He has also utilized a cataloguing system to permit identification of such varieties. It is recognized that there is probably a limited desire for such detailed descriptions, so Larry is currently using a copy machine to duplicate these pages. Even so, the drawings are crystal clear. Those interested in a sample, which I endorse heartily, should send Larry a SASE and he will gladly forward one to you.
The pages are 6X9 with three punched holes. If you do not desire holed pages, please indicate so. The cost of these pages is really small given all the time and labor involved. The cost just covers the material.
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Reverse; Good for Cash or trade for encased coi. Pius postage and insyranca. Bernard Kelley Randolph St. Joseph MO Highest bid: Listed as brown vulcanite, this one looks orange to me. Pius postage and in- surance. No reduction in bid. Bf McDonalds and Sambos wood collections. Smith S Kirk S. Used in city buses in Benton Harbor and St.
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