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Coin News: Britannia Rules

Latest Coin News Issue:
Britannia Rules
Issue #473 / October, 2017

In this issue:

  • Complete Roman hoard under the hammer
    by John Andrew
  • A bridge too far—the fake “bridges” £1
    by John Grantham
  • From copper to bronze in 1860—Part II
    by Stephen Skellern
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Coin News Headlines

P day is upon usMon, 16 October 2017
That's it folks - you can't officially spend your old round pounds anymore - but don't despair - lots of charities and some shops are still taken them, the real issue comes when the bank stops allowing you to pay them in to your account. We don't know when that day will be but if anyone has trouble...
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2018 YEARBOOKS - available now!Thurs, 28 September 2017
The brand new 2018 Coin and Medal Yearbooks are now available priced exactly the same as last year (and the year before that, and the year before that AND the year before that - inflation? Pah!) They are available from our on-line shop, order yours today!
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Britannia RulesMon, 25 September 2017
Worth noting

THE big news in the past few weeks has, of course, been the launch of the new polymer £10 featuring writer Jane Austen (who was “waiting quietly in the wings” for her note debut, regardless of the feminist lobby who are STILL claiming credit for her appearance). The reason...
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Challenging timesTues, 29 August 2017
Cashing in

THERE have been some very interesting stories in the press and on-line recently about the rise of electronic payments and the apparent demise of cash. It seems that in the western world at least the trend towards cashless payments shows no sign of abating and whether people...
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Literary LegendTues, 25 July 2017
A new chapter

AS we went to press last month a news release came in regarding the equity investment in Sovereign Rarities Ltd by none other than that most prestigious of numismatic institutions—The Royal Mint (COIN NEWS July, page 16). We managed to change a few things around and led...
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