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Coin News Headlines
- Devon and Exeter Numismatic Society Open DayWed, 19 June 2013
- This Saturday (June 22nd) sees the Devon and Exeter Numismatic Society hold their first new members and valuation day - come along to the St James' Centre, Stadium Way, Exeter between 10am and 4pm to say hello!!
- New record for rupeeThurs, 6 June 2013
- News has reached us that the Baldwin’s sale of The David Fore Collection saw the cover coin, the 1839 Rupee, set a new world record for a silver British Indian coin. This is the first silver British Indian coin to sell for a six figure sum and it made £132,000 against an estimate of £60,000.
- The Nation CelebratesMon, 20 May 2013
- A matter of note
THE recent announcement by the Bank of England (BofE) that Sir Winston Churchill is to appear on a future banknote (probably the £5 in 2015/16, but that may change) has been greeted with the predictable responses from the predictable quarters. There are those who are...
- Tweet Tweet!Wed, 1 May 2013
- We're officially on Twitter - you can follow us on @coinsandmedals
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- Astrology and the ancientsThurs, 18 April 2013
- Happy Birthday to us!
I MAKE no excuses for writing this month’s Editorial as one long “congratulations” to Token Publishing Ltd (and myself if I’m honest), as this month (April 2013—it may be the May issue but we are always a little ahead of ourselves) marks no less than 30 years since...