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February 2009's News

Who do you think you are...?

Come and find out on Friday, Saturday and Sunday February 27-March 1 at Olympia. This huge family history show has proved immensely popular in the past two years and this time around we're hoping it will be even better! MEDAL NEWS will be in attendance (stand 1003) and we look forward to welcoming… Read more or leave comments Posted on Tues, 24 February 2009 by Phil Mussell
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Meet the Author

Why not come along to the Britannia Show at the Victory Services Club on Sunday March 29th and meet some of the men behind Token Publishing's best selling books - we've got Jeff Elson, author of the popular "Staffordshire Regiment" books. David Biggins, author of "The Battle of Elandslaagte,… Read more or leave comments Posted on Wed, 18 February 2009 by Phil Mussell
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Britannia update

So far we've had a number of dealers promising their support for the MEDAL NEWS Britannia show on March 29 - as well as promises from dozens of readers that they'll come! Those dealers who have already confirmed they can attend include Andrew Bostock Phil Burman John Cannon Cheslea Military… Read more or leave comments Posted on Fri, 6 February 2009 by Phil Mussell
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VC Guns on the move

Two iconic examples of Britain?s rich military heritage, the historic artillery pieces that have provided the metal for over 800 Victoria Crosses since 1914, are on the move. The VC Guns, two 2.5 ton bronze Chinese-built cannons dating from the mid-19th Century, are set to be moved as part of a… Read more or leave comments Posted on Fri, 6 February 2009 by Phil Mussell
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London Coin Fair February 14

Yes I know, I know it can't possibly be time for the London Coin Fair again - but it very nearly is! Next Saturday (yes Valentine's day) sees the first LCF of the year, once again being held at the Holiday Inn, Bloomsbury. This now well-established venue has easily taken over from the Cumberland… Read more or leave comments Posted on Thurs, 5 February 2009 by Phil Mussell
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