News Headlines

Nearly time for Yate!Fri, 28 April 2017

Next weekend (Sunday May 7) sees our first Yate show of the year. We missed the January one (too many other commitments) so we are very much looking forward to the fair this time around.

As ever we will be there from the off (9.30am) at the Yate Leisure Centre near Bristol with all of...

Click here to read more!
"Friedberg" is here!Fri, 28 April 2017

The new edition of the essential Gold Coins of the World by Arthur and Ira Friedberg is now available from Token Publishing Ltd.

This renowned catalogue is a must have reference for all gold coin enthusiasts and this , the 9th edition, has been eagerly awaited for some time. With 832...

Click here to read more!
More childhood favouritesTues, 25 April 2017

It’s an ill wind

AT THE celebrated Numismata show in Münich in early March there came a turning point in the world of numismatics when, unbeknownst to many at the fair, 30 German law enforcement officers, including three members of the Munich art and antiques squad, raided the event and...

Click here to read more!
The Red Books are now here!Mon, 24 April 2017

The BRAND NEW 2018 Red Books are now here! the Red Book is like the COIN YEARBOOK but for US coins - so if Americana is your passion order yours today! Now well-established as THE go-to book for US coins the Whitman Red Book is now available for 2018 - yes 2018, for some reason they are a few...

Click here to read more!
The great Apia HurricaneTues, 4 April 2017

Got to stop somewhere

FOLLOWING last month’s new item on George “Johnny” Johnson, DFM, and the on-line petition started by Carol Vorderman and the Sun newspaper to award the Dambuster a knighthood (“News and Views”, March 2017, page 6) our attention was drawn to another medal-related...

Click here to read more!
Coins on trialWed, 29 March 2017

Buyer Beware

THERE is an interesting piece by Glen Stephens in this month’s Philatelic Exporter (I know, stamps, I’m sorry, . . . ) regarding a certain well known on-line auction house and scammers/forgers. We won’t go as far as naming the auction house as presumably Mr Stephens has...

Click here to read more!
Stop ThiefWed, 22 March 2017

Stolen in a burglary in Willand, Devon on Wednesday March15, a group comprising the UN Kosovo medal, Iraq Medal 2003 (with clasp), Afghanistan Service Medal, Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal and the army Long Service and Good Conduct medal. Named to 25063097 Tpr/LCPL Collingwood RAC 2RTR/SCOTS DG....

Click here to read more!

Our Sponsors

Coincraft Lindner MAShops
Celtic Coins Rasmussen Warwich & Warwick Baldwins The Royal Mint

It's 'appening

It's here! The NEW COIN YEARBOOK app for Apple and Android...! Check the app store for details! There's a "basic" version if you're happy just to check the price of a coin in just one condition (but who wants that? Not us serious collectors I'm sure) or a "deluxe" edition for the proper numismatists out there!

Welcome to Token Publishing Ltd - publishers of COIN NEWS, Britain's best selling coin magazine and MEDAL NEWS - the world's only magazine devoted to medals, battles and the history of heroes. We also publish the acclaimed COIN YEARBOOK, MEDAL YEARBOOK and BANKNOTE YEARBOOK - the internationally respected price guides and collectors handbooks used by dealers and collectors alike across the globe.

  • Coins
  • Medals
  • News / Blog

Coin News

Latest Coin News Issue:More childhood favourites Click here to find out more
Issue #463 / May, 2017

In this issue:

  • First strike for IoM coins
    by Michael Alexander
  • England’s gold sovereign
    by Dr Kerry Rodgers
  • The coins of Alexander the Great’s generals—Ptolemy
    by Bryan Short

Medal News

Latest Medal News Issue:The great Apia Hurricane Click here to find out more
Issue #462 / April, 2017

In this issue:

  • Steady the Buffs
    Guarding an early Australian settlement
  • The great Alpha hurricane
    A tale of tragedy and survival
  • Aggie and the Zeppelin
    Gallipoli raider brought down