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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 4 years 3 months ago #85

Nick Videcak wrote: This is a token holder made as requested to hold 10 COA tokens (non-magnetic within the cases). As you can see, I don't have any COA tokens, so I substituted some of my meager collection :P

The token holder can house 10 COA tokens (within cases) as well as 28 regular tokens in my usual token wells.

The Materials are Padauk and Purpleheart. It does not hold closed near as strong as my other token holders (I had worries about where I had to place the magnets and how to deal with the leverage needed to open it, so I used alternative methods) but it still is held closed with magnetism. However it does have a pin to ensure the insert does not slide out while the doors are closed. Just to keep in mind, I do not endorse its ability to take general mishandling such as large falls, throwing, etc. However, with careful handling, it should transport and display your tokens in style.

The COA token cases are a little trickier to remove than the regular tokens, I needed to keep the board as thin as possible to prevent it from getting too thick... But it is still manageable, and they aren't really intended to be removed super frequently.


Dude. That's one sweet piece of craftsmanship. Now all I need is 10 CoA's!!
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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 4 years 3 months ago #86

Nick Videcak wrote: This is a token holder made as requested to hold 10 COA tokens (non-magnetic within the cases). As you can see, I don't have any COA tokens, so I substituted some of my meager collection :P

The token holder can house 10 COA tokens (within cases) as well as 28 regular tokens in my usual token wells.

The Materials are Padauk and Purpleheart. It does not hold closed near as strong as my other token holders (I had worries about where I had to place the magnets and how to deal with the leverage needed to open it, so I used alternative methods) but it still is held closed with magnetism. However it does have a pin to ensure the insert does not slide out while the doors are closed. Just to keep in mind, I do not endorse its ability to take general mishandling such as large falls, throwing, etc. However, with careful handling, it should transport and display your tokens in style.

The COA token cases are a little trickier to remove than the regular tokens, I needed to keep the board as thin as possible to prevent it from getting too thick... But it is still manageable, and they aren't really intended to be removed super frequently.


Dude, you are an Incredible craftsmen
Please visit my fledgling token store.
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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 4 years 3 months ago #87

Nick Videcak wrote: This is a token holder made as requested to hold 10 COA tokens (non-magnetic within the cases). As you can see, I don't have any COA tokens, so I substituted some of my meager collection :P

The token holder can house 10 COA tokens (within cases) as well as 28 regular tokens in my usual token wells.

The Materials are Padauk and Purpleheart. It does not hold closed near as strong as my other token holders (I had worries about where I had to place the magnets and how to deal with the leverage needed to open it, so I used alternative methods) but it still is held closed with magnetism. However it does have a pin to ensure the insert does not slide out while the doors are closed. Just to keep in mind, I do not endorse its ability to take general mishandling such as large falls, throwing, etc. However, with careful handling, it should transport and display your tokens in style.

The COA token cases are a little trickier to remove than the regular tokens, I needed to keep the board as thin as possible to prevent it from getting too thick... But it is still manageable, and they aren't really intended to be removed super frequently.


If I had 10 CoA I would be ordering one. Great work as always.

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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 4 years 3 months ago #88

One could order a tray even if one currently has less than 10 CoAs, just sayin'...
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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 4 years 3 months ago #89

This is really impressive!

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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 4 years 3 months ago #90

Thank you all for the kind words! I am super stoked with how it turned out.

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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 4 years 3 months ago #91

Wow! That is an absolute work of art! I love the exotic wood!

I own a bunch of stuff from Wyrmwood and know how expensive some of that wood is!

My favorite is Bolivian Rosewood. But purpleheart is a close second!

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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 4 years 3 months ago #92

Oh nice!

How about 30 tokens to hold all those other treasure enhancers?!?
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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 4 years 3 months ago #93

I am totally up for making any kind of custom token holders, just let me know what you are interested in a pm and we go from there!

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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 4 years 2 months ago #94

I have been hard at work on some token holders lately and am excited to show the latest.

These are some smaller versions of my clamshells, holding 10 tokens each. They are conveniently sized to fit in ones pocket (large pockets that is...), or the side of a bag, etc. Useful for keeping spells, projectiles, consumables, etc. at the ready in style. The woods are Padauk, Purple Heart, Red Juniper, Chechen and Walnut.





I have created some more medallions. Many more medallions. I have yet to source a new lace for the necklace portion, but I have a lead on some. I have used several exotic woods this time around in addition to the classic walnut, including Padauk, Red Juniper, Wenge, Oak, Zebra Wood, Chechen,



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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 4 years 2 months ago #95

Nick does amazing work!

He made this for me. Stores the CoA’s in their plastic case! and the tray of CoA’s slide out. When the case is closed, a pin locks the tray in place.





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Rockwells Workshop Token Holders 4 years 2 months ago #96

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.

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