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Features include: numismatic news; a "what's on" section that lets collectors know about fairs, societies, auctions etc.; an "ancients" section; "market scene" - where you can find out what has been happening in the sale rooms; information on tokens; numismatic book reviews; a banknote section and a directory that allows readers to see what lists the main dealers are offering that month - as well as a host of other features of interest to both the serious and not-so-serious collector.
Coin News Headlines
- Woman of NoteSat, 24 September 2016
- Symbolic of something
One of the big stories in the numismatic world at the end of the Summer Silly Season was the decision by an on-line auction house to ban the listing of a coin on its German site because it was deemed “hateful or discriminatory”. The reason? Said coin clearly...
- Two Emperors of BritainThurs, 25 August 2016
- Seek and ye shall find
HERE’S a quick question for you all: why do you collect? Not why do you collect ancients, hammered, milled or whatever, nor why do you collect coins, but why do you collect? My bet is that as well as coins you also probably collect something else too—postcards...
- Coin SurveySat, 30 July 2016
- We have been asked by New View Market Services to help with their survey of the coin hobby - we are happy to do so!
Press and keep a Silver Round Pound
The opportunity to press and keep your own Silver Round Pound during a VIP Tour of the Royal Mint for the winner in a new...
- Roman RevelationTues, 26 July 2016
- Looking on the bright side
SO we voted “out” . . . as we go to press with this issue of COIN NEWS we are experiencing a few of the promised (threatened?) effects of the “leave” vote in the Brexit referendum with the Stock Exchange fluctuating wildly (some companies making a killing,...
- Royal MintThurs, 23 June 2016
- It’s an Experience…
EVERY reader of COIN NEWS will have heard of the Royal Mint, indeed I’m fairly sure you’d be hard pressed to find anyone in the country, collector or not, who hasn’t heard of the august organisation—even if they do get them confused with the Bank of England sometimes...