Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I find the National Tokens souvenir coins at any given location?
You will usually find the National Tokens souvenir coins directly at or near the place of interest. Depending on the location and the country, the coins are sold through automatic coin dispensers, display boxes on the counter or in blister-packs.
Take into account that the National Tokens project is a dynamic entity. While new coins are regularly being added to the collection, other coins may become exhausted as time goes by and thus become sought-after collector's items.
If you require up-to-date information regarding any specific coin, you can contact the local National Tokens distributor in the related country by using the Contact Form, or you can alternatively contact local coin collectors through the Collector's Club.
Is there a map or filing system available to store my National Tokens coins?
Collecting coins is popular, so there are many different ready-to-use filing systems available on the market. You can easily find these in specialised coin collecting stores, both online (such as for example Hartberger) or through your local Golden Pages edition.
The National Tokens coin collection is growing steadily, so we recommend you to store your coins in a loose-sheet system. This will enable you to add extra sheets in accordance with the growth of the collection.
I manage (or work at) a tourist place of interest. Can we have a coin made for our location?
Sure you can. Please contact the local National Tokens partner in your country by using the Contact Form, and we will contact you soon in order to explore the possibilities with regard to your very own souvenir coin.
What is the value of my National Tokens souvenir coin?
The National Tokens souvenir coins are generally sold at the location for € 2,00 per piece, or the approximate countervalue in non-Euro countries. The sales price is higher if the coin is sold in a protective blister-pack or if the coin has any value-added features such as the Swarovski edition coins with crystals.
The collector's value of our coins can however be considerably higher and is subject to the mechanism of supply and demand. Limited edition coins, dated coins and discontinued or exhausted coins become rare and sought-after items by the lapse of time. As with all collectibles, the price of such coins is only limited by what you are actually willing to spend in order to complete your collection.