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The Spanish ArmadaFri, 27 May 2016

Worthy of note

BANKNOTES have been in the news recently–—on both sides of the Atlantic. Not only have there been some excellent sales with some simply stunning prices paid (a unique Palestinian £100 trial piece hammered at £85,000, a Straits Settlement $1,000 hammered at £70,000 and a St...

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Lost in the postThurs, 5 May 2016

From Lockdales auction:

Lot 789 WW2 Casualty group to 5127225 Pte John Ronald Hayward (Haywood) 1/7th Bn R. Warwickshire Regt. Killed 18/7/1944. Buried Fontenay-Le-Pesnel War Cemetery, Tessel. Lived Bedworth Nr Nuneaton. Lot includes named Casualty medal slip, named box of issue,...

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Women on notes across the borderFri, 29 April 2016

Whilst the choice of Turner on the new Bank of England £20 note inevitably has the critics crying foul about how few women their are on English notes they can have no such argument in Scotland where, for the first time in the Royal Bank of Scotland's history women will make an appearance and will...

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All change for the $20 billFri, 29 April 2016

News from the US - and apparently Andrew Jackson is to be replaced as the face of the $20 by an African American woman - Harriet Tubman the renowned abolitionist who died in 1913. In one fell swoop the traditional "white man" image on US notes is set aside (the $20 is the most popularly used note)...

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New face for the £20Fri, 29 April 2016

The "new face" of the £20 note is to be painter Joseph Mallard William Turner, depicted in front of one of his most famous pieces "The Fighting Temeraire". The note, pictured here, will go into circulation in 2020 and will be the first £20 made from polymer. Needless to say certain quarters have...

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Glorious RewardFri, 29 April 2016

Broadening our horizons

SOMETIMES, as a medal collector, it is easy to forget that military history holds an interest for many outside our relatively narrow hobby. Many of us have, I am sure, been to militaria fairs and so are familiar with the concept that other things “military”...

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Royal gift sells at SpinkWed, 27 April 2016

Investing in the future

WELL, OK, it’s time to bite the bullet and talk about something we rarely cover in COIN NEWS: the dreaded “I” word, Investment. . . . Already I hear dedicated numismatists across the country, indeed the world, tut-tutting and preparing to close their magazine in...

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Latest Coin News Issue:Royal gift sells at Spink Click here to find out more
Issue #436 / May, 2016

In this issue:

  • 200th anniversary of the Royal Mint Museum celebrated
    by John Andrew
  • A very special gift
    by Jeremy Cheek
  • The Minotaur and labyrinth
    by Marvin Tameanko

Medal News

Latest Medal News Issue:Glorious Reward Click here to find out more
Issue #437 / May, 2016

In this issue:

  • “He served with distinguished bravery”
    Francis Kelly of the 27th Foot
  • A duplicate issue
    Two MGSMs to the same man
  • Remembering the Great War
    A visit to All Saints Church, Westbury