Friday, September 29, 2017

Comic Books on Colnect!

It has finally happened! A new category of Comics has been launched on Colnect. We are welcoming all comic book collectors and enthusiasts to join us on Colnect :)

Casket Canyon, Jonah Hex, 2011, USA, Colnect catalog


There are thousands of comic book collectors all over the world. They organize numerous comic book conventions and festivals, where they discuss their favorite comics and meet the authors of comics. The largest and best-known convention in the United States is Comic-Con International that held annually in San Digo. Comics are collected for various reasons, including appreciation the genre as an art form, sentimentality, financial profit, and fulfillment of the collection.
We are very happy to introduce the coordinator of the Comics category, Carlo Bassi, [Carlo-Bassi]. Also, we are grateful to [Skyforger] and [hbofill12] for being a moving power the category and making it happen.

Donald Duck n° 3, Donald Duck, 1979, Netherlands, Colnect catalog


Now Colnect catalog and personal collection management tools are available for comic book collectors from around the world. Colnect Comics catalog allows sorting all items by 14 filters: countries, publishers, editions, issuing periodicities, issuing numbers, issue types, genres, writers, cover artists, years, face values, currencies, themes, newly added.

Il teatro della morte, Diabolik, 1966, Italy, Colnect catalog


Colnect has been built by collectors for collectors and any help is much appreciated. Would like to join and contribute to the Comics catalog too? Learn more on the Comics Catalog Contribution Guidelines page. There are many ways you can help us make Colnect catalog better: add new items, add images and information to existing ones, translate catalog to your language, edit the catalog, write wiki articles.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

8,888 Tokens Listed


We are happy to celebrate a new super awesome milestone of 8,888 Tokens on Colnect :)


At first, we want to say thank you to all our contributors for their help and efforts on bettering Colnect. Tokens category would not be so cool and great without the dedicated category coordinator, HernĂ¡n Bofill [hbofill12].

Bondindinho, Transport: Bus, Brazil

Tokens are coin-like objects utilized instead of coins. Tokens either have a value shown or indicated by size, color or shape. Usually, tokens are manufactured of cheap metals: copperpewteraluminumbrass, and tin. Tokens made of bakelitewoodporcelain, and other less strong materials are also known.

Ministry Marine Fleet, Military, USSR


What is the difference between a coin and a token? Coins are issued by the government or local authorities and can be exchanged for goods or other coins. Tokens have a much more limited use. Usually, they are issued by a private company, group, organization or individual.

In times of high inflation, tokens could have taken on a role of a currency. New York City Subway tokens  were circulated in trade and parking meters since they had a set price.

Caesars Palace, Casino Token, USA


Metal token coins are used instead of cash in casino slot machines. The tokens are the same with money at the casino. They commonly are useless outside of the casino.

S.T.I.P.E.L. Token, Telephone, Italy

Colnect has been built by collectors for collectors and any help is much appreciated. Want to start contributing to Colnect? There are many ways you can help us make Colnect catalog better: add new items, add images and information to existing ones, translate catalog to your language, edit the catalog, write wiki articles, and even create a new category.

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