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One Man's passionTues, 26 August 2014

Bigger than you think

COIN NEWS has just been to the American Numismatic Association’s “World Fair of Money” (ANA) for the second year in succession. The show, in the cavernous Donald E. Stephens convention centre in Rosemont, a suburb of Chicago was, as I mentioned last year, so unlike...

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Gold coins stolenThurs, 21 August 2014

Bucks Coins of Dereham in Norfolk has had seven rare gold coins stolen from his premises by a man described as tall, well built, with short bleached blond hair and an Eastern European accent, possibly Polish. The coins stolen were:
Henry VIII Sov [1544-7] mm. S Southwark Mint
Henry VIII...

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We are a winner!Thurs, 14 August 2014

IT was doughnuts all round for the Token team when news reached us that COIN NEWS and its writers had picked up no less than three prestigious awards at the recent Numismatic Literary Guild ceremony in Chicago—including the coveted Best Issue for an international magazine which was awarded for our...

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The power and the gloryWed, 30 July 2014

Golden Summer’s Day

ON June 17 MEDAL NEWS was privileged enough to be invited along to what must go down as one of the most impressive medal exhibitions/displays of modern times. Now, of course, any large display of medals is impressive to a collector: we love looking at collections,...

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Stop Thief...Tues, 29 July 2014

Between Monday 7th July 2014 and Wednesday 9th July 2014, an unknown offender has stolen items of military memorabilia which belong  to the widow of Air Vice Marshall PEIRSE RAF.  The items stolen include flying log books dating back to about 1947 until about 1985, an Air Vice Marshall...

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Rule BritanniaMon, 28 July 2014

A silver (or gold) lining

THE Royal Mint has recently unveiled a rather classy new look for their gold and silver “Britannia” issues this year with a standing, almost wistful looking figure on the reverse—a far cry from the recent warrior queen bestride a chariot or the windswept...

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New Medal Record!Thurs, 3 July 2014

The only Victoria Cross awarded for the Tibet Campaign has sold for a record £408,000 (including 20% premium) at Morton & Eden in London. It will shortly go on display at the Ashcroft Trust Gallery at the Imperial War Museum.
The VC was awarded to Lieutenant (later Colonel) John...

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Latest Coin News Issue:One Man's passion Click here to find out more
Issue #392 / September, 2014

In this issue:

  • The oldest profession
    Coins used in the pursuit of pleasure
  • Coins & notes of World War I
    Currencies at the outbreak of hostilities in 1914
  • Overdated, over-rated, over here
    The numismatic relationship between the “Motherland” and Down Under

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Latest Medal News Issue:The power and the glory Click here to find out more
Issue #390 / August, 2014

In this issue:

  • The power and the glory
    Peninsular medals at Apsley House
  • D-Day 70
    At the commemorations in Normandy
  • Neither the influence . . .
    Wellington and the MGS debate