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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 3 years 10 months ago #97

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Mongo wrote: A piece of plexiglass holds the CoA’s in place, the tray slides out for easy scanning, and locks in when case is closed.

Got another idea for a custom made unit... gonna see if Nick can make it for me.

The exotic woods he used make it even nicer.


Well you are going to need one to hold platinum nuggets next year so you better get your order in ahead of time.

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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 3 years 10 months ago #98

i have seen these, they are great

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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 2 years 8 months ago #99

After a painfully long hiatus, I have made it back to the shop to finish up a commission which sat unfinished. I am happy to finally present my latest COA token holder made from solid walnut. It holds 5 encased COA tokens up the center of the holder beneath an acrylic sheet and 48 regular tokens in magnetic token wells. It is also equipped with a pin to keep the COA tray from sliding out while the doors are closed.



I am still somewhat out of commission for a bit, I am sourcing some custom inserts for my custom cutter I made a few years ago. It has cut over 1000 token wells and after numerous sharpenings, they are reaching the end of their lifespan. My new job I started a couple years ago doesn't have all the machine tools I had at my disposal before so I need to have new ones made for me (at least until some day when I can justify a surface grinder and milling machine in my garage :P)

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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 2 years 8 months ago #100

Wow! That really does look amazing. Awesome craftsmanship!

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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 2 years 8 months ago #101

Dave wrote: Wow! That really does look amazing. Awesome craftsmanship!


As an owner of a pre RFID model, it is incredibly well done!
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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 2 years 4 months ago #102

Just a friendly heads up, Trent has posted my entire inventory on his website www.trenttokens.com/collections/wooden-token-holders-by-rockwells-workshop and is available through him for purchase. I am still on hiatus for making new and custom items, but there is a good selection available as it is!

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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 2 years 4 months ago #103

I will say I've had oneofthese for several years and have been incredibly happy with it!
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My token shop/trade thread: Wade's Wide World of Wonder 

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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 2 years 4 months ago #104

Love mine. Ordered a few products this go around.

I'd love to see the 40 token holder come back!
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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 2 years 3 months ago #105

Arnold wrote: Love mine. Ordered a few products this go around.

I'd love to see the 40 token holder come back!


I am hoping to make some more holders this winter. My littlest guy is going to be two years old soon. Hopefully a little more free time on my hands. And I'm making new inserts for my cutter myself with less tools than I'd like but it can be done.

I have had a couple of requests already for holders, I'll try and contact the couple who have emailed me, but I'd anyone else has a request or a followup if you have already spoken to me, please email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and I'll start making a list of work to be done.

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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 2 years 3 months ago #106

I'm going to start cutting wood soon, I was curious if there would be any interest in token display boards? Basically a token holder with a kickstand or something like a picture frame has, but to display tokens on a desk or a shelf.

I might make a couple to try out but if anyone had any input it would be great. Does anyone display their tokens at home?

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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 2 years 3 months ago #107

Nick Videcak wrote: I'm going to start cutting wood soon, I was curious if there would be any interest in token display boards? Basically a token holder with a kickstand or something like a picture frame has, but to display tokens on a desk or a shelf.

I might make a couple to try out but if anyone had any input it would be great. Does anyone display their tokens at home?


I feel like the hinges on the holders already feature a nice built-in way to display tokens. You can't open it all the way reliably, but it certainly stands up.
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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 2 years 3 months ago #108

I got one from the recent batch at Trent’s, and am very happy with it. I put a selection of my favorite tokens in it for display when I’m not playing TD or VTD.

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